As an experienced registered nurse, you are responsible for supervising and assisting in all aspects of delivery of care to service users. This is in accordance with Care Standards Act 2000, and with the NMC Code of Practice.
You will be expected to develop, implement and evaluate programmes of care as directed by the Nurse Manager. To continuously improve your skills and knowledge in Clinical Practice, Palliative Care, Rehabilitation.
You will maintain effective communication and promote professional caring and partnership - working in accordance with the Care Centre's philosophy of care.
Participate in clinical supervision and promote professional caring in partnership working.
Attend training as required.
Supervise during your period on duty. Maintain accountability for assessing, planning, implementing, and evaluating programmes of care. Provide information that enables residents to make choices about their care and life styles.
Maintain a safe working environment.
Recognise and respond promptly to emergency incidents and situations.
Be able to undertake nursing procedures such as taking blood samples, Catheterisation, PEG Feeding. Contribute to the setting and monitoring of measurable standards of care. Uphold initiatives to improve customer care.
Participate in the audit process.
Mainain an awareness of budgeting.
Act as first point of call for team members. Supervise those parts of the induction proces that are delegated to Team Leaders.
The position offers a basic of between 24 and 36 hours per week, depending on the care centre requirements.
Enhanced pay rates are applicable for evening and weekend shifts.
An enhanced CRB will be required.
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