TEES COMMUNITY NURSING TEAMS - 16 hrs Per Week (9 months fixed term/secondment)
An exciting opportunity has arisen for registered nurses to apply for a community staff nurse post which will be attached to a Primary Care Network (PCN)in East Cleveland, to provide coordinated care through integrated teams.
Primary Care Networks signal a significant change in the way practices interact not only with each other, but the wider health and social care system. This will enable the traditional barriers to the delivery of health and care to be broken down to enable care to be delivered to a defined patient population, in a different way to meet the needs of that population, focused on prevention and personalisation of care, making best use of resources collectively.
The NHS Long Term Plan introduced PCNs as essential building blocks of every Integrated Care System. The successful candidate will have the opportunity to work alongside services within the PCN to improve patient care.Main duties of the job
The community staff nurse will be attached to a caseload of patients where responsibility lies with the District Nursing Sister within the PCN. This role will provide the opportunity to work closely with GP practices and other partners, in supporting patients with highly complex and often high acuity needs to prevent unnecessary hospital admission. This role requires an clinician with excellent, team working and communication skills, to provide patient centred careand delivering effective evidence based care to a defined demographic population with diverse health care and social needs. Care provided within patients own home environments which can often be challenging and requires diverse working.
The successful candidate need to be prepared to adapt to the changing needs of the Trust and the community models of care as they arise.
The centre is committed to providing the right candidate with a development programme that will not only enhance their academic qualifications and nursing interests, but will also provide an excellent foundation for professional development, as well as gaining an insight into the intra-organisational structure and processes.About us
South Tees Hospitals NHS Foundation Trust offers leadership and improvement training to all new staff to the Trust this training programme has been designed to support our leaders in developing their understanding of leadership and management skills. You will be expected to attend the leadership development programme, and the Quality Improvement Programme that the Trust delivers. This programme aims to:
- Explore leadership within the NHS
- Promote Trust Values and Behaviours
- Develop your Leadership effectiveness and skills
- Practitioner level in quality improvement, equipping you with the skills to champion, lead and complete quality improvement within your role
After you complete this four and a half days of training you will be able to explore further leadership and improvement training opportunities, we offer further in-house courses dependent upon your role and bitesize programmes and leadership apprenticeships at level 3,5 and 7Job descriptionJob responsibilitiesPlease see the full job description and person specification document(s) for main responsibilities of the role .Person SpecificationEducation and QualificationsEssential
- Registered as fit to practice by the Nursing and Midwifery Council (NMC).
Knowledge & SkillsEssential
- Experience working within an acute or community setting
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- Effectively prioritises and co-ordinates own work
- Ability to use initiative to make a decision within sphere of work and/or knowledge recognising where assistance is required
- Commitment to the needs of the service including a flexible and adaptable approach in the work environment/ work practices
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