Nurses – Derrickjones

New Zealand is a youthful nation and one of the least packed spot on the planet.  New Zealand populace is relied upon to arrive at just 5 million by 2020. New Zealanders enjoy an extraordinary way of life with a ton of open air and exercises incorporating activities like skiing, snowboarding, kayaking, surfing, Mountain biking, and so on.

The healthcare industry is a significant employment sector in New Zealand with the biggest occupational group in this sector being nurses, who represent one-quarter of all employees in this sector. New Zealand government estimates its healthcare sector, consisting of 220 hospitals and 20 District Health Boards who oversee the industry, requires about 25,000 extra Nurses by 2030 to avoid shortages of registered nurses in hospitals. The country gives a good number of employment opportunities for overseas nurses from all over the world, and especially from India every year.

Derrick Jones does job placements of Internationally Qualified and trained nurses in New Zealand Hospitals and healthcare organizations. We guarantee exceedingly cost-effective services and highly efficient application processing and quick solutions for all your registration (with the Nursing Council of New Zealand) , visa application and settlement processes in New Zealand.

New Zealand is notable for its quick pacing and regularly developing medical sector. There has consistently been a significant demand for superiorly efficient, trained and gifted attendants in the medical industry of New Zealand.

The average annual earning of a Registered Nurse in New Zealand is NZ$ 70,000 (INR. 35,00000) while a Registered Nurse in one of India's major hospitals or government sector enterprises procures only INR. 7,20,000. A medical attendant in India needs to work over 5 years to gain the 1-year compensation of a Nurse employed  in New Zealand.

Medical caretakers from India who relocate to New Zealand enjoy a 5-day work schedule in a week, 12 days paid sick leaves and 4 weeks of paid annual holidays. The healthcare system here is one of the best in the world and provides a top-notch ergonomic environment for professionals.

Derrick Jones Management encourages a smooth international career transition for qualified nurses from India. We carry out your Nursing Council of New Zealand enlistment as a Registered Nurse at a minimal expense. Our administrations incorporates services like Competence Assessment Program (CAP) admissions, visa application processing and airport pick up from New Zealand air terminals, affordable accommodation arrangements in New Zealand and work and residence visa application handling through licensed Immigration Advisors. We provide unrelenting assistance until you procure employment in New Zealand as a Registered Nurse. We assist you with making New Zealand your home.

We have Offices & Staff Members in New Zealand and we offer;

  • 01

    Your New Zealand Nursing Council Registration and Annual Practicing Certificate

  • 02

    Your Competency Assessment Program (CAP) admission from NZ CAP providers

  • 03

    Visa application processing through our Licensed Immigration Adviser

  • 04

    Support to get settled in New Zealand with your family

  • 05

    Support to get a job as a Registered Nurse in New Zealand

If you are working for more than 2 years as a Registered Nurse with any one of the following qualifications you may be eligible to work as a Registered Nurse in New Zealand Nursing Council. We will guide you to meet the further requirement of your employment in New Zealand as Registered Nurses.

  • Bachelor of Nursing /Diploma in General Nursing & Midwifery with Post B.sc in Nursing.

Fees & Charges

Derrick Jones has a fixed fee for the entire application processing of Nurses from India who are looking forward to work as a Registered Nurse in New Zealand. The fee also includes your airport pick up charges from Auckland Airport and your accommodation arrangement rent in New Zealand. You will also get flexible installment fee payment arrangements based on your financial status.

Total fee is INR 1,50,000 ( NZ $ 3,000 )

Expert Assistance

We have over 20 years of involvement in assigning Qualified Nurses into Registered Nurse employment in New Zealand. We will assist you with preparing and orchestrate each report that make your application procedure super-quick and bother free.

Free Assessment of Eligibility and Counseling

We offer a free eligibility assessment and provide expert advice. Please forward              your CV (Curriculum Vitae) into info@derrickjones.co.nz to have a quick assessment of your eligibility with regard to becoming a Registered Nurse in New Zealand. If you would like to have a confidential talk with one of our experienced application processing team members, please request for a talk and we will be in contact with you shortly.

New Zealand is a youthful nation and one of the least packed spot on the planet.  New Zealand populace is relied upon to arrive at just 5 million by 2020. New Zealanders enjoy an extraordinary way of life with a ton of open air and exercises incorporating activities like skiing, snowboarding, kayaking, surfing, Mountain biking, and so on.

