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Staff Nurse

National Health Service

Cheadle, NW
2 days ago
Cheadle, NW
£34k - £34k Per Year
2 days ago
£34k - £34k Per Year

Job Reference: J338-A-21-1027

Employer:
Care and Custody
Department:
GMP
Location:
Cheadle
Salary:
£34,000

Care & Custody – a Mitie Company are looking for highly skilled Nurses and Paramedics to join our existing Custody healthcare teams working with National Police Forces.

Care & Custody HCPs are RGNs or Paramedics who are qualified Healthcare Professionals working in partnership with 12 National Police Forces & 4 SARCS, to pro-actively reduce re-offending and care for detainees in police custody. We are looking for exceptional people to join our teams where you can become a key member of a highly respected organisation.


Job title: Healthcare Professional (Registered General Nurse / Paramedic)

Salary: £34,000 per annum

Full time and part time positions available

Care & Custody – a Mitie Company are looking for highly skilled Nurses and Paramedics to join our existing Custody healthcare teams working with National Police Forces.

Care & Custody HCPs are RGNs or Paramedics who are qualified Healthcare Professionals working in partnership with 12 National Police Forces & 4 Sexual Assault Referral Centres, to pro-actively reduce re-offending and care for detainees in police custody. We are looking for exceptional people to join our teams where you can become a key member of a highly respected organisation.

Working in nursing, you will already have a passion for caring for others and achieve great satisfaction from seeing an unwell individual returning to health. In Care & Custody, that passion is of even greater importance to us: we care for some of the most vulnerable people in society who are taken into custody suites. Operating with a much higher level of autonomy and independence to the NHS, your actions can be lifesaving when you consider the physical and mental challenges of people with who often have a high dependency on drugs and alcohol and exhibit difficult behaviours.

Your impact on their lives should not be under-estimated: many of our staff are most proud of how their care and support, particularly with young people, can change the direction of their lives for the better. It’s not just about the highest clinical standards, but also your ability to listen, understand and help people: they will often open to you, more than they would to a police officer, giving opportunity to identify root causes and connect them with relevant services that could truly help them.

You would be joining an HCP-Led mission that is growing nationally, as the market-leader in health care support for police services: and viewed as a front-line hero by the police and some of the detainees you bring back from the brink.

You must aspire to work as an autonomous practitionerin a fast-paced environment and lead developing medical emergencies. A&E experience is advantageous but working in other acute settings (however broad) will also be considered. You will bejoining a team of over 260 national HCP's where we pride ourselves on continuously raising clinical standards,with development programmes accredited by Teesside University, including the opportunity to achieve The Faculty of Forensic and Legal Medicine’s Licentiate Award and / or PGCert in Advanced Nursing in Forensic Practice.

What’s involved:

  • Assessment & care of detainees and staff in custody suites.
  • Forensic sampling, including road traffic offence bloods.
  • Mental health and substance misuse assessments and management.
  • Providing substance misuse therapies whilst in custody.
  • Healthcare promotion, brief interventions & self-harm reduction.
  • Referrals and Signposting to support wider vulnerabilities the reduction of re-offending.
  • Working collaboratively with Liaison and Diversion colleagues to identify wider vulnerabilities.

You could be a good fit for this role if you:

  • Are a qualified Adult RGN or Paramedic with a real passion for developing your clinical and wider skills in an environment that is ever changing?
  • Have a minimum of 2 years post qualification experience as an Adult RGN or Paramedic with PIN
  • Have a flexible approach working within a team that encourage new ideas and opinions on how to improve the service.
  • Thrive working autonomously
  • Show initiative when it comes to handling a wide range of situations

Additional Information

As part of Mitie Group, and organisation with over 77,000 employees, there are opportunities to progress and learn to manage others with competitive salary (no enhancements), comparable to Band 6 nursing, with the option for overtime, salaries increase if you achieve Senior and Lead roles. You’ll join the MiDeals discount scheme with over 3000 offers available from your favourite retailers, leisure, and utilities companies.



Training and Benefits

We provide professional development (accredited by Teesside University). Our teams have been developed with this accredited training and taken advantage of career pathway development opportunities in our "HCP Led" service. For exceptional team members looking to progress their skillset within forensics we will offer opportunities to take your career to the next level. including the opportunity to achieve a The Faculty of Forensic and Legal Medicine’s Licentiate Award and / or PGCert in Advanced Nursing in Forensic Practice. .

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Staff Nurse

National Health Service

Cheadle, NW
6 days ago
Cheadle, NW
£34k - £34k Per Year
6 days ago
£34k - £34k Per Year

Job Reference: J338-A-21-1026

Employer:
Care and Custody
Department:
GMP
Location:
Cheadle
Salary:
£34,000

Care & Custody – a Mitie Company are looking for highly skilled Nurses and Paramedics to join our existing Custody healthcare teams working with National Police Forces.

Care & Custody HCPs are RGNs or Paramedics who are qualified Healthcare Professionals working in partnership with 12 National Police Forces & 4 SARCS, to pro-actively reduce re-offending and care for detainees in police custody. We are looking for exceptional people to join our teams where you can become a key member of a highly respected organisation.


Job title: Healthcare Professional (Registered General Nurse / Paramedic)

Salary: £34,000 per annum

Full time and part time positions available

Care & Custody – a Mitie Company are looking for highly skilled Nurses and Paramedics to join our existing Custody healthcare teams working with National Police Forces.

Care & Custody HCPs are RGNs or Paramedics who are qualified Healthcare Professionals working in partnership with 12 National Police Forces & 4 Sexual Assault Referral Centres, to pro-actively reduce re-offending and care for detainees in police custody. We are looking for exceptional people to join our teams where you can become a key member of a highly respected organisation.

Working in nursing, you will already have a passion for caring for others and achieve great satisfaction from seeing an unwell individual returning to health. In Care & Custody, that passion is of even greater importance to us: we care for some of the most vulnerable people in society who are taken into custody suites. Operating with a much higher level of autonomy and independence to the NHS, your actions can be lifesaving when you consider the physical and mental challenges of people with who often have a high dependency on drugs and alcohol and exhibit difficult behaviours.

Your impact on their lives should not be under-estimated: many of our staff are most proud of how their care and support, particularly with young people, can change the direction of their lives for the better. It’s not just about the highest clinical standards, but also your ability to listen, understand and help people: they will often open to you, more than they would to a police officer, giving opportunity to identify root causes and connect them with relevant services that could truly help them.

You would be joining an HCP-Led mission that is growing nationally, as the market-leader in health care support for police services: and viewed as a front-line hero by the police and some of the detainees you bring back from the brink.

