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Faster Diagnosis Colorectal Cancer Nurse

National Health Service

Brighton, Southern
1 day ago
Brighton, Southern
£38.89k - £44.503k Per Year
1 day ago
£38.89k - £44.503k Per Year

Job Reference: 379-3000666-MAR21

Employer:
Brighton and Sussex University Hospitals NHS Trust
Department:
Colorectal / Abdominal Surgery and Medicine
Location:
Brighton, Brighton
Salary:
£38,890 - £44,503

About our Trust

Our Trust is rated as ‘Outstanding for Caring’ by the CQC – fundamental to this is the way that we value and respect our staff. At every level, we value the diversity of our colleagues and actively champion an inclusive culture. We believe that everyone without exception should feel free to be their authentic self in the workplace.

We understand that work is only one part of life. We are committed to helping our colleagues achieve the best possible work/life balance. We proudly offer supportive, inclusive and family friendly employment and flexible working policies. We have a wide range of professional services and employee networks to help our colleagues be at their best - and find support if they need it.

Our Trust is already a Disability Confident employer and we are holding ourselves to account through the Workplace Disability Equality Standard (WDES). Our work on promoting equity and inclusion for our Black, and Minority Ethnic (BME) colleagues continues to be driven by engagement with the WRES (Workforce Race Equality Standard) and the WRES Experts Programme.

In 2019, we committed ourselves to becoming a Stonewall Top 100 LGBTQ+ Employer. We also support the national ‘Veteran Aware’ scheme and are an ERS Gold accredited Hospital who welcomes applications from all members of the Armed Forces communities.

For our patients, we do everything we can to deliver fair access to all our services. This includes providing interpretative and other services to meet the needs of disabled communities. We're careful to show sensitivity towards ethnic, cultural and religious differences. Our staff uphold these values and so help our care to get better all the time.


This is an exciting time to join a project team who will transform the front end of colorectal pathway.

We are a progressive, busy and expanding team who manage the Abdominal Surgery and Medicine Directorate at BSUH. We are looking for a motivated and dynamic Faster Diagnosis Colorectal Cancer Nurse. This exciting opportunity aims to facilitate faster diagnosis for patients on a 28-day pathway, providing care and support for patients on suspected cancer pathways. We are seeking a unique individual who can work alongside our nursing and medical colleagues in surgery and oncology.

Cancer patients are supported from the 2ww referral from the GP, through the diagnostic phase of their cancer experience to living with and beyond cancer. The successful applicant will be required to demonstrate an understanding of the specific needs and expectations of this group of patients. You will be working very closely with the Trust’s cancer services team to provide the highest level of support for patients.

You will have a clear understanding of the surgical nursing, cancer pathways, and be committed to improving patient experience. You will also be committed to the development of specialist nursing practice and demonstrate evidence of on-going professional and academic development. A successful appointment will depend upon interview and fulfilling service requirements.

We are a busy directorate with varying demands and priorities, it is essential you are able to be responsive to the changes and challenges, working autonomously with competing demands.

For further details / informal visits contact:

Name Philip Shabo
Job title Directorate Manager
Email address philip.shabo@nhs.net
Additional contact information

For an informal meeting please contact:

Philip Shabo – Directorate Manager philip.shabo@nhs.net or

Sarah Woodrow, Directorate PA - sarah.woodrow3@nhs.net



General information for applicants

On 1st April 2021, Brighton & Sussex University Hospital Trust will be merging with Western Sussex Hospitals NHS Foundation Trust to form a new NHS Foundation Trust that will bring together the very best of both organisations to innovate and improve the health of our communities and deliver outstanding, compassionate care locally whilst increasing the opportunities for specialised services to flourish in Sussex. This role will be subject to a TUPE transfer to Western Sussex Hospitals NHS Foundation Trust on 1st April as part of this merger.

Salaries for substantive posts will be offered to successful candidates in alignment with the NHS Agenda for Change terms and conditions. All our substantive colleagues will also receive an annual appraisal. For substantive colleagues appointed after 1 April 2019, this guides their progression through the salary steps. Please note this does not apply to Bank only applicants.

As part of our commitment to a safe working environment, we undertake a Disclosure and Barring Service check on all new employees where the role is eligible for a criminal record check . We make offers in line with the Rehabilitation of Offenders Act 1975.

Applications for Tier 2 sponsorship are welcome for those that meet the Visa and Immigrations eligibility criteria. Please note our Bank only roles are not eligible for Tier 2 sponsorship. These will be considered alongside all other applications. For further information please visit the gov.uk website searching for Skilled Worker Visa's.

Please apply as early as you're able for this role. In the event of exceptional interest we may close adverts earlier than specified.

Further Information

For help with the application process, please contact the HR Employment Services Team on 01444 448692 /448616 or by email: bsuh.hresvacancies@nhs.net

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Geotechnical Engineer

HUNTER MASON CONSULTING LIMITED

Hassocks, Southern
3 days ago
Hassocks, Southern
£25k - £27k Per Year
3 days ago
£25k - £27k Per Year

Our client is an award winning geotechnical and environmental consultancy offering a comprehensive range of services to the housing developers, public sector development, commercial construction, road, rail and utilities sectors.

These vary from desk studies through to on-site intrusive investigations, which are used to provide ground models for contaminated land assessments, foundation, pavement, road and drainage designs. In addition we undertake slope stability analysis and design, basement impact assessments, contamination remediation strategies and validation reports together with earthworks specifications and material management plans.
The company has been grown from a sole trader to £2.4M turnover consultancy that has grown by 100% over the last 10 years. To date they have undertaken over five thousand investigations for a wide range of projects including; investigations of former gas works, petrol stations, landfills, chemical works, government sites, airports and railways, as well as schools, hospitals and green field sites.

Role Description
Current projected turnover for the 2020/21 financial year is anticipated to be in excess of £2.6M and as a result we need to further expand our team with the addition of a Consultant Engineer to meet the growing workload in our Rail, Road and Utilities team.

In particular the utilities sector has grown from a very small percentage of the Company’s revenue to 20% of its revenue in 2019/20 and is continuing to expand. The role would report directly to the Head of Rail, Road and Utilities.
This role would suit an engineer with 2 to 3 years experience.

Candidates need to understand that as an organisation we place a great deal of emphasis on client satisfaction.

Our success has been built on listening to and understanding our client’s requirements, allowing our highly qualified engineers to utilise their experience and knowledge of the latest legislation, investigation techniques and technologies to meet their needs. Candidates that can demonstrate this client focus on relevant projects will be preferred.

Candidates also need to understand that travel is an important part of the role, given how our geographic coverage has expanded over the last 6 six years.

 

In summary the role will include a range of site investigation and daily tasks encompassing but not limited to the following:


• Consulting geological maps, environmental maps and other relevant data to advise on site risks;
• Geotechnical and geo-environmental analysis of site data using specialised computer software or calculations;
• Supporting experienced staff on-site;
• Collating data and producing interpretive geotechnical and geo-environmental reports;
• Overseeing the progress of specific contracts, pricing new jobs and corresponding with clients;• Planning detailed site investigations by drilling and analysing samples of deposits/bedrock;
• Supervising site and ground investigations;
• Environmental monitoring, predominantly gas and groundwater monitoring;
• Making visits to new project sites;
• Advising on and scheduling testing for a range of construction materials, for example sand, gravel, bricks and clay, as well as a range of contaminants;
• Making recommendations on the proposed use of a site and providing information;
• Advising on problems such as subsidence, gross contamination etc;
• Managing staff, including other engineering geologists, geotechnical engineers, consultants and contractors;
• Attending professional conferences and representing the company or organisation at other events.

Competencies


The competencies of a Consultant Engineer are:


• Be able to apply academic knowledge and display a reasonable level of knowledge of geotechnical and environmental technical disciplines.
• Carry out a range of routine site implementation activities.
• Contribute within a team to the design and execution of a wide range of activities.
• Ability to take instruction and meet deadlines.
• Understanding of the importance of meeting customer needs.
• Identify opportunities to create technical solutions to problems.
• Appreciate the role of their areas of ground engineering expertise within a project and in relation to other disciplines.
• Relevant degree/masters degree in an appropriate geological/environmental/civil engineering discipline.
• Willing to grow their experience and develop their capabilities.

Salary
• £22,000 to £27,000 + Performance related bonuses, up to 10% of salary + £750 benefits allowance + Pay rises based on performance and competence.


Benefits
Pensions are now standard with all companies following auto-enrolment, but in addition to this Geo-Environmental offers an allowance towards benefits which include:
• Performance related bonuses, up to 10% of salary
• Employee Assistance Programme

 

 

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Live In RMN - CAMHS Experience, London

National Health Service

Haywards Heath, Southern
Today
Haywards Heath, Southern
Today

Live In RMN - CAMHS Experience, London

Claimont Health LTD

The closing date is 18 July 2021

Job overview

Claimont Health- RMN- CAMHS- (LIVE IN)

Does your current role empower you to give your aspired level of person-centred care from beginning to end of the patient journey? Do you have CAHMS experience?

Claimont Health is a CQC registered unique service provider in the private sector, providing high- profile, person centred, holistic services to clients who prefer to be treated in the comfort of their own home. We offer a tailored service, providing highly skilled mental health professionals to complement clients needs.

As a member of our clinical team, you will be offered a varied caseload of work, depending on your skills and experience. You will care for your client on a Live-In basis where you will have the opportunity to work one to one in a calm environment that feels secure for them. Your experience will reflect in your practice as you see the resulting outcomes of your skills and expertise in enabling our clients to use their strengths to improve their own well-being.

Main duties of the job

What do we need from you?

You will be NMC registered with at least 18 months experience in your chosen field. We are seeking professionalism and commitment to delivering client specific care. We expect all our nurses to share our dedication in supporting our clients on their pathway to recovery, showing compassion and motivation to support them on their journey. You will need to be flexible, having the ability to adapt to your surroundings and support family members whilst demonstrating the ability to maintain clear professional boundaries within a home setting.

So, what can we off you in return for your dedication and commitment?

We pay a highly competitive salary, and you will only need to work for approx. 14 live in shifts per month to earn a full-time wage.

