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Lead Nurse in the Community

Job Description

Are you a Qualified Nurse who is searching for an exciting and varied, community based role?  You will manage and assess all referrals, ensuring all assessments, care plans and associated documentation is in place and regularly updated.  Technology plays an important role in Newcross and you will naturally be proficient with IT.

Job title:              Community Lead Nurse for Complex Care (Band 6 equivalent)

Reporting to:      Complex Care Business Centre Manager

Location:             Community based with local office in Woking, GU21 6BW

Hours of work:      37.5 hours per week

Salary:                  £28-32k, OTE £34k pro rata for part time.

Newcross Healthcare Solutions is a privately owned and leading national employer of the most competent and compassionate healthcare professionals. Through our extensive network of local branches, we place nurses, home carer’s and support workers across all care settings, from hospital to home, for both private and public sector clients. Our growth is due to our commitment to deliver person centered care, our passion for success, our commitment to quality, our innovative and market-leading IT innovations and our fantastic team.

If you are a qualified and experienced nurse with at least 2 years' clinical working experience, gained through working in the NHS, Nursing Homes, Community or District Nursing, or through working in Homecare Environments (Complex and Non-complex care) then this is the perfect role for you.

This is an exciting opportunity to grow and share your excellent nursing experience and knowledge.  Personal and professional development is actively encouraged and the role is diverse – covering a wide range of complex conditions for an equally wide range of clients and ages.  Upon completion of induction and training you will manage and assess all referrals, ensuring all assessments, care plans and associated documentation is in place and regularly updated.  You will be proficient with IT, and be responsible for inputting documentation onto our computer system from care plans to HR documentation for staff.

Our staff are at the heart of what we do, therefore recruitment, allocation, supervision and training are key to the success of this role, you will support with interviewing new staff, identify training needs, deliver training and be a valuable support to the team on clinical issues.

In addition to a great salary, and significant personal development, you will take part in our generous bonus scheme which is linked to our continued success and delivery of KPI’s. We also offer a pension scheme, a holiday allowance of 28 days annual leave increasing to 33 days after 1 years’ service with an additional 5 days being offered with length of service and access to childcare voucher scheme.

If you put those receiving care at the forefront of all you do, and you're looking for a job with exciting career prospects, then we would love to hear from you.

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