Stockport NHS Foundation Trust
There are lots of good reasons to choose to come and work at Stockport NHS Foundation Trust. A dynamic integrated Trust with integrity and vision. Exactly the same qualities you’ll see in yourself. Stockport NHS Foundation Trust aims to be the organisation of choice for patients and an employer of choice for staff. In order to continually improve all aspects of our patient experience, we rely upon having a highly skilled, motivated, diverse, productive and patient focused workforce.
Stockport Foundation Trust is one of four ‘specialist’ hospital sites in Greater Manchester. Being a ‘specialist’ hospital will enhance our general surgery, anaesthetics, critical care and emergency medicine for the benefit of people in Stockport, High Peak, Cheshire and across Greater Manchester.
Our values ‘Quality and Safety, Communication, Service’ are at the heart of everything we do and come from our ‘Your Health. Our Priority’ promise. Every day they drive the behaviour and actions for every person in our organisation.
Stockport NHS Foundation Trust
Stockport NHS Foundation Trust (Community Nursing) has a reputation for providing quality of care and a willingness to invest in the education and support of its staff. We provide preceptorship programme which includes mandatory and clinical training alongside clinical supervision/ workplace coaching. We are looking for a flexible, innovative practitioner with a variety of high level clinical skills. The District Nursing Service provides care in patients’ homes as well as residential homes.
In the coming year we will be a Multi-Specialty Community Provider organisation which brings together Stockport GPs, AHPs, other health workers, social care staff and voluntary partners who will work together, sharing information and taking a more coordinated approach to caring for people living in the local community. Our integrated teams will also contain social workers and specialist nurses.
The servicehas Four temporary Band 5 community staff nurse contracts until August 2017. 255 hours/ 068 WTE
These contracts will be a great opportunity to enhance your clinical skills in a fast paced, ever changing environment. It is hoped that these contracts would lead to permanent positions.
The post holder should have good organisational and assessment skills be flexible and wiling to cover the service from 8am until 8pm 7 days per week.
As part of your duties you may be expected to help cover a busy treatment room when the need arises.
This post requires good communication and interpersonal skills and the ability to be adaptable, reliable and approachable. In addition you will need to be able to demonstrate up to date knowledge of nursing issues especially around end of life care as you will be asked to demonstrate this at the interview.
For further information please contact
Louise Birchall ( Phone number removed )
The Trust is committed to safeguarding and promoting the welfare of children, young people and vulnerable adults and expects all staff and volunteers to share this commitment and promote safeguarding by implementing the Trust’s policies and procedures, acting promptly on concerns, communicating effectively and sharing information appropriately.
• If successful this vacancy will require an enhanced DBS check at a cost of £4843. This cost will be deducted from your first Trust salary
Applicants are encouraged to read the documents attached to this vacancy before applying, including the job description and person specification and the information for applicants which includes useful information to assist you in completing your application.
From time to time we may need to close a vacancy early when in receipt of a sufficient number of applications. If you are interested in this post and wish to be considered, we strongly advise you to complete and submit your application as soon as possible.
Please note that all correspondence will be via your NHS Jobs account. Unfortunately we are not able to acknowledge each application. If you do not hear from us within four weeks of the closing date, please consider that you have not been shortlisted on this occasion. Please also note that Stockport NHS Foundation Trust are unable to refund Interview expenses or re-location costs.
Stockport NHS Foundation Trust is committed to promoting and championing a culture of diversity, fairness and equality for all applicants and employees. Applications are welcomed from all backgrounds and we strive to reflect the community we serve in our diverse workforce. Our 'two tick' kite mark guarantees a candidate with a disability, who fulfills the essential criteria, an interview at the Trust. We can make reasonable adjustments, and offer support and advice in a variety of ways on request.
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.
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