You must aspire to work as an autonomous practitionerin a fast-paced environment and lead developing medical emergencies. A&E experience is advantageous but working in other acute settings (however broad) will also be considered. You will bejoining a team of over 260 national HCP's where we pride ourselves on continuously raising clinical standards,with development programmes accredited by Teesside University, including the opportunity to achieve The Faculty of Forensic and Legal Medicine’s Licentiate Award and / or PGCert in Advanced Nursing in Forensic Practice.

What’s involved:

  • Assessment & care of detainees and staff in custody suites.
  • Forensic sampling, including road traffic offence bloods.
  • Mental health and substance misuse assessments and management.
  • Providing substance misuse therapies whilst in custody.
  • Healthcare promotion, brief interventions & self-harm reduction.
  • Referrals and Signposting to support wider vulnerabilities the reduction of re-offending.
  • Working collaboratively with Liaison and Diversion colleagues to identify wider vulnerabilities.

You could be a good fit for this role if you:

  • Are a qualified Adult RGN or Paramedic with a real passion for developing your clinical and wider skills in an environment that is ever changing?
  • Have a minimum of 2 years post qualification experience as an Adult RGN or Paramedic with PIN
  • Have a flexible approach working within a team that encourage new ideas and opinions on how to improve the service.
  • Thrive working autonomously
  • Show initiative when it comes to handling a wide range of situations

Additional Information

As part of Mitie Group, and organisation with over 77,000 employees, there are opportunities to progress and learn to manage others with competitive salary (no enhancements), comparable to Band 6 nursing, with the option for overtime, salaries increase if you achieve Senior and Lead roles. You’ll join the MiDeals discount scheme with over 3000 offers available from your favourite retailers, leisure, and utilities companies.



Training and Benefits

We provide professional development (accredited by Teesside University). Our teams have been developed with this accredited training and taken advantage of career pathway development opportunities in our "HCP Led" service. For exceptional team members looking to progress their skillset within forensics we will offer opportunities to take your career to the next level. including the opportunity to achieve a The Faculty of Forensic and Legal Medicine’s Licentiate Award and / or PGCert in Advanced Nursing in Forensic Practice. .

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Community Staff Nurse

National Health Service

Wythenshawe, NW
4 days ago
Wythenshawe, NW
£24.907k - £30.615k Per Year
4 days ago
£24.907k - £30.615k Per Year

Job Reference: 349-LCO-154-21

Employer:
Manchester University NHS Foundation Trust
Department:
Community
Location:
Wythenshawe, Manchester
Salary:
£24,907 - £30,615 p.a. (pro rata)

Manchester University NHS Foundation Trust (MFT) is one of the largest acute Trusts in the UK, employing over 25,000 staff.

We are responsible for running a family of ten hospitals across seven separate sites, providing a wide range of services from comprehensive local general hospital care through to highly specialised regional and national services.

We are the main provider of hospital care to approximately 750,000 people in Manchester and Trafford and the single biggest provider of specialised services in the North West of England. We are also the lead provider for a significant number of specialised services including Breast Care, Vascular, Cardiac, Respiratory, Urology Cancer, Paediatrics, Women’s Services, Ophthalmology and Genomic Medicine.

Our vision is to improve the health and quality of life of our diverse population by building an organisation that:

  • Excels in quality, safety, patient experience, research, innovation and teaching
  • Attracts, develops and retains great people
  • Is recognised internationally as a leading healthcare provider.

We are Manchester Local Care Organisation - an exciting, new public sector organisation that is bringing together NHS community health services and social care services in the city. We’re driven by the aim of improving the health of local people in Manchester by working across organisational boundaries.

The first health and social care staff have been deployed to us from April 2018 and are now starting to work in new ways across the city. Our teams work as one in the neighbourhoods they serve – delivering and designing services in partnership with local people. We also provide key services that work across wider localities and city-wide. We believe that our pioneering approach will make a massive difference to the health of people in our city and we are looking for you to join our team and help us do this.

To be a Community Nurse is to be part of something amazing, which is why we need special people like you – people who stand out from the crowd. If you put the patient at the heart of everything you do and are:
- Adaptable to new roles
- Responsive to change
- Always looking to improve
- Excellent listeners
- Fast learners
-Compassionate carers.
Within MFT, we are currently recruiting a full time staff Nurse to the Integrated Community Nursing site at Etrop Court Wythenshawe . This role will focus on both transitional and on-going care of patients within a community setting:
Being a nurse at our trust is about having access to fantastic learning facilities, supported with development opportunities, it means being trusted, recognised, respected and rewarded.
We offer an exceptional preceptorship package, where our nurses supported to deliver the highest standards of care. We believe this is the way it should be!
We can offer training, flexibility, friendliness and a caring environment in which to work. We provide a number of benefits, which you can view on the attached document.
We are happy to employ newly qualified staff nurses .
Our commitment is further reinforced by our robust Trust Nurse Revalidation Programme – offering an e-portfolio and dedicated individual support.
MFT is recognised as a centre of clinical excellence and provides a wide range of health services to the areas of South Manchester,.
MFT puts patient care at its heart and recruits staff that are open, honest and focused on striving for excellence.
MFT has built an enviable international reputation on five unwavering principles for clinical excellence, research and development, teaching, learning and for treating patients with compassion, respect and dignity.
The hours of the service are from 8am until 10pm over 7 days and a variety of shift patterns will be available.
If you are a already a 1st level registered general nurse or due to compete your training in the next few months, please contact us with any questions or come over for an informal visit.

For further details / informal visits contact:

Jane Syson Nurse Team leader

0161 470 7826

Debbie Smith

0161 470 7826



We may decide to close this vacancy earlier than the published closing date if sufficient applications are received.

Trust policy requires that the cost of submitting & processing the successful applicant/s DBS application be recovered via salary deduction in the first 3 months following start in post. The amount of £29.50(standard disclosure) or £47.50 (enhanced disclosure) If you wish to withdraw once a DBS application has commenced you will be still liable for payment.

MFT is committed to promoting equality of opportunity, celebrating and valuing diversity and eliminating any form of unlawful discrimination across our workforce, ensuring our people are truly representative of the communities we serve. All individuals regardless of race, age, disability, ethnicity, nationality, gender, gender reassignment, sexual orientation, religion or belief, marriage and civil partnership are encouraged to apply for this post.

We welcome applicants from the Armed Forces Community.

Please be aware that all roles at MFT(except Medical and Dental posts) are subject to a probationary period.

If you have any personal requirements that will enable you to participate in our recruitment process please contact a member of the Recruitment Services by phone on 0161 276 6198.

