Primary Mental Health Well-being Practitioner 

Permanent up to 1.0 FTE or Part time

You will be a qualified health professional i.e. Registered Nurse, Social Worker or an Occupational Therapist with a current New Zealand practicing certificate.
The ideal candidate would be experienced, working in primary care, general practice and/ or community settings with mental  health experience.   

You will:
-Undertake brief interventions in general practice settings;
-Work across the lifespan;
-Work within and a be a resource person to the general practice team;
-Have strong cultural awareness to support our diverse community.

To apply, Please submit your completed personal applicant disclosure form, CV and cover letter to: 

Applications close 12 noon on 21 October 2019 

Applicant Personal Disclosure Form 2017
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Wellbeing Practitioner – Clinican  Job Description (PMHI)
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There are currently opportunities available in Marlborough for permanent and/or locum GPs as well as a primary care based Nurse Practitioner. This includes the potential of buying into a practice.

Come and work in a place where everyday is brilliant and the lifestyle amazing.

Be part of a network of health professionals who are well supported by their peers as well as having many opportunities for on-going professional development. Within easy travelling to NZ’s capital city Wellington as well as Nelson and Christchurch Marlborough is well positioned geographically to enable you to engage in professional activities outside of the province.

Marlborough boasts some of the best sunshine hours in New Zealand and the most amazing lifestyle that encompasses fishing, water sports, walking tracks and mountaineering for the more adventurous. We are also home to one of the best wine districts in the world. Check out some of the highlights at

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A great place to raise a family.

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If you are thinking of moving to NZ from overseas, please check the Medical Council of New Zealand’s website for more information on this process

We would love to see you in Marlborough.