A great opportunity to join a successful £440m turnover integrated NHS Foundation Trust. Our service portfolio includes mental health, intellectual disability and specialist mental health services, community physical health, prison health and our low, medium and high secure hospitals including Rampton Hospital. The Trust is also involved in a number of collaborations in research and innovation with the Institute of Mental Health, the University of Nottingham and other partners.
Our services are provided by 8,900 staff in hospitals, community settings and patients' own homes, predominately in Nottinghamshire, but services are also provided in Yorkshire, Lincolnshire and Leicestershire.
Physical Health Care: Screening Nurse, Development Worker
12 month full time position (375hrs.)
Secondment or Fixed Term Contract
An exciting opportunity has arisen within the Local Partnerships Physical Health care team for a 1year fixed term post in the role of ‘Screening Nurse’. The post will focus on providing support, training and the delivery of improvements to access the uptake of the specified National screening programmes (Bowel, Breast, Cervical and Diabetic retinopathy) for patients with mental health and learning disabilities across Local Partnerships Division .
Experience of the mental health and or learning disability sector is required but also the post is suitable for a new registrant requiring preceptorship. You will have knowledge of the patient group, demonstrate ability to work without supervision at times and manage own work load
As a team member, you’ll be focused on the development of the identified screening agenda in Local Partnerships. This approach is related to a target population of patients suffering from Serious Mental Illness and Learning disability on Care Program Approach.
The post has responsibility for delivering training, support and guidance to patients, carers and clinicians in group and face to face in a range of environments. You will work to deliver key aspects of the screening project plan and identified work streams. You will be encouraged to take a proactive approach in the Project Steering group, be able to write reports, contribute to the analysis of data and the development of training approaches, provide feedback and contribute to reports.
You will have knowledge and be able to communicate with a wide range of people with differing communication needs being able to contribute to the development of communication strategies, negotiate and influence others to achieve project aims.
You will promote good relationships and be seen as an ambassador for the project. To You will also be able to work with a variety of stakeholders, including Public health England , NHS Screening –Coordinators, Commissioners, Community and ward staff, Patient , Carer’s, Communications and the Involvement staff .
We are looking for enthusiastic individuals who are reliable, motivated and flexible. Someone who enjoys a challenge and keen to make a difference to patient wellbeing.
If you think you are ready for this exciting opportunity, or think you need further information or details, please contact us to discuss the post
A full UK driving licence and vehicle for business use is required for this post; however reasonable adjustments will be made for disabled individuals in line with the Equality Act 2010.
Physical Healthcare Screening Coordinator and Project Lead
Marlow House Waterford Street Nottm NG6 0DH
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*The closing date given is a guide. We reserve the right to close the post early once we have received a sufficient number of applicants, so we advise you to submit your application early to prevent disappointment.
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