After applying via NHS Jobs, your submitted application will be imported into our preferred Third-party recruitment system - TRAC systems. All subsequent information regarding your application will be generated from apps.trac.jobs. You will not be able to track the progress of your application or receive messages through the NHS Jobs website, and furthermore, as an employer, we will not be able to respond to any e-mails sent to us via the NHS Jobs website. By applying for this post, you are agreeing to MFT transferring the information contained in this application to its preferred applicant management system. If you are appointed to a post information will also be transferred into the national NHS Electronic Staff Records system.

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Staff Nurse

National Health Service

Manchester, NW
2 days ago
Manchester, NW
2 days ago

Staff Nurse

The Christie NHS FT

The closing date is 21 March 2021

Job overview

To provide a high standard of care for patients with haematological malignancies and lymphoma attending the day care unit, working within a recognised framework in accordance with NMC Code of Professional Conduct, The Christie Policies and Health and Safety Legislation.

Main duties of the job

Applications welcome from enthusiastic, motivated nurses who are flexible, display initiative and possess excellent communication skills.

Experience in Haematology / Oncology / Teenage and Young adult (TYA) nursing and chemotherapy administration is desirable. Training and support will be given.

Hours: 37.5 per week, Monday to Friday

About us

ORGANISATIONAL ARRANGEMENTS

Accountable to: 1. Department Sister

  1. Department Senior Sister

Other Accountabilities: 1. Modern Matron

Responsible for: 1.Junior Qualified

  1. Health Care Assistant Staff

Job description

Job responsibilities

DUTIES AND RESPONSIBILITIES

Professional

  1. Take individual responsibility for the nursing care of a group of patients as a registered nurse.
  2. To welcome patients to the unit.
  3. Perform procedures required of the role and be prepared to learn new skills relevant to the role including therapeutic apheresis.
  4. To participate in rotation to TYA day unit and apheresis as required 5. Ensure that blood products are administered correctly and in accordance with Hospital Procedure and Policy.
  5. Ensure that prescribed drugs and treatments are given correctly and in accordance with the Hospital procedure and policy and work within NMC guidelines.
  6. Administer both infusional and bolus chemotherapy via established central lines and peripheral cannula in line with Trust policies.
  7. Assist in the checking of and safe administration of intrathecal chemotherapy according to national guidelines and trust policy.
  8. Provide a supportive role within the Unit for nursing, medical and clerical staff
  9. Collect blood products from key departments.
  10. Undertake the nursing care of patients, ensuring privacy & dignity is maintained whilst being aware of physical and psychological needs
  11. To give a clear and accurate update at change of duties and ensure accurate documentation of nursing interventions
  12. Ensure the safe and timely through put of patients, liaising closely with the unit co-ordinator, medical staff, specialist and research nurses, bed manager and other staff as appropriate.
  13. To liaise as needed with referring hospitals, GPs and community nursing teams.
  14. Participate in nursing procedures appropriate to the department
  15. Support and assist in the induction/training of junior staff/Health Care Assistants acting as mentor to designated staff
  16. To highlight areas of improvement/development within the department and undertake relevant projects
  17. Assist in the provision of meals / refreshments for patients.
  18. Assist in the general housekeeping duties of the unit
  19. Help to maintain a safe environment and report faults/risks etc to the nurse in charge
  20. Liaise with staff member responsible for stores/stationery and ordering and assist in the maintenance of stock levels
  21. Correct care and custody of controlled drugs and aid the safe storage of medicines
  22. Assist medical staff with procedures.

EDUCATIONAL DEVELOPMENT

  1. The staff nurse is responsible for their own personal development and maintaining a personal development plan
  2. To complete the Ward introductory pack and preceptor pack
  3. Complete Principles and Practice of Intravenous Skills Programme and Cannulation Skills Training and update as required
  4. Annually attend all mandatory study days as per Trust and unit guidance

PERSONAL

  1. Demonstrate a pleasant and approachable manner and help create and promote a good working relationship
  2. Show professional and courteous manner when answering the telephone and other enquires
  3. Maintain confidentiality with regard to patient information both at work and outside of working hours
  4. To be aware of and adhere to all policies including; sickness and absence, confidentiality, uniform and responsibilities under the Health and Safety at work act and be familiar with all risk assessments pertinent to the unit.
  5. Report and record all accidents and complaints according to the agreed policy
  6. To be aware of limitations and utilise the preceptor system for any issues that arise
  7. To show respect for members of the team and endorse the units philosophy of giving mutual support

Person Specification

OTHER

Essential

  • Team player
  • Flexibility in shifts- weekend work required

Desirable

  • Leadership skills

VALUES

Essential

  • Positive approach to work
  • Caring attitude
  • Willing to learn

Knowledge

Essential

  • Understanding of need for evidence based practice
  • Willingness to undertake further training

Desirable

  • Understanding of main haematology oncology disease groups
  • Knowledge of care of patients receiving chemotherapy and immunotherapy treatments

Skills

Essential

  • Computer literate
  • Organisational
  • Communication
  • Team working

Desirable

  • Venapuncture
  • Cannulation
  • Apheresis

Experience

Essential

  • 1 year post qualification clinical experience
  • Interest in caring for oncology/haematology patients

Desirable

  • Oncology or Haematology experience

Qualifications

Essential

  • RGN level 1

Desirable

  • BSc
  • Post qualification Haematology or oncology modules

Disclosure and Barring Service Check

This post is subject to the Rehabilitation of Offenders Act (Exceptions Order) 1975 and as such it will be necessary for a submission for Disclosure to be made to the Disclosure and Barring Service (formerly known as CRB) to check for any previous criminal convictions.

UK Registration

Applicants must have current UK professional registration. For further information please see NHS Careers website (opens in a new window).

Employer details

Employer name

The Christie NHS FT

Address

Haematology & TYA Day Unit - E00285

Wilmslow Road

Manchester

M20 4BX


Employer's website

https://www.christie.nhs.uk/

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Bank Staff Nurse

National Health Service

Manchester, NW
3 days ago
Manchester, NW
3 days ago

Bank Staff Nurse

The Christie NHS FT

The closing date is 18 March 2021

Job overview

The Critical Care unit at The Christie is looking for the very best Bank Nurses to work within our cancer specialty and help maintain our excellent patient outcomes and patient experiences. Our CCU is only one of two level 3 critical care facility dedicated entirely to cancer patients in the United Kingdom.

This environment is challenging, exciting, supportive and actively facilitates the development of specialised skills. You will enjoy working as part of a highly skilled and motivated team to deliver excellent patient care. Our commitment to ongoing staff development and the support of a modern career framework is apparent through the variety of educational opportunities available and clinical support offered by our Practice Educator.

