He aha te mea nui o tea o?

He tangata, he tangata, he tangata.

What is the most important thing in the world?

It is people, it is people, it is people.

Committed to providing quality healthcare to our community, it is Phoenix’s people, our kaimahi who are our greatest resource. In almost every culture, the Phoenix is associated with positive attributes such as strength, determination, passion, resilience, and compassion. And that’s exactly what we look for in our people.

We value and embrace diversity, and encourage new ways of thinking, creativity and collaboration.

Our people live by our purpose of improving lives together, te whakapai i te ora tahi.

Join us



We are always looking for great people to join the Phoenix whanau.

We offer a range of career opportunities, on the job training, flexible work conditions and the opportunity to grow your career.

To make a real difference in people’s lives, check out our listing of current roles below.

Click here for our general job application form

Current Roles

About the Role | Mō tēnei tūranga mahi

The Practice Manager at Phoenix Health Hub will ensure seamless operational management and enhance service delivery across the GP and Health Hub Services. By providing effective leadership, guidance, and mentorship, the Practice Manager will cultivate a collaborative and efficient administration team.

This role will focus on optimising workflow, fostering positive stakeholder relationships, and implementing strategic initiatives to continuously improve patient care and service outcomes. Key objectives include upholding high standards of compliance, promoting a healthy and safe working environment, and driving operational performance to support the sustainability and growth of the Phoenix Health Hub.

This person will be responsible for the leadership, operational efficiency, and enhancement of service delivery of the Phoenix health Hub. Providing leadership to the administration team and aligning with our clinical service to ensure optimised patient care, delivery and outcomes.

Please find the full position description below:

Practice Manager - Position Description

About the Role | Mō tēnei tūranga mahi

We are seeking an enthusiastic, committed, and forward-thinking General Practitioner to join our team with a negotiable Full-Time Equivalent (FTE) of up to 0.6 (or 12 sessions a fortnight). This position also provides an excellent opportunity for someone with a keen interest in men’s health.

You’ll be working alongside a diverse and highly-skilled clinical team of GPs, Nurse Practitioners, Registered Nurses, and Ear Hygienists and will be well supported by our Practice Manager and administration team. We pride ourselves on providing a supportive work environment for our staff and work closely together to deliver the highest quality of care for our patients.

Phoenix Health Hub offers a vibrant and supportive environment where you can make a real difference in the community. We are looking for someone who is ready to start soon to ensure seamless care continuity for our patients.

Key Responsibilities | Ngā Haepapa Matua

  • Provide comprehensive primary medical care to patients of all ages, including diagnosis, treatment, preventive care, patient education, and acute care
  • Collaborate with a multidisciplinary team to deliver holistic care
  • Stay updated with the latest medical research and advancements to ensure evidence-based practice
  • Adhere to ethical guidelines and relevant healthcare laws and regulations while maintaining patient confidentiality
  • Be an excellent communicator with patients, colleagues, and stakeholders

Why Join Us? | He Aha Te Take e Hono Mai Ai Koe?

  • Join a supportive environment that values collaboration and mutual support from fellow health professionals
  • Employment type and sessions are negotiable and well-remunerated
  • Opportunities for professional growth and development of special interests in a dynamic healthcare setting
  • Make a tangible difference in the lives of patients and their families
  • Our practice embraces technology and uses modern practice management software
  • Free onsite parking and purpose built modern and well-equipped facilities
  • Extended range of services onsite including occupational health and ear hygiene

Key Requirements | Ngā Tohu Matua

  • Current registration with the Medical Council of New Zealand
  • Eligibility to work in New Zealand
  • Interest or experience in men’s health
  • Excellent communication and interpersonal skills
  • Commitment to providing patient-centric care
  • Ability to work effectively in a team

Our Team | Ko wai mātou

Our dedicated team of medical professionals is committed to delivering high-quality care, advice, and support. We take a patient-centric approach, ensuring that you and your whānau receive the best care tailored to your health needs. Phoenix Health Hub offers general practice services, occupational health services, and an ear clinic on site. To learn more about our services, visit: Phoenix Healthcare

For a confidential chat or to view the position description, please email: [email protected]

Apply today to join Phoenix Healthcare and make a meaningful impact in our community.