Comfortable working environments

Accommodation and food provided

Paid Induction and CPD support

About us

Please apply if you would like to hear more about an opportunity where you will have time to provide the specialist care you envisaged when you chose your career in mental health.

Claimont Health follows safer recruitment of staff for all appointments. It is a requirement that all staff understand it is each persons individual responsibility and are committed to promoting and safeguarding the welfare of service users. Candidates will be subject to an Enhanced DBS disclosure.

Claimont Health is committed to being an equal opportunities employer and in order to reflect the diversity of its population, positively encourages applications from all areas of the community. We aim to be a representative organisation with regards to age, disability, ethnicity, gender, beliefs and sexual orientation and are fully committed to equality, diversity and human rights.

Job description

Job responsibilities

Job title

Clinical Nurse Live in and Home Treatments

Department

Claimont Head Office

Reports to

Clinical Operations

Job purpose

The Post holder will undertake all aspects of clinical duties as an autonomous practitioner and work within their professional scope of practice to deliver individualised care that supports patients to achieve a desired outcome.

The post holder will be responsible for the co-ordination and the delivery of a high-quality mental health care using evidence-based practice through the provision of clinical advice and support; acting as a role model; and providing education and training where appropriate.

They will liaise closely with external professionals, family and carers, local services, and anyone else involved in the patients care package.

Key accountabilities

Under the guidance of the Registered Manager, take day-to-day responsibility as a Case Manager for an identified caseload of clients with needs of varying complexity.

  • Under the guidance of the Clinical MDT, devise treatment programmes to address the recovery needs and physical wellbeing of individuals with varying mental health needs, undertaking a variety of evidence-based interventions relative to caseload priorities.
  • Undertake generic mental health assessments and formulate agreed care plans in conjunction with the MDT, patient, and their family/carers.
  • Carry out thorough risk assessments and create risk management plans ensuring appropriate risk documentation is available for appropriate individuals.
  • To monitor service users during assessment activities and take the appropriate action in relation to any significant changes or possible risks.
  • Attend Professionals Meetings, Progress Reviews and other work-led meetings as required and ensure clear channels of communication. Offer to the team his/her own insights into the health and well-being needs and wishes of the patient and make suggestions on the treatment that might be needed.
  • To identify any specific precautions or contraindications to the proposed interventions/treatments and take the appropriate action.
  • To respect the service users dignity, wishes and beliefs; obtain their consent for the interventions and/or treatments to be undertaken.
  • To have sound knowledge of the use of medication for individuals with Mental Health difficulties, including side effects and contra-indications. To maintain awareness of Claimont medicine management policies and protocols and ensure adhered to practice guidance, as they are updated and respond to national and local guidance.
  • To prepare for, undertake and record interventions/treatments correctly, and in line with legislation, policies, and procedures and/or established protocols.

Ensure that written records of all aspects of service user treatment and progress are maintained throughout the treatment process.

  • Complete and maintain all documentation and records as required, including electronic patient records within 24 hours of event
  • Carry out activities with clients that enable full access to community life.
  • Work with families/carers to assist them in understanding mental health and coping effectively with issues arising from their role as carers.
  • Maintain the highest degree of confidentiality in delivery of treatment packages.
  • Maintain effective communication with referring agents as appropriate.
  • Maintain a high level of professional core psychiatric skills.
  • Maintain effective clinical links with colleagues, carers and relatives of service users and develop links with community services/resources.
  • Develop the use of evidence-based practice.
  • Undertake clinical, professional, and managerial supervision (within the specified time), in line with professional and Trust policies.
  • Attend and fully contribute to all team meetings.
  • To report assessment findings in the appropriate format to the people who need them
  • To ensure confidentiality and security of patient data is always maintained in compliance with the Data Protection Act.
  • To ensure confidentiality of staff, patients and carers is maintained in line with Claimont policy.
  • To attend appropriate mandatory training courses in line with requirements of the role, Health and Safety Regulations and as part of personal development, e.g., systems training, fire awareness training, appraisals.
  • Ensure relevant registrations are maintained.
  • Be part of the RCN or an equivalent professional body for insurance and advice purposes.
  • To carry out any other duties as requested by the Registered Manager to ensure the quality of service provided by the team.

To actively participate in a performance review and the development and implementation of a personal development plan.

To take responsibility for their own professional development ensuring professional standards are maintained and statutory and mandatory training is in date and attend any training as requested. To adhere to the Professional Code of Conduct relating to your profession (if applicable).

To uphold the principles and values set out in the Claimont Contractors Manual.

  • To ensure that the health and wellbeing of patients is at the centre of all activities and that all staff engage and communicate with patients as appropriate.
  • To always promote quality and safety of patients, visitors and staff thus enabling Claimont to meet its regulation requirements (Care Quality Commission Registration Regulations and Outcomes) that relate most directly to patients and strive for continuous quality improvement.
  • To observe Claimont Equal Opportunities Policy providing equality of treatment and opportunity to employees, service users and service providers irrespective of sex, sexuality, age, marital status, ethnic origin, or disability.

To take responsibility for the health & safety of themselves and other persons who may be affected by their omissions or actions at work.

To promote Claimonts Health and Safety Policy and ensure matters are managed in accordance with it.

To co-operate with Claimont to ensure that statutory and departmental regulations are adhered to.

  • Report accidents, incidents and near misses, implementing corrective action where necessary.

To comply fully with the duties and responsibilities outlined the Claimonts Information Governance Policy.

To comply with the Data Protection Act 1998, NHS Confidentiality guidelines (e.g., Caldicott, GMC) and any code of practice on Confidentiality and Data Protection as expected by Claimont.

  • To ensure that all information collected, stored, and used is done so in compliance with the above Act and any relevant Claimont Policies.
  • To raise any matters of concern with your Manager/Director

To recognise that promoting the welfare and safeguarding children, young people and adults is everyones business and access training and supervision as appropriate to the role.

To support the organisation in ensuring service users are protected from abuse or the risk of abuse and their human rights are respected and upheld.

  • To ensure concerns are responded to appropriately in line with the Claimonts Safeguarding Adults Policy and the Child Protection Policy and interagency safeguarding procedures.
  • To comply with recruitment and other checks as requested by the organisation including undertaking an Enhanced Disclosure via the Criminal Records Bureau.

Ensure the effective flow of information within the team, between the team and management and with external parties, representing corporate messages constructively and observing Claimonts internal communication policies and procedures.

Carry out day to day tasks in accordance with stated policies, procedures, and regulations.

Help to project the desired image of Claimont by demonstrating the corporate values through own example while ensuring they are developed with others by promoting thinking, skills and behaviour associated with Claimonts leadership and culture.

Internal contacts

Internal Stakeholders and Claimont team members

External contacts

Governance leads in CCG and CQC

Local Authorities and other organisations.

External stakeholders in relation to client safety, quality, and clinical governance queries.

Clients

External professionals

Person Specification

Qualifications

Essential

  • QUALIFICATIONS:
  • Registered Mental Nurse (RMN) with evidence of revalidation
  • Basic computer skills
  • Post Grad study

Desirable

  • Post basic qualifications in health care
  • Degree level post basic qualifications in health care
  • Current, Clean, Full car driving Licence

Experience

Essential

  • EXPERIENCE:
  • Minimum 12 months experience
  • Evidence of appropriate resource management
  • Working collaboratively as part of a multi-professional Team
  • CAMHS experience
  • Providing consistency in a role
  • Building trust and working collaboratively with a patient

Desirable

  • Delivering health care services to people with mental health problems across a variety of settings, including community
  • Experience of Eating disorders and behaviours

Skills

Essential

  • SKILLS:
  • Excellent Verbal and Written Skills
  • Excellent Report Writing Skills
  • Excellent Interpersonal Skills
  • Able to manage change, flexible and adaptable
  • Able to work to deadlines in a pressurised environment
  • Dynamic, willing to work collaboratively
  • Good Presentation Skills
  • Enhanced Influencing Skills
  • Ability to self-manage
  • Able to manage a situation/patient in crisis
  • Able to build relationships in difficult situations
  • Able to adapt and fit in appropriately to surroundings

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

Claimont Health LTD

Address

John de Mierre House

20 Bridge Rd

Haywards Heath

West Sussex

RH16 1UA


Employer's website

https://claimonthealth.co.uk/

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Finance Officer

Albion in the Community

Brighton & Hove, Southern
4 days ago
Brighton & Hove, Southern
4 days ago

Albion In The Community (AITC) have an exciting opportunity for a Finance Officer to join their team.

Location: American Express Community Stadium, Brighton

Salary: Salary dependant on skills & experience

Hours: 35 hours per week, Monday - Friday.

Job Type: Permanent

Benefits: Club Pension Scheme, Group Life Protection and much more!

Deadline Day: 4th March 2021

Who are Albion in the Community?

Albion in the Community (AITC) are the official charity of Brighton and Hove Albion Football Club. Through the power of football and the brand of Brighton and Hove Albion Football Club, AITC are committed to delivering high-quality, accessible opportunities that improve the health and wellbeing, education and aspirations of our community.

Finance Officer - The Role:

AITC are looking for an individual to join the charity as a key member of the finance team. This is an exciting opportunity to join Brighton & Hove Albion's official charity to play a vital and central part in ensuring the good financial health of the charity.

What does the day to day look like?


Working closely with the Head of Finance and Operations, you will have specific responsibility for the daily operations of the finance function, alongside providing excellent and accurate financial services to both internal and external partners.

You will work alongside the Finance Assistant to ensure all income and expenditure is recorded into the charity's accounts programme. Given the nature of the role, you will have monthly deadlines to work to, so it will be imperative that you have great organisational skills and work well to tight deadlines.

What we need

The successful candidate will need to hold a recognised financial qualification or be working towards this as well as proven financial and accountancy experience.

It would be beneficial to have experience in financial accounting software (Sage 50) and an understanding of charitable accounting and SORP.

Our values

Values play a pivotal role in the success of the charity. Our values aren¿t just a list of words we expect our people to learn, but a set of filters through which we deliver to each other, our fans, our partners and our sponsors - in fact, with anyone who interacts in anyway with our brand. Each year we hold awards where peer to peer nominations are recorded. Those with the most nominations take away awards for their commitment to AITC values.

Our values are:

- Commitment

- Respect

- Quality

- Teamwork

What is in it for you?

