Band 6 Practice Development Nurse - Kent

  • Job Reference: ELB6PDNK06
  • Date Posted: 11 July 2018
  • Recruiter: Maxxima
  • Location: South East England
  • Salary: £32,644 to £42,479
  • Sector: Nursing > Registered General Nurse
  • Job Type: Permanent
  • Work Hours: Full Time

Job Description

Maxxima Nursing Team is currently seeking an experienced Practice Development Nurse to fill a part time, 30 hours a week, permanent role in Kent. The ideal candidate will be an nurse with a Mentorship or Teaching qualification looking to join a Clinical Governance Team to support delivery of the services education strategy.

The salary for this Practice Development Nurse job is £32,644 - £42,479 FTE, per annum (includes London weighting) and is a permanent contract due to start ASAP.

Purpose of the Role -
To work with the Governance Team Leader in the development and implementation of the Clinical Governance strategy for the Hospice Care for Children
To support the embedding of a dynamic culture of high quality care which ensures enquiry and use of evidence based rationales for health and psychosocial care

Key responsibilities
To work alongside colleagues to ensure that clinical governance is embedded into practice by promoting understanding of and reasons for implementing into service delivery
Providing a wide range of training support options to staff, including group and 1:1 training on a range of clinical governance and clinical education topics

You will be expected to supervise practice, audit clinical care, teach and support professional colleagues and to provide skilled professional leadership. You will also bring a proactive influence imparting knowledge in a range of innovative ways to improve standards and ensure the Hospice Care for Children staff are confident, competent, skilled and safe practitioners.

Requirements of the Practice Development Nurse role:

- You must be a Registered general Nurse with a current NMC pin- child or learning disability branch
- You must have previous experience at a Band 6 level with a recognised Mentorship or Teaching qualification
- You must have experience of designing, delivering and evaluating training
- Relevant complex needs or palliative care clinical practice & skills
- This role will involve travel, so a driving licence is essential.

Contact us:

If you are interested in this Practice Development Nurse position please contact us now by clicking the apply button.
Due to the high volume of applications we receive, regretfully we are only able to respond to candidates who meet our client's requirements.

Reasonable adjustments:

If you consider yourself to have a disability or require any reasonable adjustment during the recruitment process or within the workplace, please highlight this at the earliest opportunity by contacting our nursing team. With this information, we will provide appropriate support to you throughout the process and into your work placement.

About us:

Maxxima has been offering high quality, flexible staffing solutions to the health and social care sectors for over 15 years. We work with public and private health clients, local authorities and social care providers throughout the UK and overseas.
We're the kind of people who put ourselves in your shoes. We'll always go out of our way, putting you first and delivering on what we say. You'll know who's supporting you every step of the way and we'll always have time to take your call.
We like to think we're a little bit different. Why? Because we like what we do, care about what you do, and you'll find we're unusually friendly.

Recommend a colleague:

Often, our candidates are so pleased with our service that they recommend us to their friends and colleagues. To encourage this and say thank you, we offer a referral bonus incentive.
The way it works is simple: if you introduce a candidate who is not previously known to Maxxima and we are successful in placing them, we will pay you up to £250. More information regarding referrals can be found on our website.
*The PQE range stated is purely a guide. We will consider candidates that fall outside of this range if they can strongly demonstrate the required competencies.