Whatever your position, you will enjoy the opportunities of a Wairarapa lifestyle, along with a friendly and supportive workplace. Listed below are just a few of the things that we do:
Working at the Wairarapa DHB you will become part of a passionate and committed team of health workers providing a modern and innovative approach to healthcare, with the bonus of a healthy balanced lifestyle and opportunities for professional development.
The Wairarapa reqion offers a fantastic lifestyle for all. With quality schools, strong community spirit, great beaches, world class vineyards, mountain ranges and a new hospital that opened its doors in 2005 to provide the community with a high standard of health care. This is a place that you can call home.
Wairarapa DHB actively supports education and professional development. Colleagues in the neighbouring DHBs in Hutt Valley, Wellington and Palmerston North provide tertiary and visiting health services, and are actively supportive during referral or transfer of patients. There are opportunities for joint clinical involvement in audit, clinics and teaching. Likewise health support roles are encouraged to look beyond regional boundaries, to work with and learn from the experiences of others.
Wairarapa DHB is protecting and promoting the health of our staff and community by being smokefree and adhering to the Smokefree Environments Act 1991.
All DHB staff are offered an on-site annual influenza vaccination at no cost to themselves, recognising the importance of protecting not only staff from illness, but also the vulnerable people with whom we interact, like our families, our patients and clients.
Wairarapa DHB employees have automatic entitlement to membership to Accuro Health Insurance who is the preferred supplier of health and well-being insurance products. The cost of membership to a new employee is (information to be updated early 2019).
The Employee Assistance Programme (EAP) is part of the DHB's Health, Safety and Wellness strategy. The EAP helps our employees to deal with personal and work issues. The DHB is offering this because it appreciates the contribution we all make and realises that on occasion people can benefit from professional guidance.
The Wairarapa DHB has an active social club and the committee aims to provide a range of activities throughout the year. This is a fantastic way to meet others that work across many services within the hospital, lots of great events, discounted tickets, raffles, and more.