In return for your hard work and commitment to us, you will receive a competitive reward package which will include, but not limited to:

- Free lunch (fantastic healthy and tasty food provided by our inhouse chefs)

- Free onsite parking

- Local travel discounts

- Discounts at the Club¿s superstore and website

- Health benefits including eye care

- Discounts and benefits for local businesses

Disability Confident

Brighton and Hove Albion Football Club are proud to be a disability confident employer who are committed to supporting candidates with disabilities throughout our recruitment and selection process. If you require any reasonable adjustments to support your application, please do not hesitate to get in touch with a member of our People and Culture team.

Equality Statement

Brighton & Hove Albion Football Club celebrates and values the diversity brought by employees, potential employees, casual workers, potential casual workers, players, potential players, applicants, supporters, participants on community programmes and customers and believes the Club benefits from engaging with everyone from a variety of backgrounds, thus allowing it to meet the needs of a diverse population within a multi-cultural society. We are committed to equality of opportunity for all staff and applications from individuals are encouraged regardless of age, disability, sex, gender reassignment, sexual orientation, pregnancy and maternity, race, religion or belief and marriage and civil partnership.

Safeguarding Statement

Brighton & Hove Albion Football Club and Albion in the Community are committed to safeguarding and promoting the welfare of children, young people and adults at risk and expect all staff and volunteers to share this commitment.

To submit your application for this Finance Officer opportunity, please click 'Apply' now.

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PCN Nurse Assessor - Supporting Early Cancer Diagnosis - HHV PCN

National Health Service

Haywards Heath, Southern
1 day ago
Haywards Heath, Southern
1 day ago

PCN Nurse Assessor - Supporting Early Cancer Diagnosis - HHV PCN

Alliance for Better Care Ltd.

The closing date is 14 March 2021

Job overview

This is an exciting opportunity for the successful candidate to support Haywards Heath Villages Primary Care Network (PCN) in reviewing and improving processes for cancer screening and for onward referral for suspected cancers. The successful candidate will support the PCN to increase local uptake for cancer screening programmes, in particular for non-responders and harder to reach patient populations and will establish efficient systems for patient recall.

The collection, management, and analysis of data across the network will be a key aspect of the role.

This is a 6 month fixed term contract and a full time post.

Main duties of the job

The successful candidate will be responsible for holding screening clinics across the Primary Care Network (PCN), including health checks at practices and in residential homes where appropriate. This will include supporting a wide range of patients, such as Learning Disability patients, and ensuring the appropriate safety-netting measures are implemented so patients are not missed.

This role will require consistent engagement with practice level staff to support delivery of requirements, such as organising peer-to-peer learning events and maintaining communication with local partner organisations and the voluntary sector.

About us

Alliance for Better Care is a not-for-profit organisation that is proud to support the sustainability and success of General Practice in East Surrey, Crawley, Horsham and Mid-Sussex. Our strategy is to support Primary Care Networks and individual practices through management expertise, at-scale clinical services and back-office functions, as we believe that General Practice is fundamental to improving the health and happiness of our communities.

ABC provide employment and management support to Haywards Heath Villages Primary Care Network comprising the following practices:

  • Lindfield Medical Centre
  • Cuckfield Medical Centre
  • Ouse Valley Practice

Job description

Job responsibilities

Key Responsibilities and Duties

The main duties and responsibilities are as follows:

1. Meeting patients nursing care needs as identified, or where care has been transferred to them by a GP.

2. Reviewing and implementing improvements to processes for cancer screening and for onward referral for suspected cancers

3. Initiating and maintaining health screening and promotion clinics for identified areas of the practice population, recognising where modification of systems or referral is necessary.

4. Managing the nursing care of patients under their care. Accurate and efficient input of data for GMS contract purposes is also required.

5. The following clinics:

Cervical cytology

Any other screening that may be appropriate

6. Collection and management of screening data across the relevant systems

7. Maintaining efficient liaison with all areas of the Primary Care Team and other agencies to assure continuity of care where necessary.

NHSE DES and QOF Requirements:

1. Enable and support practices to improve the quality of their referrals for suspected cancer (including recurrent cancers), in line with NICE guidance and making use of new RDC/RDS pathways where available.

2. Build on current practice to ensure a consistent approach to safety-netting patients who have been referred urgently with suspected cancer or for further investigations to exclude the possibility of cancer.

3. Ensure that all patients are signposted to, or receive information on, their referral, including why they are being referred, the importance of attending appointments and where they can access further support.

4. Building on existing practice-level actions, lead, and coordinate practices contribution to improving screening uptake.

5. Introduce specific actions to engage with at least one group with low participation locally in National Cancer Screening Programmes.

Special Requirements of the Post:

1. An understanding, acceptance, and adherence to the need for strict confidentiality.

2. Ability to use own judgment, resourcefulness, and common sense.

3. A commitment to maintain a high professional standard of nursing care and keep up to date with all aspects of nursing care relevant to the post.

4. A commitment to ensure all Health and Safety requirements and Infection Control measures are met and to report any issues through the appropriate processes

5. A commitment to the effective use of resources.

6. An awareness of own limitations and experience.

7. To work only in accordance with the UKCC Code of Conduct and within the Scope of Professional Practice

8. To have a written professional development plan and to maintain an up-to-date portfolio which meets the requirements of registration with the UKCC

9. Cooperate with annual appraisal meetings

10. Membership of the RCN

11. Not essential but desirable if post holder is an independent prescriber.

See job description for full list of responsibilities

Person Specification

Other

Desirable

  • Full UK Driving Licence (and access to a car)

Personal Qualities & Attributes

Essential

  • Knowledge and understanding of Public Health and Health Promotion
  • To have the ability to work on own initiative. Recognising when referral to other health professionals is needed.
  • Understanding of inequality and its impact on health
  • Able to support people in a way that inspires trust and confidence, motivating others to reach their potential
  • Ability to communicate effectively, both verbally and in writing, with people, their families, carers, community groups, partner agencies and stakeholders
  • Ability to undertake assessment of individuals, families, and the community
  • Ability to identify risk and assess/manage risk when working with individuals
  • Have a strong awareness and understanding of when it is appropriate or necessary to refer people back to other health professionals/agencies, when what the person needs is beyond the scope of the link worker role e.g. when there is a mental health need requiring a qualified practitioner
  • Ability to write and maintain accurate records, as well as an understanding of computer based medical records management
  • Ability to maintain effective working relationships and to promote collaborative practice with all colleagues
  • Demonstrates personal accountability, emotional resilience and works well under pressure
  • Ability to organise, plan and prioritise on own initiative, including when under pressure and meeting deadlines
  • To be familiar with changes and progress in nursing care.
  • An understanding, acceptance, and adherence to the need for strict confidentiality.
  • Insight and understanding of current issues in nursing and NHS
  • Knowledge of and ability to work to policies and procedures, including confidentiality, safeguarding, lone working, information governance, and health and safety

Desirable

  • Understanding of the role of clinical governance, CQC and clinical supervision
  • Ability to maintain/improve quality within the services provided

Experience

Essential

  • Experience of working collaboratively with other agencies
  • Experience of working with individuals in a health promotion role
  • Experience of managing own time and diary

Desirable

  • Experience in cancer care
  • Previous experience in telephone/remote patient consultations
  • EMIS and SystmOne experience
  • Previous experience of working in a Primary Care Setting

Qualifications

Essential

  • To be qualified and a member of the NMC
  • Nursing degree or diploma
  • Current smear takers number (and having had a recent update)
  • Immunisation Training
  • Understanding of the HPV vaccine program

Desirable

  • Evidence of ongoing learning and continuous professional development
  • Learning Disability Qualification

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

Alliance for Better Care Ltd.

Address

Glebe Road

Cuckfield

Haywards Heath

West Sussex

RH175BQ


Employer's website

https://abcltd.org.uk/

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Live In RMN, National Opps - Eating Disorder and/or CAMHS experience

National Health Service

Haywards Heath, Southern
2 days ago
Haywards Heath, Southern
2 days ago

Live In RMN, National Opps - Eating Disorder and/or CAMHS experience

Claimont Health LTD

The closing date is 18 July 2021

Job overview

Claimont Health- Eating Disorder and/or CAMHS Experience.

Does your current role empower you to give your aspired level of person-centred care from beginning to end of the patient journey?

Claimont Health is a CQC registered unique service provider in the private sector, providing high- profile, person centred, holistic services to clients who prefer to be treated in the comfort of their own home. We offer a tailored service, providing highly skilled mental health professionals to complement clients needs.

As a member of our clinical team, you will be offered a varied caseload of work, depending on your skills and experience. You will care for your client on a Live-In basis where you will have the opportunity to work one to one in a calm environment that feels secure for them. Your experience will reflect in your practice as you see the resulting outcomes of your skills and expertise in enabling our clients to use their strengths to improve their own well-being.

Main duties of the job

What do we need from you?

You will be NMC registered with at least 12 months experience in your chosen field. We are seeking professionalism and commitment to delivering client specific care. We expect all our nurses to share our dedication in supporting our clients on their pathway to recovery, showing compassion and motivation to support them on their journey. You will need to be flexible, having the ability to adapt to your surroundings and support family members whilst demonstrating the ability to maintain clear professional boundaries within a home setting.

So, what can we off you in return for your dedication and commitment?

We pay a highly competitive salary, and you will only need to work for approx. 14 live in shifts per month to earn a full-time wage.

Comfortable working environments

Accommodation and food provided

Paid Induction and CPD support

About us

Please send your CV or give us a call if you would like to hear more about an opportunity where you will have time to provide the specialist care you envisaged when you chose your career in mental health.

Claimont Health follows safer recruitment of staff for all appointments. It is a requirement that all staff understand it is each persons individual responsibility and are committed to promoting and safeguarding the welfare of service users. Candidates will be subject to an Enhanced DBS disclosure.

Claimont Health is committed to being an equal opportunities employer and in order to reflect the diversity of its population, positively encourages applications from all areas of the community. We aim to be a representative organisation with regards to age, disability, ethnicity, gender, beliefs and sexual orientation and are fully committed to equality, diversity and human rights.

