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PHB Project and Social Care Staff Nurse at John Taylor Hospice Charity

National Health Service

Birmingham, MID
2 days ago
Birmingham, MID
2 days ago

PHB Project and Social Care Staff Nurse at John Taylor Hospice Charity

John Taylor Hospice

The closing date is 03 March 2021

Job overview

JOHN TAYLOR HOSPICE CHARITY are looking for a Staff Nurse to be part of the Personal Health Budget and Social Care Team.

Our team helps to enhance the quality of our patients end of life experience and offers support to families and carers by helping to facilitate patients to achieve their preferred place of care and death.

You will contribute to the provision and delivery of the highest possible standard of care to patients and their families in accordance with John Taylor Hospice's mission statement.

Main duties of the job

You will identify the social and nursing care needs of our patients, families and carers.

Ensure measures are in place to improve the patients experiences and limit distress.

Facilitate the patients preferred place of care and preferred place of death to be achieved.

About us

JOHN TAYLOR HOSPICE CHARITY

If you are innovative, motivated, patient centred, enthusiastic and keen to work in a welcoming environment where you can enjoy variety in your working life and help make a difference every single day, we would love to hear from you.

Job description

Job responsibilities

  • Support the Personal Health Budget (PHB) Project Lead to maintain and to assist with the development of the service.
  • Demonstrate clinical knowledge of the principles and practices of palliative care.
  • Work collaboratively within the team to identify the palliative care needs of the patient and their families/carers
  • To be able to identify the social aspect of care needs and refer our patients to appropriate external services within the community setting and in inpatient setting.
  • Provide advice and support as part of the multidisciplinary team.
  • Understanding Continuing Health Care (CHC) criteria for pathways and Social care provisions and PHB project.
  • Ensuring the delivery of high quality, clinically effective care

  • Participate in quality improvement initiatives such as audit, research and evidence based practice and service development projects.
See attached Job Description for main duties.

Person Specification

Experience

Essential

  • See attached Person Specification for full details

Disclosure and Barring Service Check

This post is subject to the Rehabilitation of Offenders Act (Exceptions Order) 1975 and as such it will be necessary for a submission for Disclosure to be made to the Disclosure and Barring Service (formerly known as CRB) to check for any previous criminal convictions.

UK Registration

Applicants must have current UK professional registration. For further information please see NHS Careers website (opens in a new window).

Employer details

Employer name

John Taylor Hospice

Address

76 Grange Road

Erdington

Birmingham

B24 0DF


Employer's website

https://www.johntaylorhospice.org.uk

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Staff Nurse Inpatient Unit at John Taylor Hospice Charity

National Health Service

Birmingham, MID
1 day ago
Birmingham, MID
1 day ago

Staff Nurse Inpatient Unit at John Taylor Hospice Charity

John Taylor Hospice

The closing date is 10 March 2021

Job overview

We are looking to employ a Staff Nurse within our Inpatient Unit at John Taylor Hospice Charity. The position can be full-time or part-time.

You will be part of a highly developed nursing workforce which provides access to excellent palliative and end of life care 24/7.

If you are keen to come and work in a warm and welcoming environment and are innovative, patient-centred and enthusiastic and would like to help make a difference every single day we would love to hear from you.

Main duties of the job

You will contribute to the provision and delivery of the highest possible standard of care to patients and their families in accordance with the Hospice mission statement.

About us

These are exciting times for palliative care. John Taylor Hospice's strategy is designed to ensure that all groups in society can benefit from excellent hospice care.

Our desire to develop a closer partnership working with acute NHS partners requires some creative changes to the provision of Inpatient care at John Taylor Hospice.

Job description

Job responsibilities

To contribute to the provision and delivery of the highest possible standard of care to patients and their families in accordance with the Hospice mission statement.

Please see attached Job Description for more detailed information.

Person Specification

Experience

Essential

  • Please see attached person specification.

Experience

Essential

  • Please see attached Person Specification.

