What do you value in your nursing role? We are a team of highly skilled, dedicated and caring nurses who strive to make a difference to the local people within our community, who use our services. Caring is at the heart of what we do and this motivates us to deliver the best quality care we can . We are proud of our recent achievement within our CQC report 2022 for our end of life community service, which was judged to be 'outstanding' in the caring domain.We are looking for caring, compassionate and hardworking nurses, who want to make a difference. Job satisfaction is an important part of maintaining a happy and motivated workforce, employees want to go home feeling that they have made a difference to service users and also value the support they provide to colleagues during their working day. Main duties of the job
As a community nursing team our service covers 8am to 8pm. As a member of the team you would be expected to work either part time or full time over a shift system which includes early and late shifts across 7 days including weekends and bank holidays. As a trust we have an excellent flexible working policy and work in partnership with our staff to meet the needs of the service.
We are a modern trust, which means whilst on the go you'll be equipped for mobile working (using a laptop and smart phone device) not only is this safer because you will have access all patient information at your fingertips, it also means you can complete records and any other patient paperwork in real time, so you can then focus all your attention on your next patient.About us
At Gloucestershire Health and Care NHS Foundation Trust, we are supportive of the people we care for in the community and aim to provide a fully responsive service to everyone who needs it. This is the same approach we take for our employees. We look to value the skills and experiences of those we work with, whether they are service users, carers, families or those looking to work with us.
Gloucestershire Health and Care NHS Foundation Trust is part of the NHS. We treat NHS patients according to NHS principles and standards. The difference is the Trust is accountable to local people, rather than to Government, and so we are able to work closely with our community to develop services in the way that best suits the needs of local people.
Our Staff Survey results showed people at our Trust feel they are engaged, part of a team and work for a compassionate and inclusive organisation.
Our overall scores were better than average in eight of nine themes and level in one - the best overall results for a community, mental health and learning disabilities Trust in the south west and first equal amongst all sector NHS providers within the region too.Job descriptionJob responsibilities
Gloucestershire Health and Care is committed to embedding and providing personalised care through all of its services as part of our high-quality care strategy. The purpose of personalised care is to empower people to lead the lives they want to live. Personalised care starts with a conversation with people about what matters to them. It builds on what people can do, as well as addressing their health needs. Including new ways of working and delivering care, emphasising that we need to make effective use of the full range of our peoples skills and experience to deliver the best possible patient care. So we want to know What Matters to You and that you will share our values and join us on this very important journey. The qualification, training & experience requirements for the role are underlined in the Job Description/Person Specification. Please refer to the Additional Information attachment before submitting your application.
We provide a Multi-professional preceptorship programme that is aligned to the National Preceptorship Framework for Nursing and have been awarded the Interim quality mark from NHS England. Our programme is provided to all Newly Qualified Nurses, Nursing Associates, Internationally Educated Practitioners, Allied Health Professionals and Return to Practice Practitioners. In addition to the programme we also offer all preceptees the opportunity of enrolling and completing the level 7 (Masters) 15 credit validated module Preceptorship for Healthcare (AP7026).
Newly qualified Social Workers are offered the Assessed and Supported Year in Employment programme (ASYE) which is similar to a preceptorship programme.Person SpecificationQualificationsEssential
- Nursing degree or diploma
- Willingness to undertake further training
- NMC registered
- Evidence of continued learning
- Evidence of working without direct supervision
- Experience of working with students or learners in practice
Employer detailsEmployer name
- Previous experience of Community Nursing
- Evidence of post registration training
- Teaching and assessing qualification
Gloucestershire Health and Care NHS Foundation TrustAddress
Cotswold ICT - Cirencester Hospital
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