Job description

Job responsibilities

Job title

Clinical Nurse Live in and Home Treatments

Department

Claimont Head Office

Reports to

Clinical Operations

Job purpose

The Post holder will undertake all aspects of clinical duties as an autonomous practitioner and work within their professional scope of practice to deliver individualised care that supports patients to achieve a desired outcome.

The post holder will be responsible for the co-ordination and the delivery of a high-quality mental health care using evidence-based practice through the provision of clinical advice and support; acting as a role model; and providing education and training where appropriate.

They will liaise closely with external professionals, family and carers, local services, and anyone else involved in the patients care package.

Key accountabilities

Under the guidance of the Registered Manager, take day-to-day responsibility as a Case Manager for an identified caseload of clients with needs of varying complexity.

  • Under the guidance of the Clinical MDT, devise treatment programmes to address the recovery needs and physical wellbeing of individuals with varying mental health needs, undertaking a variety of evidence-based interventions relative to caseload priorities.
  • Undertake generic mental health assessments and formulate agreed care plans in conjunction with the MDT, patient, and their family/carers.
  • Carry out thorough risk assessments and create risk management plans ensuring appropriate risk documentation is available for appropriate individuals.
  • To monitor service users during assessment activities and take the appropriate action in relation to any significant changes or possible risks.
  • Attend Professionals Meetings, Progress Reviews and other work-led meetings as required and ensure clear channels of communication. Offer to the team his/her own insights into the health and well-being needs and wishes of the patient and make suggestions on the treatment that might be needed.
  • To identify any specific precautions or contraindications to the proposed interventions/treatments and take the appropriate action.
  • To respect the service users dignity, wishes and beliefs; obtain their consent for the interventions and/or treatments to be undertaken.
  • To have sound knowledge of the use of medication for individuals with Mental Health difficulties, including side effects and contra-indications. To maintain awareness of Claimont medicine management policies and protocols and ensure adhered to practice guidance, as they are updated and respond to national and local guidance.
  • To prepare for, undertake and record interventions/treatments correctly, and in line with legislation, policies, and procedures and/or established protocols.

Ensure that written records of all aspects of service user treatment and progress are maintained throughout the treatment process.

  • Complete and maintain all documentation and records as required, including electronic patient records within 24 hours of event
  • Carry out activities with clients that enable full access to community life.
  • Work with families/carers to assist them in understanding mental health and coping effectively with issues arising from their role as carers.
  • Maintain the highest degree of confidentiality in delivery of treatment packages.
  • Maintain effective communication with referring agents as appropriate.
  • Maintain a high level of professional core psychiatric skills.
  • Maintain effective clinical links with colleagues, carers and relatives of service users and develop links with community services/resources.
  • Develop the use of evidence-based practice.
  • Undertake clinical, professional, and managerial supervision (within the specified time), in line with professional and Trust policies.
  • Attend and fully contribute to all team meetings.
  • To report assessment findings in the appropriate format to the people who need them
  • To ensure confidentiality and security of patient data is always maintained in compliance with the Data Protection Act.
  • To ensure confidentiality of staff, patients and carers is maintained in line with Claimont policy.
  • To attend appropriate mandatory training courses in line with requirements of the role, Health and Safety Regulations and as part of personal development, e.g., systems training, fire awareness training, appraisals.
  • Ensure relevant registrations are maintained.
  • Be part of the RCN or an equivalent professional body for insurance and advice purposes.
  • To carry out any other duties as requested by the Registered Manager to ensure the quality of service provided by the team.

To actively participate in a performance review and the development and implementation of a personal development plan.

To take responsibility for their own professional development ensuring professional standards are maintained and statutory and mandatory training is in date and attend any training as requested. To adhere to the Professional Code of Conduct relating to your profession (if applicable).

To uphold the principles and values set out in the Claimont Contractors Manual.

  • To ensure that the health and wellbeing of patients is at the centre of all activities and that all staff engage and communicate with patients as appropriate.
  • To always promote quality and safety of patients, visitors and staff thus enabling Claimont to meet its regulation requirements (Care Quality Commission Registration Regulations and Outcomes) that relate most directly to patients and strive for continuous quality improvement.
  • To observe Claimont Equal Opportunities Policy providing equality of treatment and opportunity to employees, service users and service providers irrespective of sex, sexuality, age, marital status, ethnic origin, or disability.

To take responsibility for the health & safety of themselves and other persons who may be affected by their omissions or actions at work.

To promote Claimonts Health and Safety Policy and ensure matters are managed in accordance with it.

To co-operate with Claimont to ensure that statutory and departmental regulations are adhered to.

  • Report accidents, incidents and near misses, implementing corrective action where necessary.

To comply fully with the duties and responsibilities outlined the Claimonts Information Governance Policy.

To comply with the Data Protection Act 1998, NHS Confidentiality guidelines (e.g., Caldicott, GMC) and any code of practice on Confidentiality and Data Protection as expected by Claimont.

  • To ensure that all information collected, stored, and used is done so in compliance with the above Act and any relevant Claimont Policies.
  • To raise any matters of concern with your Manager/Director

To recognise that promoting the welfare and safeguarding children, young people and adults is everyones business and access training and supervision as appropriate to the role.

To support the organisation in ensuring service users are protected from abuse or the risk of abuse and their human rights are respected and upheld.

  • To ensure concerns are responded to appropriately in line with the Claimonts Safeguarding Adults Policy and the Child Protection Policy and interagency safeguarding procedures.
  • To comply with recruitment and other checks as requested by the organisation including undertaking an Enhanced Disclosure via the Criminal Records Bureau.

Ensure the effective flow of information within the team, between the team and management and with external parties, representing corporate messages constructively and observing Claimonts internal communication policies and procedures.

Carry out day to day tasks in accordance with stated policies, procedures, and regulations.

Help to project the desired image of Claimont by demonstrating the corporate values through own example while ensuring they are developed with others by promoting thinking, skills and behaviour associated with Claimonts leadership and culture.

Internal contacts

Internal Stakeholders and Claimont team members

External contacts

Governance leads in CCG and CQC

Local Authorities and other organisations.

External stakeholders in relation to client safety, quality, and clinical governance queries.

Clients

External professionals

Person Specification

Skills

Essential

  • SKILLS:
  • Excellent Verbal and Written Skills
  • Excellent Report Writing Skills
  • Excellent Interpersonal Skills
  • Able to manage change, flexible and adaptable
  • Able to work to deadlines in a pressurised environment
  • Dynamic, willing to work collaboratively
  • Good Presentation Skills
  • Enhanced Influencing Skills
  • Ability to self-manage
  • Able to manage a situation/patient in crisis
  • Able to build relationships in difficult situations
  • Able to adapt and fit in appropriately to surroundings
  • OTHER:
  • Demonstrable record of clinical achievements
  • Understanding of health care delivery within the NHS / Independent sector
  • A working knowledge and understanding of the Mental Health Act 1983 and its possible impact on services provided
  • A good understanding of the Health and Social Care Act and its implications for the organisation

Qualifications

Essential

  • QUALIFICATIONS:
  • Registered Mental Nurse (RMN) with evidence of revalidation
  • Basic computer skills
  • Post Grad study

Desirable

  • Post basic qualifications in health care
  • Degree level post basic qualifications in health care
  • Current, Clean, Full car driving Licence

Experience

Essential

  • EXPERIENCE:
  • Minimum 12 months experience
  • Evidence of appropriate resource management
  • Working collaboratively as part of a multi-professional Team
  • Experience of Eating disorders and behaviours or
  • CAMHS experience
  • Providing consistency in a role
  • Building trust and working collaboratively with a patient

Desirable

  • Delivering health care services to people with mental health problems across a variety of settings, including community

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

Claimont Health LTD

Address

John de Mierre House

20 Bridge Rd

Haywards Heath

West Sussex

RH16 1UA


Employer's website

https://claimonthealth.co.uk/

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Live In Mental Health Support Worker, London

National Health Service

Haywards Heath, Southern
3 days ago
Haywards Heath, Southern
3 days ago

Live In Mental Health Support Worker, London

Claimont Health LTD

The closing date is 18 July 2021

Job overview

Claimont Health- Mental Health Support Worker- London.

Does your current role empower you to give your aspired level of person-centred care from beginning to end of the patient journey? Do you have Eating Disorder and/or CAMHS experience?

Claimont Health is a CQC registered unique service provider in the private sector, providing high- profile, person centred, holistic services to clients who prefer to be treated in the comfort of their own home. We offer a tailored service, providing highly skilled mental health professionals to complement clients needs.

As a member of our clinical team, you will be offered a varied caseload of work, depending on your skills and experience. You will care for your client on a Live-In basis where you will have the opportunity to work one to one in a calm environment that feels secure for them.

Main duties of the job

Your experience will reflect in your practice as you see the resulting outcomes of your skills and expertise in enabling our clients to use their strengths to improve their own well-being.

What do we need from you?

We are seeking professionalism and commitment to delivering client specific care. We expect all our staff to share our dedication in supporting our clients on their pathway to recovery, showing compassion and motivation to support them on their journey. You will need to be flexible, having the ability to adapt to your surroundings and support family members whilst demonstrating the ability to maintain clear professional boundaries within a home setting.

1 years or more experience as a Mental Health Support Worker

Flexibility, maturity, independence and the very highest professional standards

Commitment to delivering client specific care.

Adaptable approach to support client and family members

Ability to maintain clear professional boundaries within a home setting.

About us

So, what can we off you in return for your dedication and commitment?

We pay a highly competitive salary, and you will only need to work for approx. 14 live in shifts per month to earn a full-time wage.

Comfortable working environments

Accommodation and food provided.

Paid Induction and CPD support

Please apply if you would like to hear more about an opportunity where you will have time to provide the specialist care you envisaged when you chose your career in mental health.

Claimont Health follows safer recruitment of staff for all appointments. It is a requirement that all staff understand it is each persons individual responsibility and are committed to promoting and safeguarding the welfare of service users. Candidates will be subject to an Enhanced DBS disclosure.

