Specialist Community Public Health Nurse 0-5 (HV)

Stevenage, Hertfordshire, England
SG3 6HY
Hertfordshire NHS £ 32306.0 - 39027.0 Per year Full time Save This Job
Pay
£ 32306.0 - 39027.0 Per year
Hours
Full time
Type
Permanent
Job level
Qualified (non-manager)
Posted
28 Jul 2022
Closes
27 Aug 2022

Job Description

Detailed job description and main responsibilities
Whilst it is not a legal requirement, Hertfordshire Community NHS Trust encourages and supports all staff to be vaccinated as this remains the best line of defence against COVID-19.
MAIN DUTIES and RESPONSIBILITIES:
  • The post holder will work within the HCT clinical governance framework, which is embedded in the day-to-day practice. Every clinical member of staff must work within the framework.
  • Establish clear and effective communication links with children/young people, parents/carers, education staff, and a range of other professionals from both voluntary and statutory organizations.
  • Listen appropriately and take into account any sensitive issues and communicate these to appropriate persons/agencies ensuring that children are protected and that disclosures are acted upon appropriately.
  • Utilise a range of communication skills e.g. negotiation to gain commitment from others and formal presentations, etc.
  • To act appropriately upon feedback obtained in order to enable appropriate interventions to be implemented.
  • Utilise a range of communication methods with colleagues and managers to include electronic communication.
  • Assess, plan and implement interventions and programmes of care for 0-19 children and young people.
  • Participate in restorative supervision sessions within the designated locality.
  • Use their own professional judgement to identify solutions to a range of day-to-day problems, seeking advice where appropriate from the Team Leader in the first instance.
  • Identify the relevant health and social issues within the team's designated caseload.
  • Recognise indicators of child abuse and initiate Safeguarding measures in accordance with recognised policies, and procedures of the Trust, and relevant Local Safeguarding Children Board and attend any meetings as appropriate.
Patient / Customer Care
  • Organise and undertake health surveillance and screening as determined by the HCP core programme of care, referring to appropriate services as necessary.
  • Undertake health promotion/education activities that are congruent with identified needs and local and government targets.
  • Demonstrate an evidence-based approach to practice to enable the development of a high standard of service provision.
  • Demonstrate cultural awareness in relation to client needs.
  • Undertake home visits in accordance with the Trust's Health & Safety Policy, in relation to lone working.
  • Participate in the Health assessment of Looked After Children [LAC], seeking advice and support from Designated Nurse for LAC as appropriate.
  • To identify the safeguarding needs of children and vulnerable adults and to ensure timely implementation of care as stipulated by legislation and local policy.
  • Provide individuals, families or communities with specialist advice in order for them to make informed choices about their health.
  • To assess, develop and implement with clients, personalised care plans using evidence based care.
  • Utilise health needs analyses to identify and plan programmes of interventions which will meet the health needs of individuals, families and communities.
  • Maintain professional records in accordance with both the Trust and NMC record keeping policies.
Strategic Management
  • Manage their time effectively to ensure prioritisation of workload in order to achieve agreed deadlines.
  • Plan, organise and oversee the workload for both themselves and those for whom they are responsible within the team.
  • Be responsive to fluctuations in workload and resources and take action as appropriate.
  • Manage unpredictable and/or volatile situations effectively.
  • Manage programmes of care to meet identified need.
  • Assist in the delivery of local implementation plans for the Hertfordshire Children and Young People's Plan, etc. In undertaking this role, work in collaboration with other Senior Managers, Service Leaders and Stakeholders.
  • Identify and report appropriately all incidents and near misses that may compromise the safety of staff and clients and address and manage such issues in conjunction with the Team Leader.
  • Undertake the role of Lead Professional where appropriate (as defined in the Every Child Matters documentation 2004).
  • Undertake mandatory training as required by HCT and be responsible for own professional development updating of current evidence-based practice using a variety of resources.
  • Undertake these activities autonomously adhering to Trust policies in a variety of settings.
  • Lead on the planning and organisation of public health sessions as appropriate
  • Act as a mentor to Specialist Community Public Health (SCPHN) s

Ref: 22CYPEBPH

Job Details

Specialist Community Public Health Nurse 0-5 (HV)

Stevenage, Hertfordshire, Englandd Hertfordshire NHS
Pay
£ 32306.0 - 39027.0 Per year
Job level
Qualified (non-manager)
Hours
Full time
Posted
28 Jul 2022
Type
Permanent
Closes
27 Aug 2022

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