- London, UK
- Part-time employment
- Apply by 07 Jan, 2019
- Posted on 08 Nov, 2018
- Start date:
- Visa Sponsor
- £ 17.64 per hour
We are looking to recruit Registered Nurses for flexible working within Birmingham Community Healthcare NHS Foundation Trust, HM Prison Birmingham via the Trust Bank, the Trust’s temporary staffing department.
Birmingham Community Healthcare NHS Foundation Trust delivers a range of healthcare services across a number of sites and specialties and the Trust Bank provides temporary cover to cover shortfalls in staffing and to support the delivery of the service.
The Trust provides primary care & inpatient services in HMP Birmingham which is a male prison that can house up to 1450 prisoners. The prison is a 24 hour service and offers varied nursing experiences and training opportunities.
You do not need to have had any previous prison experience however we would especially welcome applicants who have the following skill set: competent in dispensing of medication, wound dressings including compression bandaging, phlebotomy, imms & vacs trained. Varied nursing experience in a challenging but fulfilling area. We would require applicants to have been qualified with relevant experience, as much of the care is nurse-led and encourages decision making. The department is well supported by a team of GPs and Allied Health Professionals. They are constantly striving to improve the standard of care delivery to prisoners and to make innovative changes, which will further enhance the service. We will not accept applications from unqualified or Student Nurses for this position.
We are currently recruiting dedicated and motivated individuals with excellent communication skills, sound clinical knowledge and the ability to work independently. Do you want...
- To work as part of a dedicated team?
- To join a forward thinking, innovative organisation which puts its patients first?
- To contribute to the provision of high quality care?
- Choose your own hours to fit in with your personal circumstances on an ad hoc basis?
Candidates must have been qualified with relevant and recent nursing experience. Additionally we are particularly interested in applicants with previous experience of working within a prison environment and who may already have National Offender Management Service (NOMS) Clearance and G4S Prison Clearance.
Please be aware that this post requires completion of a Disclosure and Barring Service (DBS) form. Due to recent changes in law, the DBS operate a system of ‘Single Certification’ whereby only a copy of the certificate/disclosure is issued to candidates and not to Birmingham Community Healthcare NHS Trust as the employer. You are therefore advised that upon receipt of the DBS certificate/disclosure, you are required to provide the original copy to a member of the Centralised recruitment Team at Priestley Wharf. Please note that failure to do so will result in the Trust being unable to process your application and your conditional offer may be withdrawn.
For further details / informal visits contact:
Lesley-Anne Longthorn on 0121 466 7446Job Type:BankWorking pattern:FlexiblePay Scheme:Agenda for changePay Band: 5 Staff Group:Nursing & Midwifery RegisteredSpecialty/Function:Bank Nursing
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