Bank Senior RN Complex Care Nurse - Gloucestershire £25 - £3250
Are you looking for a new challenge in 2018?
Are you Passionate about delivering high quality person centred nursing care?
Would you like a flexible working agreement with excellent rates of pay?
Established in 1995 Network Health & Social Care have been successfully delivering nursing & care services to a variety of different settings throughout the UK.
Network Health & Social Care have invested in, and developed a specialist complex care team to deliver the highest quality and standards of individualised care to adults & children with the most challenging and complex long term conditions.
Our aim is to enable each service user to live as independently as possible, reaching their maximum potential and to enjoy real quality of life with family, friends and loved ones with dignity & respect.
We are currently seeking to compliment our existing nursing team with Bank RN's.
Our client base is in Bristol, Stroud & Glucestershire,
Shifts in the main are 12 hours & the majority of these are 7am - 7pm or 7pm - 7am, shifts would be working with 1 client in their own home.
As a part of the complex care nursing team you will be delivering specialist care to service users with complex long term conditions within their own home, conditions such as
- Acquired Brain Injuries
- Spinal Cord Injuries
- Motor Neurone Disease
- Cerebral Palsy
- Ventilator Dependent Clients
- Transitional Care
At Network healthcare we understand the impact and the importance that continuity and reliability has for service users and their families, and that is why we reward our staff with outstanding rates of pay for their skills, reliability and loyalty.
Current clear NMC registration
A minimum of 2 years experience post qualification
Previous experience with Spinal cord injury, Ventilation & Tracheostomies.
A commitment to delivering the highest standards of patient care, enabling service users to reach their full potential.
Punctual & Reliable
Whilst previous community experience is desirable it is not essential.
Be competent & comfortable working in an autonomous working environment
An understanding of complex care provision and the clinical & social challenges that delivering care in this environment can present.
Full UK driving License.
Flexibility to adapt to the needs of the service.