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CMDU Nurse

The Royal Wolverhampton NHS Trust
£28,407 to £34,581 a year per annum pro rata
Closing date
1 Jun 2023

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Band 5
Contract Type
Full Time
Job summary

An exciting opportunity has arisen to join our friendly team at The Royal Wolverhampton Trust as the CMDU Staff Nurse. The CMDU supports patients across the Black Country ICB providing clinical triage, assessment, prescribing and treatment for vulnerable COVID-19 Positive Patients.

This post offers an outstanding opportunity to be part of the on the delivery of a Black Country wide service that will develop your skills and specialist knowledge in this clinical area. You will utilise your skills and experience of delivering excellent patient-centred care to deliver a gold standard service.

The successful candidate will be an integral member of our well-established CMDU team, supporting clinical excellence and operational efficiencies. We are looking for an enthusiastic, dynamic and committed nurse with excellent clinical and communication skills to join the CMDU treatment service for our CMDU patients across the Black Country ICB.

The successful candidate with be based within Royal Wolverhampton NHS Trust and will provide Clinical Triage for COVID-19 positive patients.

Do you think you are the right person for this post?What are you waiting for, join us on this journey at the Royal Wolverhampton NHS Trust.

Main duties of the job

You will work as part of the CMDU team to provide the following services:
  • Undertake time sensitive clinical triage of COVID-19 positive patients
  • Participate in service improvement projects
  • Support safe administration and Medication Governance
  • Review and develop treatment guidelines, policies and procedures
  • Participate in the training of the wider clinical teams
  • Provide support to other CMDU functions or services across the Trust during times of reduced CMDU demand

Applicants must be a registered clinical professional, have the ability to demonstrate clinical experience and competence in a broad range of medical and/or surgical specialties.

About us

The Royal Wolverhampton NHS Trust is one of the largest NHS trusts in the West Midlands providing primary, acute and community services and we are incredibly proud of the diversity of both our staff and the communities we serve. We are building a workforce that can help us to fulfil our values, improve the quality of care for patients, and solve the health care problems of tomorrow. We're passionate about the value that diversity of thinking and lived experience brings in enabling us to become a learning organisation and leader in delivering compassionate care for our patients.

We are delighted that we have been rated as \Good by CQC. We have achieved numerous awards; The Nursing Times Best Diversity and Inclusion Practice and Best UK Employer of the Year for Nursing Staff in 2020.

The Trust is a supportive working environment committed to creating flexible working arrangements that suit your needs and as such will consider all requests from applicants who wish to work flexibly.

Job description

Job responsibilities

Please refer to the Main duties above and attached Job description and person specification attached to this advert.

Please complete your application form in full outlining and providing examples of how you meet each of the criteria listed below. This includes both essential and desirablecriteria.

Person Specification



  • Registered Clinical Professional (e.g. NMC)
  • to demonstrate clinical experience and competence in a broad range of medical and/or surgical specialties relevant to post.



  • Experience of Clinical Triage


  • Experience of working in a CMDU



  • Ability to demonstrate excellent organisational, time management, prioritisation and leadership skills
  • Commitment to and evidence of formal continuous professional development (CPD)
  • Experience of implementing or delivering the objectives of cost/service improvement programmes


  • Ability to work independently and manage time effectively
  • Ability to effectively work in multi-disciplinary teams
  • Evidence of undertaking audits and participating in clinical research
  • Ability to demonstrate specialist knowledge of COVID-19 Treatments

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