Welcome to the Careers Centre for Auckland District Health Board

Judith

I started my Nursing career as a New Graduate Nurse at Auckland City Hospital and am still currently working here. I was a New Gradate Nurse from AUT who chose ADHB as my preferred place to work and was ecstatic when I was offered a place on the Nurse Entry to Practice (NETP) Programme in September 2014. After completing my NETP programme successfully, I decided to continue working within Reablement Services to further enhance my knowledge and skills and steadily take on more responsibilities. I am now working as a Clinical Nurse Educator within Reablement Services, which was a Nursing role that I had aspired to since I was a student nurse. Having gone through the NETP programme myself, I am a strong advocate for New Graduates and the Nurses who take on the role of Preceptors during that essential first year. Every day I work with other Nurses, patients and families to enhance their quality of life alongside an incredible team of passionate, innovative and inspiring colleagues. The work that we do each and every day is meaningful, courageous and stands as a strong reminder for why I decided to become a Nurse to begin with."

 

Relocating to Auckland

Can I Bring My Pets to New Zealand?

You may be required to put cats or dogs into quarantine, provide health certificates and so on for a specified length of time. This can vary from 4 weeks to 6 months, and has costs attached. It's best to investigate and plan ahead. Click here for a "Pet Passport" information booklet compiled by Air NZ.

Cats and dogs coming from the UK do not require quarantine, but do require certification and will be inspected for ticks on arrival. You'll need to contact MAF Bio security New Zealand for information about bringing other animals from other countries: www.biosecurity.govt.nz.

From most parts of the world some quarantine is required, and again we advise you to contact MAF about your specific needs: www.biosecurity.govt.nz/contact.

If you're wondering about how your pets would make the journey, it's best to contact your chosen carrier. In general however, pets are not permitted on international or trans-Tasman flights as checked baggage but may be shipped as cargo