Job description

Job responsibilities

Job title

Support Worker

Department

Claimont Head Office

Reports to

Clinical Operations

Job purpose

Claimont Home Care Ltd is a CQC registered unique service in the private sector delivering specialist mental health nursing at home when inpatient admission is being considered or for inpatients treated in hospital but who wish, and are able, to be discharged home. Claimont is not an agency. We invest in people and build relationships based on mutual support and long term commitment. The work we offer our staff can be extremely varied and is rooted in a Patient Centred, holistic approach. We value our nurses and support workers skills and experience and support them with any additional training requirements they may need. We are looking for high quality, dynamic and experienced Mental Health Support Workers who are able to provide Live-In and/or domiciliary home care to join our team of Bank Staff.

Key accountabilities

You will expect to support on the following.

involved in an individuals care.

Ensure management policies and protocols and ensure adhered to practice guidance, as they are updated and respond to national and local guidance.

Ensure that written records of all aspects of client treatment and progress are maintained throughout the treatment process.

  • Complete and maintain all documentation and records as required, including electronic patient records within 24 hours of event
  • Carry out activities with clients that enable full access to community life.
  • Work with families/carers to assist them in understanding mental health and coping effectively with issues arising from their role as carers.
  • Maintain the highest degree of confidentiality in delivery of treatment packages.
  • Maintain effective communication with referring agents as appropriate.
  • Maintain a high level of professional core psychiatric skills.
  • Maintain effective clinical links with colleagues, carers and relatives of client and develop links with community services/resources.
  • Encourage the use of evidence-based practice.
  • Attend and fully contribute to all team meetings.
  • To report assessment findings in the appropriate format to the people who need them
  • To ensure confidentiality and security of patient data is always maintained in compliance with the Data Protection Act.
  • To ensure confidentiality of staff, patients and carers is maintained in line with Claimont policy.
  • To attend appropriate mandatory training courses in line with requirements of the role, Health and Safety Regulations and as part of personal development, e.g., systems training, fire awareness training, appraisals.

To carry out any other duties as requested by the Registered Manager to ensure the quality of service provided by the team.

To actively participate in a performance review and the development and implementation of a personal development plan.

  • To take responsibility for their own professional development ensuring professional standards are maintained and statutory and mandatory training is in date.
  • To attend any training as requested.
  • To adhere to the Professional Code of Conduct relating to your profession (if applicable).
  • To uphold the principles and values set out in the Claimont Contractors Manual.
  • To ensure that the health and wellbeing of patients is at the centre of all activities and that all staff engage and communicate with patients as appropriate.
  • To always promote quality and safety of patients, visitors and staff thus enabling Claimont to meet its regulation requirements (Care Quality Commission Registration Regulations and Outcomes) that relate most directly to patients and strive for continuous quality improvement.

To observe Claimont Equal Opportunities Policy providing equality of treatment and opportunity to employees, client, and service providers irrespective of sex, sexuality, age, marital status, ethnic origin, or disability.

To take responsibility for the health & safety of themselves and other persons who may be affected by their omissions or actions at work.

  • To promote Claimonts Health and Safety Policy and ensure matters are managed in accordance with it.
  • To co-operate with Claimont to ensure that statutory and departmental regulations are adhered to.
  • Report accidents, incidents and near misses, implementing corrective action where necessary.

To comply fully with the duties and responsibilities outlined the Claimonts Information Governance Policy.

  • To comply with the Data Protection Act 1998, NHS Confidentiality guidelines (e.g., Caldicott, GMC) and any code of practice on Confidentiality and Data Protection as expected by Claimont.
  • To ensure that all information collected, stored, and used is done so in compliance with the above Act and any relevant Claimont Policies.
  • To raise any matters of concern with your Manager/Director
  • To recognise that promoting the welfare and safeguarding children, young people and adults is everyones business and access training and supervision as appropriate to the role.
  • To support the organisation in ensuring the client is protected from abuse or the risk of abuse and their human rights are respected and upheld.
  • To ensure concerns are responded to appropriately in line with the Claimonts Safeguarding Adults Policy and the Child Protection Policy and interagency safeguarding procedures.
  • To comply with recruitment and other checks as requested by the organisation including undertaking an Enhanced Disclosure via the Criminal Records Bureau.

Ensure the effective flow of information within the team, between the team and management and with external parties, representing corporate messages constructively and observing Claimonts internal communication policies and procedures.

Carry out day to day tasks in accordance with stated policies, procedures, and regulations.

Help to project the desired image of Claimont by demonstrating the corporate values through own example while ensuring they are developed with others by promoting thinking, skills and behaviour associated with Claimonts leadership and culture.

Internal contacts

Internal Stakeholders and Claimont team members

External contacts

Local Authorities and other partner organisations.

External stakeholders in relation to client safety, quality, and clinical governance queries.

Clients

External professionals

Community Mental Health Teams

Person Specification

Qualifications

Essential

  • QUALIFICATIONS:
  • Basic computer skills

Desirable

  • Post basic qualifications in health care
  • Degree level post basic qualifications in health care
  • Current, Clean, Full car driving Licence

Experience

Essential

  • EXPERIENCE:
  • Minimum 12 months experience
  • Evidence of appropriate resource management
  • Working collaboratively as part of a multi-professional Team
  • CAMHS experience
  • Providing consistency in a role
  • Building trust and working collaboratively with a patient

Desirable

  • Delivering health care services to people with mental health problems across a variety of settings, including community

Skills

Essential

  • SKILLS:
  • Excellent Verbal and Written Skills
  • Excellent Report Writing Skills
  • Excellent Interpersonal Skills
  • Able to manage change, flexible and adaptable
  • Able to work to deadlines in a pressurised environment
  • Dynamic, willing to work collaboratively
  • Good Presentation Skills
  • Enhanced Influencing Skills
  • Ability to self-manage
  • Able to manage a situation/patient in crisis
  • Able to build relationships in difficult situations
  • Able to adapt and fit in appropriately to surroundings
  • OTHER:
  • Demonstrable record of clinical achievements
  • Understanding of health care delivery within the NHS / Independent sector
  • A working knowledge and understanding of the Mental Health Act 1983 and its possible impact on services provided
  • A good understanding of the Health and Social Care Act and its implications for the organisation

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.

Employer details

Employer name

Claimont Health LTD

Address

John de Mierre House

20 Bridge Rd

Haywards Heath

West Sussex

RH16 1UA


Employer's website

https://claimonthealth.co.uk/

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RMN - Eating Disorder experience, London

National Health Service

Haywards Heath, Southern
2 days ago
Haywards Heath, Southern
2 days ago

RMN - Eating Disorder experience, London

Claimont Health LTD

The closing date is 18 July 2021

Job overview

Claimont Health LTD - RMN - Eating Disorder Experience, Live In

Do you have Eating Disorder experience?

Claimont Health is a CQC registered unique service provider in the private sector, providing high- profile, person centred, holistic services to clients who prefer to be treated in the comfort of their own home. We offer a tailored service, providing highly skilled mental health professionals to complement clients needs.

As a member of our clinical team, you will be offered a varied caseload of work, depending on your skills and experience. You will care for your client on a Live-In basis where you will have the opportunity to work one to one in a calm environment that feels secure for them. Your experience will reflect in your practice as you see the resulting outcomes of your skills and expertise in enabling our clients to use their strengths to improve their own well-being.

Main duties of the job

What do we need from you?

You will be NMC registered with at least 12 months experience in your chosen field. We are seeking professionalism and commitment to delivering client specific care. We expect all our nurses to share our dedication in supporting our clients on their pathway to recovery, showing compassion and motivation to support them on their journey. You will need to be flexible, having the ability to adapt to your surroundings and support family members whilst demonstrating the ability to maintain clear professional boundaries within a home setting.

So, what can we off you in return for your dedication and commitment?

We pay a highly competitive salary, and you will only need to work for approx. 14 live in shifts per month to earn a full-time wage.

Comfortable working environments

Accommodation and food provided

Paid Induction and CPD support

About us

Please send your CV or give us a call if you would like to hear more about an opportunity where you will have time to provide the specialist care you envisaged when you chose your career in mental health.

Claimont Health follows safer recruitment of staff for all appointments. It is a requirement that all staff understand it is each persons individual responsibility and are committed to promoting and safeguarding the welfare of service users. Candidates will be subject to an Enhanced DBS disclosure.

Claimont Health is committed to being an equal opportunities employer and in order to reflect the diversity of its population, positively encourages applications from all areas of the community. We aim to be a representative organisation with regards to age, disability, ethnicity, gender, beliefs and sexual orientation and are fully committed to equality, diversity and human rights.

Job description

Job responsibilities

Job title

Clinical Nurse Live in and Home Treatments

Department

Claimont Head Office

Reports to

Clinical Operations

Job purpose

The Post holder will undertake all aspects of clinical duties as an autonomous practitioner and work within their professional scope of practice to deliver individualised care that supports patients to achieve a desired outcome.

The post holder will be responsible for the co-ordination and the delivery of a high-quality mental health care using evidence-based practice through the provision of clinical advice and support; acting as a role model; and providing education and training where appropriate.

They will liaise closely with external professionals, family and carers, local services, and anyone else involved in the patients care package.

Key accountabilities

Under the guidance of the Registered Manager, take day-to-day responsibility as a Case Manager for an identified caseload of clients with needs of varying complexity.

  • Under the guidance of the Clinical MDT, devise treatment programmes to address the recovery needs and physical wellbeing of individuals with varying mental health needs, undertaking a variety of evidence-based interventions relative to caseload priorities.
  • Undertake generic mental health assessments and formulate agreed care plans in conjunction with the MDT, patient, and their family/carers.
  • Carry out thorough risk assessments and create risk management plans ensuring appropriate risk documentation is available for appropriate individuals.
  • To monitor service users during assessment activities and take the appropriate action in relation to any significant changes or possible risks.
  • Attend Professionals Meetings, Progress Reviews and other work-led meetings as required and ensure clear channels of communication. Offer to the team his/her own insights into the health and well-being needs and wishes of the patient and make suggestions on the treatment that might be needed.
  • To identify any specific precautions or contraindications to the proposed interventions/treatments and take the appropriate action.
  • To respect the service users dignity, wishes and beliefs; obtain their consent for the interventions and/or treatments to be undertaken.
  • To have sound knowledge of the use of medication for individuals with Mental Health difficulties, including side effects and contra-indications. To maintain awareness of Claimont medicine management policies and protocols and ensure adhered to practice guidance, as they are updated and respond to national and local guidance.
  • To prepare for, undertake and record interventions/treatments correctly, and in line with legislation, policies, and procedures and/or established protocols.