Disclosure and Barring Service Check

This post is subject to the Rehabilitation of Offenders Act (Exceptions Order) 1975 and as such it will be necessary for a submission for Disclosure to be made to the Disclosure and Barring Service (formerly known as CRB) to check for any previous criminal convictions.

UK Registration

Applicants must have current UK professional registration. For further information please see NHS Careers website (opens in a new window).

Employer details

Employer name

John Taylor Hospice

Address

76 Grange Road

Erdington

Birmingham

B24 0DF


Employer's website

https://www.johntaylorhospice.org.uk

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Assistant Programme Manager

Ecorys

Birmingham
17 days ago
Birmingham
17 days ago

***18 months Fixed Term Contract***

Ecorys UK is a leading provider of research and evaluation, consultancy, programme management and communications services to the public, private and third sectors. We work closely with governments and policymakers, the European Commission, NGOs and charities across the UK, Europe and internationally.  Our mission is to do work that makes a difference. Working for Ecorys is an opportunity to work with dedicated people on meaningful policies that have an impact on people’s lives around the world.  We are a socially responsible, employee-owned organisation that gives 1% of our profits to charity each year. 

Our working culture promotes personal and career development, and you will be part of the global Ecorys group with offices worldwide. We operate a flexible working policy.

About the Role

Ecorys Programme Management Unit (PMU) manages a range of grants and funding projects in the UK and across Europe. Our clients include public sector bodies, governments, voluntary sector organisations, charities, NGOs and the European Commission. PMU has a responsive, flexible team structure focused on winning and delivering high quality grant management work, across a broad range of contracts.

Our Programme Management Team helps public, private, and civil society organisations deliver and communicate about their grant’s programmes across the UK. We have a long-standing reputation for the management of multi-million pound grants programmes for government departments and third sector bodies, including the Erasmus+ and new Turing Scheme. 

Assistant Programme Managers play an important role in providing day to day administrative support to grants and funding projects. The role is key in ensuring an excellent customer journey experience for potential applicants and grant recipients, and in providing a high-level of customer service.

You will be supporting monitoring activities including, analysing reports and process payment claims, audit expenditure, and investigating variances. You will also be writing content for reports following these activities.

You will be assigned to a sub-team, working alongside functional specialists to support projects and deliver programme objectives.   

Full support will be provided to these roles within a diverse and friendly team. The Programme Management Team work within a fast-paced environment managing a variety of programmes, projects and clients, and this allows for the development of new and transferable skills.

This is an 18 month fixed term contract position.

Role Responsibilities

You must be able to demonstrate strong attention to detail Strong analytical skills and excellent written, numerical and IT skills are required as you will need to assess, manage and monitor the use of the programme grants and ensure data is efficiently and accurately recorded, using a range of IT databases and platforms.

You will have strong communication and customer service skills to provide efficient support to the programme and projects along the customer journey. This will include communication via phone and email to maintain effective relationships with customers and stakeholders.

You will need strong organisation and planning skills to enable you to chase outstanding project documentation, maintain complete project files and ensure the effective filing and storage of records (electronic and hard copy as required).

You will be able to work flexibly as part of a team supporting multiple projects and managing conflicting priorities as well as working on your own initiative as required.

Experience and/or knowledge of grants and funding and working with grant recipients and/or beneficiaries would be beneficial.

Please apply online with your CV and covering letter by 9.00am Monday 22nd February 2021. Please review and download the full job description attached.

