Nursing Opportunities available now at Mercy

For current vacancies and to apply, please visit our listings on Seek.

Thanks to the kindness and generosity of Mercy Hospice supporters, our staff provide and deliver hospice services both in the community and in our inpatient unit. This work is surrounded and supported by Mercy’s Family Support, Social Work, and Administration departments, and of course, our incredible, unstoppable volunteers, without whom we simply couldn’t do what we do.

Could your story be part of ours?

Mercy Hospice has been delivering specialist palliative care to patients and their families for over 40 years. The in-patient unit at 61 College Hill and community nursing team provide patient-centred palliative care to patients, families and whānau within the Auckland catchment area.

Our mission and values are rooted in the work of our founder, Catherine McAuley of the Sisters of Mercy in Dublin, Ireland. In the tradition of this heritage, we love working with people from all life stages, every culture, ethnicity, creed, and orientation.

Staff wellbeing and teamwork are at the core of your experience at Mercy.

Thanks to our benefactors, volunteers, and staff, who continue to uphold and live our mission and values, people in the local community have access to the highest quality palliative care. And it is our ongoing mission to increase access to even more people, so that a healthy end of life is available to everyone, everywhere.