After a new Challenge?
The Liver unit at the Queen Elizabeth Hospital Birmingham is one of the world's biggest and leading liver units. Are you an experienced nurse with transferable skills? Do you have an interest in liver disease and transplantation? We have an exciting opportunity to recruit a Band 7 Liver Recipient Transplant Co-ordinator to join our team.
You will be responsible for the co-ordination of patient care throughout their transplant journey. You will provide patient support and education through expert knowledge, working closely with the transplant team and wider MDT. You will be the patient's advocate working closely with inpatient and outpatient services and community teams. We are looking for someone who works well in a team, has excellent interpersonal skills, is resourceful, a good communicator, can share ideas and be able to prioritise your workload.
On completion of the competencies you will work as a proactive, autonomous practitioner working 24hr on-calls receiving organ offers, setting up transplants, liaising with MDT, working across site at Birmingham Children's Hospital and being the contact for our transplant patients.
It is essential that you contact Sarah Banks, Lead Liver Recipient Transplant Co-ordinator on 01213715031 for more information or to arrange an inform visit.
Please watch the video on the trust face book page to find out more about the liver unit.Main duties of the job
The post holder will be professionally accountable for the maintenance of standards and professional practice as set by Trust Policies & the NMC. Provide expert nursing advice to a cohort of patients referred for specialist intervention, care and support within the services, being a point of contact for assessment, information and advice for the patient, family and all staff involved in the care of the patients. As part of a CNS team the post holder will assume a lead role in a sub-speciality area of practice, developing guidance, analysing data and outcomes and identifying areas of change. Support the development of staff caring for patients through support, formal education, practice development and role modelling. To teach and act as a facilitator and supervisor and mentor to other staff. As an expert nurse the post holder will practice autonomously, working independently within their scope of clinical practice and in conjunction with other relevant clinical staff. The post holder will assist with clinical development in maintaining and improving all aspects of clinical governance, evidence based practice and quality assurance and monitoring within the service and speciality. Use a range of techniques to ensure, set and monitor standards of clinical practice, audit, research and teaching. Participate in a 24 hour on call rota coordinating patient enquiries and assuming responsibility for the coordination of the National Organs Retrieval Service as required.About us
We are recognised as one of the leading NHS Foundation Trusts in the UK. Our vision is to Build Healthier Lives, and we recognise that we need incredible staff to do this.
Our commitment to our staff is to create the best place for them to work, and we are dedicated to:
Investing in the health and wellbeing of our staff, including a commitment of offering flexible working where we can Offer our staff a wide variety of training and development opportunities, to support their personal and career development objectives.
UHB is committed to ensuring that our staff are treated fairly and feel that they belong, by creating a kind and inclusive environment. This is about equity of opportunity removing all barriers, including discrimination and ensuring each individual member of staff reach their true potential, achieve their ambitions and thrive in their work. This is more than words. We are taking action. Our commitment to an inclusive culture is embedded at all levels of the organisation where every voice is heard, driven by our diverse and active staff networks, and at Board level by the Fairness Taskforce led by our CEO. We nurture a culture which empowers staff to challenge discriminatory behaviours and to enable people to bring their 'whole self' to a kinder, more connected and bold place to work.Job descriptionJob responsibilities
*Please Note*: For a detailed job description for this vacancy, please see attached Job Description*Person SpecificationQualificationsEssential
- Registered Nurse on the NMC Register.
- Professional knowledge acquired at Masters level supplemented by specialist training , experience and short courses to degree / Masters Level , FHEQ Level 6/ 7 equivalent
- Post registration qualification/experience in solid organ transplantation
- Recognised mentorship course
- Willingness to undertake Non-Medical Prescribing Course
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- Evidence and ability to revalidate as required by the NMC
- Significant experience as a at B6 or above in defined or associated speciality
- Extensive experience of working autonomously at a specialist level
- Evidence of achievements and career development in current post and of ongoing professional development/competence.
- Demonstrate expert knowledge underpinned by theory and CPD relevant to speciality
- Experience and enthusiasm for developing educational programmes and teaching / assessing and supervising others in a clinical setting.
- Working in a multi-disciplinary and cross agency work environment
- Experience of patient service user advocacy role
- Can demonstrate expert nursing knowledge with an ability to assess, plan , implement and evaluate specialist care delivered to patients and give advice and information to
- patients/relatives/ care staff
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