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Business Development & Fundraising Manager - Part Time

Jobheron

Oldbury, MID
1 day ago
Oldbury, MID
£32k - £32k Per Year
1 day ago
£32k - £32k Per Year

A leading charity offering support predominantly for Black African, Caribbean, & Black dual heritage adults who are experiencing and/or recovering from mental health problems, their carers, family members and the wider community. In this role, you will work as part of the management team to coordinate the organisation's fundraising to meet the increasing need for services and to respond to this growth and increase the charity's income. To do this, you will be required to secure new business development opportunities. You will be responsible for a team of community fundraising volunteers who you will support to deliver a number of community fundraising events aligned to a community fundraising action plan (subject to covid-19 restrictions).
You will be responsible for completing your own administrative duties, collection and analysis of monitoring data and evidenced based outcomes and wellbeing data to support funding applications.
Main Duties and Responsibilities
  • Develop and submit innovative and persuasive funding applications with costed project budgets in accordance with application criteria
  • Develop and stewardship plans to retain the long term support of existing funders to ensure the potential for repeat or long term support is maximised
  • Relationship management for key contracts and grants providing monitoring reports as required
  • Identify new potential funders and match to the charity's work
  • Chair Bi monthly Co-Production meetings to inform service development and review of services
  • Complete full cycle of funding applications including face to face assessment interviews
  • Work effectively with the Office & Finance Manager to support the development of project budgets aligned to current costs
  • Work with the Management team and the Chief Officer to create compelling bids suitable for submission to Trusts, Grant and Statutory funders
  • Where relevant recruit Interns to support SACMHF Fundraising objectives
  • Work alongside the Chief Officer to develop SACMHF Fundraising strategy
  • Adhere to the Fundraising Regulator's Code of Practice, Charity Law and other relevant legislative requirements
  • Ensure that all donations; cash, online and cheques are processed in line with agreed protocols
  • To provide line management support to a team of unpaid staff. This will include the provision of induction for new staff, supervision and appraisal meetings
  • Participation in management review meetings and sub group meetings of the Board of Trustees as required
  • To participate support the Volunteer Fundraising team to coordinate and deliver fund-raising events aligned to cultural events and mental health initiatives e.g. World Mental Health Day, Black History, Windrush Day, Carers week, Mental health awareness week etc
  • Be an advocate for fundraising across SACMHF and build successful relationships at all levels to promote the importance of individual events and community fundraising and engage the support of colleagues in your work

Key Requirements:
  • Minimum of 3 years successful track record of raising funds for charity sector organisations
  • Experience of completion and submission of successful tender documents
  • Knowledge of issues that may characterise the experiences of Black, African, Caribbean, Black dual heritage and BME adults recovering from mental ill health
  • Experience of setting up partnership agreements and joint working protocols for projects and services
  • Managing and implementation of new projects and services
  • Good standard of education to include maths and English at O Level or Grade C or above at GCSE level or functional skills

Salary: £32k per annum Pro Rata for 21 hours per week
Contract: Initially 2 years with the possibility of an extension up to 5 years, Part Time
Sounds interesting? Click APPLY to send your CV for immediate consideration.
Candidates with previous experience or job titles including; Fundraiser, Team Leader, Fundraising Team Leader, Fundraising Agent, Venue Fundraising, Sales Executive, Client Relationship Executive, Customer Service Executive, Account Manager, Telesales Executive, Business Development Manager, Business Development Executive may also be considered for the role.
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Finance Project Manager

Ecorys

Birmingham
17 days ago
Birmingham
17 days ago

*** 18 months Fixed Term Contract ***

Ecorys UK is a leading provider of research and evaluation, consultancy, programme management and communications services to the public, private and third sectors. We work closely with governments and policymakers, the European Commission, NGOs and charities across the UK, Europe and internationally.  Our mission is to do work that makes a difference. Working for Ecorys is an opportunity to work with dedicated people on meaningful policies that have an impact on people’s lives around the world.  We are a socially responsible, employee-owned organisation that gives 1% of our profits to charity each year. 

Our working culture promotes personal and career development, and you will be part of the global Ecorys group with offices worldwide. We operate a flexible working policy.

 

About the role

Ecorys Programme Management Unit (PMU) manages a range of grants and funding projects in the UK and across Europe. Our clients include public sector bodies, governments, voluntary sector organisations, charities, NGOs and the European Commission. PMU has a responsive, flexible team structure focused on winning and delivering high quality grant management work, across a broad range of contracts.

