Registered Nurse (Days) - Birmingham

Location
Birmingham, West Midlands
Salary
£16.50 per hour
Posted
06 Sep 2019
Closes
04 Oct 2019
Ref
3630
Nursing Field
Care Home
Job Type
Permanent

Do you want to join a company that cares?  When joining Avery you can expect:
 
* support with revalidation through in-house workshops * highly competitive rates of pay * instant access to your wages. No need to wait for payday! *exclusive employee discounts incl. retail and leisure savings * excellent career development incl. formal clinical training * flexible working * free parking * 

33 hours per week - Working day shifts (08:00 - 20:00) on a rota basis to include weekends

£16.50 per hour

Albion Court, located in Birmingham,are currently recruiting for a Registered Nurses to provide excellent standards of clinical care to our residents.  As a Registered Nurse with a passion for the delivery of clinical excellence, you will additionally provide support to the Home Manager by coaching and guiding care teams on shift and providing a safe, caring, stimulating and homely environment for residents and their visitors. 

It is essential for this position that you hold a current NMC pin.

The key responsibilities of our Registered Nurses include:

  • Maintaining high standards of care by undertaking accurate assessment and planning of care, delivery and ongoing evaluation of care plans, together with appropriate hand-over, to ensure all residents’ needs are continuously met.
  • Responsible for the effective deployment and supervision of staff within the care team, ensuring all tasks are completed during the period of duty and residents receive required care.
  • Undertake nursing tasks including but not limited to, distribution of medication, dressings, catheterisation, tube feeding and management of chronic medical conditions.
  • Provide staff support, demonstration and instruction of care activities, particularly in relation to the induction and mentoring of new staff.
  • Liaise with health and social care professionals involved in the wellbeing of individual residents to maintain a holistic approach to their care.
  • Provide advice to families of residents and GP’s of any changes in condition, which gives rise to concern and keeps them informed and involved in choices for ongoing care.
  • Develop and maintain positive working relationships with all residents, families, visitors and colleagues.