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Post Title: CommunityCardiac Rehabilitation Nurse
Grade: Band 6
Salary: £26,041 to £34,876 per annum (pro rata)
Department: CommunityCardiac Rehabilitation Team
Hours: 35 hrs per week
Most attractive aspect of the Post: The post offers the successful candidate a chance of caseload management in a community setting .Working one to one with patients referred into the service the successful candidate will benefit from being part of a forward thinking dynamic team working towards the goals and outcome measures of the commissioning pack for Cardiac Rehabilitation.
The post holds many development opportunities and offers a chance to manage an autonomous caseload and plan care around patient centred goals
Brief Description of the Role: The successful candidate will work the hours over 5 days Monday – Friday and manage a caseload of cardiac rehabilitation patients within the community setting. The service is home visit based. You will also work on the ward providing stage 0 of the commissioning pack pathway.
You will also have opportunity to work in a weekly post MI clinic on rotation
Summary of most important Experience/Skills/Qualifications required:
Informal Enquiries to: Sue CrossleyCardiac Rehabilitation Lead Nursemobile ( Phone number removed )
We can offer staff gymnasiums on both hospital sites, final salary pension scheme including life assurance cover and advice on childcare.
Closing Date: 251016 (This date may change dependent on the response)
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