Current Vacancies

About HBH Group

HBH Group is a non-profit, faith-based organisation that’s committed to enabling fuller lives for seniors.
Through our three pillars of homes, care, and community, we support older people to age well and live fully.

Our vision

To ensure older people have the care and support they require to enjoy lives, regardless of their circumstances.

Our mission 

Guided by purpose, not profit, we aim to create opportunities for all older people to age well and live fully, through homes, care and community. 

Our motivation

We are motivated by the compassion, love and justice demonstrated in the life of Jesus Christ.

Our values

  • Aroha (Compassion): We put caring for people first
  • Whakaute (Respect): We treat others as we would like to be treated

  • Tū rangatira (Dignity): We recognise that every person is an individual, precious and of value

  • Kaitiakitanga (Stewardship): We manage resources to ensure service continuity and innovation

  • Hiranga (Excellence): We deliver care to the best possible standard

  • Ngākau pono (Integrity): We do what we say we will

Current vacancies

We have no vacancies currently.

Current vacancies

Registered Nurse – full time position
Reference: April 23RN
HBH Group, Howick, Auckland

HBH Group is looking to employ additional full-time nurses to join our fantastic clinical support team. We provide outstanding quality of service in our modern aged care hospital and rest homes. From time to time, you will have the opportunity to assist at our other facilities to gain group wide experience.

Our modern and compassionate leadership team support and care for our employees just as much as they do for our wonderful residents. We’re not too big, nor are we small. With over 130 residents and 300 staff in the group, you will get to know our residents well. If you prefer working in a family centric culture, we’re waiting to hear from you!

Key tasks

  • Providing direct nursing assistance for aged care residents
  • Complying with Ministry of Health and HBH quality and compliance requirements
  • Completing and advising on care plans and InterRAI assessments (InterRAI training is provided)
  • Attending and contributing to team meetings and suggestions for improvements
  • Completing training and professional development plans
  • Completing resident care summaries and handover sheets to ensure accurate and continuous care
  • Family and resident liaison
  • Delivering high quality service aligned to HBH policies wellbeing and Eden principles
  • Accurate medication administration and recording
  • Referring equipment maintenance needs; In person nursing assistance reflecting our continuous improvement initiatives.

RN qualifications: to meet the NZ Nursing Council requirements for a Registered Nurse.

Employment is full time for a minimum 40 hours p/week at our Howick and possibly other HBH Group sites in Howick and Mt Roskill. Shifts span 24-hour service in three 8-hour patterns – morning, afternoon and over-night shifts. We offer experienced Team Leaders and Clinical Managers to support you, your work, training and professional development.

We work with key values of respect, trust and integrity when delivering care to the elderly and working as a collaborative team. Our team demonstrate a welcoming calm style, great family type culture and they are genuinely interested to assist and empower residents and their loved ones.

RN remuneration: from $36-43 per hour plus allowances.

Our package includes long service leave, complimentary morning and afternoon tea, discounted meals, modern uniforms, 24-hour security and of course the chance to serve our residents.

We will consider visa assistance if required. HBH Group (Howick Baptist Healthcare) has received Accredited Employer Accreditation with Immigration New Zealand.

Please apply with a copy of your CV and a short introduction letter setting out why you enjoy aged care nursing. Applications should state the position you are applying for and be emailed to Jasper Young, Group Manager Clinical Services

Applications close 28 April 2023

In every little way, we care.

To the team of nurses, caregivers and staff,

The family of Jack would like to offer you all their sincere thanks for the care you have shown Dad over the past 3½ years. Words can not express the gratitude we feel towards your wonderful nurses, caregivers and kitchen staff involved in his care. During Dad’s stay there was nothing but kindness, patience and respect shown towards him.

Thank you from the bottom of our hearts.