The healthcare industry is a significant employment sector in New Zealand with the biggest occupational group in this sector being nurses, who represent one-quarter of all employees in this sector. New Zealand government estimates its healthcare sector, consisting of 220 hospitals and 20 District Health Boards who oversee the industry, requires about 25,000 extra Nurses by 2030 to avoid shortages of registered nurses in hospitals. The country gives a good number of employment opportunities for overseas nurses from all over the world.

Nurses who currently hold a registration with the Australian Health Practitioners Regulatory Authority (AHPRA) can directly submit their application for procuring a registration and an Annual Practicing Certificate from the Nursing Council of New Zealand.

The average annual earning of a Registered Nurse in New Zealand is NZ$ 70,000 (AUD 65,50000).  Nurses who move into New Zealand from Australia enjoy a 5-day work schedule in a week, 12 days paid sick leaves and 4 weeks of paid annual holidays. The New Zealand healthcare system is considered one of the best in the OECD countries with world-class work environment.

We have Offices & Staff Members in New Zealand and we offer;

  • 01

    New Zealand Nursing Council Registration and Annual Practicing Certificate

  • 02

    Visa application processing through our Licensed Immigration Advisor

  • 03

    Support to get a employed as a Registered Nurse in New Zealand

  • 04

    Support to get settled in New Zealand

Eligibility

If you currently hold a registration with ANMAC and AHPRA (Australian Health Practitioners Regulatory Authority) as a Registered Nurse, your application will be eligible to be considered for acceptance by the Nursing Council of New Zealand for registration and an Annual Practicing Certificate as a Registered Nurse.

Fees & Charges

Derrick Jones has a fixed fee for the entire application processing of Nurses from Australia who are looking forward to work as a Registered Nurse in New Zealand. The fee also includes your airport pick up charges from Auckland Airport and your accommodation arrangement rent in New Zealand. You will also get flexible installment fee payment arrangements based on your financial status.
Total fee is AUD 2,800 (NZ$ 3,000)

Expert Assistance

We have over 20 years of involvement in assigning Qualified Nurses into Registered Nurse employment in New Zealand. We will assist you with preparing and orchestrate each report that make your application procedure super-quick and bother free.

Free Assessment of Eligibility and Counseling

We offer a free eligibility assessment and provide expert advice. Please forward your CV (Curriculum Vitae) into info@derrickjones.co.nz to have a quick assessment of your eligibility with regard to becoming a Registered Nurse in New Zealand. If you would like to have a confidential talk with one of our experienced application processing team member, please request for a talk and we will be in contact with you shortly.

New Zealand is a youthful nation and one of the least packed spot on the planet.  New Zealand populace is relied upon to arrive at just 5 million by 2020. New Zealanders enjoy an extraordinary way of life with a ton of open air and exercises incorporating activities like skiing, snowboarding, kayaking, surfing, Mountain biking, and so on.

The healthcare industry is a significant employment sector in New Zealand with the biggest occupational group in this sector being nurses, who represent one-quarter of all employees in this sector. New Zealand government estimates its healthcare sector, consisting of 220 hospitals and 20 District Health Boards who oversee the industry, requires about 25,000 extra Nurses by 2030 to avoid shortages of registered nurses in hospitals. The country gives a good number of employment opportunities for overseas nurses from all over the world.

Nurses who register with the Saudi Commission for Health Specialties can move into New Zealand to work as a Registered Nurse for several years or permanently. A Registered Nurse who moves from Saudi Arabia to New Zealand to work as a Registered Nurse enjoys an average earning of NZ$68,000 – NZ$ 114,000 per year. Nurses who move into New Zealand from Saudi Arabia enjoy a 5-day work schedule in a week, 12 days paid sick leaves and 4 weeks of paid annual holidays. The New Zealand healthcare system is considered one of the best in the OECD countries with world-class work environment.

If you would like to know more about moving permanently into New Zealand with your family, please visit the Immigration New Zealand website for more information about the cost of living, property prices, grocery prices, and living expenses. You can find the current salary information of Registered Nurses from the New Zealand government website of www.careers.govt.nz. You will have to pay income tax for your earnings in New Zealand and you can access more information about taxes on the website of www.ird.govt.nz.