Your key role | Tō tūranga matua

Phoenix Healthcare is on the lookout for full time Registered Nurse who embodies confidence, is passionate and has sound knowledge and understanding of diverse needs, including people with disabilities, older persons health and district nursing. This role is perfect for a Registered Nurse ready to make a substantial impact through direct community engagement.

This role is full time with 0.6 Community Nursing and 0.4 Clinical training to support workers to meet their competencies.

  • Conduct comprehensive care plan assessments in the community, ensuring each client’s health needs are meticulously identified and addressed.
  • Carry out initial evaluations and follow-up reviews, establish care goals, develop detailed support plans, deliver ongoing care and treatments, monitor client progress, and conduct clinical assessments during community visits.
  • Provide support, education and training to our home and community support workers.
  • Perform interRAI evaluations to determine the best care and support strategies for clients, fostering their health and well-being (training supplied). 
  • ACC wound care dressing, assessment, and evaluation
  • Utilise your clinical skills and knowledge to provide personalised care, adapting to the unique needs of each whānau.
  • Work autonomously, applying your expertise to make informed decisions and deliver high-quality nursing care.
  • Collaborate with a multidisciplinary team ensuring holistic approach.

The hours of work for this role are:

  • 8:30 am – 5:00 pm Monday -Friday


About you | Mohou ake

  • Registered Nurse who currently holds a valid practicing certificate in accordance with New Zealand nursing regulatory requirements.
  • Previous community or aged-care nursing experience is beneficial but not essential.
  • Display confidence in your clinical abilities, equipped with practical judgment to effectively use these skills in a community setting.
  • Be committed to Te Tiriti o Waitangi with knowledge and understanding of tikanga Māori
  • Proven interpersonal and communication capabilities, enabling meaningful connections with clients and their whānau.
  • The capacity to practice autonomously, efficiently managing your tasks and making informed decisions that have a beneficial impact on client care.
  • Flexible and adaptable, willing to travel across Canterbury region to meet client needs.
  • Possession of a full, clean driver’s license, coupled with the willingness to undertake travel within the community to meet the needs of our clients.
  • Legal right to work in New Zealand.
  • Ability to pass a Police Check.


Your Benefits | Nga Painga

  • Competitive compensation and opportunities for professional development.
  • A role within a forward-thinking organisation, committed to improving community health outcomes.
  • A work environment that supports your career journey, even as we build our resources and training capabilities.
  • A role that offers diversity, challenge, and the gratification of making a meaningful difference in the lives of individuals and the broader community.

We are reviewing applications as soon as we get them! If this role sounds right for you, apply today!

Step Into a Role That Matters | Apply Now!

For any questions, please don’t hesitate to contact us at 03 260 1260 – Extension 3, or via email at [email protected].

Your key role | Tō tūranga matua

This role is all about stepping in when the team needs you most, covering shifts for unexpected absences or when someone is sick. You’ll be there for our clients, who range from needing just a little support to those who rely on Phoenix Healthcare a lot. If you are a healthcare professional and you are looking for a role that fits nicely with your life, offering steady hours that help you keep work and life in balance, then this is right up your alley. This role involves being the go-to support across Canterbury region, stepping in to cover shifts wherever needed.

The hours of work for this role is:

  • 7:30 am – 2:30 pm (Wednesday, Thursday, Friday, and Saturday) Guaranteed 28 hours per week

On Saturdays, you will be on call from home, ready to respond to any instructions from the Coordination Team Lead. Meanwhile, on Wednesdays, Thursdays, and Fridays, you will report to the office and remain on standby throughout the shift period.

As a Support Worker on the Permanent Part-Time Reliever shift, your role offers a great deal of diversity since you will be assigned to work in various clients across Canterbury according to the roster. In environments where maintaining a routine is essential, you will offer personalised support, adhering to detailed care plans designed to cater to the individuals’ needs.

