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Band 6 Early Intervention Senior Nurse

Birmingham Community Healthcare NHS Foundation Trust
£35,392 to £42,618 a year
Closing date
1 Jun 2023

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Band 6
Contract Type
Full Time
Job summary

Looking for a new opportunity to develop your Nursing skills in rehabilitation?

Want to live in the youngest city in Europe? Truly cosmopolitan with a diverse population of over 1.1 million, Birmingham has the largest open space in Europe and fantastic network links to the rest of the UK.

Look no further, we have an exciting opportunity for an experienced Senior Nurse to join our Early Intervention Community Team within Birmingham Community Health Care NHS Foundation Trust, the largest community trust in the country.

Part of a wider Early Intervention programme, which has so far delivered: 77000 fewer acute bed days used, 19000 fewer non-acute bed days and people spend 11.5 fewer days in the system. Overall having an impact of �25.8million saved for Birmingham to reinvest in Health and Social Care developments.

You will be joining a community team in the midst of one of the largest Health and Social Care transformations in the country, with exciting changes and developments, preventing avoidable hospital admissions, and facilitating early hospital discharge, plus the added bonus of Birmingham being a fantastic place to work and live.

Main duties of the job

Work in accordance with the NMC Code of professional Conduct.

Be aware of and adhere to BCHC policy and procedures.

Be aware of and adhere to BCHC policy and procedures.

Carry out comprehensive holistic assessments of the care needs of people referred to the service seeking support and advice from senior colleagues in situations that are outside the post holder's sphere of competence.

With support where necessary from senior colleagues, plan, implement and evaluate programmes of care designed to maintain the patient in his/her own home.

In situations where the patient cannot be maintained safely at home facilitate admission to the most appropriate setting.

Actively promote participation by the team in current quality initiatives for example, falls prevention.

Manage own time effectively and prioritise workload.

Facilitate teaching and supervision for less experience members of staff.

Promote health by collaborative working with patients and their relatives.

Demonstrate teach and supervise basic nursing care that families can safely provide between visits.

In conjunction with therapist on the team, measure for and order special adaption's and equipment indicated by the assessment and plan of care.

About us

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Job description

Job responsibilities

For further details on the main responsibilities, please see the attached job description and person specification

Person Specification

Qualifications /Training


  • Registered Nurse level 1 Evidence of up to date Post registration education.



  • Rehabilitation care setting for older adults experience in working in the community part of a multidisciplinary team. Competent in IV drugs Administration and cannulation



  • Significant experience as a registered nurse including working in a rehabilitation setting or care of the older adult
  • Experience working as a registered nurse in the community
  • Significant experience of a multidisciplinary approach to care
  • Competent in IV drug administration and cannulation

Other job requirement


  • Willing to work flexible hours including weekends and B.H Ability to work across Various Sites in Birmingham . candidate should have a full UK driving Licence .

Personal qualities


  • Good interpersonal and Leadership skills Ability to work as team player

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