Our Programme Management Team helps public, private and civil society organisations deliver and communicate about their grants programmes across the UK. We have a long-standing reputation for the management of multi-million pound grants programmes for government departments and third sector bodies, including the Erasmus+ and new Turing Scheme. 

Finance Project Managers play an important role in providing day to day financial administrative support to grants and funding projects. Finance Project Managers will lead on operational financial areas of work to support the Senior Finance Manager. A key part of the role will be to work flexibly across numerous contracts, therefore be able to manage your workload and cope with changing demands. You will play a key role in ensuring a high-quality service is provided to clients and customers and that financial outputs of contracts are delivered to time to budget and agreed quality standards.

The post holder will sit within PMU, in the Finance and Compliance team to deliver our financial responsibilities but may also work with colleagues across the PMU division.

 

Role Responsibilities

With a working knowledge of UK Accounts, you must have previous experience of financial administration and monitoring as you will need to demonstrate excellent finance and numeracy skills, with an understanding of project budgets and costing profiles.

You will need to have previous experience in a fast-paced environment of dealing with clients and customers, responding promptly to requests and resolving financial queries, offering support and advice.

Previous experience of using financial databases is also important with good financial awareness and be willing to undertake further external financial training.

Attention to detail and experience of compiling reports, highlighting salient points such as impact, trends etc is necessary.

Partial or full ATT qualification or equivalent may be beneficial.

You must be able to work on your own initiative and flexibly across multiple projects with good time management and prioritisation skills to manage conflicting deadlines, also identify and manage issues/risks.

The roles will offer professional growth and development, specifically in competency areas such as programme management and finance.

We are open for the role to be either full time or part time, based in our Birmingham offices – where Covid-19 guidance permits and with flexible working.

Please apply online with your CV and covering letter by 9.00am Monday 22nd February 2021. Please review and download the full job description attached.

•            Documents: Job Description

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Assistant Finance Project Manager

Ecorys

Birmingham
17 days ago
Birmingham
17 days ago

***18 months fixed term contract***

Ecorys UK is a leading provider of research and evaluation, consultancy, programme management and communications services to the public, private and third sectors. We work closely with governments and policymakers, the European Commission, NGOs and charities across the UK, Europe and internationally.  Our mission is to do work that makes a difference. Working for Ecorys is an opportunity to work with dedicated people on meaningful policies that have an impact on people’s lives around the world.  We are a socially responsible, employee-owned organisation that gives 1% of our profits to charity each year. 

Our working culture promotes personal and career development, and you will be part of the global Ecorys group with offices worldwide. We operate a flexible working policy.

About the role

Ecorys Programme Management Unit (PMU) manages a range of grants and funding projects in the UK and across Europe. Our clients include public sector bodies, governments, voluntary sector organisations, charities, NGOs, and the European Commission. PMU has a responsive, flexible team structure focused on winning and delivering high quality grant management work, across a broad range of contracts.

Our Programme Management Team helps public, private and civil society organisations deliver and communicate about their grants programmes across the UK. We have a long-standing reputation for the management of multi-million pound grants programmes for government departments and third sector bodies, including the Erasmus+ and new Turing Scheme. 

We have an opportunity for Assistant Finance Project Managers to join a large and flexible team where they will play an important role in providing day to day financial administrative support to grants and funding projects. Assistant Finance Project Managers are key in ensuring an excellent customer journey experience in respects of financial management and internal financial control. A key part of the role will be to work flexibly across numerous contracts and be able to cope with changing demands. You will play a critical role in ensuring a high-quality service is provided to clients and customers and that financial outputs of contracts are delivered to time to budget and agreed quality standards.

The post holder will sit within PMU, in the Finance and Compliance team supporting the Finance Project Manager and Senior Finance Manager to deliver our financial responsibilities but may also work with colleagues across the PMU division.

