To take the lead in ensuring evidence based, safe, effective pre registration and registered nurse education to include facilitation of compliance with mandatory and statutory training for both Registered and Non- Registered staff is in place across neonatal services at LWH and AHCH.Main duties of the job
Be responsible for providing professional leadership, clinical innovations and practice developments that advance neonatal nursing across both LWH and AHCH sites .
Be responsible for facilitating and teaching on induction and qualification in speciality courses.
Be responsible for developing a framework for lifelong learning on the neonatal unit andfor maintaining training standards by developing evidence-based guidelines and policies.About us
Liverpool Women's delivers the highest standards of care for women, babies and their families. It is an exciting environment to work in and a great place to develop your career.
We value the contribution of individual talent and are committed to having a workforce that is representative of the local community. We will consider requests for flexible working
Our core value is to 'Be Kind'
and we have an ambition to 'Be Brilliant'
with the best people, giving the safest care, to provide outstanding experiences.
The Trust is constantly innovating and evolving it's services to provide the most cutting edge care possible. We have long-term aspirations for the future. https://www.liverpoolwomens.nhs.uk/about-us/our-future/planning-for-future-generations/
We are committed to creating a greener Liverpool Women's https://www.liverpoolwomens.nhs.uk/media/4095/our-green-plan.pdf
https://www.liverpoolwomens.nhs.uk/media/4121/recruitment-pack-great-place-to-work-16pp-v4-final.pdfJob descriptionJob responsibilities
Function as a senior clinical practitioner on the neonatal unit, using expert knowledge and skills to achieve optimum outcome for the neonate and family in collaboration with the multidisciplinary team.
Promote practice developments by encouraging and participating in clinical audit and nurse led research.
The successful candidate will function as senior clinical practitioners within the Neonatal service and may rotate to AHCH using expert knowledge and skills to achieve optimum outcome for the neonate and family in collaboration with the multi-disciplinary team.
They will be responsible for co-ordinating, supervising and supporting neonatal staff in the clinical areas.
They will take a lead role in facilitating QIS and FiN teaching and clinical placementsPerson SpecificationSkills Knowledge and AptitudesEssential
Desirable Qualifications and LearningEssential
- Credible leader with the ability to empower and develop those working within the clinical environment
- Evidence of teaching / presentation skills
- Excellent clinical skills
- Problem recognition and solving and problem-solving skills, including conflict resolution and management of change Excellent written and verbal communication
- Excellent interpersonal skills ability to develop and maintain good working relationships with staff from a variety of backgrounds
- Ability to work autonomously and prioritise own workload.
- Ability to understand, evaluate, analyse and present complex data.
- Ability to challenge practice in a positive and constructive manner.
- Dynamic and well-motivated. Ability to deliver on deadlines
- Nursing / Midwifery qualification
- Recognised teaching qualification
- Qualified in Speciality
- Leadership course
- Evidence of ongoing academic studies at master's level
- Minimal 5yr neonatal experience
- Experience at Band 6/7 level working as a core member of the MDT
- Experience of delivery of key clinical skills training
- Competent to deliver care in all areas
- Evidence of Leadership
- Evidence of service development
- Delivered post registration specialist training locally, regionally and nationally
- Evidence of project management/ quality improvement
- Evidence of research activity
- Evidence of change management
- Enthusiastic, motivated, and committed to neonatal nursing
- Excellent communication skills
- Consistently role models the values of Liverpool Women's Hospital
- Calm, approachable, Reliable Flexible and responsive to change
- Member of Neonatal interest group
Employer detailsEmployer name
- Cross site working
- Flexible approach to working / local and shift patterns
Liverpool Women's NHS Foundation TrustAddress
Liverpool Women's Hospital
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