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Registered Nurse - band 5-7 - Hertfordshire

Employer
Central London Community Healthcare NHS Trust
Location
Hertfordshire
Salary
£14.07 to £26.30 an hour Basic pay + HCAS + 12.07% Holiday pay + Unsocial hours
Closing date
23 May 2024

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Profession
Nurse
Grade
Band 5
Hours
Part Time
Registered Nurse

Are you a registered nurse or a registered nurse with community experience?

Are you keen to use your clinical skills in a rewarding role but unable to commit to a permanent position right now?

This is an exciting time to join our bank, with a new friendly and supportive team. We can offer you regular yet flexible working patterns, that allow you to make a real difference to services and patients and become an integral part of a cohesive team. As the largest community NHS trust in - Hertfordshire we can support you to develop your experience, working as part of multi-skilled teams across a huge range of different locations and care settings

Main duties of the job

Essential criteria for this post

Applicants should either be on the SCPHN register or a registered nurse able to demonstrate at least 1 year of previous experience of nursing work with skills covering wound care, catheters and medication administration.

About us

Why join?
  • Earn more per hour - bank rates are higher than agency and include holiday pay. We also cover your expenses and provide free uniforms
  • See the best shifts first - bank staff get priority over all agency workers
  • Book the shifts you want on your phone - build your own rota on our bank booking system
  • Get 24x7 support from our friendly Staff Bank team - a local teamdedicated to helping you
  • Access NHS benefits - such as NHS pension contributions and discounts
  • Access Trust benefits - get support with your career development and mental health
  • Become part of an integrated team - feel more valued and supported in your work

Weekly pay will include: Basic pay + HCAS + 12.07% Holiday pay + Unsocial hours (If applicable)

Job description

Job responsibilities

  • Recent clinical nursing experience negotiating and liaising within a multidisciplinary team
  • Working with people with complex health needs
  • Supporting students and other learners e.g. HCAs teaching others in the practice environment
  • Experience of undertaking general assessment by utilising evidence based care.
  • Previous experience in the Nursing process, care planning and fluent in record keeping
  • Experience of providing holistic care that involves the multidisciplinary team


Person Specification

Education/Qualification

Essential

  • Registered Nurse (RN)
  • NMC Registration


Desirable

  • Evidence of other post-registration education and training


Experience

Essential

  • Recent clinical nursing experience negotiating and liaising within a multidisciplinary team
  • Working with people with complex health needs
  • Supporting students and other learners e.g. HCAs teaching others in the practice environment
  • Experience of undertaking general assessment by utilising evidence based care.
  • Previous experience in the Nursing process, care planning and fluent in record keeping
  • Experience of providing holistic care that involves the multidisciplinary team


Desirable

  • Experience of training other students
  • Participation in audit research projects service development
  • Post registration experience in a NHS community environment


Skills and Knowledge

Essential

  • Knowledge of out of hospital care and the role of the Community Nurse
  • Ability to listen effectively and ability to give constructive feedback to clients and colleagues
  • Time management skills.
  • Knowledge of how Equal Opportunities can be implemented in practice
  • Knowledge of reasonable response to service user needs and prioritising and dealing with those needs with a required urgency
  • Awareness of the management and use of data in the NHS setting
  • Knowledge of risks involved in working in the community.
  • Knowledge of evidence based practice.
  • Knowledge of management of long term condition e.g. Diabetes and an understanding of the concept of self- management.
  • Knowledge of infection control
  • Knowledge of general wound care
  • Promotion of continence
  • Literacy and numeracy skills


Desirable

  • Knowledge of recent government legislation and changes in community care delivery
  • Understanding of resource management
  • Knowledge of the audit process


Other

Essential

  • Ability to work in a team and be a proactive member and able to engage in change process in the team.
  • Ability to organise and participate in weekly work allocation and be able to prioritise and delegate effectively
  • Ability to assess a situation and act promptly
  • Ability to implement learning in practice and inform others.
  • Ability to communicate well verbally and in writing such as computerised documentation and data entry
  • Ability to facilitate and support students and HCAs
  • Car Driver


Desirable

  • Ability to critically analyse and evaluate research relevant to practice.


Employer details

Employer name

Central London Community Health Trust

Address

Hertfordshire

Hertfordshire

WD25 9FG

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824-BANK-0367578

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