Ensure that written records of all aspects of service user treatment and progress are maintained throughout the treatment process.

  • Complete and maintain all documentation and records as required, including electronic patient records within 24 hours of event
  • Carry out activities with clients that enable full access to community life.
  • Work with families/carers to assist them in understanding mental health and coping effectively with issues arising from their role as carers.
  • Maintain the highest degree of confidentiality in delivery of treatment packages.
  • Maintain effective communication with referring agents as appropriate.
  • Maintain a high level of professional core psychiatric skills.
  • Maintain effective clinical links with colleagues, carers and relatives of service users and develop links with community services/resources.
  • Develop the use of evidence-based practice.
  • Undertake clinical, professional, and managerial supervision (within the specified time), in line with professional and Trust policies.
  • Attend and fully contribute to all team meetings.
  • To report assessment findings in the appropriate format to the people who need them
  • To ensure confidentiality and security of patient data is always maintained in compliance with the Data Protection Act.
  • To ensure confidentiality of staff, patients and carers is maintained in line with Claimont policy.
  • To attend appropriate mandatory training courses in line with requirements of the role, Health and Safety Regulations and as part of personal development, e.g., systems training, fire awareness training, appraisals.
  • Ensure relevant registrations are maintained.
  • Be part of the RCN or an equivalent professional body for insurance and advice purposes.
  • To carry out any other duties as requested by the Registered Manager to ensure the quality of service provided by the team.

To actively participate in a performance review and the development and implementation of a personal development plan.

To take responsibility for their own professional development ensuring professional standards are maintained and statutory and mandatory training is in date and attend any training as requested. To adhere to the Professional Code of Conduct relating to your profession (if applicable).

To uphold the principles and values set out in the Claimont Contractors Manual.

  • To ensure that the health and wellbeing of patients is at the centre of all activities and that all staff engage and communicate with patients as appropriate.
  • To always promote quality and safety of patients, visitors and staff thus enabling Claimont to meet its regulation requirements (Care Quality Commission Registration Regulations and Outcomes) that relate most directly to patients and strive for continuous quality improvement.
  • To observe Claimont Equal Opportunities Policy providing equality of treatment and opportunity to employees, service users and service providers irrespective of sex, sexuality, age, marital status, ethnic origin, or disability.

To take responsibility for the health & safety of themselves and other persons who may be affected by their omissions or actions at work.

To promote Claimonts Health and Safety Policy and ensure matters are managed in accordance with it.

To co-operate with Claimont to ensure that statutory and departmental regulations are adhered to.

  • Report accidents, incidents and near misses, implementing corrective action where necessary.

To comply fully with the duties and responsibilities outlined the Claimonts Information Governance Policy.

To comply with the Data Protection Act 1998, NHS Confidentiality guidelines (e.g., Caldicott, GMC) and any code of practice on Confidentiality and Data Protection as expected by Claimont.

  • To ensure that all information collected, stored, and used is done so in compliance with the above Act and any relevant Claimont Policies.
  • To raise any matters of concern with your Manager/Director

To recognise that promoting the welfare and safeguarding children, young people and adults is everyones business and access training and supervision as appropriate to the role.

To support the organisation in ensuring service users are protected from abuse or the risk of abuse and their human rights are respected and upheld.

  • To ensure concerns are responded to appropriately in line with the Claimonts Safeguarding Adults Policy and the Child Protection Policy and interagency safeguarding procedures.
  • To comply with recruitment and other checks as requested by the organisation including undertaking an Enhanced Disclosure via the Criminal Records Bureau.

Ensure the effective flow of information within the team, between the team and management and with external parties, representing corporate messages constructively and observing Claimonts internal communication policies and procedures.

Carry out day to day tasks in accordance with stated policies, procedures, and regulations.

Help to project the desired image of Claimont by demonstrating the corporate values through own example while ensuring they are developed with others by promoting thinking, skills and behaviour associated with Claimonts leadership and culture.

Internal contacts

Internal Stakeholders and Claimont team members

External contacts

Governance leads in CCG and CQC

Local Authorities and other organisations.

External stakeholders in relation to client safety, quality, and clinical governance queries.

Clients

External professionals

Person Specification

Qualifications

Essential

  • SKILLS:
  • 1.Excellent Verbal and Written Skills
  • 2.Excellent Report Writing Skills
  • 3.Excellent Interpersonal Skills
  • 4.Able to manage change, flexible and adaptable
  • 5.Able to work to deadlines in a pressurised environment
  • 6.Dynamic, willing to work collaboratively
  • 7.Good Presentation Skills
  • 8.Enhanced Influencing Skills
  • 9.Ability to self-manage
  • 10.Able to manage a situation/patient in crisis
  • 11.Able to build relationships in difficult situations
  • 12.Able to adapt and fit in appropriately to surroundings
  • QUALIFICATIONS:
  • Registered Mental Nurse (RMN) with evidence of revalidation
  • Basic computer skills
  • OTHER:
  • Demonstrable record of clinical achievements
  • Understanding of health care delivery within the NHS / Independent sector
  • A working knowledge and understanding of the Mental Health Act 1983 and its possible impact on services provided
  • A good understanding of the Health and Social Care Act and its implications for the organisation

Desirable

  • QUALIFICATIONS:
  • Post basic qualifications in health care
  • Degree level post basic qualifications in health care
  • Current, Clean, Full car driving Licence
  • Post Grad study

Experience

Essential

  • EXPERIENCE:
  • Minimum 12 months experience
  • Evidence of appropriate resource management
  • Working collaboratively as part of a multi-professional Team
  • Providing consistency in a role
  • Building trust and working collaboratively with a patient

Desirable

  • EXPERIENCE:
  • Delivering health care services to people with mental health problems across a variety of settings, including community.
  • CAMHS experience.
  • Experience of Eating disorders and behaviours.

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

Claimont Health LTD

Address

John de Mierre House

20 Bridge Rd

Haywards Heath

West Sussex

RH16 1UA


Employer's website

https://claimonthealth.co.uk/

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Registered Mental Health Nurse - RMN

National Health Service

Haywards Heath, Southern
1 day ago
Haywards Heath, Southern
1 day ago

Registered Mental Health Nurse - RMN

Claimont Health LTD

The closing date is 18 July 2021

Job overview

Claimont Health LTD is a CQC registered unique service provider in the private sector, predominantly providing high- profile, person centred, holistic services to clients who prefer to be treated in the comfort of their own home. We offer a tailored service, providing highly skilled mental health professionals to complement clients needs.

Claimont is also now bringing its service to a wider population and we are keen to speak to real all-rounders, nurses who are prepared to go to wherever the help is needed.

As a member of our clinical team, you will be offered a varied caseload of work, depending on your skills and experience.

Main duties of the job

You will provide support on a Live-In basis or with home visits which will be with private paying clients, where you will have the opportunity to work one to one in a calm environment that feels secure for them. Or you may be getting involved with one of the contracts we have supporting the NHS.

You will be NMC registered with at least 18 months experience in your chosen field. We are seeking professionalism and commitment to delivering client specific care. We expect all our nurses to share our dedication in supporting our clients on their pathway to recovery, showing compassion and motivation to support them on their journey. You will need to be flexible, having the ability to adapt to your surroundings and support family members whilst demonstrating the ability to maintain clear professional boundaries within a home setting.

About us

We pay a highly competitive salary, and you will only need to work for approx. 14 live in shifts per month to earn a full-time wage.

Comfortable working environments

Accommodation and food provided

Paid Induction and CPD support

Claimont Health follows safer recruitment of staff for all appointments. It is a requirement that all staff understand it is each persons individual responsibility and are committed to promoting and safeguarding the welfare of service users. Candidates will be subject to an Enhanced DBS disclosure.

Claimont Health is committed to being an equal opportunities employer and in order to reflect the diversity of its population, positively encourages applications from all areas of the community. We aim to be a representative organisation with regards to age, disability, ethnicity, gender, beliefs and sexual orientation and are fully committed to equality, diversity and human rights.

Job description

Job responsibilities

Job title

Clinical Nurse Live in and Home Treatments

Department

Claimont Head Office

Reports to

Clinical Operations

Job purpose

The Post holder will undertake all aspects of clinical duties as an autonomous practitioner and work within their professional scope of practice to deliver individualised care that supports patients to achieve a desired outcome.

The post holder will be responsible for the co-ordination and the delivery of a high-quality mental health care using evidence-based practice through the provision of clinical advice and support; acting as a role model; and providing education and training where appropriate.

They will liaise closely with external professionals, family and carers, local services, and anyone else involved in the patients care package.