Main duties of the job

We aspire to be compassionate, supportive, personal and open; patient and family experience is central to everything we do. Therefore, together with solid clinical and technical skills, we expect a deep awareness of the special needs of our patients, along with the ability to support and care for them and their families throughout their stay.

You will be confident and competent in using the required skills to fulfill the role, together with a genuine interest to develop acute cancer care skills and the ability to uphold our teams values. Additionally, previous experience/qualifications in oncology are desirable although not essential.

About us

The Christie NHS Foundation Trust, situated in south Manchester, is the largest cancer treatment centre of its kind in Europe and an international leader in cancer research and development.In 2018The Christie NHS Foundation Trust was once againrated as Outstanding by the CQC health regulator becoming the first specialist trust in the country to be given their highest accolade twice.

Job description

Job responsibilities

Professional

Assessment and prioritsation of the needs of the critically ill patient and their family, specifically tasks such as patients requiring respiratory support, cardiovascular support, cardiac/invasive monitoring, inotropic support. ensuring provision of client centred care which focuses on the promotion of health as well as illness.

Ensure accurate documentation of patient care in accordance with hospital policies and standards. Develop and maintain communication with people about difficult matters and/or in difficult situations.

Assess educational and informational needs of patient and family, providing up to date information enabling them to participate in the planning of care.

Enhance care within the clinical area by using relevant research outcomes when planning and delivering nursing care.

Evaluate nursing care inform nurse in charge/unit Sister and medical staff of patients changing healthcare needs.

To be a role model for potential post holders by demonstrating competent skills that have been determined in accordance with the needs of the unit.

Maintain safe practice according to Hospital Policies and Standards.

Ensure all prescribed drugs and treatments are given in accordance with Hospital Policy.

Participate in internal rotation to night duty as required.

Prepare patients for safe transfer to other critical care areas and liase with relevant nursing, medical and para-medical personnel and relatives.

Carry out patient transfer to other critical care areas in absence of transfer team.

Prepare patients for safe and timely transfer to ward areas.

Carry out and facilitate preoperative visits.

When appropriate/necessary, in rotation with other Staff Nurses, take charge of the unit in the absence of the band 6/unit Sister, ensuring that standards of care and unit management are maintained.

Help foster a supportive working environment and maintenance of staff morale, promoting a culture in which staff feel valued and able to reach their potential.

Act as a preceptor/mentor to new unit staff and Pre and Post Registered Nurses.

Be aware of responsibilities with regard to Health and Safety At Work Act. Maintain and develop an environment and culture that improves health, safety and security.

EDUCATION:

The staff nurse is responsible for their own personal development and maintaining a personal development plan Maintain own awareness of current nursing practice. Use relevant educational opportunities to maintain the highest standards and up to date care offered to the patient with cancer.

Supervise clinical staff and disseminate knowledge and current developments. Develop oneself and others in areas of practice.

Participate in planned programmes of appraisal with the band 6 Team leader/ unit Sister.

Liaise with the School of Nursing, participating in the teaching of basic and post basic learners and training assessments.

Ensure own learning and development needs are met. Complete unit preceptorship/induction pack.

Attend annual updates in: Fire safety, CPR, Moving and Handling and Radiation Protection.

Undertake necessary education and learning relevant to Critical care.

Personal

Demonstrate a pleasant and approachable manner and help create and promote a good working relationship

Show professional and courteous manner when answering the telephone and other enquires

Maintain confidentiality with regard to patient information both at work and outside of working hours

To be aware of and adhere to all policies including; sickness and absence, confidentiality, uniform and responsibilities under the Health and Safety at work act and be familiar with all risk assessments pertinent to CCU

Report and record all accidents and complaints according to the agreed policy

To be aware of limitations and utilise the preceptor system for any issues that arise

To show respect for members of the team and endorse ward 10 philosophy of giving mutual support

Person Specification

Other

Essential

  • Rotation to night duty
  • Team player

Knowledge

Essential

  • Participate in personal development

Skills

Essential

  • Good communication skills
  • Ability to delver high standard of nursing care
  • Computer literacy
  • Understanding need for evidence based practice

Experience

Essential

  • Qualified Registered Nurse

Desirable

  • Previous Oncology experience
  • Previous Critical Care experience.

Qualifications

Essential

  • RGN Level 1 or 2
  • Degree or Diploma in Health Care Studies

Desirable

  • Post graduate certificate in teaching and assessing
  • Certificate or qualification in Critical Care or equivalent level of experience

Disclosure and Barring Service Check

This post is subject to the Rehabilitation of Offenders Act (Exceptions Order) 1975 and as such it will be necessary for a submission for Disclosure to be made to the Disclosure and Barring Service (formerly known as CRB) to check for any previous criminal convictions.

UK Registration

Applicants must have current UK professional registration. For further information please see NHS Careers website (opens in a new window).

Employer details

Employer name

The Christie NHS FT

Address

Bank Nurses - E00022

Manchester

M20 4BX


Employer's website

https://www.christie.nhs.uk/

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Registered Staff Nurse for COVID-19

National Health Service

Macclesfield District General Hospital, NW
3 days ago
Macclesfield District General Hospital, NW
£24.907k - £30.615k Per Year
3 days ago
£24.907k - £30.615k Per Year

Job Reference: 209-COVID-150321

Employer:
East Cheshire NHS Trust
Department:
Central Staffing
Location:
Macclesfield District General Hospital, Victoria Road, Macclesfield, Cheshire
Salary:
£24,907 - £30,615 Per Annum Pro Rata

Whether you are just starting out in your career or are looking to use your skills and experience in a new role, East Cheshire NHS Trust is the right employer for you. An organisation with a real sense of community we actively support and develop our staff to ensure our patients receive the best quality care. Join our team and support our vision of delivering the right care first time, every time.


If you are a Registered Nurse thinking about returning to practice after a career break or following retirement to support us during the Covid-19 pandemic we would love to hear from you to discuss your options and the support we can offer you.

You may have received a letter from the Nursing and Midwifery Council (NMC) asking if you want to consider joining the Covid-19 temporary register OR you may still hold registration but are no longer employed.

