Associate Nursing Practitioner Epsom and St Helier University Hospitals NHS Trust

  • Full Time
  • Permanent
  • Carshalton
  • 29,460 - 31,909 £ / Year

Epsom and St Helier University Hospitals NHS Trust

Job details

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Pay

  • £29,460 – £31,909 a year

Job type

  • Permanent
  • Full-time

Shift and schedule

  • Weekend availability

Location

Carshalton

Full job description

NHS AfC: Band 4

Main area
Nursing Associate – Band 4
Grade
NHS AfC: Band 4
Contract
Permanent
Hours
Full time – 37.5 hours per week (long days, nights, weekends)
Job ref
343-6118089-RB-SK
Site
A3 ward – Hip Fracture Unit St. Helier Hospital 3rd floor A-Block
Town
Carshalton
Salary
£29,460 – £31,909 per annum inc HCAS (pro-rata)
Salary period
Yearly
Closing
09/04/2024 23:59

The statutory requirement to be fully Covid-19 vaccinated as a condition of employment from April 2022 is subject to legislative review.

The successful applicant may have contact with vulnerable service users and we will therefore seek proof of being fully vaccinated or exemption during the recruitment process.

As an NHS Trust we strongly encourage and support vaccination uptake as this remains the best line of defence against COVID19.

 

Job overview

 

The Nursing Associate is a registered practitioner with the NMC and will act in accordance with the NMC Nursing Associate Standards of Proficiency and the NMC code.

Job summary
Provide optimum quality of care to patients, offering support to the multi-professional team, will take responsibility for an identified area on regular shift.
Administer medications in alignment with NMC standards of proficiency and Trust policy and procedure.
The post holder will be required to play an integral role in the delivery of Care Benchmarking activities and Trust specific CQUINS targets and participate in audits

 

Main duties of the job

 

The Nursing Associate is a registered practitioner with the NMC and will act in accordance with the NMC Nursing Associate Standards of Proficiency and the NMC code.

Provide optimum quality of care to patients, offering support to the multi-professional team, will take responsibility for an identified area on regular shift.
Administer medications in alignment with NMC standards of proficiency and Trust policy and procedure.
The post holder will be required to play an integral role in the delivery of Care Benchmarking activities and Trust specific CQUINS targets and participate in audits

 

Working for our organisation

 

Our ambition is to provide an outstanding level of care to our patients and communities. Above all we value respect. This means everyone at the Trust – whether a member of staff, a patient or their loved ones – can expect to be treated with respect, whatever their role or background. This ensures kind, positive, professional teamwork, delivering great care to every patient, every day. By choosing to work here, you also choose to value and role model respect. This means having respect for the Trust and your roles and responsibilities, as well as colleagues, patients and anyone who interacts with the Trust.

 

Detailed job description and main responsibilities

Please see the attached supporting document which contains more and person specification information about the role.

Person specification

Qualification

Essential criteria
  • Foundation Degree in Nursing. GCSE/Functional skills in English & Maths level 2 Trained Nursing Associate Registered with the NMC. Understands and acts in line with NMC professional standards for practice contained within The Code, and NMC Nursing Associate Standards of Proficiency.
Desirable criteria
  • Knowledge of Clinical Audit and Clinical Governance
  • Computer skills

Knowledge

Essential criteria
  • Has an understanding of the scope of the role of the Nursing Associate in context of the nursing and interdisciplinary team and the organisation, and how the role may Professional Portfolio and Interview Application Form and Interview South West London Acute Provider Collaborative contribute to service development Knowledge of when to seek advice and escalate to the appropriate professional for expert help. Understand requirements for NMC professional revalidation
Desirable criteria
  • Professional Portfolio

Skills

Essential criteria
  • Good verbal, written and Interpersonal & communication skills. Willingness to develop own practice
Desirable criteria
  • Computer skills

 

Our mission: ‘to put the patient first by delivering great care to every patient, every day.’

There’s never been a better time to join the Epsom and St Helier team. Our hospitals are facing a bright and busy future, and our staff have a proven track record in providing high quality, compassionate care for our patients.

Boasting incredible staff benefits and dedicated training schemes, working for us will not only take your career forward, but could help to transform the lives of our patients and visitors.

We offer all employees some fantastic staff benefits, and are the only hospitals in Surrey to offer staff the London high cost area supplement. Our hospitals also benefit from great locations, so whether you’re attracted to the bright lights of the city or the countryside of Epsom Downs, both are within easy reach.

FURTHER INFORMATION

 

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Ethan Anderson

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