Band 7 Team Leader: Adult Community Nursing in Camden NW1
Central and North West London (CNWL) NHS Trust is a large, forward thinking Foundation Trust which delivers both physical and mental health services across a number of London boroughs, in Milton Keynes and to several prisons spread across the South-East.
In Camden our integrated community teams work hard to provide high quality physical health care to patients throughout the Borough. The work reflects the inner London population: it is busy and challenging, hugely varied and often incredibly rewarding. The Team Leaders provide care to the most complex patients and leadership and support to others in the team as well as deputising for the Band 8as in the Service. We see the Team Lead posts as key to the work of the whole Service so we expect a lot but we are also genuinely committed to looking after the successful candidates and offer support and excellent development opportunities.
Team Leaders in Adult Community Nursing in Camden have access to the following benefits.
Development Opportunities: we are committed to looking after our Team Leads and will offer support to help you do the best possible job you can and will also offer excellent development opportunities. All Band 7 Team Leaders automatically join our talent pipeline designed to help you plan how to get to where you want to be professionally in 5 years time.
Working in an innovative service: we work closely with our GPs, CCG and adult social care and together we have introduced an innovative pathway for the people in the community with the most complex needs. We also benefit from being part of such a large Trust and being able to call upon the expertise of such a wide range of services.
Environment: working in central London surrounded by large London teaching hospitals with the British Library and the Welcome Trust just down the road is exciting
The successful candidates will:
- Be NMC registered as an RGN, have at least four years post-registration experience and previous experience of working in the community.
- We are looking for someone who has the experience, skills and desire to give the best possible care to people with complex needs and has the confidence to support other staff.
- Have a DN qualification or be willing to work towards the qualification Be a non-medical prescriber or be willing to work towards becoming one
- Be able to confidently present complex cases to the community multi-disciplinary team
- Able to inspire and motivate others and facilitate reflection so those around you are able to learn
If you are interested and think you meet the requirements listed above then please email via the apply button below or telephone 0203 317 3814
We are looking to fill permanent full-time vacancies but will accept expressions of interest from candidates looking for part-time work.