PSP are looking for dynamic, driven RGN / RMN / Dual Registered Nurses to join our team at our Gibraltar House Nursing Home, Monmouth, NP25 5FL.
Salary from £23,000 to £27,500 – Salary will vary dependant on contracted hours.
Main Duties and Responsibilities:
You will be required to provide the highest possible standards of care to our residents through direct nursing care and effective supervision of Staff Members. A warm and professional approach should be maintained whilst completing the following duties: To be able to take management responsibility for the home when on duty by:-
Provide support, supervision, and guidance to the care staff on your unit, to ensure that the team contribute to the best of their ability towards the efficient running of the home.
Complete regular checks on Residents at intervals determined by the Home Manager.
Continue to monitor and update Resident care plans appropriately to ensure they are maintained in accordance with NMC guidelines and company policy.
Report any ill health amongst residents accordingly and make requests for GP / Professional visits where necessary.
Assess social and health care needs for new residents who join the home.
Continue to review and maintain on-going assessments for current residents within the home.
Ensure that each Resident has an individualised care plan.
Assess all aspects of resident’s care needs and provide health supervision and direct Nursing Care when required.
Administer and document prescribed medicines in accordance with the company’s procedure and NMC guidelines.
Ensure a clear and precise handover report is given to all staff members at the end of each shift.
Practice maximum integrity in all dealings with resident’s personal and financial affairs.
Support staff through delivery of supervision and annual appraisal.
Communicate well with the residents, the staff team, Nursing Home visitors and other professionals at all times.
A flexible approach to shift work would be desirable.
Training and Development:
Training is regularly organised and PSP use The Skills for Care training targets to ensure that staff fulfil the aims of the home, and meet the changing needs of residents.
PSP recognises that training not only improves the business, but moreover improves the quality of life for our Residents by providing for them in the safest, most appropriate way. Furthermore individual staff members benefit by improving their own skills which, hopefully, will stay with them forever.
Some of the benefits of working for PSP include:
• Working for a Company who has gained numerous awards in care, and who are one of the UK’s fastest growing healthcare providers.
• Flexible shift patterns to include bank, part-time or full-time work.
• Opportunities for training and progression.
• Subsidised staff accommodation and relocation packages.
• Subsidised staff meals.
• Becoming part of the PSP family, where mutual support is encouraged at all levels; People Supporting People!
• Use of state of the art equipment and facilities, with homes which include advanced mobility facilities, Wi-Fi connectivity, hair and beauty salons with visiting therapists, various lounge and relaxation areas, accessible gardens, and even some with their own swimming pool and gym area.
• Corporate rates on your household insurance.
• Subsidised private healthcare.
More about us as a Company:
PSP Healthcare is recognised as one of the UK’s fastest growing, innovative and exciting healthcare providers for the elderly. The MD has been identified as one of the sector’s “Top Twenty to Watch”, and the company have won numerous awards including the Welsh National Dementia Care Excellence Gold Award & Allcora Care Excellence Award.
The Group operate Nursing Homes and state of the art purpose built care villages across England and Wales. In fact, Gibraltar Care Village in Monmouth has been identified as one of the UK’s top three in the prestigious Pinders National Design Awards.
“People Supporting People”
This philosophy underpins the organization. At the forefront, naturally, is the support that we provide at PSP for the elderly in our care. Our residents are viewed as an extension of the PSP family and as such, are afforded with our respect, dedication and support that a close relative could expect.
However what sets us apart is our philosophy of “people supporting people” and its significance within the organization and throughout the team. PSP aim to encourage mutual support for one another at all levels.
As part of this belief, PSP are proud to be a founding member of the National Care Benevolent Fund which provides for those in the care sector who may fall upon hard times.
Most of our homes have State of the Art Equipment and Facilities to include:
• A variety of rooms to suit most needs
• Accessible sensory gardens
• Freshly home-cooked meals and snacks in the dining room
• Dedicated activities coordinators working in the home
• Refurbished lounges with plasma screen televisions
• Multi Sensory therapy room
• Nurse call technology throughout the home
• Hair and Beauty salon with visiting therapists
• Advanced mobility and assisted bathing facilities
Experience & Qualifications:
Whilst experience of working within a dementia nursing environment will be a distinct advantage, we are happy to support those that have an interest in this area, and look to assist and promote personal development and training when required.
In addition to your valid NMC registration as a nurse, and the right to work in the UK, you will need to be:
RGN, RMN or dual trained.
Up to date with all areas of clinical expertise.
Confident and competent in your abilities.
Able to show support and direction to other care staff.
Able to administer medication competently.
Able to complete and update care plans.
Able to deal with varying levels of dementia.
Able to work independently as the Nurse in Charge of the shift.
Passionate about maintaining resident’s privacy, dignity and independence within a caring and safe environment.
Passionate about providing quality nursing care to the Elderly.
Exceptional with communication skills in order to support the residents, resident’s family, other health professionals and other care staff.
Exceptional with organisational skills.
Please contact Sarah Hawker on 01179387748 or email firstname.lastname@example.org