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Simply click on one of the below health career categories to start finding out more about planning and forwarding your exciting new career in the Health Industry. Find out the career prospects, earning potential and how to start training or secure your health career.
KIA ORA TATOU and welcome to the Maori Health Careers Website“WhyOra?” This website aims to showcase the wide variety of career pathways that exist in the health sector for Maori. The website encourages you to consider a career in health and ultimately enter this exciting sector. All Maori health professionals are urgently needed. If you have a passion for helping people, this could be the career for you.
Registered Nurse – Acute Mental Health ABC (Circulating)
Vacancy No: TAR02678 Taranaki Base Hospital, New Plymouth 2 x 0.7FTE Available (56 hours per fortnight) Rostered Rotating betweenApply For This Job
Registered Nurse – (Endoscopy Unit)
Vacancy No: TAR03488 0.8 FTE Permanent Endoscopy Unit Applications are invited from Registered Nurses who have an interest inApply For This Job
When I arrived in Dunedin for First Year Health Science in 2015, I was pretty intimidated. But the encouragement and support was coherent between WhyOra at high school and the Maori Health Workforce Development Unit (MHWDU) at Otago University. I was supplied with extra tutorials and connections, which helped me make it through to a Bachelor of Medicine and Surgery (MBChB). I am extremely grateful and appreciative of the opportunities that I have been given by WhyOra and the MHWDU over the past couple of years. I would definitely recommend the WhyOra programme to any Maori high school student, as it helps you to grasp what you enjoy and find out what you don’t, also the continued support is invaluable. Bre-Anna Langton
I was a part of the WhyOra programme for about three years at high school and was told about the dental therapy cadetship through the programme,”. The cadetship is such a great opportunity and I have already gained many new skills and learnt a lot about different roles in the health sector Whina Waiariki
I’m doing a Bachelor of Science. I want to end up working in health, but I’m still figuring that out. It’s been a good opportunity to work with the Health Protection Unit.”Natasha Stanton has spent her summer break on a WhyOra Internship with the Health Protection Unit Natasha Stanton
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Being focused on developing Maori health careers, especially within the younger population, Whyora has a database of enthusiastic, experienced and qualified health processionals for your organisation to tap in to. Advertise your available position and peruse through the range of resumes available now. Below are the range of packages we are offering