Bank Nurse

Recruiter
INTERSERVE
Location
Lewes
Salary
Up to £10,000
Posted
11 Oct 2020
Closes
19 Oct 2020
Ref
1748542297
Contract Type
Permanent
Hours
Part Time
Do you want a new and exciting challenge?

Interserve Healthcare are searching for experienced Registered Nurses (Adult and Paediatric) looking to further their career in a clinically diverse community setting within London and the surrounding areas working as a Bank nurse.

What to expect in the role
  • Pay of £20 to £25 per hour
  • Ad hoc flexible working to suit personal circumstances
  • Community based
  • A varied and exciting role allowing you to use your skills and experience in several different clinical activities
  • Working as part of a team
  • Opportunity to gain experience in the private healthcare sector
  • Improving and supporting the quality of life and well-being of clients
  • Supporting care staff in delivering high quality client specific care
  • Using your skills and experience to delegate clinical tasks to colleagues

What we can offer you
  • Flexible working. Work life balance; field based with opportunity to work from home
  • Training and career development opportunities
  • Access to an established clinical team & RCN learning representatives.

Responsibilities can include
  • To work independently, liaising with other members of the clinical team to support a caseload of clients.
  • Assessing new client referrals, supporting the operational team to implement new care packages, writing person centred care plans & risk assessments.
  • On-going assessment of existing clients, ensuring highest levels of care are delivered.
  • Regular communication with the wider Multi-Disciplinary Team, acting as the client’s advocate
  • Review, auditing and maintenance of clinical documentation
  • Monitoring and ensuring the delivery of care is clinically suitable & evidence based
  • Teaching, assessing & delegating skills for HCA and Support Workers
  • Work with patients/clients who have a range of clinical & complex needs

With these responsibilities in mind, the successful candidate must be highly organised with the ability to use their own initiative whilst working within a team, as well as being confident and having the ability to instil confidence in others

Essential Requirements
  • Excellent interpersonal, communication, decision making and time management skills
  • Current valid NMC pin registration
  • The right to live and work in the UK
  • At least 6 months' post-qualification experience in a nursing role
  • At least 2 referee contact details