Key accountabilities

  • Under the guidance of the Registered Manager, take day-to-day responsibility as a Case Manager for an identified caseload of clients with needs of varying complexity.
  • Under the guidance of the Clinical MDT, devise treatment programmes to address the recovery needs and physical wellbeing of individuals with varying mental health needs, undertaking a variety of evidence-based interventions relative to caseload priorities.
  • Undertake generic mental health assessments and formulate agreed care plans in conjunction with the MDT, patient, and their family/carers.
  • Carry out thorough risk assessments and create risk management plans ensuring appropriate risk documentation is available for appropriate individuals.
  • To monitor service users during assessment activities and take the appropriate action in relation to any significant changes or possible risks.
  • Attend Professionals Meetings, Progress Reviews and other work-led meetings as required and ensure clear channels of communication. Offer to the team his/her own insights into the health and well-being needs and wishes of the patient and make suggestions on the treatment that might be needed.
  • To identify any specific precautions or contraindications to the proposed interventions/treatments and take the appropriate action.
  • To respect the service users dignity, wishes and beliefs; obtain their consent for the interventions and/or treatments to be undertaken.
  • To have sound knowledge of the use of medication for individuals with Mental Health difficulties, including side effects and contra-indications. To maintain awareness of Claimont medicine management policies and protocols and ensure adhered to practice guidance, as they are updated and respond to national and local guidance.
  • To prepare for, undertake and record interventions/treatments correctly, and in line with legislation, policies, and procedures and/or established protocols.
  • Ensure that written records of all aspects of service user treatment and progress are maintained throughout the treatment process.
  • Complete and maintain all documentation and records as required, including electronic patient records within 24 hours of event
  • Carry out activities with clients that enable full access to community life.
  • Work with families/carers to assist them in understanding mental health and coping effectively with issues arising from their role as carers.
  • Maintain the highest degree of confidentiality in delivery of treatment packages.
  • Maintain effective communication with referring agents as appropriate.
  • Maintain a high level of professional core psychiatric skills.
  • Maintain effective clinical links with colleagues, carers and relatives of service users and develop links with community services/resources.
  • Develop the use of evidence-based practice.
  • Undertake clinical, professional, and managerial supervision (within the specified time), in line with professional and Trust policies.
  • Attend and fully contribute to all team meetings.
  • To report assessment findings in the appropriate format to the people who need them
  • To ensure confidentiality and security of patient data is always maintained in compliance with the Data Protection Act.
  • To ensure confidentiality of staff, patients and carers is maintained in line with Claimont policy.
  • To attend appropriate mandatory training courses in line with requirements of the role, Health and Safety Regulations and as part of personal development, e.g., systems training, fire awareness training, appraisals.
  • Ensure relevant registrations are maintained.
  • Be part of the RCN or an equivalent professional body for insurance and advice purposes.
  • To carry out any other duties as requested by the Registered Manager to ensure the quality of service provided by the team.
  • To actively participate in a performance review and the development and implementation of a personal development plan.
  • To take responsibility for their own professional development ensuring professional standards are maintained and statutory and mandatory training is in date and attend any training as requested. To adhere to the Professional Code of Conduct relating to your profession (if applicable).
  • To uphold the principles and values set out in the Claimont Contractors Manual.
  • To ensure that the health and wellbeing of patients is at the centre of all activities and that all staff engage and communicate with patients as appropriate.
  • To always promote quality and safety of patients, visitors and staff thus enabling Claimont to meet its regulation requirements (Care Quality Commission Registration Regulations and Outcomes) that relate most directly to patients and strive for continuous quality improvement.
  • To observe Claimont Equal Opportunities Policy providing equality of treatment and opportunity to employees, service users and service providers irrespective of sex, sexuality, age, marital status, ethnic origin, or disability.
  • To take responsibility for the health & safety of themselves and other persons who may be affected by their omissions or actions at work.
  • To promote Claimonts Health and Safety Policy and ensure matters are managed in accordance with it.
  • To co-operate with Claimont to ensure that statutory and departmental regulations are adhered to.
  • Report accidents, incidents and near misses, implementing corrective action where necessary.
  • To comply fully with the duties and responsibilities outlined the Claimonts Information Governance Policy.
  • To comply with the Data Protection Act 1998, NHS Confidentiality guidelines (e.g., Caldicott, GMC) and any code of practice on Confidentiality and Data Protection as expected by Claimont.
  • To ensure that all information collected, stored, and used is done so in compliance with the above Act and any relevant Claimont Policies.
  • To raise any matters of concern with your Manager/Director
  • To recognise that promoting the welfare and safeguarding children, young people and adults is everyones business and access training and supervision as appropriate to the role.
  • To support the organisation in ensuring service users are protected from abuse or the risk of abuse and their human rights are respected and upheld.
  • To ensure concerns are responded to appropriately in line with the Claimonts Safeguarding Adults Policy and the Child Protection Policy and interagency safeguarding procedures.
  • To comply with recruitment and other checks as requested by the organisation including undertaking an Enhanced Disclosure via the Criminal Records Bureau.
  • Ensure the effective flow of information within the team, between the team and management and with external parties, representing corporate messages constructively and observing Claimonts internal communication policies and procedures.
  • Carry out day to day tasks in accordance with stated policies, procedures, and regulations.
  • Help to project the desired image of Claimont by demonstrating the corporate values through own example while ensuring they are developed with others by promoting thinking, skills and behaviour associated with Claimonts leadership and culture.

Internal contacts

Internal Stakeholders and Claimont team members

External contacts

Governance leads in CCG and CQC

Local Authorities and other organisations.

External stakeholders in relation to client safety, quality, and clinical governance queries.

Clients

External professionals

Person Specification

Experience

Essential

  • Delivering health care services to people with mental health
  • problems across a variety of settings, including community.
  • Minimum 12 months experience.
  • Evidence of appropriate resource management.
  • Working collaboratively as part of a multi-professional Team.
  • Providing consistency in a role
  • Building trust and working collaboratively with a patient

Desirable

  • Experience of Eating disorders and behaviours.
  • CAMHS experience

Qualifications

Essential

  • Registered Mental Nurse (RMN) with evidence of revalidation.
  • Post basic qualifications in health care.
  • Degree level post basic qualifications in health care.
  • Post Grad study.

Skills and Knowledge

Essential

  • Excellent Verbal and Written Skills.
  • Excellent Report Writing Skills.
  • Excellent Interpersonal Skills.
  • Able to manage change, flexible and adaptable.
  • Able to work to deadlines in a pressurised environment.
  • Dynamic, willing to work collaboratively.
  • Enhanced Influencing Skills.
  • Ability to self-manage.
  • Able to manage a situation/patient in crisis.
  • Able to build relationships in difficult situations.
  • Able to adapt and fit in appropriately to surroundings.
  • Basic computer skills
  • Demonstrable record of clinical achievements.
  • Understanding of health care delivery within the NHS /
  • Independent sector.
  • A working knowledge and understanding of the Mental
  • Health Act 1983 and its possible impact on services provided.
  • A good understanding of the Health and Social Care Act and
  • its implications for the organisation.

Desirable

  • Good Presentation Skills.
  • Current, Clean, Full car driving Licence.

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

Claimont Health LTD

Address

John de Mierre House

20 Bridge Rd

Haywards Heath

West Sussex

RH16 1UA


Employer's website

https://claimonthealth.co.uk/

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RMN, RNLD or RGN with Mental Health experience (Bank)

National Health Service

Haywards Heath, Southern
1 day ago
Haywards Heath, Southern
1 day ago

RMN, RNLD or RGN with Mental Health experience (Bank)

Claimont Health LTD

The closing date is 18 July 2021

Job overview

Claimont Health is a CQC registered unique service provider in the private sector, predominantly providing high- profile, person centred, holistic services to clients who prefer to be treated in the comfort of their own home. We offer a tailored service, providing highly skilled mental health professionals to complement clients needs. We are seeking professionalism and commitment to delivering client specific care. We expect all our nurses to share our dedication in supporting our clients on their pathway to recovery, showing compassion and motivation to support them on their journey.

Main duties of the job

As a member of our clinical team, you will be offered a varied caseload of work, depending on your skills and experience. This may be Live In with private paying clients, it may be home visits, or it may be getting involved with one of the contracts we have supporting the NHS. Wherever you are, your experience will reflect in your practice as you see the resulting outcomes of your skills and expertise in enabling our clients to use their strengths to improve their own well-being. You will need to be flexible, having the ability to adapt to your surroundings and support family members whilst demonstrating the ability to maintain clear professional boundaries within a home setting.You can offer full availability for at least three days per week.You will be NMC registered with at least 18 months or more experience in your chosen field.

About us

  • Attractive rates of pay up to £300 per shift
  • Comfortable working environments
  • Accommodation and food provided (Live-In)
  • Paid Induction and CPD support

Claimont Health follows safer recruitment of staff for all appointments. It is a requirement that all staff understand it is each persons individual responsibility and are committed to promoting and safeguarding the welfare of service users. Candidates will be subject to an Enhanced DBS disclosure. Claimont Health is committed to being an equal opportunities employer and in order to reflect the diversity of its population, positively encourages applications from all areas of the community. We aim to be a representative organisation with regards to age, disability, ethnicity, gender, beliefs and sexual orientation and are fully committed to equality, diversity and human rights.

Job description

Job responsibilities

Job title

Bank- RMN, RGN and RNLD

Department

Claimont Head Office

Reports to

Clinical Operations

Job purpose

The Post holder will undertake all aspects of clinical duties as an autonomous practitioner and work within their professional scope of practice to deliver individualised care that supports patients to achieve a desired outcome.

The post holder will be responsible for working with eating disordered difficulties and will be current in their approach to any interventions when supporting with eating difficulties.

The co-ordination and the delivery of a high-quality mental health care using evidence-based practice through the provision of clinical advice and support; acting as a role model; and providing education and training where appropriate.

They will liaise closely with external professionals, family and carers, local services, and anyone else involved in the patients care package.

