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Advanced Practitioner- Merlyn Vaz

Job details
Posting date: 26 April 2024
Salary: £59,226 to £69,066 per year
Additional salary information: £59226 - £69066 a year
Hours: Full time
Closing date: 18 June 2024
Location: Leicester, LE53GH
Company: NHS Jobs
Job type: Permanent
Job reference: M0051-AP-MV-05

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Summary

What DHU can offer you: Working Patterns:We recognise that 9-5 doesnt work for everyone, so we have a range of working patterns available to suit your work/life balance.Our friendly team will work with you to find the best fixed pattern for us both. Competitive salary: £59226 - £69006 (Band 8.b0) 30% evening enhancements. 45% weekend enhancements. Generous annual leave entitlement:Standard 25 days + 8 bank holidays, increasing with service up to 33 days + 8 bank holidays. Pro Rata/ Per Annum Employee benefits: As part of our team at DHU Healthcare, we believe in rewarding you, our colleague, for your hard work and dedication to providing the very best in patient care. As part of our team, you can enjoy a host of benefits to enhance your wellbeing. Private Medical Insurance: We take care of your health and wellbeing with private medical insurance provided through Westfield Health, ensuring access to quality healthcare when you need it most. Membership includes direct access to GP and counselling services, CT and MRI scans, hospital treatment insurance and cashback for dental, optical and physiotherapy care. NHS Pension Scheme: Rest assured knowing your future is secure with our NHS pension scheme. Already an NHS employee? We acknowledge your continuous service and commitment to healthcare excellence, allowing you to bring your existing pension pot and holiday allowance with you! Car Lease Scheme: DHU has teamed up with NHS Fleet Solutions to offer a salary sacrifice scheme for colleagues. As part of our citizenship commitment and active approach to reducing our carbon footprint, we can provide you with lease options on a brand-new hybrid or electric car. Enhanced Maternity/Paternity Leave: We understand the importance of family, which is why we offer enhanced maternity and paternity leave to support you during this special time in your life, supported by a robust Family Friendly policy. Cycle to Work Scheme: Stay active and reduce your carbon footprint with our cycle to work scheme, making it easier for you to commute in a healthy and sustainable way. Referral Programme: Share the benefits of working at DHU with your network and you can earn cash rewards through our Employee Referral Programme. Birthday Leave Guarantee:Birthday leave isn't compulsory; it's entirely up to you! We cant always celebrate with you, so whether you choose to take the day off and indulge in a well-deserved break or prefer to work and save your leave for another time, the decision is yours to make! What your typical day looks like: Autonomous practice utilising your advanced clinical skills to assess, diagnose, treat, and refer patients, ensuring comprehensive clinical care. Excelling in communication, both verbal and nonverbal, establishing rapport with patients and caregivers. Making confident decisions and communicating them effectively, ensuring clarity and understanding. Recognising and initiating where appropriate advice of relevant specialisms. Maintaining appropriate clinical records in line with current practice guidelines. Working effectively as part of a multi professional team in collaboration with other members of the service. Discharging or referring patients as appropriate to internal or external clinical pathways. To be a successful Advanced Practitioner youll need: To be a registered Adult Nurse registered with the Nursing & Midwifery Council (NMC), a Paramedic registered with the Health Care Professions Council (HCPC), a pharmacist registered with the General Pharmaceutical Council (GPhC) registered as an independent non-medical prescriber. A minimum of 2 modules at Level 7, these must include Minor Illness & Minor Injury Capability to conduct a concise clinical history and physical examination. The ability to formulate a differential diagnosis management plan. Effective communication abilities in clinical settings, alongside strong verbal and written skills, and proficiency in computer usage. Strong negotiation skills and critical thinking techniques. Thorough awareness of contemporary frameworks and advancements in out-of-hours care, as well as specialised clinical/technical skills in health and social care Motivation, passion, positivity, resilience, and a determination to provide outstanding patient care. Right to work in the UK More information on our recruitment process can be found here or reach out to our team of talent acquisition professionals by emailing: Careers@DHUHealthCare.nhs.uk At DHU HealthCare we pride ourselves on our diverse workforce, and we remain committed to ensuring every person, in each of our teams, can bring their true selves to work without risk or fear of discrimination. As such, we would welcome applications from diverse audience representing the communities we continue to serve. We proudly embrace forces-friendly practices and dedicate unwavering support to our Veterans/Service Leavers; Reservists; Cadet Force Adult Volunteers and military spouses/partners, fostering a workplace that values their unique skills and contributions

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