Do I need to submit an application?I f you are interested in any of the vacancies we have and want to speak to a member of the recruitment team to explore your options please contact us.l

We currently have staff nurse vacancies in:

  • Staff Nurse in Medicine - 209-W7-150321
  • Staff Nurse in Intermediate Care - 209-W11-150321
  • Staff Nurse in Emergency Department - 209-ED-150321
  • Staff Nurse in Medical Assessment Unit - 209-W8-150321
  • Staff Nurse in Elderly Care Specialising in Dementia - 209-W9-150321
  • Staff Nurse in Respiratory Medicine - 209-W4-150321
  • Staff Nurse in Orthopaedics - 209-W10-150321
  • Staff Nurse - General Medical Ward (Ward 2) - 209-W2-150321
  • Staff Nurse in Gastroenterology - 209-W3-150321
  • Staff Nurse in ICU - 209-ICU-150321
  • Staff Nurse in Surgical Unit - 209-W1-150321
  • Bank Registered Staff Nurse – 209-BANK-150321

Do I need to have an interview? This may not be necessary depending on your individual circumstances. If we do need to interview you this will be done over SKYPE

What can we offer you as a member of our valued staff at East Cheshire NHS Trust?

  • Access to clinical skills training and personal development courses including our Clinical Skills Lab
  • Staff Recognition - as well as regular appraisals, local and corporate inductions, we recognise the great work of our staff with various acknowledgements such as Employee and Team of the Year.
  • Cycle to work scheme - staff who cycle to work have the opportunity to buy bike and safety equipment from a number of specific local bike shops and pay for it tax free via a salary sacrifice scheme over 12 months.
  • Employee Support and wellbeing - we have a number of different initiatives to support your health and wellbeing here at East Cheshire NHS Trust including a fast track physiotherapy service for employees.
  • Occupational Health - our Occupational Health service aims to ensure all staff in employment experience a working environment for which they are physically and psychologically suited and that protects and promotes health.
  • Staff Benefits & Schemes - We have a range of staff benefits and schemes offered by the trust designed to support staff engagement, wellbeing and inclusion.

This post is fixed term for up to 9 months.

Hours per week: 37.5 hours.

Shift patterns: shifts will be either early (7:00-15:00), late (13:00-20:00), long day (7:00-20:00) or night shifts (19:30-7:30).

Closing date: 15th March 2021

Please be aware that this post requires an Enhanced with Barred list Disclosure and Barring Service (DBS) check, the cost of which is payable by the successful candidate.

If you have lived or worked abroad for 6 months or more in the last 5 years you will need to obtain an overseas police clearance. Further information can be found on the additional information links at the bottom of the advert.

To keep up to date with all of our latest Recruitment activity here at East Cheshire NHS Trust, take a look at our Careers website with lots of information on how to join our team and Facebook and Twitter pages, links to which can be found on the right hand side:

Visit our Facebook page: Careers at East Cheshire NHS Trust

Follow us on Twitter: @CareersECT

For details about the role and ward/informal visits contact: Jill Marshall, Nursebank Manager,01625 661251,jill.marshall7@nhs.net

For queries regarding the application and or interview process, please contact the Recruitment Team either via email, ecn-tr.recruitment@nhs.net or telephone, 01625 656510

We would like to inform you that if your application is successful, your interview will be held via SKYPE.



Please read the guidance for applicants and completing the application form documents prior to completing your application form (documents are located to the right).

We are an equal opportunities employer and welcome all applications irrespective of age, disability, gender, sexual orientation, race or religion. The Trust is a Disability Confident Leader and as such, applicants with disabilities will be offered an interview providing they meet the minimum criteria for the post (outlined in the Person Specification). In order to facilitate applications from all members of the community the Trust is able to offer services including Braille Applications and Interpreting Services.

The Trust may close any advertised post before the stated closing date. We recommend that you apply as soon as possible.

After applying via NHS Jobs, your submitted application will be imported into our preferred Third party recruitment system. All subsequent information regarding your application will be generated from apps.trac.jobs. You will not be able to track the progress of your application or receive messages through the NHS Jobs website, and furthermore, that as an employer, we will not be able to respond to any e-mails sent to us via the NHS Jobs website.

By applying for this post you are agreeing to East Cheshire NHS Trust transferring the information contained in this application to its preferred applicant management system. If you are offered a job information will also be transferred into the national NHS Electronic Staff Records system. Please note, all communication regarding your application will be made via email, please ensure you check your junk/spam folders as emails are sometimes filtered there.

If you have not heard from us within 3 weeks of the advert closing date, regretfully you should assume that your application has been unsuccessful.

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Staff Nurse

National Health Service

Manchester, NW
4 days ago
Manchester, NW
4 days ago

Staff Nurse

The Christie NHS FT

The closing date is 18 March 2021

Job overview

An exciting development opportunity has arisen on the Surgical Oncology Unit for a permanent, band 5 (37.5 hours) staff nurse post.

You should be a highly motivated professional with surgical experience, who wishes to develop their clinical knowledge and management skills. You must be a team player who is driven to improve patient care and experience, ensuring the delivery of exceptional, high quality care.

Our patients undergo highly specialised and often complex surgery across the Colorectal, Urology, Gynaecology and Plastic Surgery specialties. Surgery at The Christie is a world leader and national centre for Surgery

The successful candidate will also possess excellent organisational, communication and clinical skills relevant to the post and be able to act as a positive role model. Commitment to the on-going development of the ward and multidisciplinary team working is essential

Main duties of the job

To provide care for patients who are admitted to the unit and their carers within a recognised framework in accordance with NMC Code of Professional Conduct, Christie NHS Trust policies and Health & Safety legislation.

About us

The Christie NHS Foundation Trust, situated in south Manchester, is the largest cancer treatment centre of its kind in Europe and an international leader in cancer research and development. In 2018The Christie NHS Foundation Trust was once againrated as Outstanding by the CQC health regulator becoming the first specialist trust in the country to be given their highest accolade twice.

Job description

Job responsibilities

PROFESSIONAL

Manage and generally supervise the ward in the absence of senior staff.

