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Bank Health Visitor band 6 - South west

Central London Community Health Trust
£18.80 to £22.92 an hour pay + HCAS + 12.07% Holiday pay
Closing date
7 Jun 2024

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o To plan, organize and evaluate an innovative health visiting service, and where appropriate,delegate to other members of the Health Visiting team to ensure delivery of a quality serviceo To deliver the healthy child programme and work in partnership with families to develop andagree tailored health plans to address their parenting and health needs.o To actively participate in service development activities.o To work in collaboration with other health care and service providers to ensure seamlessdelivery of services for clients and communities

Main duties of the job

  • providing health advice and health education programmes
  • undertaking developmental assessments of babies and children
  • helping people come to terms with issues such as postnatal depression
  • establishing and addressing key health needs
  • referral to and liaison with other relevant organisations
  • assessing parenting skills and children's home situations, and offering parents any further support that may be needed
  • working with other professionals such as social workers, GPs and school nurses

About us

CLCH NHS Trust is currently re-shaping the way Health Visitors work, looking at new and innovative practices to improve health across London. This includes agile working and provision of laptops to all staff.

Job description

Job responsibilities

To provide a skilled, effective and evidence based health visiting service to clients in a varietyof community settings. To apply specialist skills and knowledge in the delivery of the health visiting service. To consult, advise and educate individuals and families on good health care practices. To develop health profiles of the defined population and local communities, identifyinghealth needs of disadvantaged groups and targeting outreach services to meet their needs. To identify, prioritise and implement programmes of care that meets the public health needsof the population. To provide parenting skills support and information both through coordinating /participatingin parenting groups and one to one home visits to families, especially those children andfamilies identified with complex health needs/vulnerabilities To provide health assessments, advice and education to families and individuals of all ages inthe population group, prioritising services appropriate to local public health and populationneed. To develop and implement regular health promotion initiatives on specific health issues and.

Person Specification



  • Good literacy and numeracy, general education
  • NVQ Admin Level 3 in Administration or Equivalent
  • European Computer Driving Licence (ECDL) or equivalent



  • Secretarial and administrative experience in an office environment
  • Experience of working with the general public in a customer or client-facing role
  • Experience of inputting to databases, spreadsheets and/or other IT Systems and business applications used in the office environment
  • Experience of taking, producing and distributing notes as directed

Skills and knowledge


  • Understanding of the need for confidentiality
  • Understanding of Equal Opportunities
  • Ability to create and structure office systems e.g. filing, stationery and equipment ordering
  • Competent in the use of Microsoft Office (e.g. Word, PowerPoint, Excel, and Outlook )
  • Accurate copy typing
  • Excellent verbal and written skills
  • Able to meet the required IT Skills for the post

Employer details

Employer name

Central London Community Health Trust



Robson Avenue


NW10 3RY

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824-BANK- 0577679874

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