- Multiple Auckland locations - north, east, west, central and south
- Full time & part time flexibility
- Make a real contribution beating COVID-19!
Tēnā koutou katoa - we’re readying ourselves for one of the most important vaccinations progammes in Aotearoa’s history: the rollout of the Covid-19 vaccine. And right now, we need your help. Vaccination sites are being set up across Tāmaki Makaurau (Auckland) region, so it’s vital we have the people we need in place - quickly - to effectively help protect our region against Covid-19. It’s a real chance to be part of a significant step in our nation’s health history...while being of genuine service to friends and whānau across the Auckland region.
Are you ready to stand up and help?
It will come as no surprise that authorised and provisional vaccinators, and those wanting to add to their skills and become one, will form one of the most critical components of the COVID vaccination sites teams. So it’s vital those with the expertise and availability join us in the fight to protect Auckland against Covid-19.
If you are an authorised or provisional vaccinator or know someone who is - then please dive straight in and apply below! There will be vaccination sites across Tāmaki Makaurau, and we’re offering full, part time and, potentially, casual roles. So whatever your location or situation, we’re confident we can match you with an opportunity to help protect your community. We also have other position for non vaccinators and these opportunities are accessible from our landing page https://careers.adhb.govt.nz/Vaccination Site Opportunities
We are also particularly keen to build our vaccinator workforce and so if you are a health professional interested in becoming an authorised vaccinator, then your first step is please express your interest at Vaccinator Pathway Registration and we will come back to you with information on the training pathway and provide additional support from our training Kaitiaki, if you need it . We provide support with organising clinical assessment, CPR and Covid-19 module as part of the orientation.
Generally though, Health Professionals will need a current APC to undertake the Provisional Vaccinator Foundation Course (PVFC) which is 4-6 hours online. We organise clinical assessment, Covid-19 module and CPR training as part of your orientation. There are other details you need to know so if you are keen please do fill out the Vaccinator Pathway Registration form – it’s very quick and easy!
So, if you are keen to help, please apply urgently as we are reviewing applications as they come in order to step up this critical vaccination programme.
Apply now at www.careers.adhb.govt.nz quoting job title and reference number AUC11074.
Please attach the following documents to your application:
- Vaccinator Authorisation Certificate (ARPHS), and/or Provisional Vaccinator Certificate (IMAC)
- Latest CV detailing your skillset related to vaccination
- Annual Practicing Certificate (if this needs updating then we can help with this)
- CPR Certificate but training will also be available as part of onsite orientation
- Any evidence of experience with Cold Chain (even a comment in your cover letter or email)
If you have any queries about this opportunity or accessibility or technical issues with the online process, please contact Khaled Youssef, Recruitment Consultant at firstname.lastname@example.org or phone 09638-0326 to discuss how we can best support your application.
If however your query is to do with becoming a Vaccinator, then please use the Vaccinator Pathway Registration Vaccinator Pathway Registration and we’ll be back to you with information and support.
As a key frontline healthcare worker fighting COVID-19, you will be offered the vaccine once you have commenced employment in this role to ensure that you and your whānau are protected from the virus.
We encourage applications from a wide range of candidates with broad cultural backgrounds and languages so we can deliver outstanding front line care for our diverse communities.