Our ideal candidate will bring | Ka kawea mai e tā mātou kaitono tino pai

  • Must have a minimum of Level 3 in Health and Wellbeing qualification.
  • Have a full driver’s license and reliable transport.
  • Experience with complex care patients is desired but not mandatory.
  • Show interest in rehabilitation and enabling independence.
  • Commit to delivering exceptional care and support.
  • Have excellent communication skills in English.
  • Possess strong interpersonal skills and integrity.
  • Be passionate about empowering clients.
  • A current First Aid Certificate is an advantage (we can provide certification).

You will need to ensure before applying that you have:

  • Legal right to work within New Zealand
  • Pass satisfactory police vetting process

Your Benefits | Nga Painga

Becoming part of Phoenix Healthcare means enjoying:

  • Attractive hourly wage ($26.94 to $29.10)
  • Reimbursement of travel between clients.
  • Be paid time and a half when working on Public Holidays and a day in lieu.
  • Opportunities for Level 4 NZQA qualifications, further training as well as additional units.
  • Specialised training from our Clinical Team & Trainer for meaningful client interactions.
  • Enjoy a favorable staff-to-person ratio, facilitating more personalised support.
  • Career pathway guidance from our Learning and Development Coordinator.
  • Access to Phoenix Wellness Centre and other health services provided by Phoenix Healthcare Group.

We are reviewing applications as soon as we get them. If this role sounds right for you, apply today!

We are on the lookout for compassionate and dedicated Support Worker Specialists with at least a Level 3 qualification or higher, ready to make a significant impact in the life of a client with specific needs. Located in Rangiora, this role requires a dedicated focus on spinal care support, demanding a higher level of expertise in paraplegic care. Our client will rely on your attentiveness, skill, and compassion to navigate their daily life with dignity and comfort.

We understand the importance of flexibility for our support workers. That’s why we offer non-rigid scheduling to accommodate the personal needs and commitments of our staff, while ensuring the highest level of care for our clients.

Available shifts:

  • Morning Shift: 8:00 AM – 12:30 PM
  • Afternoon Shift: 1:00 PM – 4:30 PM
  • Night Shift: 8:45 PM – 7:00 AM

We’re looking for:

  • Holds a Level 3 qualification in Health and Wellbeing.
  • Has experience or a strong interest in providing care for individuals with spinal injuries.
  • Demonstrates empathy, patience, and a commitment to providing personalised care.
  • Is willing to work night shifts, with the flexibility to adapt to the varying needs of our client.

What we offer:

  • A supportive and caring team environment.
  • Opportunities for professional development and training.
  • A stable and flexible working schedule to suit your lifestyle, including part-time opportunities.

If you are seeking a role that offers both a challenge and the reward of truly making a difference, we would love to hear from you. Express your interest today and become a pivotal part of a team that values your dedication and expertise in providing high-quality care.

» EOI – Spinal Care SW Specialist (Level 3)

We are currently seeking specialists or skilled individuals with a heartfelt commitment to assisting children with developmental delays in the community, particularly those with Autism. As part of the recruitment process, you’ll have the opportunity for a meet-and-greet with the families, building a foundation of trust and understanding in care delivery.

Here’s what we offer in terms of flexible scheduling:

  • Monday to Friday: 3 pm – 7 pm
  • School Holidays: 12 pm – 6 pm
  • Possible availability on Sundays for 4 hours

Ideally, we are looking for specialists or skilled individuals who may have experience in:

  • Experienced Early Childhood Educators
  • Primary Teacher or Teacher Aide
  • Certified Nannies with a background in autism support
  • Specialists Support Workers expertise in autism support

This part-time role offers a stable and flexible opportunity for those eager to specialize in a significant field.

As our childcare client portfolio expands, we’re also open to those seeking casual roles, part time and permanent.

Express your interest today and become a part of a team that values your dedication and expertise. Click the link below to join us!

» EOI – Autism Support Specialist

We are looking to welcome an enthusiastic and committed Practice Nurse into our friendly and expanding General Practice team. Please email your CV to [email protected]

We are looking for compassionate individuals who are ready to make meaningful impact in the community. We’re currently seeking Community Support Workers, with availability to work on weekends and/or sleepovers. Take the first step today by filling out our online job application form.