Family Nurse – Band 7 Bromley Healthcare Orpington BR6

  • Part Time
  • Orpington BR6
  • 49,178 - 55,492 £ / Year

Bromley Healthcare

Job details

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Pay

  • £49,178 – £55,492 a year

Job type

  • Part-time

Location

Orpington BR6

Benefits

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  • Car scheme
  • Company pension
  • Employee assistance programme
  • Employee discount
  • Gym membership

Full job description

£49,178 – £55,492 Inc HCAS Per annum pro rata

Part-time – 30 hours per week (4 days a week)

Bromley Healthcare is proud that within our 0-19 public health nursing service we deliver The Family Nurse Partnership Programme- a national evidence-based intensive early intervention programme to support young first-time parents under the age of 24 years living in the borough.

The aim of the programme is to improve antenatal maternal and infant health, support early child development and sensitive caregiving and support young mothers to work towards their own goals and develop economic self-sufficiency.

We are seeking an enthusiastic nurse practitioner to join our small team of experienced family nurses to deliver this programme. Post holders will be required to develop high-level specialist skills to work within the clinical methods of the structured programme.

Family nurses will be expected to develop positive therapeutic relationships with clients and work intensively within complex family situations to achieve the expected outcomes of the programme.

This is a demanding specialist role requiring high levels of professional skills and practice and the ability to work as part of a team.

To recruit clients onto the family nurse partnership programme ( FNP)and complete regular home visits to deliver this early intervention parenting programme with young, often hard-to-reach clients.

To complete the Healthy Child Programme key contacts for review and assessment of their child’s development,

To collect data with the client’s consent and enter it into the FNP TURAS database which is used to analyze the delivery of the FNP programme and its measurable impact.

More extensive responsibilities of the role are outlined in the attached job decription doucument.

Bromley Healthcare, as a community interest company, offers an extensive array of services ranging from community nursing, including district nursing and health visiting, to specialised nursing care, along with therapy services catering to individuals across various age groups.

Compensation is contingent upon NHS experience and current banding/pay point.

We provide an outstanding benefits package, which includes pension schemes, discounted gym memberships, a cycle-to-work scheme, access to home furnishings and electronics, access to Employee Assistance Program (EAP), discounts at various high street retailers, eligibility for the Blue Light Card, the opportunity to apply for low-interest personal loans, and an excellent lease car scheme. Additionally, we are continuously striving to enhance our employee benefits offerings

see attached job description and personal specification for full details

To recruit and engage eligible, hard-to-reach pregnant young women to the FNP programme.

To use programme materials and methods in the clients’ homes in order to achieve the following;

improve the health outcomes of pregnancy;

improve children’s health and development by enabling parents to provide more sensitive and responsive care of them; and

Improve parental life-course by helping parents plan future pregnancies, complete their education, and work towards their own goals.

To work therapeutically with a caseload of up to 23 clients and their families to promote behaviour change and positive outcomes for children and families.

To take a lead professional role when required where children and young people with additional needs require an integrated package of support from more than one practitioner/service.

To engage in weekly reflective supervision, to ensure that use of FNP programme methods is reflected on and that clients’ progress is monitored. This ensures that the service offered to clients is of high quality and the programme structure and core model elements of the programme are adhered to.

To work in collaboration with local statutory and mainstream services to ensure that families become confident in accessing a range of other universal health and support services and are ready to graduate from the programme when the child is two years old.

To apply for this job please visit www.bromleyhealthcare.org.uk.

Author

Ethan Anderson

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