Job Application

Registered Nurse/Core Clinician (Full-Time), Mental Health (SPOA, CAMHS), Te Whatu Ora


Permanent and Part-time opportunities available in Mauri Oho (Child and Adolescent mental health services, Single Point of Entry)


We are currently seeking highly motivated and experienced clinicians (Occupational Therapist’s, Registered Nurse’s, Psychologist or Social Worker’s) to join Mauri Oho, our Single Point of Access team in Child and Adolescent Mental Health services. This includes both Acute and non-acute response pathways.

You will be required to work alongside the Clinical and Cultural teams to provide clinical service delivery to our most vulnerable and at-risk children and youth. This will include triage, assessments, care coordination and care planning in a variety of settings including hospital, schools, homes and GP clinics. You will be working closely with the respective community services and agencies including schools and non- government community organisations to best serve our rangatahi and whanau


If this is the role for you, please apply!


Nāu te rourou, nāku te rourou, ka ora ai te iwi

With your input and mine, wellness will thrive



  • NZ Registered Mental Health Clinician (Occupational Therapist, Registered Nurse, Psychologist or Social Worker)
  • Current Annual Practicing Certificate
  • Minimum of 2 years practice in speciality MH&A however relevant experience would be considered
  • Full, clean NZ driver’s licence
  • In-depth understanding & demonstration of the Treaty of Waitangi principles
  • Ability to operate as a DAO or interest in undertaking DAO training 
  • Ability to work with our diverse community including Maori, Pacific, Middle Eastern, African, Asian communities



  • Postgraduate qualification or working towards one


For more information, please contact Amon Iva in the Recruitment Centre on (09) 276 0044 ext. 53461 or apply online -


Applications close: Until positions filled

Job number: CMH20227548


Our highest priority is the safety and welfare of our patients and our people.  We have strict Health & Safety measures to keep our people safe. All new employees are required to be fully vaccinated against COVID-19.
At Counties Manukau Health people and their lives matter to us. We are a values based and inclusive organisation that is committed to delivering the best health outcomes for our community. To help us achieve this we need a workforce that reflects the population we serve. We strongly encourage applications from all backgrounds who share our values and have a passion to work in our community and would greatly value seeing applicants from our Maaori and Pacific communities. We are also committed to our Disability Strategy, which focuses on people with disabilities; they are our patients, whaanau, community and our staff - all carefully considered in our action plan. Together we will improve the accessibility needs for everyone who has a disability. Our values are Valuing Everyone- Whakawhanaungatanga , Kind –Manaakitanga, Together –Kotahitanga, Excellent- Rangatiratanga. If these are your values too, then join us today.