Do you want to take your nursing career in another direction? Are you seeking a role where your attention to detail, compassion and empathy are matched with a work life balance, education and opportunities to develop into the medico legal profession? Or perhaps you would like to transition your career into Occupational/ Vocational review.
Our client is seeking registered general nurses to join their organisation in Edinburgh.
Day to Day
You will assess up to a maximum of five customers per day, taking your clinical observations and questioning and creating a written report which you will pass on to the Department of Work and Pensions (DWP) who will make a decision on support for the customer, your report will only form part of that decision. You will assess an occupational benefit Employment and Support Allowance managed by DWP.
Customers will have multiple clinical issues; you will be given industry-leading training provided by my client's amazing clinical tutors. The course will provide you will the skills to support customers and transfer your current medical skills and knowledge to the level required for the role.
Full training is approximately 6 months duration, during which you will be paid. This role will maintain your registration with the NMC and you will receive revalidation support to maintain your registration.
Once you have completed their comprehensive training, the investment in you does not end. You will have ongoing CPD, with over 100 hours CPD protected per annum, support with revalidation and the opportunity to develop your career within the organisation. You will be allocated a clinical supervisor and can study for the Diploma is Disability Assessment Medicine accredited by the FOM
A Registered General Nurse who is working primarily in-patient facing roles dealing with a wide range of clinical conditions. Minimum of 2 years' experience, however, less than one year will be considered for outstanding candidates. Computer or IT skills are a distinct advantage. Typing or keyboard skills with an ability to type at 30 words per minute. The client group requires nurses to have highly adaptable communication skills, display empathy and compassion