Derrick Jones Management offers the following support
to internationally qualified and registered Nurses on:

  • 01

    Curriculum Vitae preparation

  • 02

    Document arrangement for Nursing Council of New Zealand Registration

  • 03

    Processing assistance for Nursing Council of New Zealand Registration application

  • 04

    We hold contract with Competency Assessment program providers in New Zealand and can process your admission application for CAP program in New Zealand

  • 05

    Process your visa application to New Zealand through Licensed Immigration Advisors

  • 06

    Organize Airport pick up and accommodation upon your arrival in New Zealand

  • 07

    Provide job interview training prior to your first job interview in New Zealand

  • 08

    Job placement supports as a registered Nurse in New Zealand

  • 09

    Assist to open a bank account and register with Tax department

  • 10

    Interest free car loans and training for driving in New Zealand

  • 11

    Support to get New Zealand driving license

Eligibility

If you currently hold a registration with the Saudi Commission for Health Specialties as a Registered Nurse, your application will be eligible to be considered for acceptance by the Nursing Council of New Zealand for registration. Please contact one of our experienced and dedicated consultants for a free assessment of your eligibility to work in New Zealand as a Registered Nurse.

Fees & Charges

Derrick Jones has a fixed fee for the entire application processing of Nurses from Saudi Arabia who are looking forward to work as a Registered Nurse in New Zealand. The fee also includes your airport pick up charges from Auckland Airport and your accommodation arrangement rent in New Zealand. You will also get flexible installment fee payment arrangements based on your financial status.
Total fee is SR 7,250 (NZ$ 3,000)

Expert Assistance

We have over 20 years of involvement in assigning Qualified Nurses into Registered Nurse employment in New Zealand. We will assist you with preparing and orchestrate each report that make your application procedure super-quick and bother free.

Free Assessment of Eligibility and Counseling

We offer a free eligibility assessment and provide expert advice. Please forward your CV (Curriculum Vitae) into info@derrickjones.co.nz to have a quick assessment of your eligibility with regard to becoming a Registered Nurse in New Zealand. If you would like to have a confidential talk with one of our experienced application processing team member, please request for a talk and we will be in contact with you shortly.

New Zealand is a youthful nation and one of the least packed spot on the planet.  New Zealand populace is relied upon to arrive at just 5 million by 2020. New Zealanders enjoy an extraordinary way of life with a ton of open air and exercises incorporating activities like skiing, snowboarding, kayaking, surfing, Mountain biking, and so on.

The healthcare industry is a significant employment sector in New Zealand with the biggest occupational group in this sector being nurses, who represent one-quarter of all employees in this sector. New Zealand government estimates its healthcare sector, consisting of 220 hospitals and 20 District Health Boards who oversee the industry, requires about 25,000 extra Nurses by 2030 to avoid shortages of registered nurses in hospitals. The country gives a good number of employment opportunities for overseas nurses from all over the world.

The Nurses who hold the Ministry of Health registration as a Registered Nurse from Dubai, Abu Dhabi, Ajman, Fujairah, Ras al-Khaimah and Umma al-Qaiwain can move into New Zealand to work as a Registered Nurse for several years or permanently. A Registered Nurse who moves from UAE to New Zealand to work as a Registered Nurse enjoys an average earning of NZ$68,000 – NZ$ 114,000 per year. Nurses who move into New Zealand from UAE enjoy a 5-day work schedule in a week, 12 days paid sick leaves and 4 weeks of paid annual holidays. The New Zealand healthcare system is considered one of the best in the OECD countries with world-class work environment.

 

If you would like to know more about moving permanently into New Zealand with your family, please visit the Immigration New Zealand website for more information about the cost of living, property prices, grocery prices, and living expenses. You can find the current salary information of Registered Nurses from the New Zealand government website of www.careers.govt.nz. You will have to pay income tax for your earnings in New Zealand and you can access more information about taxes on the website of www.ird.govt.nz.

