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Staff Nurse

Staff Nurse
Location: Perry Barr, Birmingham
Salary: GBP16.50- GBP17.00 per hour (GBP30,888 - GBP31,824 per annum)
Nights - Full or Part Time (24 or 36 hour contract)
12 hour shifts - 8pm to 8am

Time Recruitment is assisting a highly regarded CQC rated 'OUTSTANDING' care home in the Perry Barr area of Birmingham in its search for a Staff Nurse; the service has plenty of public transport routes nearby and offers free parking.

With such high and recent accolades from CQC they have been heavily promoted as being a well lead service with the registered manager also being RNLD qualified and a registered nurse practitioner and specialist trainer; with a clinical deputy manager on hand also ensuring you will get high quality, regular clinical development with the majority of staff being train the trainer qualified!

A specialist service with two homes on one site this site offers specialist support for those with dementia and enduring mental health problems who require clinical care.

Responsibilities for an Staff Nurse working here are as follows:

- Medication rounds and planning
- Risk assessment
- Safeguarding and DOLS
- Assessment and discharge
- Therapeutic Intervention
- Physical Assessment

The service works to gold standard frameworks and beacon status for palliative care also alongside offering the below advantages:

-GSF standard palliative care training
-Safeguarding training
-Electronic medication training and paperless working
-Medication training
-Train the trainer qualification/mentorship qualification
-Set shift patterns so you know your rota well in advance
-High staff nurse to patient ratio's - 3 staff nurses on nights - 10 carers and twilight staff on hand

We are able to accomodate RGN's/RMN's or RNLD's here with full training and support on offer; you must be NMC qualified to apply for the post.

For further information on working for this advanced; modern and truly innovative provider contact Sarah at Time Recruitment or apply below.


Staff Nurse

Birmingham, UK

Published on 6 Aug 2019