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WORKING IN NEW ZEALAND

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If you are interested in working in Wellington ICU as either medical or nursing staff, you will require both New Zealand registration with the appropriate Professional Council and a visa or work permit (if you are not a New Zealand or Australian citizen or resident).

Capital & Coast District Health Board holds a Certificate of Accreditation with the New Zealand Immigration Service. This allows us to recruit workers or residents from other countries where we have a particular skill shortage.

More information about living & working in New Zealand can be found here.

You cannot begin work without professional registration AND the appropriate visa or work permit.

Professional Councils

Medical Council of New Zealand
Medical staff:
The Medical Council of New Zealand

International medical graduates can obtain information about NZ registration HERE.
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Nursing staff:
The Nursing Council of New Zealand

Internationally qualified nurses can obtain information about NZ registration HERE.


Immigration

Immigration New Zealand
Moving to New Zealand is possible for individuals wishing to either work temporarily in New Zealand or those wishing to work & live in New Zealand permanently.

An overview of the ‘Skilled Migrant’ category can be found HERE.
More information regarding Immigration & Professional Registration in New Zealand can be found HERE.
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