Derrick Jones Management offers the following support
to internationally qualified and registered Nurses on:

  • 01

    Curriculum Vitae preparation

  • 02

    Document arrangement for Nursing Council of New Zealand Registration

  • 03

    Processing assistance for Nursing Council of New Zealand Registration application

  • 04

    We hold contract with Competency Assessment program providers in New Zealand and can process your admission application for CAP programme in New Zealand

  • 05

    Process your visa application to New Zealand through our Licensed Immigration Advisor

  • 06

    Organise Airport pick up and accommodation upon your arrival in New Zealand

  • 07

    Provide job interview training prior to your first job interview in New Zealand

  • 08

    Job placement supports as a registered Nurse in New Zealand

  • 09

    Assist to open a bank account and register with Tax department

  • 10

    Interest free car loans and training for driving in New Zealand

  • 11

    Support to get New Zealand driving license

Eligibility

If you currently hold a registration certificate from the Ministry of Health UAE as a Registered Nurse, your application will be eligible to be considered for acceptance by the Nursing Council of New Zealand for registration. Please contact one of our experienced and dedicated consultants for a free assessment of your eligibility to work in New Zealand as a Registered Nurse.

Fees & Charges

Derrick Jones has a fixed fee for the entire application processing of Nurses from UAE who are looking forward to work as a Registered Nurse in New Zealand. The fee also includes your airport pick up charges from Auckland Airport and your accommodation arrangement rent in New Zealand. You will also get flexible installment fee payment arrangements based on your financial status.
Total fee is AED 7,100 (NZ$ 3,000)

Expert Assistance

We have over 20 years of involvement in assigning Qualified Nurses into Registered Nurse employment in New Zealand. We will assist you with preparing and orchestrate each report that make your application procedure super-quick and bother free.

Free Assessment of Eligibility and Counseling

We offer a free eligibility assessment and provide expert advice. Please forward your CV (Curriculum Vitae) into info@derrickjones.co.nz to have a quick assessment of your eligibility with regard to becoming a Registered Nurse in New Zealand. If you would like to have a confidential talk with one of our experienced application processing team member, please request for a talk and we will be in contact with you shortly.

New Zealand is a youthful nation and one of the least packed spot on the planet.  New Zealand populace is relied upon to arrive at just 5 million by 2020. New Zealanders enjoy an extraordinary way of life with a ton of open air and exercises incorporating activities like skiing, snowboarding, kayaking, surfing, Mountain biking, and so on.

 

The healthcare industry is a significant employment sector in New Zealand with the biggest occupational group in this sector being nurses, who represent one-quarter of all employees in this sector. New Zealand government estimates its healthcare sector, consisting of 220 hospitals and 20 District Health Boards who oversee the industry, requires about 25,000 extra Nurses by 2030 to avoid shortages of registered nurses in hospitals. The country gives a good number of employment opportunities for overseas nurses from all over the world.

Nurses who currently hold a registration with the Nurse Regulatory Authorities of England and Ireland can directly submit their application for procuring a registration and an Annual Practicing Certificate from the Nursing Council of New Zealand. Nurses who move into New Zealand from the United Kingdom enjoy similar employment contract terms and conditions as that in the UK . The New Zealand and Australian healthcare systems are similar to the healthcare system of the United Kingdom.

The average annual earning of a Registered Nurse in New Zealand is NZ$ 70,000 (AUD 65,50000).  Nurses who move into New Zealand from UK enjoy a 5-day work schedule in a week, 12 days paid sick leaves and 4 weeks of paid annual holidays. The New Zealand healthcare system is considered one of the best in the OECD countries with world-class work environment.

Derrick Jones Management offers the following support
to internationally qualified and registered Nurses on:

  • 01

    Curriculum Vitae preparation

  • 02

    Document arrangement for Nursing Council of New Zealand Registration

  • 03

    Processing assistance for Nursing Council of New Zealand Registration application

  • 04

    We hold contract with Competency Assessment program providers in New Zealand and can process your admission application for CAP program in New Zealand

  • 05

    Process your visa application to New Zealand through Licensed Immigration Advisors

  • 06

    Organize Airport pick up and accommodation upon your arrival in New Zealand.

  • 07

    Provide job interview training prior to your first job interview in New Zealand

  • 08

    Job placement supports as a registered Nurse in New Zealand

  • 09

    Assist to open a bank account and register with Tax department

  • 10

    Interest free car loans and training for driving in New Zealand

  • 11

    Support to get New Zealand driving license

Eligibility

If you currently hold a registration certificate from the NMC – UK or Nursing and Midwifery Board of Ireland, your application will be eligible to be considered for acceptance by the Nursing Council of New Zealand for registration. Please contact one of our experienced and dedicated consultants for a free assessment of your eligibility to work in New Zealand as a Registered Nurse. You will be getting your Annual Practicing Certificate to work in New Zealand as a Registered Nurse within 15 days of the submission of your application with the Nursing Council of New Zealand.

