Senate Nursing Bureau Careers and Employment
Health Care Assistant in Waikato
on 28 July 2019
Great team of people to work with
I have been a casual worker with Senate Nursing Bureau for three years and they are a great team to work with. I have graduated from HCA to Enrolled Nurse during employment and I am looking forward to Nursing positions. Great communication, flexible and friendly.
healthcare assistant in Te Atatu Peninsula, Auckland
on 25 August 2020
It is a great organization.
Good response for whatever asked. Payment at proper times.Facilities where work is provided is good. Shifts are given according to our choice of area and length.
Health Care Assistant in Hamilton, Waikato
on 2 July 2020
I am keen to do work in your company.
I have 4 years clinical experience in the Sardarni Sukhninder Kaur Memorial Charitable Hospital in India. Now, I am doing job as a Cashier in the Indian star restaurant at central mall, Rotorua, New Zealand. I have clinical skills. So, I can do any types of work related to clinical area.
Health Care Assistant in Christchurch City, Canterbury
on 22 June 2020
Senate is good
Senate Nursing Bureau gives competitive salary for their employees. They also hire students who are doing part-time jobs. The management is very supportive to the employees and they support the migrant workers to have their working visa.
Healthcare Assistant in Auckland City, Auckland
on 29 February 2020
Very noce and caring staff
Some times staff forces to work even you are sick or onces you have taken a shift and you got sick they forced you to work Other wise they are cool and good . Love to work with them
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