Role Requirements

You must have previous experience of financial administration and monitoring as you will need to demonstrate excellent finance and numeracy skills, with an understanding of project budgets and costing profiles.

Previous experience of using financial databases is also important with good financial awareness and be willing to undertake further external financial training.

Attention to detail and experience of compiling reports, highlighting salient points such as impact, trends etc is necessary.

You must be able to work on your own initiative and flexibly across multiple projects with good time management and prioritisation skills to manage conflicting deadlines, also identify and manage issues/risks.

The roles will offer professional growth and development, specifically in competency areas such as programme management and finance.

We are open for the role to be either full time or part time, based in our Birmingham offices – where Covid-19 guidance permits and with flexible working.

Please apply online with your CV and covering letter by 9.00am Monday 22nd February 2021. Please review and download the full job description attached.

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Programme Manager

Ecorys

Birmingham
17 days ago
Birmingham
17 days ago

***18 months Fixed Term Contract***

Ecorys UK is a leading provider of research and evaluation, consultancy, programme management and communications services to the public, private and third sectors. We work closely with governments and policymakers, the European Commission, NGOs and charities across the UK, Europe and internationally.  Our mission is to do work that makes a difference. Working for Ecorys is an opportunity to work with dedicated people on meaningful policies that have an impact on people’s lives around the world.  We are a socially responsible, employee-owned organisation that gives 1% of our profits to charity each year. 

Our working culture promotes personal and career development, and you will be part of the global Ecorys group with offices worldwide. We operate a flexible working policy.

Ecorys Programme Management Unit (PMU) manages a range of grants and funding projects in the UK and across Europe. Our clients include public sector bodies, governments, voluntary sector organisations, charities, NGOs, and the European Commission. PMU has a responsive, flexible team structure focused on winning and delivering high quality grant management work, across a broad range of contracts.

About the Role                                 

Our Programme Management Team helps public, private and civil society organisations deliver and communicate about their grants programmes across the UK. We have a long-standing reputation for the management of multi-million pound grants programmes for government departments and third sector bodies, including the Erasmus+ and new Turing Scheme. 

Programme Managers play an important role in ensuring that a high-quality service is provided to clients and customers, and that outputs are delivered to time, budget and agreed quality standards.

You will be assigned to a sub-team, working alongside functional specialists to support projects and deliver programme objectives.   

Full support will be provided to these roles within a diverse and friendly team. The Programme Management Team work within a fast-paced environment managing a variety of programmes, projects and clients, and this allows for the development of new and transferable skills.

This is an 18 month fixed term contract position.

Role Responsibilities

You will need experience of effective and efficient grant or project management as you will be the main point of contact for the delivery of the programme adhering to the required processes and procedures in relation to all aspects of project delivery.  

Strong analytical skills and excellent written, numerical and IT skills will also be critical, including the ability to manage, monitor and support the assessment of funding applications and support the project selection process, helping to prepare reports for client approval, attending grant panels, and providing feedback to applicants. You will need to assess, manage and monitor the use of the programme grants and ensure data is efficiently and accurately recorded, using a range of IT databases and platforms.

You will also be able to work flexibly as part of a team supporting multiple projects and managing conflicting priorities as well and working on your own initiative as required.

You may be required to line manage, coach, and support the continuing professional development of Assistant Programme Managers and Administrators, ensuring that they work to their highest potential.

Experience and/or knowledge of grants and funding and working with grant recipients and/or beneficiaries would be beneficial. In particular, knowledge of grant management tools such as Flexigrant would be advantageous.

Please apply online with your CV and covering letter by 9.00am Monday 22nd February 2021. Please review and download the full job description attached.