Take individual responsibility for the nursing care of a group of patients as a registered nurse

Provide a supportive role on the ward for nursing, medical and clerical Staff

Undertake the nursing care of patients, ensuring privacy & dignity is maintained whilst being aware of physical and psychological needs

To give a clear and accurate update at change of duties and ensure accurate documentation of nursing interventions

To participate in the emergency care of patients and give any necessary instructions, including transfer information

Participate in nursing procedures appropriate to the department

Support and assist in the induction/training of junior staff/Health Care Assistants acting as mentor to designated staff

To welcome patients to the ward and its routine

Be able to act as ward co-ordinator and ensure the safe and timely through put of patients, liaising closely with triage/admission staff, medical staff and other wards

To liaise with medical and para medical personnel and community organisations

To highlight areas of improvement/development within the department and undertake relevant projects

To act as support for other ward nurses in relation to care of the surgical patient

Safely escort patients to other areas and collect blood products from key departments

Assist in the provision of meals / refreshments for patients whilst meeting their nutritional needs

Assist in the general housekeeping duties of the ward

Help to maintain a safe environment and report faults/risks etc to the nurse in charge

Liaise with staff member responsible for stores/stationery and ordering and assist in the maintenance of stock levels

Handles patients personal possessions, ensure cash and valuables kept securely as per policy

Correct care and custody of controlled drugs and aid the safe storage of medicines

Assist medical staff with procedures

Carry out certain procedures such as cannulation and 12 lead ECGs and be prepared to learn new skills

EDUCATIONAL DEVELOPMENT

The staff nurse is responsible for their own personal development and maintaining a personal development plan

To complete the Ward introductory pack and preceptor pack

Complete Principles and Practice of Intravenous Skills Programme and Cannulation Skills Training and update annually

Annually attend all mandatory study days as per Trust and unit guidance

PERSONAL

Demonstrate a pleasant and approachable manner and help create and promote a good working relationship

Show professional and courteous manner when answering the telephone and other enquires

Maintain confidentiality with regard to patient information both at work and outside of working hours

To be aware of and adhere to all policies including; sickness and absence, confidentiality, uniform and responsibilities under the Health and Safety at work act and be familiar with all risk assessments pertinent to the MAU

Report and record all accidents and complaints according to the agreed policy

To be aware of limitations and utilise the preceptor system for any issues that arise

To show respect for members of the team and endorse the ward philosophy of giving mutual support

Person Specification

Other

Essential

  • Rotation to night duty
  • Team player
  • Willingness to be involved with ward/unit/Trust initiatives

Desirable

  • Understanding/experience of current national initiatives

Knowledge

Essential

  • Participate in personal development

Desirable

  • Knowledge of enhanced recovery pathways

Skills

Essential

  • Good communication skills
  • Ability to delver high standard of nursing care
  • Computer literacy
  • Understanding need for evidence based practice

Desirable

  • Venepuncture
  • Cannulation skills
  • ECG'S

Experience

Essential

  • Experience in an acute surgical setting

Desirable

  • Previous oncology experience
  • Previous surgical experience

Qualifications

Essential

  • RGN
  • Degree or Diploma in Health Care Studies

Desirable

  • Post Graduate certificate in cancer care / oncology/surgery
  • Post graduate certificate in teaching and assessing

Disclosure and Barring Service Check

This post is subject to the Rehabilitation of Offenders Act (Exceptions Order) 1975 and as such it will be necessary for a submission for Disclosure to be made to the Disclosure and Barring Service (formerly known as CRB) to check for any previous criminal convictions.

UK Registration

Applicants must have current UK professional registration. For further information please see NHS Careers website (opens in a new window).

Employer details

Employer name

The Christie NHS FT

Address

Surgical Oncology Wards - E00744

Manchester

M20 4BX


Employer's website

https://www.christie.nhs.uk/

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Staff Nurse, Pain Service

National Health Service

Wythenshawe hospital, NW
Today
Wythenshawe hospital, NW
£24.907k - £30.615k Per Year
Today
£24.907k - £30.615k Per Year

Job Reference: 349-CSS-155-21

Employer:
Manchester University NHS Foundation Trust
Department:
Pain Management
Location:
Wythenshawe hospital, Manchester
Salary:
£24,907 - £30,615 p.a pro rata

Manchester University NHS Foundation Trust (MFT) is one of the largest acute Trusts in the UK, employing over 25,000 staff.

We are responsible for running a family of ten hospitals across seven separate sites, providing a wide range of services from comprehensive local general hospital care through to highly specialised regional and national services.

We are the main provider of hospital care to approximately 750,000 people in Manchester and Trafford and the single biggest provider of specialised services in the North West of England. We are also the lead provider for a significant number of specialised services including Breast Care, Vascular, Cardiac, Respiratory, Urology Cancer, Paediatrics, Women’s Services, Ophthalmology and Genomic Medicine.

Our vision is to improve the health and quality of life of our diverse population by building an organisation that:

  • Excels in quality, safety, patient experience, research, innovation and teaching
  • Attracts, develops and retains great people
  • Is recognised internationally as a leading healthcare provider.

Pain Management Service

Band 5 Staff Nurse

Day case unit

30 hours per week

We are looking for a self-motivated individual to join our dynamic, friendly, hard working nursing team within the interventional aspect of our pain management service. The post holder will be responsible for caring for patients throughout their day case journey. This includes pre-operative assessment, admission to the department, theatre and recovery and discharge planning . Applicants should ideally have experience within an acute care setting, theatre, recovery or day case unit. Training will be provided on all procedures carried out within the department. You will need to be flexible, self motivated and have excellent interpersonal skills. The post holder will be a team player who is committed to the challenges of maintaining our high quality standards of care for all our patients within this ever growing speciality. Your on going professional development will be actively encouraged and supported. Working days and shift patterns will be agreed by the line manager to meet the needs of the service.

For further details / informal visits contact:

NameJill ProbertJob titleMatronEmail addressjillian.probert@mft.nhs.ukTelephone number07726950631Additional contact information

Caroline Daniels

Theatre Sister

Caroline.daniels@mft.nhs.uk

Tel No. 0161 291 5316



We may decide to close this vacancy earlier than the published closing date if sufficient applications are received.

Trust policy requires that the cost of submitting & processing the successful applicant/s DBS application be recovered via salary deduction in the first 3 months following start in post. The amount of £29.50(standard disclosure) or £47.50 (enhanced disclosure) If you wish to withdraw once a DBS application has commenced you will be still liable for payment.

MFT is committed to promoting equality of opportunity, celebrating and valuing diversity and eliminating any form of unlawful discrimination across our workforce, ensuring our people are truly representative of the communities we serve. All individuals regardless of race, age, disability, ethnicity, nationality, gender, gender reassignment, sexual orientation, religion or belief, marriage and civil partnership are encouraged to apply for this post.

We welcome applicants from the Armed Forces Community.

Please be aware that all roles at MFT(except Medical and Dental posts) are subject to a probationary period.

If you have any personal requirements that will enable you to participate in our recruitment process please contact a member of the Recruitment Services by phone on 0161 276 6198.

After applying via NHS Jobs, your submitted application will be imported into our preferred Third-party recruitment system - TRAC systems. All subsequent information regarding your application will be generated from apps.trac.jobs. You will not be able to track the progress of your application or receive messages through the NHS Jobs website, and furthermore, as an employer, we will not be able to respond to any e-mails sent to us via the NHS Jobs website. By applying for this post, you are agreeing to MFT transferring the information contained in this application to its preferred applicant management system. If you are appointed to a post information will also be transferred into the national NHS Electronic Staff Records system.

