If you are a Swansea Bay
University Health Board employee and are applying for this post as a secondment, agreement for the secondment is needed from your current manager prior to application.
12 months (Fixed term / secondment for 12 months due to funding)
An exciting opportunity has arisen to join the health visiting team in Swansea. The post holder will be a registered Nurse and work with the wider health and multi -agency skill mix team to deliver services to Children and Young People. They will assist in delivering the Healthy Child Wales Programme (HCWP) as delegated and supervised by the SCPHN. They will be part of an innovative team that works collaboratively and in partnership with other disciplines and agencies to improve the health and wellbeing of individuals, families and communities. The Registered Nurse will be released to attend the SCPHN programme and on completion will be eligible to apply for SCPHN posts as they become available.Main duties of the job
To work with the health visiting team in Swansea and wider multi agency team to deliver services to Children and young people. The post holder will deliver the Healthy Child Wales Programme as delegated and supervised by the SCPHN.Be responsible for a caseload delegated by the SCPHN, delivering components of the Universal Healthy Child Wales Programme either in the home or clinic setting. This will involve assessing, planning, implementing and evaluating client care and providing advice. Plan, organise and participate in activities for children, young people and families e.g. clinics, health education groups, screening, home visits and drop-in sessions. Undertake home visits to children and young people as delegated by the SCPHN and participate in the assessment of care needs and implement a planned programme of care. To carry out ongoing assessments of needs and report progress / changes to the SCPHN. Participate in the immunisation programmes in line with the Healthy Child WalesProgramme. This may include domiciliary immunisations. Complete and participate in developmental reviews of children and young people asdelegated by the SCPHN and in accordance with the Healthy Child Wales Programme.
The ability to speak Welsh is desirable for this post English and/or Welsh speakers are equally welcome to apply.About us
We believe staff are our best asset and we want you to be happy and confident about starting your career here in Swansea Bay University Health Board.As one of the biggest healthcare groups in the UK we can offer a wealth of professional training and development opportunities in an innovative, forward-thinking organisation.You might be a nurse or doctor, maybe you specialise in a health science/therapy or can offer skills in one of our support services - we have a job for you.There are also apprenticeships, work placements and volunteering roles available.We are an inclusive employer and welcome applications from everyone whatever their sex religion or belief race age sexual orientation gender identity or, whether they are pregnant or have recently been on maternity leave, married or are in a civil partnership or, whether they are disabled.Our values - Caring For Each Other, Working Together and Always Improving, show that our commitment to equality is at the heart of everything we do.If you want excellent career and training opportunities while living on the doorstep of some of Europe's most spectacular scenery, with all the benefits of a thriving and cosmopolitan city - look no further.Job descriptionJob responsibilities
You will be able to find a full Job description and Person Specification attached within the supporting documents or please click Apply now to view in Trac.
The health visiting team in Swansea aspires to be driven by the values of Swansea bay University Health Board where every person that works for us, regardless of their role, is expected to demonstrate the values of caring for each other, working together and always improving. As a service we believe in a nurturing supportive ethos to ensure Staff will thrive and reach their full potential within the service. Innovation will be encouraged and professional development within the confines of local, national and international policies.Person SpecificationQualificationsEssential
- Degree/diploma level
- NMC registrant
DesirableEssential Employer detailsEmployer name
- Enhanced communication skills
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