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Registered Nurse- Day/Night

Alban Manor Nursing Home

St Albans, Hertfordshire

Published
13-03-2019
Job ad details
Published
13-03-2019
Expires
03-04-2019
Job ID
329976712
Job type
Full-time
Permanent
Job sector
Medical and Carers, Customer Services

Home: ALBAN MANOR NURSING HOME

Job Description: Registered Nurse- Days and Nights (Nursing and Dual Registered Homes)
Responsible to: Matron/Deputy Matron


GENERAL

The RN working within the Nursing Home will be a nurse who is interested in the total care of elderly people and has an understanding of their needs.

When acting as sole RN on duty, he/she will be responsible for the Home, its Residents and staff.

The organisation of the Home and attitude of the staff should reflect the need for patients to achieve and maintain maximum independence.  Staff should be both flexible and sensitive in their approach.

He/she will maintain a quiet, calm atmosphere in the Home and, by encouragement and example, foster a happy team spirit to ensure the safety and wellbeing of the Residents.

All trained staff will be expected to help with in-service training and unqualified staff and to keep abreast of current post registration training him/herself.

Main duties to include:

Responsibilities

Professional

  • To recognise the uniqueness and dignity of each patient, whilst providing individualised care.
  • To ensure that the atmosphere of the Home is relaxed and that Residents have the freedom to live as normal a life as possible.
  • To assess Residents needs, plan their care, ensure that the Care Plan is implemented and evaluate the success of treatment.  Residents should be involved, as much as possible, in helping to plan and assess their own care.
  • To ensure that all care is consistent and carried out in accordance with the laid down policies.
  • To ensure that all treatments are given as prescribed.
  • To ensure that Residents dignity is maintained at all times.
  • To supervise the work of other grades of Nursing Staff.
  • To ensure accurate documentation of Residents records.
  • To involve relatives, where appropriate.
  • To write, give and receive reports.
  • To work in a co-operative and collaborative manner with other health care professionals, recognising and respecting their particular contributions within the care team.
  • To ensure that accurate information on Residents conditions is given to the Senior Nurse in Charge/Deputy or Home Manager or GP.
  • To comply with any guidance that is issued, from time to time, by the NMC.

Managerial

  • To supervise special diets and ensure that the nutritional needs of Residents are met.
  • To withdraw defective equipment from use and report to the Administration Manager/Matron.
  • To ensure that Residents property is safeguarded.
  • To report and document accidents to Residents, staff and visitors and maintain other records and notify, as appropriate.
  • To participate in staff meetings held to discuss the running of the Home.
  • To ensure that the Matron of the Home is kept fully informed of all matters relating to staff, Residents and equipment.
  • To actively promote safety awareness, as laid down by the Health and Safety at Work Act.
  • To delegate or personally carry out any tasks necessary within the Home to ensure the efficient operation of all departments and thus provide a quality environment for all Residents.
  • To ensure that work practices throughout the home comply with and maintain National Minimum Care Standards in accordance with the requirements of the Commission for social Care Inspection.

Personnel

  • To assist in the induction of new staff
  • To assist in in-service training
  • To counsel junior staff in matters relating to nursing practice

Other

  • In the case of night shifts, to work with care staff to ensure the wellbeing of all Residents throughout the Home. Sleeping whilst on duty is not permitted under any circumstances.
  • In the case of a Dual Registered Home:

-To liaise with Senior care staff in the residential section to ensure that high standards of care are delivered. As a general rule, senior carers will liaise with community nurses in respect of nursing care to residential clients but, in a case of emergency or e.g., a fall, an RN will be expected to advise.

-To head the shift on nights, supervising the work of care staff throughout the Home and, in particular, to see regular night checks are made of all Residents and patients.

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329976712103611082019-03-13T12:09:40.940Registered Nurse- Day/Night

Home: ALBAN MANOR NURSING HOME

Job Description: Registered Nurse- Days and Nights (Nursing and Dual Registered Homes)
Responsible to: Matron/Deputy Matron


GENERAL

The RN working within the Nursing Home will be a nurse who is interested in the total care of elderly people and has an understanding of their needs.

When acting as sole RN on duty, he/she will be responsible for the Home, its Residents and staff.

The organisation of the Home and attitude of the staff should reflect the need for patients to achieve and maintain maximum independence.  Staff should be both flexible and sensitive in their approach.

He/she will maintain a quiet, calm atmosphere in the Home and, by encouragement and example, foster a happy team spirit to ensure the safety and wellbeing of the Residents.

All trained staff will be expected to help with in-service training and unqualified staff and to keep abreast of current post registration training him/herself.

Main duties to include:

Responsibilities

Professional

  • To recognise the uniqueness and dignity of each patient, whilst providing individualised care.
  • To ensure that the atmosphere of the Home is relaxed and that Residents have the freedom to live as normal a life as possible.
  • To assess Residents needs, plan their care, ensure that the Care Plan is implemented and evaluate the success of treatment.  Residents should be involved, as much as possible, in helping to plan and assess their own care.
  • To ensure that all care is consistent and carried out in accordance with the laid down policies.
  • To ensure that all treatments are given as prescribed.
  • To ensure that Residents dignity is maintained at all times.
  • To supervise the work of other grades of Nursing Staff.
  • To ensure accurate documentation of Residents records.
  • To involve relatives, where appropriate.
  • To write, give and receive reports.
  • To work in a co-operative and collaborative manner with other health care professionals, recognising and respecting their particular contributions within the care team.
  • To ensure that accurate information on Residents conditions is given to the Senior Nurse in Charge/Deputy or Home Manager or GP.
  • To comply with any guidance that is issued, from time to time, by the NMC.

