Staff nurse (Stroke services) | Medway Community Healthcare CIC

Zoek Pin Rochester, Medway, England

£24,907.00 to £30,615.00 per year

Unspecified (Full time)

Posted 28 days ago

Job details
Posting date: 08 October 2021
Salary: Not specified
Additional salary information: £24,907 - £30,615 per annum
Hours: Part time
Closing date: 07 November 2021
Location: Rochester, ME4 6LU
Company: Medway Community Healthcare CIC
Job type: Permanent
Job reference: 3557118######### LR-A

Summary
• Are you a newly qualified nurse or a nurse looking for a new challenge?
• Are you passionate about supporting patients recovery following hospital admissions?

If you answered yes, we’ve got the perfect role for you!

You will work as part of a well-established multidisciplinary team supporting patients on their road to recovery following hospital admission or step up from the community.

You will develop your skills around rehabilitation, discharge planning and specialist inpatient care.

This post is for Endeavour Suite but as a part of our Inpatient services offer you the opportunity to work across our Inpatient service sites.

The successful candidates will be required to work on a rota basis including nights, weekends and bank holidays.

To work as part of the intermediate care multidisciplinary team to deliver patient-centred nursing and rehabilitation services for patients requiring intermediate care.

To be responsible for unit management by designated shift.

To be responsible for the assessment, care planning and review of patient care.

To be ensure the safe and effective patient care, including the supervision of support/assistant staff.

So what else?
• This is your chance to join a progressive and innovative service in a social enterprise that is patient and staff focused - you’ll even have the opportunity to become an MCH shareholder.
• We encourage staff to get involved in exploring new ways of working and service development, with opportunities for CPD along the way.
• We’ll provide well established, in-service training, one to one supervision, and appraisals with regular support provided by your clinical lead.
• You’ll be able to develop your skills in a friendly and supportive team.

The small print
• Informal visits can be arranged on request.
• We will always appoint the best person for the job, but applications are particularly welcome from candidates from BAME groups which are underrepresented in our service.
• We will offer you the choice of two pension schemes; the NHS Pension scheme and our Scottish Widows group personal pension.
• Interview date: TBC

Person specification

Criteria

Essential

Desirable

Qualifications

Registered Nurse

Evidence of ongoing professional

Development

Willingness to undertake ongoing

professional development

Teaching and assess

qualifications/preparation of

mentors or willingness to work

towards Degree in adult nursing.

Experience

People management and leadership.

Ability to give sound advice to other

staff groups

Understanding of clinical governance

and its application to practice

Audit

Budget/resource awareness

Skills

Change management

Special knowledge / expertise

Professional nursing issues

General nursing knowledge

IV therapy

Palliative Care

Tissue viability/Pressure Damage prevention

Basic counselling skills

Ability to demonstrate what

evidence based practice is

and how this leads to clinical

effectiveness

Disposition, adjustment, attitude and commitment

Ability to make decisions and to accept

personal accountability for one’s own

actions

Ability to attend required training

sessions/courses, which are required

by the remit of the post

Understanding of local policies and

procedures and able to work to these

guidelines, ensuring others do so too

Ability to prioritise work of self and

Others

Adaptable and flexible

Ability to work under pressure

Attention to detail

Team worker

Dynamic and self-motivated

Committed to staff and service

Knowledge of health and safety issues

Commitment to multidisciplinary

working

Practical / intellectual skills

Verbal and written communication skills

Good clinical skills

IT skills

People management

MCH values

Being caring and compassionate

The health and wellbeing of our patients and staff are my priority.

I show kindness and humanity.

I am inclusive and non-discriminatory.

Working in partnership

I ask for, respond to and offer feedback which improves the quality of our services.

I work effectively as part of my immediate team, the wider organisation and with external partners to achieve shared goals.

I take responsibility and ownership for my area of work and I meet and manage expectations.

Delivering quality and value

I raise my concerns and I am open and honest when things do not go well, learning from successes and mistakes.

I make the most of resources and reduce waste and inefficiencies.

I seek out, share and actively participate in new ideas and ways of working.

These are the core values and behaviours expected of all roles within MCH and individual performance in relation to the values is assessed in your PDR. A full description is available from your manager and the intranet.

This advert closes on Friday 22 Oct 2021

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