Life at Laura Fergusson Brain Injury Trust
Laura Fergusson Brain Injury Trust employs approximately 200 people in a wide variety of roles. Our team consists of Registered Nurses, Enrolled Nurses, Occupational Therapists, Physiotherapists, Neuropsychologists, Clinical Psychologists, Speech and Language Therapists, Social Workers, Support Workers, Rehabilitation Coaches, Chefs, Catering Assistants, Food Assistants, Administrators, Cleaners and various leadership and management roles.
If you are looking to enhance your career in an organisation committed to ensuring an engaged, supported and positive workforce, we encourage you to read on!
Our vision of ‘ordinary life opportunities’, combined with the passion of our people to help our clients achieve this, shines through in everything we do.
We are strongly inclusive and embrace diversity resulting in a rich culture that wraps around our values:
We are respectful
We are inclusive
We do it right
We achieve by supporting each other to share knowledge, collaborate and learn together in a friendly safe environment.
Meet some of our staff
- A work environment that focuses on:
- Clients, their families and whānau
- Friendly and professional staff
- An interdisciplinary team of clinicians who are experts in their field
- Strong leadership
- Continuous quality improvement
- A commitment to diversity and inclusion
- Comprehensive induction and orientation programmes
- Professional development opportunities including in-service training, webinars, conferences, forums and seminars
- Competitive remuneration
- Work/life balance through flexible working arrangements
- A focus on wellbeing with a wellness programme that includes:
- Gym membership at corporate rates
- An EAP programme (read more about our EAP programme below)
- Membership of the Safe Spaces Alliance and we are
- A CareWise Certified employer (read more about CareWise below)
We strive to make our work environment a safe space. A safe space is a space where the LGBTQI+ community can freely express themselves without fear. It is a space that does not tolerate violence, bullying, or hate speech towards the LGBTQI+ community.Learn more
We recognise that stress, grief and personal issues can have a significant serious effect on work performance and can lead to unsafe work practices. To support our team to work through any issues they may have, we offer an employee assistance programme (EAP) as part of our Health and Safety Strategy.
A carer is an employee who cares for family members who are frail, unwell, or have a chronic condition or disability. On average one in eight employees are carers and almost 90% of carers are of working age 15-64. When you join the Trust, you become part of a CareWise Carer friendly Workplace.