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Physiotherapist

National Health Service

Birmingham, MID
3 days ago
Birmingham, MID
£23.042k - £29.961k Per Year
3 days ago
£23.042k - £29.961k Per Year

Job Reference: 304-A-20-101566

Employer:
Birmingham St. Mary's Hospice
Location:
Birmingham
Salary:
£23,042 - £29,961

At Birmingham St Mary’s Hospice, we provide care and support to people who are living with life-limiting illness. We do this by taking care beyond the Hospice itself, offering personalised support in people’s homes and in their local community.

Our expert team of doctors, nurses, therapists, social workers and more work in partnership with other healthcare professionals to help people live well with their illness. We are there for individuals every step of the way – listening, planning, easing pain and offering advice – as well supporting their families, carers and loved ones too.

Birmingham St Mary’s was founded in 1979 and it is the largest hospice in Birmingham and Sandwell. We currently care for over 400 people every day and all of our services are free of charge to everyone who uses them, including individuals, their families, carers and loved ones.

The Hospice is situated in the leafy surroundings of Selly Park. It’s just four miles south of Birmingham city centre and has great access to public transport links.


JOB ROLE: Physiotherapist

DEPARTMENT: Therapy Team

HOURS OF WORK: 37.5

Permanent

Hospice Pay band 5 £23,042 - £29,961

We have a new and exciting opportunity for a confident and enthusiastic Registered Physiotherapist who wishes to enhance their knowledge and skills by supporting patients living with life limiting conditions. We aim to maximise quality of life and a focus on working towards patient centred goals to enable our patients to achieve what matters most to them.

This post requires the candidate to work predominately with patients on our Inpatient Unit, however there will be opportunity to be involved in our Day Hospice service and in the community as services develop. At present this position does not require weekend or on-call working, although this may be subject to change dependant on review of service needs.

As part of the Therapy Team you will learn to deliver palliative rehab and become skilled at non-pharmacological symptom control, delivering Physiotherapy assessment and interventions on the In Patient Unit and via remote /virtual interactions. You will work closely with a large MDT and in particular with Occupational Therapy colleagues. A range of experience including respiratory competence is required for the role however a willingness to learn, problem solve and think outside the box would be the valuable skills you have to offer.

We would like to encourage applicants from a diverse range of backgrounds to apply and are open to discussing flexible ways to enable the right candidate to fulfil the role whist ensuring we meet the needs of our service.

For further information, please email:

Amy Byfield: amy.byfield@birminghamhospice.org.uk or

Emma Hayward emma.hayward@birminghahospice.org.uk

Please note you are required to complete an application form; CVs alone will not be accepted.

Closing date: 28/02/2021

Interview date: 17/03/2021

Registered charity no 503456



This advert for a vacancy with Birmingham St. Mary's Hospice appears under the authority of University Hospitals Birmingham NHS Foundation Trust.
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Fundraising and Community Development Lead

National Health Service

Dudley, MID
2 days ago
Dudley, MID
2 days ago

Fundraising and Community Development Lead

The Dudley Group NHS Foundation Trust

The closing date is 24 February 2021

Job overview

Are you an experienced and successful fundraiser with a proven track record in running engaging and effective charity campaigns and activities? Can you put the FUN into fundraising and bring a massive can do attitude to transform our fundraising strategy?

Were looking for an expert with the enthusiasm and energy to develop and deliver a strategy that will revolutionise our approach to fundraising to help raise more cash, attract more donors and engage new sponsors to support and promote our Trust Charity.

As we develop our exciting plans for the future, we want to make sure the generosity of our fundraisers, donors and sponsors delivers the best possible benefits for our patients, carers and staff. Your knowledge and experience will make a real difference.

Main duties of the job

You will bring fundraising expertise to take a strategic approach to fundraising campaigns and activities. You will also work closely with colleagues across our services to help them understand the opportunities they have to use donations and other charitable funds to support and develop their services.This is a new post, which offers you an exciting opportunity to shape the role and demonstrate its long term value to the Trust and our patients. You can count on the support of our dedicated fundraising officer and colleagues in our small but mighty communications team. For an informal conversation about this post, please contact our head of communications Liz Abbiss on 01384 456111 ext. 1013 or email liz.abbiss@nhs.net

About us

At the Dudley Group our patients and staff are at the heart of all that we do to offer a high quality patient experience in a caring and supportive environment. This aligns with our vision of providing safe, caring and effective services because people matter.

