[New Job Opening] Neonatal Sister/Charge Nurse job Vacancy in Tameside and Glossop Integrated Care NHS Foundation Trust, Ashton-Under-Lyne OL6

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Company name : Tameside and Glossop Integrated Care NHS Foundation Trust
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Neonatal Sister/Charge Nurse
Ashton-Under-Lyne OL6
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Description : Sister/Charge Nurse – Neonatal Unit
Band 6 37.5 hours per week Permanent
Are you passionate about caring for pre-term and vulnerable babies?
Would you like to work within Integrated Care Organisation where Community and Hospital Services have joined together to provide a seamless service to protect and care for babies, and their families, from birth throughout admission and post discharge.
We have a well-established Neonatal team providing care from 27 weeks gestation. The unit capacity comprises of 1 IC, 3 HD and 9 SC cots. In line with the North West Neonatal Operation Delivery Network, we provide short term Intensive Care for up to 72 hours. We have access to 3 (Tertiary) Level III Neonatal Units, within Greater Manchester, fully supported by Connect North West.
We strive to continue to develop our unit and service, to meet the constantly developing local and national requirements and therefore are looking for experienced and committed Band 6 neonatal nurses to join our fantastic team of nurses.
You should be able to demonstrate excellent clinical, communication and organisational skills, the ability to work on your own initiative, work within & lead teams, and work well under pressure. You will also be an active mentor and have experience of teaching and assessing practice.
You will need to possess QIS, mentorship, NLS and demonstrate evidence of continuous professional development along with suitable and relevant experience at Band 5.
On the 9th November 2021 the Government announced new regulations which we anticipate will come into force on 1 April 2022, requiring people who conduct Care Quality Commission (CQC) regulated activity in public (NHS) or independent sector health and social care settings in England, to have received two doses of a Medicines and Healthcare products Regulatory Agency (MHRA) approved COVID-19 vaccine unless exempt.
Please be aware that provided these regulations do come into force as currently planned, this role will be affected and as such, successful candidate(s) will be required to show proof that they have been fully vaccinated against COVID-19 as part of the pre-employment check process. If you are unable to prove that you have been fully vaccinated (i.e. that you have received two doses of an approved vaccine) please note we will be unable to proceed with your application and any offers of employment made will be withdrawn.
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Tameside and Glossop Integrated Care NHS Foundation Trust serves a community of 250,000 people across Tameside & Glossop. We provide a range of quality services both within the hospital and across our community for both adults and children. Our vision is to improve health outcomes for our population and influence wider determinants of health through collaboration with our health & care partners.
We have a clear set of values & behaviours which we expect all of our staff to demonstrate & these are:
We believe that the best organisations are those that reflect the communities they serve. We are therefore seeking to improve the diversity of our workforce to make it truly representative of our local population.
We actively encourage applications irrespective of race, age, disability, sex, gender reassignment, gender identity or expression, sexual orientation, religion or belief, marriage & civil partnership, or pregnancy or maternity. Recognising those communities that are underrepresented within our workforce, we would particularly welcome applications from Black, Asian & minority ethnic candidates, LGBTQ+ people & Disabled people.
We recognise that flexible working is important. We take requests for flexible working seriously, consider any request we receive and try to work with you, so we can explore if your request may fit with the needs of the service.
Section 1 – Main Responsibilities
Ensure the delivery of evidence based nursing care by providing expert clinical assessment, care planning, care delivery, care evaluation and neonatal clinical advice in accordance withNMC Code of Professional Conduct.
Work within clinical governance systems, demonstrating accountability for own practice.
Working in accordance with the NMC Code of Professional Conduct competently developing and undertaking expanded roles, and assess the competence of other clinical staff to do so.
Continuously develop own knowledge and skills and maintain skills relevant to the role.
In accordance with agreed Neonatal Clinical Guidelines use own clinical judgement to analyse and interpret clinical indicators to initiate appropriate nursing interventions prior to medical / advanced nursing input being available.
Maintain accurate and contemporaneous records in accordance with theNMC Standards for Records and Record Keeping.
Contribute to the development of neonatal protocols and guidelines, proposing practice changes as appropriate.
Ensure adherence to the Trust Medicines Policy and theNMC Standards for the Administration of Medicinesincluding administration of medicines utilising appropriate Patient Group Directions to expedite treatment
Participate in audits of practice and clinical effectiveness in accordance with local, Divisional and National audit plans.
Actively manage risk within the clinical area in accordance with Health and Safety legislation and the Trust Risk management policy.
Provide and receive complex and/or highly sensitive information and communicate this in a manner which is responsive to communication barriers.
Work within data Protection and Caldicott requirements for information sharing.
Provide family centred care and partnership working, empowering parents to confidently care for their baby.
Actively safeguard the welfare of children and lead the implementation of child protection procedures accordingly.
Allocate and re-allocate clinical workloads during the shift to allow for clinical deterioration of patients, transfer of patients between departments/ hospitals/ services, or admissions requiring clinical stabilisation.
Initiate and co-ordinate discharge plans that may be complex, liaising with other professionals and agencies as appropriate.
Participate in planning staff rotas to meet patient needs, making best use of resources, maintaining appropriate skill mix and reporting any concerns to the Neonatal Clinical Manager and Matron.
Adhere to the Trust and Divisional Bed Management Policies
Deputise for Neonatal Clinical Manager as required.
Adhere to all Trust policies..
Participate in ensuring the delivery of the Trust targets.
Utilise resources efficiently and effectively.
Act as authorised signature for time sheets.
Human Resource Management
Provide day to day supervision of the department team, co-ordinating shifts and allocating work appropriately.
Support the Clinical Manager and Matron in the provision of staff development in accordance with service and professional development needs.
Participate in the induction and preceptorship for newly deployed/ newly qualified staff.
Provide mentoring and support to students and learners.
Support the Clinical Manager and Matron in applying the Trust’s Attendance Management policy.
Provide and facilitate clinical supervision in accordance with Trust policy.
Participate in the recruitment and selection as required, supported by the Clinical Manager
Section 2 – Knowledge and Skills
Possess neonatal specialist clinical knowledge at a minimum of diploma level education.
Utilise own clinical knowledge and expertise to promote an environment conducive to meeting the needs of all clinical staff.
Use professional judgement and initiative to promote safe practice and respond to arising situations involving senior colleagues as appropriate.
Demonstrate knowledge of staff and resource management.
Section 3 – Effort and Environment
Participate frequently in tasks requiring physical effort for short periods.
Deal with bodily fluids on a daily basis.
Frequently manage and participate in distressing situations.
Concentrate for long periods and respond to unpredictable patient and staff demands. Occasional requirement for intense concentration when performing intricate clinical interventions for critically ill, unstable intensive care infants.
Maintain contemporaneous patient records at all times.
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