Grade 4 – Community Staff Nurse

You will plan, deliver and evaluate care for patients with a wide range of conditions, and contribute to the advancement of clinical service by developing skills and expertise in key areas. The post holder will be an experienced practitioner within the multi-disciplinary team and will contribute to the development of a service through involvement in standard setting and dissemination of expertise.

hours: 37.5 over a 24/7 working week

salary: Grade 4 - £48,986.64 - £55,293.84 depending on experience

criteria: You must be an experienced Registered Nurse with a minimum of 2 years post qualifying experience. You will have the flexibility to work across 7 days on a rota basis. Car driver and owner essential. An understanding and knowledge of the current drive to transform community services is beneficial. Previous community nursing experience is not essential.

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Professional Leadership

·         You will demonstrate a thorough knowledge of the guidelines of the NMC and Code of Conduct and Scope of Professional Practice and apply these to maintain trust and credibility with patients, carers and colleagues.

·         The post holder will support the clinical manager in the provision of professional leadership to department or a community team making a significant contribution to a specialty service through developing effective leadership skills and sharing clinical knowledge and experience to improve nursing practice make significant contribution to developing a philosophy of care to create and maintain a constructive working atmosphere and learning environment.

·         You will maintain a professional portfolio which demonstrates the continuing acquisition of skills, knowledge, attitudes, understanding and achievement.

Nursing Practice

·         The successful candidate will support the manager to define, set and maintain appropriate clinical standards and will lead in planning the overall organisation of client care, directing the care team when necessary in the delivery of high quality care programmes within the service area. You will demonstrate enhanced nursing practice and will act as a role model in terms of own care delivery by acquiring knowledge and skills to support an evidence based client centred service supported by the multi-disciplinary team, consistently providing high quality advice to patients/carers/colleagues.

·         You will support the manager in auditing the effectiveness of complaints procedure, ensuring complaints are dealt with promptly and effectively, and that proper investigations are carried out and action taken to reduce incidence. It is expected that you will have the ability to maintain accurate patient documentation and consistently produce high quality client information using a range of IT skills as appropriate.

 

Family Nursing and Home Care offer a pension scheme, clinical and safeguarding supervision, ongoing training and continued personal and professional development. We offer a competitive salary, holidays and benefits package.

For an informal discussion about this role contact Tia Hall, Operational Lead/Registered Manager Adult Services on 01534 443673

 

Closing date for applications Thursday 29th February 2024

Interview dates tbc

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