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Hospice Marlborough is deeply committed to its mission of enhancing palliative care services within our community.

Here, every role is viewed as essential to the organisation’s future success, ensuring each individual feels valued and appreciated. Hospice Marlborough not only offers recognition and support to its team members but also provides the opportunity to align one’s skills and experiences with a profound passion for giving back to the community.

Whether it is by through paid employment or via our volunteer programme, by joining our compassionate and driven team, individuals have the chance to not only make a meaningful difference in the lives of others, but to also find personal fulfilment in their work.

Latest Vacancies

We’re always interested in hearing from people who would like to work with us. Please have a look at the vacancies listed below or check out our Facebook page.

If you don’t see a role that aligns with your relevant skills or experience among our current listings, please reach out to us. We welcome expressions of interest and invite you to contact us by emailing hospice.marlborough@mht.org.nz

We are recruiting a medical officer at an exciting time for Hospice Marlborough as we realise our new model of community care. This role provides an opportunity to learn about specialist palliative care, to mentor colleagues in the community as well as to contribute to the ever-evolving palliative needs of the Marlborough community.

Click here to review the Job Description.

For a confidential discussion about the position, or to submit your application please contact Helen Reriti, Clinical Services Manager, helen.reriti@mht.org.nz or phone (03) 578-9492 

We have an exciting opportunity for a Nurse Practitioner from any specialty, interested in palliative care to join the team at Hospice Marlborough.  This position is a permanent role, FTE negotiable for any Nurse Practitioner from other specialties who are interested in branching out to palliative care.

As a Nurse Practitioner you will be a valued member of our interdisciplinary team (IDT) contributing to providing specialist palliative care services. This role involves assessment and management of patients with palliative care needs including the prescription of medications. You will interact with a wide range of health professionals, and using your advanced interpersonal skills will build relationships, assisting your work as part of an IDT.

Click here to review the Job Description.

For a confidential discussion about the position, or to submit your application please contact Helen Reriti, Clinical Services Manager, helen.reriti@mht.org.nz or phone (03) 578-9492 

We have an opportunity for a great allrounder to join the team at Hospice Marlborough.  Initially 4 hours per week, there may be opportunity for more hours as need arises.

Primarily an autonomous role, this position is responsible for processing, checking for damage, and cleaning all returned equipment from use in the community, whilst following infection control and health and safety guidelines.

In addition, other tasks may be requested and approved by either the relevant Lead or the Chief Executive, which may include other support functions as part of our succession planning, including but not limited to annual and sick leave cover. In-house mentoring for new skills will be provided where necessary. Should the postholder demonstrate compatibility and the appropriate work ethic, there may be opportunity for progression into higher level roles.

Click here to review the Job Description.

For a confidential discussion about the position, or to submit your application please contact Carole Crawford, Chief Executive, chief.executive@mht.org.nz or phone (03) 578-9492 

Hospice Marlborough is committed to its obligations under Te Tiriti o Waitangi as the founding document of Aotearoa, New Zealand. All employees are required to give effect to the principles of Te Tiriti o Waitangi – Tino Rangatiratanga, Equity, Active Protection, Options and Partnership, in their work. Hospice Marlborough is an inclusive employer and welcomes applications from Māori, Pacific and people with a diverse range of backgrounds and cultures.

Latest Vacancies

We’re always interested in hearing from people who would like to work with us. Please have a look at the vacancies listed below or check out our Facebook page.

If you don’t see a role that aligns with your relevant skills or experience among our current listings, please reach out to us. We welcome expressions of interest and invite you to contact us by emailing hospice.marlborough@mht.org.nz

We are recruiting a medical officer at an exciting time for Hospice Marlborough as we realise our new model of community care. This role provides an opportunity to learn about specialist palliative care, to mentor colleagues in the community as well as to contribute to the ever-evolving palliative needs of the Marlborough community.

Click here to view the Job Description

For a confidential discussion about the position, or to submit your application please contact Helen Reriti, Clinical Services Manager, helen.reriti@mht.org.nz or phone (03) 578-9492 

We have an exciting opportunity for a Nurse Practitioner from any specialty, interested in palliative care to join the team at Hospice Marlborough.  This position is a permanent role, FTE negotiable for any Nurse Practitioner from other specialties who are interested in branching out to palliative care.

As a Nurse Practitioner you will be a valued member of our interdisciplinary team (IDT) contributing to providing specialist palliative care services. This role involves assessment and management of patients with palliative care needs including the prescription of medications. You will interact with a wide range of health professionals, and using your advanced interpersonal skills will build relationships, assisting your work as part of an IDT.

Click here to view the Job Description.

For a confidential discussion about the position, or to submit your application please contact Helen Reriti, Clinical Services Manager, helen.reriti@mht.org.nz or phone (03) 578-9492 

We have an opportunity for a great allrounder to join the team at Hospice Marlborough.  Initially 4 hours per week, there may be opportunity for more hours as need arises.

Primarily an autonomous role, this position is responsible for processing, checking for damage, and cleaning all returned equipment from use in the community, whilst following infection control and health and safety guidelines.

In addition, other tasks may be requested and approved by either the relevant Lead or the Chief Executive, which may include other support functions as part of our succession planning, including but not limited to annual and sick leave cover. In-house mentoring for new skills will be provided where necessary. Should the postholder demonstrate compatibility and the appropriate work ethic, there may be opportunity for progression into higher level roles.

Click here to review the Job Description.

For a confidential discussion about the position, or to submit your application please contact Carole Crawford, Chief Executive, chief.executive@mht.org.nz or phone (03) 578-9492 

Hospice Marlborough is committed to its obligations under Te Tiriti o Waitangi as the founding document of Aotearoa, New Zealand. All employees are required to give effect to the principles of Te Tiriti o Waitangi – Tino Rangatiratanga, Equity, Active Protection, Options and Partnership, in their work. Hospice Marlborough is an inclusive employer and welcomes applications from Māori, Pacific and people with a diverse range of backgrounds and cultures.

Our Volunteer Programme

At Hospice Marlborough, we believe in the power of compassion and human connection, and we value our incredible team of volunteers who make a meaningful impact and a genuine difference in the lives of patients, families, and our dedicated Hospice Marlborough team.

Hospice Marlborough is a community of diverse individuals brought together by a shared commitment to making a positive impact. As a volunteer, you’ll build connections and relationships that extend far beyond your time with us, creating a network of like-minded individuals who understand the true value of giving back.

Find out more

Our Volunteer Programme

At Hospice Marlborough, we believe in the power of compassion and human connection, and we value our incredible team of volunteers who make a meaningful impact and a genuine difference in the lives of patients, families, and our dedicated Hospice Marlborough team.

Hospice Marlborough is a community of diverse individuals brought together by a shared commitment to making a positive impact. As a volunteer, you’ll build connections and relationships that extend far beyond your time with us, creating a network of like-minded individuals who understand the true value of giving back.

Find out more

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