Managerial

  • To supervise special diets and ensure that the nutritional needs of Residents are met.
  • To withdraw defective equipment from use and report to the Administration Manager/Matron.
  • To ensure that Residents property is safeguarded.
  • To report and document accidents to Residents, staff and visitors and maintain other records and notify, as appropriate.
  • To participate in staff meetings held to discuss the running of the Home.
  • To ensure that the Matron of the Home is kept fully informed of all matters relating to staff, Residents and equipment.
  • To actively promote safety awareness, as laid down by the Health and Safety at Work Act.
  • To delegate or personally carry out any tasks necessary within the Home to ensure the efficient operation of all departments and thus provide a quality environment for all Residents.
  • To ensure that work practices throughout the home comply with and maintain National Minimum Care Standards in accordance with the requirements of the Commission for social Care Inspection.

Personnel

  • To assist in the induction of new staff
  • To assist in in-service training
  • To counsel junior staff in matters relating to nursing practice

Other

  • In the case of night shifts, to work with care staff to ensure the wellbeing of all Residents throughout the Home. Sleeping whilst on duty is not permitted under any circumstances.
  • In the case of a Dual Registered Home:

-To liaise with Senior care staff in the residential section to ensure that high standards of care are delivered. As a general rule, senior carers will liaise with community nurses in respect of nursing care to residential clients but, in a case of emergency or e.g., a fall, an RN will be expected to advise.

-To head the shift on nights, supervising the work of care staff throughout the Home and, in particular, to see regular night checks are made of all Residents and patients.

To apply, please click the ''apply via website'' button.

2019-04-04T02:00:31.930 Home: ALBAN MANOR NURSING HOME Job Description: Registered Nurse- Days and Nights (Nursing and Dual Registered Homes) Responsible to: Matron Deputy Matron GENERAL The RN working within the Nursing Home will be a nurse who is interested in the total care of elderly people and has an understanding of their needs. When acting as sole RN on duty, he she will be responsible for the Home, its Residents and staff. The organisation of the Home and attitude of the staff should reflect the need for patients to achieve and maintain maximum independence. Staff should be both flexible and sensitive in their approach. He she will maintain a quiet, calm atmosphere in the Home and, by encouragement and example, foster a happy team spirit to ensure the safety and wellbeing of the Residents. All trained staff will be expected to help with in-service training and unqualified staff and to keep abreast of current post registration training him herself. Main duties to include: Responsibilities Professional To recognise the uniqueness and dignity of each patient, whilst providing individualised care. To ensure that the atmosphere of the Home is relaxed and that Residents have the freedom to live as normal a life as possible. To assess Residents needs, plan their care, ensure that the Care Plan is implemented and evaluate the success of treatment. Residents should be involved, as much as possible, in helping to plan and assess their own care. To ensure that all care is consistent and carried out in accordance with the laid down policies. To ensure that all treatments are given as prescribed. To ensure that Residents dignity is maintained at all times. To supervise the work of other grades of Nursing Staff. To ensure accurate documentation of Residents records. To involve relatives, where appropriate. To write, give and receive reports. To work in a co-operative and collaborative manner with other health care professionals, recognising and respecting their particular contributions within the care team. To ensure that accurate information on Residents conditions is given to the Senior Nurse in Charge Deputy or Home Manager or GP. To comply with any guidance that is issued, from time to time, by the NMC. Managerial To supervise special diets and ensure that the nutritional needs of Residents are met. To withdraw defective equipment from use and report to the Administration Manager Matron. To ensure that Residents property is safeguarded. To report and document accidents to Residents, staff and visitors and maintain other records and notify, as appropriate. To participate in staff meetings held to discuss the running of the Home. To ensure that the Matron of the Home is kept fully informed of all matters relating to staff, Residents and equipment. To actively promote safety awareness, as laid down by the Health and Safety at Work Act. To delegate or personally carry out any tasks necessary within the Home to ensure the efficient operation of all departments and thus provide a quality environment for all Residents. To ensure that work practices throughout the home comply with and maintain National Minimum Care Standards in accordance with the requirements of the Commission for social Care Inspection. Personnel To assist in the induction of new staff To assist in in-service training To counsel junior staff in matters relating to nursing practice Other In the case of night shifts, to work with care staff to ensure the wellbeing of all Residents throughout the Home. Sleeping whilst on duty is not permitted under any circumstances. In the case of a Dual Registered Home: -To liaise with Senior care staff in the residential section to ensure that high standards of care are delivered. As a general rule, senior carers will liaise with community nurses in respect of nursing care to residential clients but, in a case of emergency or e.g., a fall, an RN will be expected to advise. -To head the shift on nights, supervising the work of care staff throughout the Home and, in particular, to see regular night checks are made of all Residents and patients. To apply, please click the apply via website button.11per year10000000000IUK_A_NORUKUnited Kingdom243GBP2019-04-03T00:00:000000http://albanmanor.co.uk/vacancies.php0EuropeUnited KingdomSouth EastHertfordshireSt Albans3485180Alban Manor Nursing Home111-2 Chene DriveSt AlbansAL3 5QPUKUnited Kingdomnew1552472582_logo_small.jpg0UKUnited KingdomUKUnited Kingdom8Full-time46Permanent113-03-201903-04-201913-03-201903-04-201903-04-201913-03-201903-04-201913-03-201903-04-20192English3Fluent114962810Clinical guidance4ExpertHealth Services114968115Health care assistance4ExpertHealth Services114968119Clinical nursing4ExpertHealth Services114968127Nursing4ExpertHealth Services323108Nurse934683Registered General Nurse (RGN)123Medical and Carers139Customer Services361005506
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Job ad details
Published
13-03-2019
Expires
03-04-2019
Job ID
329976712
Jobtype
Full-time
Permanent
Job sector
Medical and Carers, Customer Services