A Vacancy at Manchester University NHS Foundation Trust.
We are Trafford Local Care Organisation - an exciting, new public sector organisation bringing together NHS community health services and adult social care services in Trafford. We’re driven by the aim of improving the health of local people in Trafford by working across organisational boundaries.
Our community healthcare teams in adults and children's services are employed by Manchester University NHS Foundation Trust and deployed to us, linking closely with our colleagues in Manchester Local Care Organisation. Our teams work as one and together we will make a massive difference to the health of people in Trafford.
Are you passionate about making a difference to children, young people and their families?
Trafford Local Care Organisation, are looking to recruit dynamic, motivated nurses or midwives to undertake the 12-month Apprenticeship Specialist Community Public Health: Health Visiting Qualification. Salary will be on a Band 5 up to mid-point.
Studies will be undertaken at Manchester Metropolitan University for 50% of the course and the remaining 50% in Health Visiting practice. You will be employed on a fixed-term contract for the duration of the course.
Successfuk candidates will complete an individualised learning programme which will be documented in their Personal Portfolio of Learning. The Universities award will be a Postgraduate Diploma in Public Health Nursing therefore studying at Level 7. The professional qualification will be registered on the NMC Professional Register. The pathway incorporates preparation for prescribing from the Nurse Prescribers' Formulary for Community Practitioners (V100).
Successful applicants must have 120 credits at Level 6 to access the course.
Interviews will be held on 24th and 25th May 2021
The course commences on 13th September 2021
This advert closes on Monday 3 May 2021
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