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Specialist Children's Services Nurse - Home / ASL School (Disability Pathway)

Job Description

Following the disability pathway you will provide an accessible, appropriate, high quality, culturally sensitive, safe, patient centred and effective SCS Disability Nursing service to children 0-19 years in Kilpatrick School and a variety of community settings, by working in partnership with children, young people and families, care providers and other agencies. Under the direction of the Clinical Nurse Specialist / Team Lead you will have responsibility for assessment, planning, implementing and evaluating programmes of care for your own caseload for patients experiencing disability and developing the role of the Specialist Children's Services Nurse in all aspects of the disability pathway. You will support the Clinical Nurse Specialist/ Team Lead in managing the effective deployment of nursing resource within the pathways and support clinical functions such as caseload management and supervision; personal development planning, reflecting knowledge and skills framework and the front-line monitoring of implementation of key policy documents. You will have the responsibility for supporting, teaching and developing junior staff and learners and will deputise in the absence of the Clinical Nurse Specialist / Team Lead. It is essential that you are a Registered Sick Children's Nurse with NMC. It is essential that you are educated to a Degree level or the equivalent experience. You must provide evidence of post registration study, education, training and / or post graduation qualification in relevant areas of practice (children, young people, families and carers), within paediatric nursing or a related specialism. It is essential that you have excellent communication skills both written and verbal. This is a permanent post with part time hours (1875), these hours will be worked between Monday to Friday. This post requires membership of Disclosure Scotland's PVG Scheme. PLEASE READ AND SAVE THE CANDIDATE APPLICATION PACK BEFORE SUBMITTING AN APPLICATION.

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