Croft Care Trust Barrow-in-Furness, UK
06 Dec, 2018Full Time
We are searching for a caring and enthusiastic Nurse (RNLD, RGN, RNMH) to join our staff team. ABOUT THE ROLE: This position will involve working night shifts (21:15 - 08:30) on a "five on, five off" pattern. The main responsibilities are: To provide a high standard of direct nursing care to residents, based on the assessment of care needs and in consultation with the residents, their families and the care team. To continuously evaluate the equality of care given, and regularly reassess the needs of the clients and to effect changes required to achieve planned goals. To administer and order medicines, also the safe disposal of medication Liaise with GP, chiropodist, occupational therapist, physiotherapist and other members of a wider care team. Care planning and implementation of care plans To work within the NMC codes of conduct and Scope of Practice and within Croft Care Trust policies and procedures. To continuously review your own nursing practices and develop new skills and knowledge through continuous professional development training that contributes to the enhancement of patient care skills. To work closely with other members of the care team, ensuring that effective, high quality care is given, to achieve planned goals. To ensure the effective and efficient use of all home resources To keep the next of kin informed of significant changes in a Residents condition. To ensure religious, cultural, emotional and psychological support for Residents and their families To attend and participate in relevant staff meetings. PACKAGE: In addition to stated pay we also offer: Time & a Half for bank holidays &; Reimbursement of yearly NMC registration fees &; 7% Pension contribution &; Childcare voucher scheme available &; CPD & training Funded &; 28 days annual leave per annum. ABOUT US: Croft Care Trust was founded by local families to provide day care services for their disabled children over 50 years ago. The charity has evolved over the years with the help of the local rotary into the service that is provided today. This is an ISO:9001 registered Nursing Home with 46 long term care beds (23 nursing and 23 residential) set in a homely environment with a dedicated and committed staff team to help the residents lead a full and active life. We aim to provide a safe and caring environment for Residents as long as it is needed. We seek to maximize the development of each individual within their own potential. As such each resident receives individual care of the highest possible standard. This is based on current knowledge and research and promotes privacy, dignity and respect. ABOUT YOU: The ideal candidate will: Be enthusiastic Have good communication and organisational skills Be a team player Have the ability to work on own initiative Be friendly, creative and confident Have a genuine interest in working with the people with Learning Difficulties Have life skills Have a flexible approach towards working routines Undertake a satisfactory DBS check. All levels of experience will be considered for this role, however you must have an active NMC pin number.