The mission of our Trust is to help people reach their potential and live well in their communities. All our staff, whatever their role, have a part to play in helping us deliver this important mission. Every day, our staff are guided by our values:
Our values are very important to us; we know that the attitude and behaviours of our staff can have a huge impact on quality of care we provide. That’s why, through our recruitment, we want to find people who show that their values match ours. We do this through:
If you think you can help us achieve our mission and you relate to our values, we look forward to your application. Please note, that priority will be given to any candidates ‘at risk’.
ADMIRAL NURSE Agenda for Change Band 7- fixed term 2 years Are you a registered nurse looking for a new challenge? Are you passionate about supporting people living with dementia and their families? Would you like to help shape and develop an innovative new service along with your team? Building on the success of the pilot in Wakefield an opportunity is available to employ an Admiral Nurse team leader to work with the existing Admiral nurse in Wakefield. We are looking for 1 x Band 7 Admiral Nurse. This is an exciting opportunity for nurses looking to step up to a new challenge and be instrumental in developing the service. Admiral Nurses are specialist mental health nurses who work with and support families and carers of people with dementia. Working collaboratively with other professionals, Admiral Nurses seek to improve the quality of life for people with dementia and their carers. They use a range of interventions to help people live positively with the condition and develop skills to improve communication and maintain relationships. This is a dual role that encompasses clinical leadership and face to face clinical work with families and people with dementia. You will be employed by South West Yorkshire Partnership foundation Trust and based in the Memory Service. You will be supported by Dementia UK through Practice Development, Clinical Supervision, and Continuing Professional Development. You will need to hold a registered Mental Health Nursing qualification, have prior experience of working in dementia care and evidence of recent professional development. For further information about the post please contact James Waplington on ( Phone number removed ) For more information about Admiral Nursing, please contact Julie Allen on ( Phone number removed )
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We recognise there is a wealth of talent among people who have a disability including those who have had experience of mental health problems and as an equal opportunities employer we are seeking to recruit from all sections of the community. If you require any support with your application please contact ( Phone number removed ) .
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