Band 4 Assistant Practitioner 37.5
Would you be interested in a career within the NHS as an Assistant Practitioner, in the community? Are you passionate about providing patient-centered support service and want to deliver excellent and compassionate care to people over the age of 18 that live in Bedfordshire?
We are looking for a dynamic, motivated, and enthusiastic person who has excellent communication, IT literate, and problem-solving skills alongside a passion for patient-centered care. You will work corporately within our Primary Care Team and will be supporting the Community Nurses and the wider MDT with providing high-quality care to housebound residents who live with a wide range of physical and mental health conditions.
This highly respected team delivers responsive high-quality care to patients in their own homes.
Our Trust is known for offering excellent training, personal development programs, supportive coaching, and competency frameworks; all to support enhanced skills and career development which meet the goals and aspirations of the individual.
The successful candidate will be expected to be flexible and assist colleagues to cover service needs, which will include working across the wider integrated team. Access to a car in order to carry out service duties is essential.
A full induction program will be provided.
Position: Assistant Practitioner (Band 4) 37.5 hrs
Location: West Mid Bedfordshire - Ampthill
The Community Nursing Service operates between 08.00 to 21.00 hours and the working pattern will include a variety of rotational shifts which will include weekend, evening and Bank Holiday working.
Further Information: Leander Webb Team Lead 07812 730241
This advert closes on Monday 11 Oct 2021
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