Primary Staff Nurse - RGN / RMN / RNLD - Nursing Home - Young Adults - Physical/Learning Disabilities - Hereford, Herefordshire
Salary £24,000 - £27,885 pro rata
Short or long shifts on days
As a Primary Staff Nurse ( RGN / RMN / RNLD ) you will act as the primary carer for a number of allocated residents in this non-profit organisation. This will require you to build a therapeutic relationship with residents aged 16-25 with profound intellectual/physical disabilities, enabling you to be astute enough to notice the slightest fluctuation in your patient's condition and have the emotional intelligence to react quickly to their needs.
As a Primary Staff Nurse, you will be experienced working in a similar clinical care setting and be confident in providing clinical leadership to other healthcare professionals.
Benefits of this Primary Staff Nurse ( RGN / RMN / RNLD ) role include:
- Competitive salary
- Option to work short shifts
- Support with revalidation
- Continuous professional training
- Thorough induction
As a Primary Staff Nurse ( RGN / RMN / RNLD ) your responsibilities will be to:
- Liaise with parents, carers and relevant professionals to devise care plans which reflect physical, psychological and spiritual needs of the resident. Implement and evaluate the care plans.
- Develop links with all residents' relatives, care agencies and professional staff to facilitate seamless care delivery.
- Organise regular care reviews and attend meetings pertaining to individual patients.
- Promote collaborative working partnerships and effective communication between all members of the multi-disciplinary team.
- Ensure that all clinical incidents/near misses within the sphere of responsibility are managed in a timely manner. Report any action taken to the home manager or their deputy to minimise risk.
The ideal candidate for this Primary Nurse role ( RGN / RMN / RNLD ) will have:
- A Registered Nursing ( RGN / RMN / RNLD) qualification
- A current and valid registration with the NMC and have a legal right to work in the UK
- Up to date knowledge of current practices