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Staff Nurse - Interventional Radiology

National Health Service

Wythenshawe Hospital, NW
4 days ago
Wythenshawe Hospital, NW
£24.907k - £30.615k Per Year
4 days ago
£24.907k - £30.615k Per Year

Job Reference: 349-CSS-181-21

Employer:
Manchester University NHS Foundation Trust
Department:
Interventional Radiology
Location:
Wythenshawe Hospital, Manchester
Salary:
£24,907 - £30,615 p.a

Manchester University NHS Foundation Trust (MFT) is one of the largest acute Trusts in the UK, employing over 25,000 staff.

We are responsible for running a family of ten hospitals across seven separate sites, providing a wide range of services from comprehensive local general hospital care through to highly specialised regional and national services.

We are the main provider of hospital care to approximately 750,000 people in Manchester and Trafford and the single biggest provider of specialised services in the North West of England. We are also the lead provider for a significant number of specialised services including Breast Care, Vascular, Cardiac, Respiratory, Urology Cancer, Paediatrics, Women’s Services, Ophthalmology and Genomic Medicine.

Our vision is to improve the health and quality of life of our diverse population by building an organisation that:

  • Excels in quality, safety, patient experience, research, innovation and teaching
  • Attracts, develops and retains great people
  • Is recognised internationally as a leading healthcare provider.

Band 5 Staff Nurse - Interventional Radiology

Due to expansion, we have exciting opportunities for motivated and committed staff nurses to join our dedicated nursing team within the Interventional Radiology Unit at Wythenshawe Hospital.

Wythenshawe Hospital is part of a leading integrated health, teaching, research and innovation centre in Greater Manchester. We offer a unique range of services to the North West of England, treating and managing the simplest to the most complex conditions and diseases. For our nurses, this means the chance to gain diverse experience in a pioneering team, delivering the highest standard of evidence based care.

The post holder will be mainly working at the Wythenshawe site however would be required to work across MFT within imaging division and also support on call commitments across sites.

Committed to our principle of putting patients first, you will be an RGN with a nursing diploma (or equivalent) and have experience working within a multidisciplinary team in an acute care or theatre environment. Motivated, proactive and a strong team player, you will have good communication and interpersonal skills and be keen to undertake all the challenges that this innovative department offers in caring for patients, both day case and in-patient, with diverse needs who are undergoing interventional radiological procedures. In order for us to deliver this high class service, successful candidates will be required to participate in an on-call rota which runs outside of our core hours of 8am-8pm. Our vision for the future lies in further developing the Interventional Radiology Day Services we are able to offer as well as the introduction of a Pre-Admission Clinic which will be led by our skilled and professional nursing team.

We show care for our staff through excellent development and progression opportunities which include the gaining the knowledge and skills required to care for patients during all areas of their journey including admission and pre-procedure preparation, safe administration and monitoring under sedation, undertaking the role of scrub nurse and during their recovery following radiological interventions such as CT guided lung biopsy, vascular angiography, liver biopsy and biliary stenting, to name a few. This begins with a comprehensive induction programme as well as access to the Wythenshawe Academy and LEAD Training Programme, a unique and innovative concept to develop skill sets which brings together all of the education and training activities of the Manchester University NHS Foundation Trust. For newly qualified nurses, we offer a comprehensive and respected Preceptorship Programme and as a nurse with acute experience, you will be supported to gain the skills required by spending time outside of Interventional Radiology during the course of your induction.

For further details / informal visits contact:

NameNisha KediaJob titleMatron -Imaging DivisionEmail addressNisha.Kedia@mft.nhs.ukTelephone number0161 2764553Additional contact information

Sister.Jincy George

jincy.George@mft.nhs.uk

0161-2914117



We may decide to close this vacancy earlier than the published closing date if sufficient applications are received.

Trust policy requires that the cost of submitting & processing the successful applicant/s DBS application be recovered via salary deduction in the first 3 months following start in post. The amount of £29.50(standard disclosure) or £47.50 (enhanced disclosure) If you wish to withdraw once a DBS application has commenced you will be still liable for payment.

MFT is committed to promoting equality of opportunity, celebrating and valuing diversity and eliminating any form of unlawful discrimination across our workforce, ensuring our people are truly representative of the communities we serve. All individuals regardless of race, age, disability, ethnicity, nationality, gender, gender reassignment, sexual orientation, religion or belief, marriage and civil partnership are encouraged to apply for this post.

We welcome applicants from the Armed Forces Community.

Please be aware that all roles at MFT(except Medical and Dental posts) are subject to a probationary period.

If you have any personal requirements that will enable you to participate in our recruitment process please contact a member of the Recruitment Services by phone on 0161 276 6198.

After applying via NHS Jobs, your submitted application will be imported into our preferred Third-party recruitment system - TRAC systems. All subsequent information regarding your application will be generated from apps.trac.jobs. You will not be able to track the progress of your application or receive messages through the NHS Jobs website, and furthermore, as an employer, we will not be able to respond to any e-mails sent to us via the NHS Jobs website. By applying for this post, you are agreeing to MFT transferring the information contained in this application to its preferred applicant management system. If you are appointed to a post information will also be transferred into the national NHS Electronic Staff Records system.

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Staff Nurse - Emergency Department

National Health Service

Wythenshawe Hospital, NW
5 days ago
Wythenshawe Hospital, NW
£24.907k - £30.615k Per Year
5 days ago
£24.907k - £30.615k Per Year

Job Reference: 349-WYTH-143-21

Employer:
Manchester University NHS Foundation Trust
Department:
Emergency Department
Location:
Wythenshawe Hospital, Manchester
Salary:
£24,907 - £30,615 p.a.

Manchester University NHS Foundation Trust (MFT) is one of the largest acute Trusts in the UK, employing over 25,000 staff.

We are responsible for running a family of ten hospitals across seven separate sites, providing a wide range of services from comprehensive local general hospital care through to highly specialised regional and national services.

We are the main provider of hospital care to approximately 750,000 people in Manchester and Trafford and the single biggest provider of specialised services in the North West of England. We are also the lead provider for a significant number of specialised services including Breast Care, Vascular, Cardiac, Respiratory, Urology Cancer, Paediatrics, Women’s Services, Ophthalmology and Genomic Medicine.

Our vision is to improve the health and quality of life of our diverse population by building an organisation that:

  • Excels in quality, safety, patient experience, research, innovation and teaching
  • Attracts, develops and retains great people
  • Is recognised internationally as a leading healthcare provider.

