Location: James Cook University Hospital Middlesbrough TS4 with community travel to care settings and cover in Durham for staff absences
Salary: £32k – £38k DOE
Hours: 40 hours per week flexible working over a 7-day service
Are you a motivated RGN with experience in the Care Home/Nursing Environment with a passion to drive our innovative and valued service?
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40 hours per week flexible working over a 7-day service
A trusted provider to the NHS since 1995, we are the UK’s largest independent provider in hospital discharge management and continuing healthcare services across all four NHS regions in England. We are a dynamic and expanding company driven by industry experts, bringing together the NHS, social care, providers and families to provide a committed and patient focused service.
We deliver our accredited Continuing Healthcare Education Module to all employees and our data management systems, ‘Caretrack and Broadcare’ are approved by NHS England. We have a reputation for responding quickly to customers’ needs and being ahead of the game in our training, thinking and exceptional high standards within Continuing Healthcare.
Our Trusted Assessors work to the highest standards with a commitment to ensure that some of society’s most vulnerable people transition efficiently at the point of hospital discharge. With the support of the wider CHS team coupled with your sound clinical and business knowledge, you will complete robust assessments for patients leaving hospital ensuring appropriate packages of care meet their needs in both domiciliary and care home settings.
You will work with care providers and hospital discharge teams to develop jointly agreed protocols and procedures for discharge assessment and decision-making. Working collaboratively with care homes, you will gain a comprehensive knowledge of their dynamics and structure, identifying their changes and updates ensuring effective and thorough assessments are delivered on their behalf.
You will support care homes with a high percentage rate of re-admissions into Hospital, providing root cause analysis on why, whilst identifying solutions.
This is a complex role for which you will provide high quality support including complex information and analysis, communications, and stakeholder management. You will be primarily based at James Cook University Hospital but will also be required to visit Residential and Nursing Homes on a regular basis working in partnership to ensure services are delivered efficiently and effectively. You will also be required to provide cover for absences at other sites in the North East.
- An exceptional and committed, qualified and registered RGN
- Advanced clinical assessment skills
- Able to engage and create professional relationships
- Talented in your ability to think quickly, creatively and to professionally challenge
- Develop knowledge of local resources, knowing when to utilise them
- Flexible approach to work
- Excellent communication and time management skills
- Ability to work both independently and part of the wider team
- Able to relate to all stakeholders in a professional manner
- Strong IT, administration and analytical skills taking pride in presenting and selling skills
- Promote the safeguarding and welfare of vulnerable adults
- Access and use of own vehicle
What we offer
In return you will be given the opportunity to work in a company that is growing strongly year on year. CHS Healthcare can offer you career progression and ongoing training to help you achieve your career objectives. We look for highly motivated individuals who have a genuine desire to build long lasting relationships and with a passion to succeed.
You are unique, so are we.
Here at CHS we are unique in what we do, so we need people who are unique to help us do it. We value the visible and invisible qualities, that make you who you are.
We are passionate about supporting our patients and their families. To do that well, we need a workforce that reflects the diverse communities we serve. Our inclusive culture celebrates all of our differences, and we want you to feel empowered to bring your full, authentic self to work. We are proud members of the Disability Confident Scheme, and are dedicated to ensuring we attract, employ and develop individuals with disabilities, at all levels. If you have a disability, we would love the opportunity to speak to you and discuss the support we can offer. Please contact our Recruitment/HR Department for a chat.
Please send your CV to: Maxine O’Neill firstname.lastname@example.org
Please include your mobile number and nursing PIN/professional registration number on your CV as you will be sent a text if you are shortlisted to take part in a structured competency-based telephone interview
Closing date for applications is 5th March 2021