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If you would like to apply for a job please download an application and send it to us using the address below. You may also call our Human Resources Department on 443604 if you would like further information.

We are currently seeking applications for the following posts:

 

 

 

Vacancies

  • Deputy Sister – Rapid Response & Reablement Team
  • Baby Steps Facilitator
  • Specialist Community Public Nurse, School Nursing
  • Health Visitor
  • Health Care Assistant (Grade 1)

Family Nursing & Home Care

 

Deputy Sister – Rapid Response & Reablement Team

 

Full Time 37.5 hours per week

 

Salary: £48,899. To £52,077.

 

Minimum Qualification 1st Level Registered Nurse

Educated to a nursing degree level

Demonstrable experience in teaching / equivalent award

Minimum 3 years’ experience in specialist area

Car owner/driver to enable you to undertake the job is essential.

 

There is an exciting opportunity for an enthusiastic and innovative Deputy Sister to take a new position in our Rapid Response and Reablement Team (RRRT)

The RRRT aims to offer alternatives to hospital admission, support early transfer from hospital including patients requiring a high level of clinical assessment and decision making to support delivery of nursing care within the patients home .We are looking for candidates who can demonstrate a high level of clinical skills and expertise, excellent communication skills and the ability to work collaboratively within a multidisciplinary team and in the wider multi-professional setting.

The candidate will be expected to be flexible over a 7 day working week and have extended clinical and high level assessment skills with proven clinical decision making abilities. In addition you will be required to demonstrate excellent leadership and team co-ordination skills. The role will include collaborative working within HCs and the discharge team as part of the in-reach role.

You will be given opportunities to develop as you will be actively contributing to the continued development of the Out of Hospital Services.

You will also be encouraged to be involved in departmental initiatives which we are currently shaping to meet the needs of our clients within the community.

For informal discussions regarding this role please contact Clare Stewart on 01534 449148 or email cl.stewart@fnhc.org.je

For an application pack, please contact Tel: 443626/443604 or email a.defreitas@fnhc.org.je

Closing date for applications is 31st January 2020

           

Family Nursing & Home Care, is the principal provider of Community Nursing and Home Care on the Island of Jersey.

 

We are currently seeking applicants for the following position

 

Baby Steps Facilitator

Full Time 37.5 hours per week

 

Salary: £30,544 to £32,160 per annum  

 

Minimum Qualification NNEB, CACHE or equivalent or relevant Health and Social Care experience

Car Driver/Owner Essential

 

We seek an experienced and confident practitioner to join our Child and Family Services.

 

The post holder will work under the supervision of the Health Visitors to deliver the Baby Steps programme. This programme supports Jersey’s 1001 Critical Days Agenda.

Baby Steps is a perinatal educational programme which means it’s for parents in the run up to the birth of their baby and afterwards. It is designed to help prepare parents for becoming parents, not just for the birth itself.

The job will entail confidently presenting antenatal and postnatal sessions to large groups of parents alongside a Health Visitor or Midwife. 

The hours will be flexible and evening work will be involved.

Training to enable delivery of this programme will be given.

 

Car owner/driver to enable you to undertake the job is essential. 

 

Further information and application pack can be obtained from the HR department on hr@fnhc.org.je or Tel. 443604/443626

 

This post requires five years residency.

 

Closing Date for Applications:    Friday 31st January 2020.

 

For full Job Description click HERE

For full Job Specification click HERE

Specialist Community Public Nurse, School Nursing

(Health Visitor with relevant experience will be considered)

 

Permanent Contract

 

37.5 hours per week

 

Salary Scale: £48,899 - £52,077 per annum

 

Current Driving Licence Essential

 

FAMILY NURSING AND HOME CARE IS A REGISTERED CHARITY AND IS THE MAIN PROVIDER OF COMMUNITY NURSING IN THE ISLAND.

WE ARE OFFERING AN EXCITING OPPORTUNITY FOR A SPECIALIST COMMUNITY PUBLIC HEALTH NURSE TO JOIN OUR SCHOOL NURSE TEAM IN JERSEY.

 

The team have key responsibilities in responding to the needs of vulnerable children, promoting healthy lifestyles, leading immunisation programmes in schools and supporting children with mental and physical health needs. The post holder will also be required to deputise for the Team Lead.

 

We are looking for an experienced Specialist Community Public Health Nurse who has a high level of skills in these areas, who will invest in Jersey’s children, young people and families to stay healthy, be safe, achieve, contribute and enjoy life.

 

Car owner/driver or suitable alternative transport to enable you to undertake the job is essential.  The vehicle will need to be insured for business use.

 

We offer continued professional development opportunities, annual personal development reviews, reflective and restorative supervision, relocation assistance and 38 days paid leave (inclusive of Bank Holidays).

 

If you are ready for an exciting new challenge and would like to live and work on a beautiful Island please contact Jo Davies, School Nurse Team Lead, Tel. 01534 443630 for an informal discussion.