Fees & Charges

Derrick Jones has a fixed fee for the entire application processing of Nurses from UK who are looking forward to work as a Registered Nurse in New Zealand. The fee also includes your airport pick up charges from Auckland Airport and your accommodation arrangement rent in New Zealand. You will also get flexible installment fee payment arrangements based on your financial status.
Total fee is GBP 1,500 (NZ$ 3,000)

Expert Assistance

We have more than 20 years of experience in placing Overseas Qualified Nurses in Registered Nurse positions in New Zealand. We will help you to prepare and arrange each and every documents of you that make your application process super-fast and hassle free.

Free Assessment of Eligibility and Counseling

We offer a free eligibility assessment and provide expert advice. Please forward your CV (Curriculum Vitae) into info@derrickjones.co.nz to have a quick assessment of your eligibility with regard to becoming a Registered Nurse in New Zealand. If you would like to have a confidential talk with one of our experienced application processing team member, please request for a talk and we will be in contact with you shortly.

New Zealand is a youthful nation and one of the least packed spot on the planet.  New Zealand populace is relied upon to arrive at just 5 million by 2020. New Zealanders enjoy an extraordinary way of life with a ton of open air and exercises incorporating activities like skiing, snowboarding, kayaking, surfing, Mountain biking, and so on.

The healthcare industry is a significant employment sector in New Zealand with the biggest occupational group in this sector being nurses, who represent one-quarter of all employees in this sector. New Zealand government estimates its healthcare sector, consisting of 220 hospitals and 20 District Health Boards who oversee the industry, requires about 25,000 extra Nurses by 2030 to avoid shortages of registered nurses in hospitals. The country gives a good number of employment opportunities for overseas nurses from all over the world.

Nurses who currently hold a registration from the Professional Regulation Commission of Philippines and have more than 2 years of work experience as a Registered Nurse following a Bachelor of Science in Nursing from a government recognized institution can submit their application for procuring a registration and an Annual Practicing Certificate from the Nursing Council of New Zealand.

The average annual earning of a Registered Nurse in New Zealand is NZ$ 70,000 (2,271,850 PHP).  Nurses who move into New Zealand from Philippines enjoy a 5-day work schedule in a week, 12 days paid sick leaves and 4 weeks of paid annual holidays. The New Zealand healthcare system is considered one of the best in the OECD countries with world-class work environment.

Derrick Jones Management offers the following support
to internationally qualified and registered Nurses on:

  • 01

    Curriculum Vitae preparation

  • 02

    Document arrangement for Nursing Council of New Zealand Registration

  • 03

    Processing assistance for Nursing Council of New Zealand Registration application

  • 04

    We hold contract with Competency Assessment program providers in New Zealand and can process your admission application for CAP program in New Zealand

  • 05

    Process your visa application to New Zealand through our Licensed Immigration Advisor

  • 06

    Organise Airport pick up and accommodation upon your arrival in New Zealand

  • 07

    Provide job interview training prior to your first job interview in New Zealand

  • 08

    Job placement supports as a registered Nurse in New Zealand

  • 09

    Assist to open a bank account and register with Tax department

  • 10

    Interest free car loans and training for driving in New Zealand

  • 11

    Support to get New Zealand driving license

Eligibility

Must hold a valid registration from the Professional Regulation Commission of Philippines, with at least 2 years of post-registration work experience as a Registered Nurse. A Bachelor of Science in Nursing from a government recognized institution. An overall score of 7 with no score less than 7 for each band of the Academic module of the IELTS examination in a single sitting or multiple sittings. A minimum overall score of “B” for all the components of OET examination in a single sitting or multiple sittings.

