White Cross Careers & Vacancies
Our vision is two-fold: to be New Zealand's most respected and successful provider of urgent accident and medical services, and to provide GP services in a growing number of our urgent care clinics.
Urgent care medicine is a combination of urgent care general practice and emergency department work. While we are able to manage a wide range of accident and urgent medical conditions within the clinic setting, more serious conditions are referred to public hospitals.
At White Cross, staff deal directly with their employer; we are not an agency.
- commitment to quality patient care
- career advancement opportunities
- competitive remuneration
- continuing medical education
- work alongside like-minded professionals in a supportive environment
- comprehensive induction.
All White Cross locations offer an excellent support structure and are led by experienced medical or clinical directors.
Remuneration is competitive and the environment is supportive.
Career advancement opportunities, such as clinic medical director, exist for certain candidates. We offer flexible working hours, where you can have input into the number and timing of shifts, enabling you to have a life outside of medicine.
We currently have vacancies for experienced primary care doctors and urgent care doctors and are recruiting from overseas and within New Zealand.
You will need a broad base of primary care skills and knowledge because every day brings something new.
We have a number of vacancies across our Auckland, Whangarei and Palmerston North clinics clinics:
- Urgent care doctors: Full-time and part time positions.
- Nurses: Full-time and part-time positions.
Casual positions are also available for experienced urgent care doctors and nurses.
Email firstname.lastname@example.org for more information and to register your interest.
We are inviting international doctors to explore our long term (12 month plus) positions. Doctors work 20–40 hours per week and a mixture of days, evenings and weekends. Remuneration is based on an hourly rate.
Email email@example.com for more information and to register your interest.
Nursing in a White Cross clinic is rewarding and challenging, with something new and interesting happening every day. In our ACC-accredited clinics, our cohesive teams provide high-quality, efficient patient care to adults and children across a variety of accident and medical presentations. General practices in selected White Cross clinics offer nurses the chance to develop
their practice in all areas of primary healthcare.
Recruitment opportunities for nurses
We offer flexible, full-time and part-time positions across our clinics so that you can achieve a work/life balance. We can offer positions to new and experienced nurses. New staff are well supported by our experienced team of nurses, many of whom have been at White Cross for more than 15 years.
- a comprehensive orientation programme to launch your career with White Cross
- learning opportunities, including in-house training in core urgent care skills
(triage, orthopaedics and wound care)
- a Nursing Council-approved professional development and recognition programme
- free parking
- free episodic healthcare for you and your dependent family after a qualifying period.
To register your interest to work as a White Cross nurse, please email firstname.lastname@example.org.
White Cross is at the forefront of accident and urgent primary care with 11 clinics, nine in Auckland, one in Whangarei and one in Palmerston North.
Previous reception experience in a medical environment is an advantage, but the key to success in this role is a good eye for detail, good data entry speed, excellent customer service skills and a truly unflappable nature.
You must also be flexible, motivated and be able to use your initiative.
To register your interest in a receptionist role at White Cross, please contact our HR team at email@example.com.
To work in this role, you will need to have proven leadership and mentoring skills with the confidence to proactively manage HR matters. The ability to communicate well with a diverse group of patients, staff and management is essential.
You should be self-motivated with excellent prioritisation skills and a methodical and detail-oriented approach to your work.
In addition, you will need an excellent understanding of financial reporting and analysis, credit control/debt recovery and ACC claiming and accreditation, along with advanced computer literacy and general business acumen.
To register your interest in an administration role at White Cross, please contact our HR team at firstname.lastname@example.org