Registered General Nurse - Neuro Rehab Service - South East London - up to £17.50p/h
We have an excellent opportunity for Nurses with Nursing Home experience to develop their existing skills and be trained in complex care. Nurses with complex care training are able to apply for ITU/HDU roles after experience in this setting so it is a great step in your career.
Our client is at the forefront of specialised placement services, and a leading expert in assessment, care, and rehabilitation for patients who require continuous intensive nursing due to complex physical or neurological disabilities.
This highly awarded home is widely regarded as an exemplary establishment, and praised by the Care Quality Commission as a “role model”, which upholds the highest standards of care and professionalism. It is located in West Norwood which is in South East London.
The service users range from the age of 18 and upwards. Their needs may include, for example, care for invasive and non-invasive ventilation, tracheostomy, or continuous ambulant peritoneal dialysis. They may suffer from progressive neurological diseases, brain or spinal damage, or be in a persistent vegetative state. All receive highly specialised intervention, provided within the context of individualised, patient-centred practice.
Benefits will include:
- Salary review after probation
- In House Trainer providing training in Tracheostomy and Ventilator care
- Enhancements for overtime
- Induction and ongoing training and continued professional development opportunities
- Mentorship programmes
- Free staff lunch
- There is a free mini bus service at particular times from/to the local bus / train station
- Paid breaks during your shift and free uniform
- Employee benefit scheme
- Employee assistance programme
- Life assurance scheme
- Contributory personal pension scheme
- A voice in helping us continually improve the way we deliver our services through initiatives such as 'Conversation into Action'
Your responsibilities working in this Complex Care Neuro Rehab role include:
- Providing exceptional, person-centred care within a clinical setting
- Assessing the changing needs and condition of residents
- Reviewing care plans accordingly
- Being confident enough to react accordingly to emergencies
- Ensuring medicines are appropriately received, stored and administered
- Developing and maintaining excellent working relationships within a multidisciplinary team of healthcare professionals
- Partaking in the training and induction of all new members of staff, healthcare assistants and student nurses
- Complying with all legal, regulatory and best practice guidelines including acting upon CQC recommendations
The ideal candidate will have:
- A Registered General Nursing qualification (RGN)
- A current NMC Pin
- The desire to expand your professional development and support organisational change
- The legal right to work in the UK
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