Fees & Charges

Derrick Jones has a fixed fee for the entire application processing of Nurses from Philippines who are looking forward to work as a Registered Nurse in New Zealand. The fee also includes your airport pick up charges from Auckland Airport and your accommodation arrangement rent in New Zealand. You will also get flexible installment fee payment arrangements based on your financial status.
Total fee is 9,700 PHP (NZ$ 3,000)

Expert Assistance

We have over 20 years of involvement in assigning Qualified Nurses into Registered Nurse employment in New Zealand. We will assist you with preparing and orchestrate each report that make your application procedure super-quick and bother free.

Free Assessment of Eligibility and Counseling

We offer a free eligibility assessment and provide expert advice. Please forward your CV (Curriculum Vitae) into info@derrickjones.co.nz to have a quick assessment of your eligibility with regard to becoming a Registered Nurse in New Zealand. If you would like to have a confidential talk with one of our experienced application processing team member, please request for a talk and we will be in contact with you shortly.

New Zealand is a youthful nation and one of the least packed spot on the planet.  New Zealand populace is relied upon to arrive at just 5 million by 2020. New Zealanders enjoy an extraordinary way of life with a ton of open air and exercises incorporating activities like skiing, snowboarding, kayaking, surfing, Mountain biking, and so on.

 

The healthcare industry is a significant employment sector in New Zealand with the biggest occupational group in this sector being nurses, who represent one-quarter of all employees in this sector. New Zealand government estimates its healthcare sector, consisting of 220 hospitals and 20 District Health Boards who oversee the industry, requires about 25,000 extra Nurses by 2030 to avoid shortages of registered nurses in hospitals. The country gives a good number of employment opportunities for overseas nurses from all over the world.

Nurses who currently hold a registration from any Nursing regulatory Authorities from their home country and have more than 2 years of work experience as a Registered Nurse following a Bachelor of Science in Nursing from any government recognized institution can submit their application for procuring a registration and an Annual Practicing Certificate from the Nursing Council of New Zealand.

The average annual earning of a Registered Nurse in New Zealand is NZ$68,000 – NZ$ 114,000. Nurses who move into New Zealand from Overseas enjoy a 5-day work schedule in a week, 12 days paid sick leaves and 4 weeks of paid annual holidays. The New Zealand healthcare system is considered one of the best in the OECD countries with world-class work environment.

Derrick Jones Management offers the following support
to internationally qualified and registered Nurses on:

  • 01

    Curriculum Vitae preparation

  • 02

    Document arrangement for Nursing Council of New Zealand Registration

  • 03

    Processing assistance for Nursing Council of New Zealand Registration application

  • 04

    We hold contract with Competency Assessment program providers in New Zealand and can process your admission application for CAP program in New Zealand

  • 05

    Process your visa application to New Zealand through our Licensed Immigration Advisor

  • 06

    Organise Airport pick up and accommodation upon your arrival in New Zealand

  • 07

    Provide job interview training prior to your first job interview in New Zealand

  • 08

    Job placement supports as a registered Nurse in New Zealand

  • 09

    Assist to open a bank account and register with Tax department

  • 10

    Interest free car loans and training for driving in New Zealand

  • 11

    Support to get New Zealand driving license

Eligibility

Must hold a current registration from your local Nursing Regulatory Authority or Council At least 2 years of post-registration work experience as a Registered Nurse A Bachelor of Science in Nursing from a government recognized institution An overall score of 7 with no score less than 7 for each bands of the Academic module of the IELTS examination in single sitting or multiple sitting. An overall score of minimum “B” for all the components of OET examination in single sitting or multiple sitting.

Fees & Charges

Derrick Jones Management has a fixed amount of fee for the entire application processing of Nurses from overseas who is looking forward to work as a Registered Nurse in New Zealand. The fees is also include your airport pick up from Auckland Airport and your accommodation arrangements in New Zealand. You will also get flexible instalment fee payment arrangements based on your circumstances.
Total fee is NZ$ 3,000

Expert Assistance

We have over 20 years of involvement in assigning Qualified Nurses into Registered Nurse employment in New Zealand. We will assist you with preparing and orchestrate each report that make your application procedure super-quick and bother free.

Free Assessment of Eligibility and Counseling

We offer a free eligibility assessment and provide expert advice. Please forward your CV (Curriculum Vitae) into info@derrickjones.co.nz to have a quick assessment of your eligibility with regard to becoming a Registered Nurse in New Zealand. If you would like to have a confidential talk with one of our experienced application processing team member, please request for a talk and we will be in contact with you shortly.

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