Recruiting a Nurse to lead a home based paediatric team providing care and therapy support for our client, to ensure high standards of care and medical protocols are followed, enabling an active and fun filled childhood.
Our client is a delightful seven year old boy with an underlying endocrine health care need and Cerebral Palsy resulting in physical and communication difficulties.
To assist with facilitation of the client’s physical wellbeing, education and social learning. He loves to play and have fun, in the house and garden, he enjoys books, using his computer and trips out of the home, to the park, beach, horse riding and hydrotherapy.
The role will include providing care for the client in his home, training and mentoring support workers and assisting as required with the co-ordination of the care package. Working with and reporting to parents and Case Manager. Parents are actively involved with all aspects of their son’s care.
We require a nurse with paediatric community experience, commitment and great organisational skills. Current NMC registration, (RSCN/RN ‘Child’ or RN ‘Adult’) and a minimum of 5 years post registration experience.
A full driving license to drive in the UK (endorsements to be disclosed).
Hours: 30 hours per week.
Term time: Before and after school and weekends
School Holidays: Day, evening and weekends
The role also includes night shifts and further information regarding these shifts will be available at interview.
Rates of pay: £18 - £22, Monday – Friday, Day Rate, dependent on experience
£20 - £24, Weekends, Day Rate, dependent on experience
Holiday: 5.6 weeks per year
Induction and relevant training will be given to promote continuity of high care standard.
If interested please contact ILS on 01722 746625 or by email: firstname.lastname@example.org for more information and for us to send you an application form for the role which must be completed and returned to us before the closing date. Please quote ref: 004/SF when enquiring about the role or applying for the role.
Closing Date: 3rd February 2017
The position requires a disclosure request from the DBS. A conviction will not necessarily prevent you from being employed.