Staff Nurse

Bradford, West Yorkshire, England
HD6 4JH
Bradford District Care NHS Foundation Trust £ 25.655 - 31.534 Per year Full time Save This Job
Pay
£ 25.655 - 31.534 Per year
Hours
Full time
Type
Permanent
Job level
Qualified (non-manager)
Posted
12 May 2022
Closes
10 Jun 2022

Job Description

Detailed job description and main responsibilities
Our aim is to create a culture of continuous improvement, inclusivity and trust. We encourage and celebrate diversity, and welcome candidates who reflect the communities we support.

A friendly service where we promote work-life balance, flexible working, and local recognition awards for a great job done, which meets the needs of people, we aim to offer as much flexibility as we can whether that's job share, part-time or other work pattern. If it works for the service, we will do our best to make it work for you.

We welcome and encourage job applications from people of all backgrounds, including candidates from ethnic minority communities who can deliver culturally sensitive services and people who are disabled and are currently under-represented throughout our services. We love talent and we would love the opportunity to talk to you and hear about yours.

We have made a positive commitment to employing people with a disability and guarantee to interview all candidates who meet the minimum essential criteria for the role as set out in role profiles.
  • Main duties:
    Patient Care

    Responsible for ensuring that he/she:
  • Practices at all times within the professional parameters prescribed by the
    Nursing and Midwifery Council (NMC).
  • Assesses holistic care needs using evidence-based assessment tools.
  • Prepares a relevant, evidence-based plan of care detailing interventions to risk assess manage and treat mental health needs.
  • Provides skilled nursing interventions, which are based on the agreed plan of care.
  • Evaluates and updates the plan of care to ensure patient needs are met.
  • Administers prescribed medical treatments within the framework provided by professional, legal and local policy guidance.
  • Observes and reports on the effects of prescribed medical treatments.
  • Contributes to multi- disciplinary/ agency meetings and care plans.
  • Facilitates empowerment and choice for service users as far as legal and risk
    Management constraints allow.
  • Supports and facilitates patient advocacy.
  • Contributes to programmes of research and practice development.2. Working as part of a Team
  • Promotes effective team working
  • Promotes multi- agency collaboration.3. Managing Self
    • Participate in regular supervision.
    • Attend all mandatory training.
    • Participate annually identifying, developing and agreeing your own development plan with your line manager using the Trust Appraisal and KSF process.
    • Comply with all Trust policies, procedures and protocols.
    • Pay regard to materials and equipment.
    • Carry out duties with due regard to the Trust's Equal Opportunity Policy.
    • Seek advice and support from Team Leader whenever necessary.
  • Staff Supervision and Support
  • Supervises junior staff.
  • Assists in the identification of staff development needs. Supports staff to attain development objectives as identified through the Trust Development scheme.
  • Contributes to teaching and staff development as highlighted in identification process.
  • Financial Responsibility
    Assists in the efficient management of resources including deployment of staff on a shift basis.
  • Safeguarding
    All staff members have a duty to report any concerns they have about the safety or well being of adult service users, members of their families, including children. Employees should be aware of their roles & responsibilities to both prevent and respond appropriately to abuse. They should undertake the safeguarding training required for their particular role.
    9. Core Values:
    Our vision, values and goals

    Our five-Per Year plan sets out our new vision, values and goals, and our collective ambitions (our strategic framework) for the next five Per Years (2019-23).

    We've developed these together with you, the people who use our services, our communities and partners, so the work reflects what we all think are our priorities over the next five Per Years.

    The plan gives us a shared focus - a framework - for everything we do.

    Our framework covers what we all said was important to us and our long-term goals to 2023. In summary:

    Our purpose (what we're here to do) - 'To create connected communities and help people to feel as healthy as they can be at every point in their lives'.

    Our vision (our long-term goal) - 'To connect people to the best quality care, when and where they need it, and be a national role model as an employer'.

    Our values (how we'll do it) - 'We care, we listen, We deliver'.

    And why? - we've summed this up in three words (our core statement); everything we do will focus on making 'better lives, together', and that goes for everyone, whether it's staff or the communities we serve.

    The Governments' prop
  • Ref: 34860936

    Job Details

    Staff Nurse

    Bradford, West Yorkshire, Englandd Bradford District Care NHS Foundation Trust
    Pay
    £ 25.655 - 31.534 Per year
    Job level
    Qualified (non-manager)
    Hours
    Full time
    Posted
    12 May 2022
    Type
    Permanent
    Closes
    10 Jun 2022

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