Key accountabilities

  • Under the guidance of the Registered Manager, take day-to-day responsibility as a Case Manager for an identified caseload of clients with needs of varying complexity.
  • Under the guidance of the Clinical MDT, devise treatment programmes to address the recovery needs and physical wellbeing of individuals with varying mental health needs, undertaking a variety of evidence-based interventions relative to caseload priorities.
  • Undertake generic mental health assessments and formulate agreed care plans in conjunction with the MDT, patient, and their family/carers.
  • Carry out thorough risk assessments and create risk management plans ensuring appropriate risk documentation is available for appropriate individuals.
  • To monitor service users during assessment activities and take the appropriate action in relation to any significant changes or possible risks.
  • Attend Professionals Meetings, Progress Reviews and other work-led meetings as required and ensure clear channels of communication. Offer to the team his/her own insights into the health and well-being needs and wishes of the patient and make suggestions on the treatment that might be needed.
  • To identify any specific precautions or contraindications to the proposed interventions/treatments and take the appropriate action.
  • To respect the service users dignity, wishes and beliefs; obtain their consent for the interventions and/or treatments to be undertaken.
  • To have sound knowledge of the use of medication for individuals with Mental Health difficulties, including side effects and contra-indications. To maintain awareness of Claimont medicine management policies and protocols and ensure adhered to practice guidance, as they are updated and respond to national and local guidance.
  • To prepare for, undertake and record interventions/treatments correctly, and in line with legislation, policies, and procedures and/or established protocols.
  • Ensure that written records of all aspects of service user treatment and progress are maintained throughout the treatment process.
  • Complete and maintain all documentation and records as required, including electronic patient records within 24 hours of event
  • Carry out activities with clients that enable full access to community life.
  • Work with families/carers to assist them in understanding mental health and coping effectively with issues arising from their role as carers.
  • Maintain the highest degree of confidentiality in delivery of treatment packages.
  • Maintain effective communication with referring agents as appropriate.
  • Maintain a high level of professional core psychiatric skills.
  • Maintain effective clinical links with colleagues, carers and relatives of service users and develop links with community services/resources.
  • Develop the use of evidence-based practice.
  • Undertake clinical, professional, and managerial supervision (within the specified time), in line with professional and Trust policies.
  • Attend and fully contribute to all team meetings.
  • To report assessment findings in the appropriate format to the people who need them
  • To ensure confidentiality and security of patient data is always maintained in compliance with the Data Protection Act.
  • To ensure confidentiality of staff, patients and carers is maintained in line with Claimont policy.
  • To attend appropriate mandatory training courses in line with requirements of the role, Health and Safety Regulations and as part of personal development, e.g., systems training, fire awareness training, appraisals.
  • Ensure relevant registrations are maintained.
  • Be part of the RCN or an equivalent professional body for insurance and advice purposes.
  • To carry out any other duties as requested by the Registered Manager to ensure the quality of service provided by the team.
  • To actively participate in a performance review and the development and implementation of a personal development plan.
  • To take responsibility for their own professional development ensuring professional standards are maintained and statutory and mandatory training is in date and attend any training as requested. To adhere to the Professional Code of Conduct relating to your profession (if applicable).
  • To uphold the principles and values set out in the Claimont Contractors Manual.
  • To ensure that the health and wellbeing of patients is at the centre of all activities and that all staff engage and communicate with patients as appropriate.
  • To always promote quality and safety of patients, visitors and staff thus enabling Claimont to meet its regulation requirements (Care Quality Commission Registration Regulations and Outcomes) that relate most directly to patients and strive for continuous quality improvement.
  • To observe Claimont Equal Opportunities Policy providing equality of treatment and opportunity to employees, service users and service providers irrespective of sex, sexuality, age, marital status, ethnic origin, or disability.
  • To take responsibility for the health & safety of themselves and other persons who may be affected by their omissions or actions at work.
  • To promote Claimonts Health and Safety Policy and ensure matters are managed in accordance with it.
  • To co-operate with Claimont to ensure that statutory and departmental regulations are adhered to.
  • Report accidents, incidents and near misses, implementing corrective action where necessary.
  • To comply fully with the duties and responsibilities outlined the Claimonts Information Governance Policy.
  • To comply with the Data Protection Act 1998, NHS Confidentiality guidelines (e.g., Caldicott, GMC) and any code of practice on Confidentiality and Data Protection as expected by Claimont.
  • To ensure that all information collected, stored, and used is done so in compliance with the above Act and any relevant Claimont Policies.
  • To raise any matters of concern with your Manager/Director
  • To recognise that promoting the welfare and safeguarding children, young people and adults is everyones business and access training and supervision as appropriate to the role.
  • To support the organisation in ensuring service users are protected from abuse or the risk of abuse and their human rights are respected and upheld.
  • To ensure concerns are responded to appropriately in line with the Claimonts Safeguarding Adults Policy and the Child Protection Policy and interagency safeguarding procedures.
  • To comply with recruitment and other checks as requested by the organisation including undertaking an Enhanced Disclosure via the Criminal Records Bureau.
  • Ensure the effective flow of information within the team, between the team and management and with external parties, representing corporate messages constructively and observing Claimonts internal communication policies and procedures.
  • Carry out day to day tasks in accordance with stated policies, procedures, and regulations.
  • Help to project the desired image of Claimont by demonstrating the corporate values through own example while ensuring they are developed with others by promoting thinking, skills and behaviour associated with Claimonts leadership and culture.

Internal contacts

Internal Stakeholders and Claimont team members

External contacts

Governance leads in CCG and CQC

Local Authorities and other organisations.

External stakeholders in relation to client safety, quality, and clinical governance queries.

Clients

External professionals

Person Specification

Qualifications

Essential

  • Registered Mental Nurse (RMN) with evidence of revalidation.
  • Post basic qualifications in health care.
  • Degree level post basic qualifications in health care.
  • Post Grad study.

Experience

Essential

  • Delivering health care services to people with mental health
  • problems across a variety of settings, including community.
  • Minimum 12 months experience.
  • Evidence of appropriate resource management.
  • Working collaboratively as part of a multi-professional Team.
  • Providing consistency in a role.
  • Building trust and working collaboratively with a patient.
  • Demonstrable record of clinical achievements
  • Understanding of health care delivery within the NHS /
  • Independent sector.
  • A working knowledge and understanding of the Mental
  • Health Act 1983 and its possible impact on services provided.
  • A good understanding of the Health and Social Care Act and
  • its implications for the organisation.

Desirable

  • Experience of Eating disorders and behaviours.
  • CAMHS experience.

Skills and Knowledge

Essential

  • Excellent Verbal and Written Skills.
  • Excellent Report Writing Skills.
  • Excellent Interpersonal Skills.
  • Able to manage change, flexible and adaptable.
  • Able to work to deadlines in a pressurised environment.
  • Dynamic, willing to work collaboratively.
  • Good Presentation Skills.
  • Enhanced Influencing Skills.
  • Ability to self-manage.
  • Able to manage a situation/patient in crisis.
  • Able to build relationships in difficult situations.
  • Able to adapt and fit in appropriately to surroundings.
  • Current, Clean, Full car driving Licence.
  • Basic computer skills.

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

Claimont Health LTD

Address

John de Mierre House

20 Bridge Rd

Haywards Heath

West Sussex

RH16 1UA


Employer's website

https://claimonthealth.co.uk/

Salary

£38.89k - £44.503k Per Year

Job Type

full-time

Posted

1 day ago

Description

Job Reference: 379-3000666-MAR21

Employer:
Brighton and Sussex University Hospitals NHS Trust
Department:
Colorectal / Abdominal Surgery and Medicine
Location:
Brighton, Brighton
Salary:
£38,890 - £44,503

About our Trust

Our Trust is rated as ‘Outstanding for Caring’ by the CQC – fundamental to this is the way that we value and respect our staff. At every level, we value the diversity of our colleagues and actively champion an inclusive culture. We believe that everyone without exception should feel free to be their authentic self in the workplace.

We understand that work is only one part of life. We are committed to helping our colleagues achieve the best possible work/life balance. We proudly offer supportive, inclusive and family friendly employment and flexible working policies. We have a wide range of professional services and employee networks to help our colleagues be at their best - and find support if they need it.

Our Trust is already a Disability Confident employer and we are holding ourselves to account through the Workplace Disability Equality Standard (WDES). Our work on promoting equity and inclusion for our Black, and Minority Ethnic (BME) colleagues continues to be driven by engagement with the WRES (Workforce Race Equality Standard) and the WRES Experts Programme.

In 2019, we committed ourselves to becoming a Stonewall Top 100 LGBTQ+ Employer. We also support the national ‘Veteran Aware’ scheme and are an ERS Gold accredited Hospital who welcomes applications from all members of the Armed Forces communities.

For our patients, we do everything we can to deliver fair access to all our services. This includes providing interpretative and other services to meet the needs of disabled communities. We're careful to show sensitivity towards ethnic, cultural and religious differences. Our staff uphold these values and so help our care to get better all the time.


This is an exciting time to join a project team who will transform the front end of colorectal pathway.

We are a progressive, busy and expanding team who manage the Abdominal Surgery and Medicine Directorate at BSUH. We are looking for a motivated and dynamic Faster Diagnosis Colorectal Cancer Nurse. This exciting opportunity aims to facilitate faster diagnosis for patients on a 28-day pathway, providing care and support for patients on suspected cancer pathways. We are seeking a unique individual who can work alongside our nursing and medical colleagues in surgery and oncology.

Cancer patients are supported from the 2ww referral from the GP, through the diagnostic phase of their cancer experience to living with and beyond cancer. The successful applicant will be required to demonstrate an understanding of the specific needs and expectations of this group of patients. You will be working very closely with the Trust’s cancer services team to provide the highest level of support for patients.

You will have a clear understanding of the surgical nursing, cancer pathways, and be committed to improving patient experience. You will also be committed to the development of specialist nursing practice and demonstrate evidence of on-going professional and academic development. A successful appointment will depend upon interview and fulfilling service requirements.

We are a busy directorate with varying demands and priorities, it is essential you are able to be responsive to the changes and challenges, working autonomously with competing demands.

For further details / informal visits contact:

Name Philip Shabo
Job title Directorate Manager
Email address philip.shabo@nhs.net
Additional contact information

For an informal meeting please contact:

Philip Shabo – Directorate Manager philip.shabo@nhs.net or

Sarah Woodrow, Directorate PA - sarah.woodrow3@nhs.net




General information for applicants

On 1st April 2021, Brighton & Sussex University Hospital Trust will be merging with Western Sussex Hospitals NHS Foundation Trust to form a new NHS Foundation Trust that will bring together the very best of both organisations to innovate and improve the health of our communities and deliver outstanding, compassionate care locally whilst increasing the opportunities for specialised services to flourish in Sussex. This role will be subject to a TUPE transfer to Western Sussex Hospitals NHS Foundation Trust on 1st April as part of this merger.

Salaries for substantive posts will be offered to successful candidates in alignment with the NHS Agenda for Change terms and conditions. All our substantive colleagues will also receive an annual appraisal. For substantive colleagues appointed after 1 April 2019, this guides their progression through the salary steps. Please note this does not apply to Bank only applicants.

As part of our commitment to a safe working environment, we undertake a Disclosure and Barring Service check on all new employees where the role is eligible for a criminal record check . We make offers in line with the Rehabilitation of Offenders Act 1975.

Applications for Tier 2 sponsorship are welcome for those that meet the Visa and Immigrations eligibility criteria. Please note our Bank only roles are not eligible for Tier 2 sponsorship. These will be considered alongside all other applications. For further information please visit the gov.uk website searching for Skilled Worker Visa's.

Please apply as early as you're able for this role. In the event of exceptional interest we may close adverts earlier than specified.

Further Information

For help with the application process, please contact the HR Employment Services Team on 01444 448692 /448616 or by email: bsuh.hresvacancies@nhs.net