Staff Nurse (Newbridge)

Staff Nurse (Newbridge)

To work as part of the multidisciplinary team the Staff Nurse will provide high quality support to enable young people to help themselves in their recovery from their eating disorder.

Schoen Clinic Newbridge

Description

We are currently looking for both full time and part time Staff Nurses to join our team at Schoen Clinic Newbrige House.

To work as part of the multi-disciplinary team the Staff Nurse will provide high quality support to enable young people to help themselves in their recovery from their eating disorder.

To provide clinical care to the inpatients, according to the treatment plans prescribed by the MDT.

This will involve planning, implementing, assessing and evaluating nursing care, using evidence based practice. Working as part of a multi-disciplinary team is a key feature of the role, as well as utilising a patient-centred approach, and involving families in planning and implementation of care.

Schoen Clinic Newbridge House is a specialist Eating Disorder unit based in Streetly, Sutton Coldfield, providing in and out-patient services to young people aged 8-18. With an enviable reputation for excellent service provision we have had significant success through the dedication, innovation, and determination of our talented and close team of professionals. The unit was rated "Outstanding" by the CQC in 2016 and 2018

Please note shifts are the following:

Early - 7:00am - 1:00pm

Late - 1:00pm - 9:00pm

Nights - 8:00pm - 8:00am

Principle Duties

  • Contribute to highly specialist assessment of eating disorders in young people.
  • Establish therapeutic relationships with patients.
  • Assist in the development, co-facilitation and staffing of therapeutic groups.
  • Maintain appropriate, supportive and respectful relationships with carers and family members
  • Ensure that confidentiality is maintained at all times in accordance with the General Data Protection Act, The Children Act, Safeguarding legislation, the NMC and Newbridge House Policy.
  • Operate at own level of professional competency.
  • Contribute to appropriate multi-disciplinary meetings.
  • Manage the implementation of therapeutic meal provision.
  • Be responsible for the safe storage and administration of medicines and clinical equipment.
  • Demonstrate awareness of safeguarding principles in all dealings with young people and their families.

 

OUR AWARDS & NOMINATIONS

2020 

  • HOSPITAL GROUP OF YEAR - WINNER
  • Nursing Practice (Schoen Clinic Newbridge)
  • Healthcare Outcomes (Schoen Clinic Newbridge)
  • Management Excellence (Schoen Clinic UK)
  • Hospital (Schoen Clinic London)

2019

  • HOSPITAL - WINNER
  • Hospital Group (Schoen Clinic London)
  • Nursing Practice (Schoen Clinic London)

 

Schoen Clinic Culture
Our culture of world-class medical excellence is based around our five key values:

Accountable      Taking ownership of the things I say and do
Caring               Treating others as I would like to be treated
Collaborative     Working together to make a winning team
Courageous       Being proud to be different and challenge the norm
Determined       Seeing things through to meet and exceed expectations

Please note:
Due to the volumes of applications we expect to receive, Schoen Clinic reserves the right to close the job advert before its assigned closing date if we find the ideal candidate for this position.

Whilst Schoen Clinic value the services of recruitment agencies, we do not wish to engage on this occasion. Thank you.

Locations
Schoen Clinic Newbridge

Type
Full time

Category
Nursing

Salary
Salary up to £32,500 per annum (including enhancements)

Closing Date
30th September 2021

Skills

  • RMN, and /or Registered Children’s nurse
  • Skills in clinical risk assessment.
  • Knowledge of Mental Health Act and Children Act.
  • Knowledge of NICE guidelines for the treatment of eating disorders.
  • Knowledge of Junior Marzipan guidelines for the treatment of eating disorders
  • Knowledge of Safeguarding legislation and practice
  • Ability to maintain professional boundaries.
  • Experience of using Microsoft Office products
  • Ability to work as an effective team member, displaying a flexible and supportive approach when appropriate.
  • Ability to work sensitively with clients, relatives and carers.

Benefits

  • Salary up to £32,500 (including enhancements) with an annual salary review
  • This is a full time position, working 37.5 hours per week
  • 25 days holiday + 8 Bank Holidays
  • Pension scheme