Job role: Band 4 Nursing Associate.
Job sector: Healthcare.
Job Type: Full-time.
Country: United Kingdom.
Salary: £25,147 – £27,596 per year.
About the Job.
Solihull Community Nursing team strives to meet the National vision of people receiving care outside of hospitals closer to home. A multi-disciplinary team of professionals working in partnership; a key part of this team with the patient at the center of all we do
Providing invaluable care to people in their homes. Offer patients the best possible care to allow our nursing colleagues to individually treat their patients with quality care, kindness, and safety.
We pride ourselves on being a supportive team, ensuring staff satisfaction, and supporting a healthy work/life balance. Committed to patient care, led by a management team who sees colleagues as the main driver in their goal to deliver excellent care.
We are actively looking to expand our community team across Solihull and are seeking Nurses at Band 4. You could be returning to practice, seeking a move from ward-based nursing, newly qualified or just intrigued by what community nursing entails.
Supported by our award-winning UHB School of Nursing, AHP’s, and Midwifery we can offer you a career assured of; quality education, well-being, leadership, and all aspects of personal development. Within the School, we offer a range of internal/external pathways to Research, Master’s, and Ph.D. that can be tailored to your career ambitions.
We give ongoing training, mentorship, and guidance to all and can support career enhancement through education and learning. You can simply apply via this advert or drop us an email at email@example.com
- As an NMC registered practitioner, you will work in a clinical field, with minimal supervision from and report to a Registered Nurse.
- You will deliver safe, compassionate, and dignified patient-centered health care. You will be expected to plan and prioritize your workload; implement evidence-based care; utilize relevant guidance, protocols, and policies (local and national); and contribute to care planning and patient review.
- You will be responsible for completing any work-based training and associated competency required by the role.
- You will coordinate and deliver direct care for a designated group of patients. Recognizing and taking responsibility and accountability for the way the care is delivered (as per registered practitioner guidelines).
- You will be responsible for the delegation of appropriate duties to staff whilst developing and supervising junior staff/student nurses.
- You will work collaboratively within a multidisciplinary team to support and assist the patient’s healthcare journey.
- You will be respectful, and professional at all times and foster excellent communication skills.
- You will adhere to the documentation standards required by the trust/employer and their regulatory body.
- You will advocate for all individuals in their care, upholding the NMC standards in all interactions.
- GCSE or equivalent to Level 2 Functional Skills Maths & English.
- NMC registered Nursing Associate.
- Level 5 Foundation Degree In Health & Care associated with Nursing Associate training.
- Evidence of working in a multi-disciplinary and cross-agency work environment under appropriate supervision as part of a multidisciplinary team.
- Experience in providing and receiving complex sensitive information.
- Experience in managing/prioritising own case load/workload, using initiative.
- Competent in a range of clinical skills and practices relevant to the scope of practice required.
- Experience in delegating duties to others.
- Insight into how to evaluate own strengths and development needs, seeking advice where appropriate.