Proposed Salary £24907.00 To £30615.00 A Year
Career Level Staff
Experience 2 Years
The service is based by the Kent countryside, in a picturesque converted oast house with beautiful gardens. The post holder will be joining a very experienced and reputable multidisciplinary team, with an emphasis on helping clients make real changes to their lives.
The inpatient Detoxification service is now recruiting a Band 5 Staff Nurse for a key roles in an expanding team of nurses and support workers. You will be motivated, flexible, interested and ready to work in a challenging but very rewarding environment, where the client is at the centre of all our interventions. We will be willing to consider applications from all disciplines of Nursing. If your application is successful, you will be notified by e-mail. Therefore, please ensure that you regularly check your NHS jobs account.
Carry out comprehensive, systematic nursing assessments which take account of relevant mental, physical, social, cultural, psychological, spiritual, and environmental factors, in partnership with the patient and others through interaction, observation and measurement.
Work collaboratively with other disciplines, patients and their carers to agree a holistic person centred care plan that addresses the needs identified through assessment.
To deliver and evaluate safe, competent patient centred care in partnership with the service user and their carers to support recovery.
- To act as a Practice Assessor.
- To adhere to the NMC registration and revalidation requirements.
- To adhere to the most current NMC Code of Conduct at all times.
- To support the implementation of current and future Nursing Strategy.
- To adhere to KMPTs policies, procedures and guidelines.
- To support and behave in a way that upholds KMPT Trust values.
- To assess, act on and report any safeguarding concerns.
- To practise safely by being aware of the correct use, limitations and hazards of common interventions, including nursing activities and treatments.
- To report any concerns promptly through the appropriate channels and modify care when necessary to maintain safety, acting to keep patients and others safe.
- To provide educational support to optimise health and wellbeing; promoting self -care where possible, helping people to make choices about their needs and involve their carers where appropriate.
- To safely manage, administer medications and monitor their effects.
- To supervise a range of other staff and their activities as delegated.
- To carry out specific duties relevant to the setting e.g. nurse in charge, medicines clinic management, etc.
- Recording and reporting accurately any changes related to the patients current behaviour and/or risks to Nurse/healthcare professional in Charge in a timely manner.
- Recording care given in a timely manner as per professional and local standards using approved KMPT systems.
- Supporting and carrying out therapeutic observations as required and instructed.
- To make recommendations to the care plan process
- Promoting a healthy, safe and secure environment by adhering to Trust statutory health and safety requirements and maintaining confidentiality of information at all times in compliance with Trust policies, procedures, protocols and guidance.
- Acting as a role model and supporting new team members through demonstration and explanation of tasks and techniques.
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