Career Opportunities


“Nurses are so important in the provision of quality healthcare and the significant contribution they make to improve the health and wellbeing of our community. Nurses are at the front line, providing 24-hour care and their commitment and expertise is vital to ensuring safe and compassionate care.

Nursing forms the largest segment of the health care workforce and a career in nursing can be very diverse. We’re delighted that Te Whatu Ora Southern has the second highest number of Nurse Practitioners in the country working across our Southern health system in hospitals, the community and primary care setting.”  Chief Nursing and Midwifery Officer, Jane Wilson

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Registered Nurse - Continence Dunedin, Otago 18-Nov-2022
Registered Nurse or Clinical Physiologist - Renal Dialysis Unit/Nephrology Dunedin, Otago 05-Dec-2022
Nurse Educator - Intensive Care Unit Dunedin, Otago 23-Nov-2022
Registered Nurse - Critical Care Dunedin, Otago 06-Dec-2022
Enrolled Nurse - Urology Dunedin, Otago 28-Nov-2022
Clinical Coordinator - Care Coordination Centre Dunedin, Otago 06-Dec-2022
Registered Nurse - Ward 7B/7C Cardiology & Renal Dunedin, Otago 24-Nov-2022
Enrolled Nurse - Children's Ward Dunedin, Otago 28-Nov-2022
Registered Nurse - Post Anaesthetic Care Unit (PACU) Dunedin, Otago 22-Nov-2022
Registered Nurses - Surgical Wards Dunedin, Otago 11-Nov-2022
District Nurse - Oncology Dunedin, Otago 26-Nov-2022
Registered Nurse - Emergency Department Dunedin, Otago 17-Nov-2022
Registered Nurse - Post Operative Anesthetic Care Dunedin, Otago 26-Nov-2022
Registered Nurse - Perioperative Dunedin, Otago 23-Nov-2022