Senior Staff Nurse- Ferndown-£24ph
Hours: 36 or 42 per week- alternate weekends
Paid breaks and free meals on duty
Opportunities for career development to Clinical Lead and beyond
Support to achieve revalidation
Annual NMC subscription reimbursed
Planned and fully supported induction regardless of experience
Staff recommendation scheme
Company recognition and awards night
Clinical and dementia care conferences
Support with practice supervision and assessor roles in line with NMC guidelines
Hands-on practical training plus access to Health Education England and Nursing Times e-Learning modules
Development of leadership skills
Clinical skills updates on subjects including venepuncture, catheterisation, T34 syringe driver, end-of-life care, and much more.
Amber Mace is delighted to be recruiting for a Senior Staff Nurse to join the team at an outstanding specialist nurse-led and therapy driven nursing home near Ferndown. If you are an outstanding Nurse, with experience at senior level and looking for a new opportunity within Dorset then this is the perfect role for you!
The home offers personalised support plans and detailed risk assessments, which enables the residents to think about, plan and achieve meaningful goals. The home is a fantastic place to work, and the team is passionate about the care, support and treatment it provides.
The Senior Staff Nurse within the home, you will work as part of a team to deliver excellent, person-centred care to the residents of the home. You will also be responsible for administering medication, personal care, maintaining patient records and developing therapeutic relationships with the residents. You will be joining a fantastic organisation that offers continuous professional development, training and benefits!
Promote and maintain a high standard of nursing care
To work within the NMC Code of Professional Conduct and the Commission for Social Care Inspection standards
Provide inspiring leadership to colleagues and oversee the delivery of high quality nursing care.
Conform to the latest guidelines, maintain the highest levels of clinical governance, whilst regularly auditing practices and procedures.
Developing therapeutic relationships to optimise patient engagement
Following all codes of conduct, standards and legislation, respecting the rights of others and promoting ethical practice
Accepting personal and shared responsibility for the maintenance of quality nursing care within the service
RMN/RNLD/RGN with current Nurse PIN
Have experience in a similar care environment
Strong clinical background
Proven ability to lead and supervise a team
Very competitive hourly rate with the option of overtime
Great induction and on-going training
Career progression and support in achieving nationally recognised qualifications
Immediate start available (subject to DBS and references)
For more information regarding this fantastic opportunity at a first rate home or to apply please contact Lindsay Hughes at Amber Mace on 01904 571 187 or send an up to date CV!
To apply for this job email your details to Toni@ambermace.com.