Emergency Department
Band 5 - Staff Nurse
Wythenshawe Hospital Emergency Department is seeking an enthusiastic Registered Nurse to join our nursing team to work in a brand new state of the art, modern building.
You will be part of a dynamic and friendly team who together strive to achieve the best patient outcomes and deliver the highest standard of care to all of our patients.

We are the only North West hospital to offer cutting edge treatments such as ECMO CPR to critically ill patients as well as being the regional burns centre

You will be well supported with career progression and learning opportunities in both adult and paediatric emergency medicine.

For further details / informal visits contact:

NameLindsay WallaceTelephone number0161 291 6059Additional contact information

Lindsay Wallace Lindsay.wallace@mft.nhs.uk 0161 291 6577



We may decide to close this vacancy earlier than the published closing date if sufficient applications are received.

Trust policy requires that the cost of submitting & processing the successful applicant/s DBS application be recovered via salary deduction in the first 3 months following start in post. The amount of £29.50(standard disclosure) or £47.50 (enhanced disclosure) If you wish to withdraw once a DBS application has commenced you will be still liable for payment.

MFT is committed to promoting equality of opportunity, celebrating and valuing diversity and eliminating any form of unlawful discrimination across our workforce, ensuring our people are truly representative of the communities we serve. All individuals regardless of race, age, disability, ethnicity, nationality, gender, gender reassignment, sexual orientation, religion or belief, marriage and civil partnership are encouraged to apply for this post.

We welcome applicants from the Armed Forces Community.

Please be aware that all roles at MFT(except Medical and Dental posts) are subject to a probationary period.

If you have any personal requirements that will enable you to participate in our recruitment process please contact a member of the Recruitment Services by phone on 0161 276 6198.

After applying via NHS Jobs, your submitted application will be imported into our preferred Third-party recruitment system - TRAC systems. All subsequent information regarding your application will be generated from apps.trac.jobs. You will not be able to track the progress of your application or receive messages through the NHS Jobs website, and furthermore, as an employer, we will not be able to respond to any e-mails sent to us via the NHS Jobs website. By applying for this post, you are agreeing to MFT transferring the information contained in this application to its preferred applicant management system. If you are appointed to a post information will also be transferred into the national NHS Electronic Staff Records system.

Salary

£34k - £34k Per Year

Job Type

Full Time

Posted

2 days ago

Description

Job Reference: J338-A-21-1027

Employer:
Care and Custody
Department:
GMP
Location:
Cheadle
Salary:
£34,000

Care & Custody – a Mitie Company are looking for highly skilled Nurses and Paramedics to join our existing Custody healthcare teams working with National Police Forces.

Care & Custody HCPs are RGNs or Paramedics who are qualified Healthcare Professionals working in partnership with 12 National Police Forces & 4 SARCS, to pro-actively reduce re-offending and care for detainees in police custody. We are looking for exceptional people to join our teams where you can become a key member of a highly respected organisation.


Job title: Healthcare Professional (Registered General Nurse / Paramedic)

Salary: £34,000 per annum

Full time and part time positions available

Care & Custody – a Mitie Company are looking for highly skilled Nurses and Paramedics to join our existing Custody healthcare teams working with National Police Forces.

Care & Custody HCPs are RGNs or Paramedics who are qualified Healthcare Professionals working in partnership with 12 National Police Forces & 4 Sexual Assault Referral Centres, to pro-actively reduce re-offending and care for detainees in police custody. We are looking for exceptional people to join our teams where you can become a key member of a highly respected organisation.

Working in nursing, you will already have a passion for caring for others and achieve great satisfaction from seeing an unwell individual returning to health. In Care & Custody, that passion is of even greater importance to us: we care for some of the most vulnerable people in society who are taken into custody suites. Operating with a much higher level of autonomy and independence to the NHS, your actions can be lifesaving when you consider the physical and mental challenges of people with who often have a high dependency on drugs and alcohol and exhibit difficult behaviours.

Your impact on their lives should not be under-estimated: many of our staff are most proud of how their care and support, particularly with young people, can change the direction of their lives for the better. It’s not just about the highest clinical standards, but also your ability to listen, understand and help people: they will often open to you, more than they would to a police officer, giving opportunity to identify root causes and connect them with relevant services that could truly help them.

You would be joining an HCP-Led mission that is growing nationally, as the market-leader in health care support for police services: and viewed as a front-line hero by the police and some of the detainees you bring back from the brink.

You must aspire to work as an autonomous practitionerin a fast-paced environment and lead developing medical emergencies. A&E experience is advantageous but working in other acute settings (however broad) will also be considered. You will bejoining a team of over 260 national HCP's where we pride ourselves on continuously raising clinical standards,with development programmes accredited by Teesside University, including the opportunity to achieve The Faculty of Forensic and Legal Medicine’s Licentiate Award and / or PGCert in Advanced Nursing in Forensic Practice.

What’s involved:

  • Assessment & care of detainees and staff in custody suites.
  • Forensic sampling, including road traffic offence bloods.
  • Mental health and substance misuse assessments and management.
  • Providing substance misuse therapies whilst in custody.
  • Healthcare promotion, brief interventions & self-harm reduction.
  • Referrals and Signposting to support wider vulnerabilities the reduction of re-offending.
  • Working collaboratively with Liaison and Diversion colleagues to identify wider vulnerabilities.

You could be a good fit for this role if you:

  • Are a qualified Adult RGN or Paramedic with a real passion for developing your clinical and wider skills in an environment that is ever changing?
  • Have a minimum of 2 years post qualification experience as an Adult RGN or Paramedic with PIN
  • Have a flexible approach working within a team that encourage new ideas and opinions on how to improve the service.
  • Thrive working autonomously
  • Show initiative when it comes to handling a wide range of situations

Additional Information

As part of Mitie Group, and organisation with over 77,000 employees, there are opportunities to progress and learn to manage others with competitive salary (no enhancements), comparable to Band 6 nursing, with the option for overtime, salaries increase if you achieve Senior and Lead roles. You’ll join the MiDeals discount scheme with over 3000 offers available from your favourite retailers, leisure, and utilities companies.




Training and Benefits

We provide professional development (accredited by Teesside University). Our teams have been developed with this accredited training and taken advantage of career pathway development opportunities in our "HCP Led" service. For exceptional team members looking to progress their skillset within forensics we will offer opportunities to take your career to the next level. including the opportunity to achieve a The Faculty of Forensic and Legal Medicine’s Licentiate Award and / or PGCert in Advanced Nursing in Forensic Practice. .