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Are you a registered nurse and experienced dermoscopist looking for a new challenge?
Become part of an exciting, innovative and growing team, focusing on early detection and removal of Melanoma and Skin cancers.
We are looking for another superstar to join our clinic. This is an exciting opportunity to become part of our dedicated and passionate team in a permanent, part time and flexible position.
NZ Skin Health in Howick is a well established, reputable clinic with a close knit team but we are growing fast. We do full skin checks to monitor moles and detect skin cancers. Our specialists/doctors remove the skin cancers so you see the full circle of care. We are eventually looking to expand to new locations.
We do workplace skin checks throughout the year which is a nice change of scenery and you get to meet some awesome people.
This is a great opportunity to join a supportive team of 2 dermoscopists, 2 specialists and 2 GP’s. Our ideal candidate would be a registered nurse with experience in dermoscopy/skin cancer. This role offers a variety of responsibilities and involves skin screening, some theatre work (not essential) and minor post operative care.
Our patients are at the centre of our care so strong customer service skills and the ability to build a quick rapport is important.
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