This is an opportunity to join an NHS organisation that inspires its staff to innovate, with support and encouragement to continually develop. We expect all of our staff to demonstrate the Trust values of Care, Respect and Responsibility.

We believe healthcare is better when provided by supported and dedicated staff, so if you are innovative, forward thinking and dedicated to high quality patient care come and join our amazing team.

At the Dudley Group everyone is welcome, please ensure you have read our Recruitment Equality Statement included in the advert.

Job description

Job responsibilities

Please refer to the attached job description for full details of the main duties and responsibilities that the post holder is required to undertake

Person Specification

Education and qualifications

Essential

  • Masters level qualification or equivalent experience in a relevant discipline

Desirable

  • Fundraising qualification from Institute of Fundraising or similar

Skills & Experience

Essential

  • Experience of fundraising event planning and management
  • Advanced use in Microsoft office application including Word Excel and Powerpoint

Desirable

  • Experince of fundraising financial software

Communication and interpersonal skills

Essential

  • Proven experience in establishing strong working relationships with a range of internal and external stakeholders

Employer details

Employer name

The Dudley Group NHS Foundation Trust

Address

RHH

Dudley

DY1 2HQ


Employer's website

https://www.dgft.nhs.uk/

Job Type

full-time

Posted

2 days ago

Description

PHB Project and Social Care Staff Nurse at John Taylor Hospice Charity

John Taylor Hospice

The closing date is 03 March 2021

Job overview

JOHN TAYLOR HOSPICE CHARITY are looking for a Staff Nurse to be part of the Personal Health Budget and Social Care Team.

Our team helps to enhance the quality of our patients end of life experience and offers support to families and carers by helping to facilitate patients to achieve their preferred place of care and death.

You will contribute to the provision and delivery of the highest possible standard of care to patients and their families in accordance with John Taylor Hospice's mission statement.

Main duties of the job

You will identify the social and nursing care needs of our patients, families and carers.

Ensure measures are in place to improve the patients experiences and limit distress.

Facilitate the patients preferred place of care and preferred place of death to be achieved.

About us

JOHN TAYLOR HOSPICE CHARITY

If you are innovative, motivated, patient centred, enthusiastic and keen to work in a welcoming environment where you can enjoy variety in your working life and help make a difference every single day, we would love to hear from you.

Job description

Job responsibilities

  • Support the Personal Health Budget (PHB) Project Lead to maintain and to assist with the development of the service.
  • Demonstrate clinical knowledge of the principles and practices of palliative care.
  • Work collaboratively within the team to identify the palliative care needs of the patient and their families/carers
  • To be able to identify the social aspect of care needs and refer our patients to appropriate external services within the community setting and in inpatient setting.
  • Provide advice and support as part of the multidisciplinary team.
  • Understanding Continuing Health Care (CHC) criteria for pathways and Social care provisions and PHB project.
  • Ensuring the delivery of high quality, clinically effective care

  • Participate in quality improvement initiatives such as audit, research and evidence based practice and service development projects.
See attached Job Description for main duties.

Person Specification

Experience

Essential

  • See attached Person Specification for full details

Disclosure and Barring Service Check

This post is subject to the Rehabilitation of Offenders Act (Exceptions Order) 1975 and as such it will be necessary for a submission for Disclosure to be made to the Disclosure and Barring Service (formerly known as CRB) to check for any previous criminal convictions.

UK Registration

Applicants must have current UK professional registration. For further information please see NHS Careers website (opens in a new window).

Employer details

Employer name

John Taylor Hospice

Address

76 Grange Road

Erdington

Birmingham

B24 0DF


Employer's website

https://www.johntaylorhospice.org.uk