For an application pack, please contact HR Department, Family Nursing & Home Care, Le Bas Centre, St Saviour’s Road, St Helier, Jersey JE2 4RP,

Tel. 01534 443604/443626, or e-mail HR@fnhc.org.je

 

For full job Description click HERE

For full Job Specification click HERE

Family Nursing & Home Care, is the principal provider of Community Nursing and Home Care on the Island of Jersey.

 

We are currently seeking applications for:-

 

Health Visitor

Permanent Contract

37.5 hours per week

 

Salary Scale : £48,899 - £52,077 per annum (under review)

(dependant upon qualifications and experience)

 

Specialist Community Public Health Nurse (Health Visitor)

Current Driving Licence Essential

 

Health Visitors are part of Child and Family Services who deliver the Healthy Child programme specific to their role based upon the 4-5-6 approach in practice.

 

We deliver an early sustained home visiting program (MECSH) within our Health Visiting service, which provides an exciting opportunity for creative and innovative practitioners in this field.

  

As a member of our Child and Family Services team you will be flexible, enthusiastic, have an ability to manage change and be motivated to work as part of a team as well as an autonomous practitioner.

 

Car owner/driver or suitable alternative transport to enable you to undertake the job is essential. 

 

We offer yearly appraisal, clinical, safeguarding and MECSH supervision, in house training opportunities for professional development, 37 days paid leave (inclusive of Bank Holidays)

 

To be cost effective, we do not acknowledge receipt of employment application forms.

Please note that this post requires you to undertake a Disclosure & Barring Service (DBS) check. The DBS provides access to criminal records and other relevant information to employers and licensing authorities in England and Wales. The results of the checks carried out by the DBS help organisations make more informed decisions when recruiting people to work with children and the vulnerable.

If you are ready for an exciting new challenge and would like to live and work in a beautiful island please contact HR Department for an informal discussion and application pack, Tel.  01534 443604/443626, or e-mail hr@fnhc.org.je

 

Completed application forms should be sent to:

Human Resources Department

Family Nursing & Home Care

Le Bas Centre

St Saviour’s Road

St Helier

Jersey

JE2 4RP

 

For Full Job Description click HERE

Closing Date for Applications:  31 January 2020

 

 

 

Job Title:                    HEALTH CARE ASSISTANT - GRADE 1

 

Division:                     CHILD AND FAMILY SERVICES

 

Responsible to:         COMMUNITY PAEDIATRIC SISTER

 

Accountable to:        OPERATIONAL LEAD – CHILD AND FAMILY SERVICES

 

Role Purpose

 

To promote health and independence by supporting patients with activities of daily living and involving other members of the multi-disciplinary team in their care to meet planned care goals.

 

Role Context

 

Staff working at this level will work as directed by trained staff. Although advice and guidance is always available, the post holder may be working unsupervised in a community setting.   

The postholder will be encouraged to take part in the Association’s fund raising activities.

 

KEY SKILLS, KNOWLEDGE AND EDUCATION

 

  Possession of NVQ level 2 essential

  • Experience in health care setting
  • Excellent communication and team working skills
  • Basic keyboard skills desirable

 

KEY ACCOUNTABILITIES

 

1          Practice/Care Delivery

 

The post holder will contribute and participate in care delivery for specified individual patients within a caseload. The post holder will demonstrate that activities of daily living are carried out in accordance  with the individual’s care plan and the standards of care for the clinical area. 

The postholder will maintain a NVQ Portfolio which demonstrates the continuing acquisition of skills, knowledge, attitudes, understanding and achievement.

 

2         Team Working

The postholder will function effectively as a member of the nursing/health care team and contribute to the achievement of team goals.

 

3          Contributes to Resource Management

The postholder will demonstrate cost consciousness and contribute to controlling expenditure within a clinical/patient area.

The postholder will demonstrate basic key board skills and will carry out all designated administrative tasks effectively.

 

4          Training and Development 

The postholder will seek opportunities to develop knowledge and skills and will participate constructively in the Performance Review and Appraisal process.

The postholder will undertake training as directed by the Community Specialist Practitioner.

 

5          Contributes to Environmental Management

The postholder will contribute to the management of the immediate physical environment which will involve understanding and promoting all health, safety and security measures in the patient’s home environment and/or other working areas.

The post holder will carry out designated housekeeping tasks effectively.

 

6          Safeguarding Children and Vulnerable Adults

The post holder will take responsibility for the safeguarding and welfare of all children, adults and/or families within their care and conduct and must be familiar with the signs and symptoms of abuse and know what to do if any such concerns are raised or are identified. He/she shall be aware of and comply with Family Nursing & Home Care safeguarding and policies and procedures.

 

The above does not purport to be an exhaustive list of duties but is intended to indicate the range and type of duties required. The duties of the post may alter to reflect changing practices within the service.

 

 

Contact us

Family Nursing & Home Care

Le Bas Centre

St Saviour’s Road

St Helier

JE2 4RP

01534 443600