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NLA - Nurse Team Leader - Cadbury Heath (Bristol)

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Job Summary

Employment Term:
Full and Part Time
Working Pattern:
Full time and Part time
Advert Start Date:
Advert End Date:
Closed for applications on 27/03/2020 23:59
£31,425 - £32,350 pa pro rata (dependent on qualifications and experience) + benefits (£15.60 - £16.06 p/h)
Hours per week:
Job Category:
Non-Local Authority Job
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Employment Location:
Cadbury Heath near Bristol

Job details 

Closing date:
27 Mar

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This job is closed for applications.

Further information

Join learning disability charity Brandon Trust as a nurse team leader and discover a rewarding role bringing quality of life to individuals, whilst working alongside a highly motivated, supportive team, in a welcoming and friendly home.

You’ll support 14 individuals with profound and multiple learning disabilities in a registered care home in Cadbury Heath near Bristol. You’ll get to build relationships with the individuals you support, play a big part in improving the quality of their lives and see the results of your support. There are no waking nights.

We have one full-time permanent position and one full-time temporary position for up to 6 months.

We’ll support your CPD and Revalidation, your learning needs and clinical practice through training, our internal clinical network and external networks. You can also undertake study for further qualifications and if you're newly qualified we offer a preceptorship program. Our nursing team talks about their role in this short video:

About the role

You’ll work closely with the open and collaborative manager and have a real say in how the service develops. Leading by example, you'll run shifts, manage support workers and support the health needs of the people we support. You’ll work closely with other professionals to develop safe systems of working and achieve the best possible outcomes. You’ll also ensure that individuals receive health care and treatment consistent with their Health Action Plan and Care Plans.

Shift patterns include approximately one sleep in per week (no waking nights), and a mix of earlies, lates and long days, and we’re happy to discuss shift options with you.

About you

You’ll have a nursing qualification with current NMC registration, RNLD, RMN or ENLD, and demonstrable experience of working with people with learning disabilities.

Able to foster a positive team-working environment, you can inspire your team. Resilient, confident and calm under pressure, you'll also be flexible, open to a challenge and innovative in your approach.

A full driving license is desirable.

We provide a range of benefits.

To find out more please contact Jennie Turner on 07493 866 826.

Successful applicants for this role will require an enhanced DBS disclosure with barred list checks.

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We are an Equal Opportunities employer and welcome applicants from all sections of the community.

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