Sister/Charge Nurse - Diabetes
Lancashire Teaching Hospitals NHS Foundation Trust
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This is an amazing opportunity to develop your Nursing career. We are looking for an experienced Sister/Charge Nurse in Diabetes and Endocrinology team within Lancashire Teaching Hospitals NHS Foundation Trust.
We are an established Nursing team on Ward 5 who strive to provide an excellent standard of care to all our patients. The total bed capacity for 28 male and female in-patients specialising in Diabetes and Endocrinology.
Although it is a demanding ward we work closely as a team and deal with the day to day pressures with positivity and high levels of energy. We love making a difference and working together as a close family to gain the rewards of making a patients journey enjoyable and successful.
You must be able to lead, support and motivate a team to provide the highest quality patient care and show evidence of effective leadership, organisational and communication skills. If you are a dynamic and motivated individual then we would love for you to apply!
Main duties of the job
You must have previous experience as a senior Staff Nurse working in an acute setting and possess sound clinical assessment and communication skills. In return we can offer bespoke training opportunities to enable you to achieve your career goals.
You will support the Senior Sister/Charge Nurse or Matron in ensuring the provision of excellent care with compassion for the patients, relatives and visitors who are cared for within or by the ward, department, service or team.
You will be responsible for ensuring the planning, delivery and evaluation of care to meet the personalised health and wellbeing care needs of patients, in line with the Trust's Values & Nursing & Midwifery Professional Framework.
You will also provide strong leadership and direction to the team, monitoring and maintaining standards of care and professional practice to support day to day efficient running of the clinical area, service.
You will also act as a strong role model and provide development, clinical supervision and advice for other staff and students to support them in reaching their full potential. Actively engage in research and development opportunities for the service.
This will ensure the productive operation of the ward environment through the maintenance of a safe, clean and organised environment.
We have 9000 fantastic people working hard to deliver quality services to our patients. Whatever your role, you help look after 370,000 people in our local area & give specialist care to 1.5 million people across Lancashire & Cumbria.
Working with us gives you the knowledge and sense of pride that every activity you do genuinely does make a difference to support our patients & staff, ensuring we keep thriving & delivering outstanding healthcare right across our local towns.
You'll have access to varied development opportunities, learn new skills, meet fab people & do things you'd never have done.
You'll make an impact, be challenged to think differently, be bold & help innovate to keep improving things. Everything we do centres around patient care and enhancing their experience which means your role is pivotal and something really to be proud of.
Please read the job description listed below:
- Support the Senior Sister/Charge Nurse or Matron in ensuring the provision of excellent care with compassion for the patients, relatives and visitors who are cared for within or by the ward, department, service or team.
- Ensure a high standard of nursing is delivered by self and others based on assessment, planning, implementation and evaluation of care to meet patients needs in accordance with agreed local and National standards and evidence based guidelines.
- Assist and support the Ward Manager in the safe, effective management of the area including management of personnel, facilities and the associated systems and processes.
- Act as a role model, presenting a positive image of self, team and the organisation
- Be responsible for the delivery and co-ordination of care, through appropriate professional practice, delegation and supervision of duties carried out by junior staff
- Set, monitor and maintain standards of care to improve the patient experience and outcome of care.
- Proactively manage risk and maintain patient safety, conforming to health, safety and security legislation, policies, procedures and guidelines.
- Communicate all relevant information to the multidisciplinary team internally and with external organisations as required, to ensure seamless care.
- Promote provision of patient education and health promotion.
- Promote equality in care and practice by recognising, respecting and meeting the needs and choices of individuals.
- Ensures environment of care is safe, well equipped and compliant with standards for hygiene and cleanliness.
- To participate in education and training of junior staff
- Maintain and develop own professional competence and seek to extend the scope of personal knowledge and skills within scope of role and professional practice.
Qualifications & Education
Knowledge & Experience
Certificate of Sponsorship
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