Millbrow Care Home- Registered Nurse
Salary £27,905 - £30,507 (pro rata for part time working)
As well as:
10% night working allowance for those working night shifts
9.16% Premium pay allowance
£17.22- £18.81 an hour (inclusive of allowances) Night shifts
Adult social care takes on many different forms and helps adults of all ages. It is held together by a common purpose: not just helping people with a wide range of needs, but helping people to live the best possible life.
A career in social care is emotionally rewarding – knowing every day that you are making a difference to people’s lives. That is why supporting the care sector is so critical at this time. Whatever your circumstances, great social care can make all the difference to a person’s quality of life. By choosing a career in social care with Halton Borough Council you will be considered an asset to the sector whilst making a real difference to your local community.
The challenges of COVID-19 go far beyond anything we have previously experienced. We are fully focused on continuing to support individuals through this time, by adopting new ways of working including practicing social distancing where we can, working in partnership with our infection control colleagues and following national guidance with regards to the use of PPE.
If you can help in these extraordinary times, and beyond, to provide essential support then we would love to hear from you.
Millbrow is a care home specialising in nursing care for older adults, including those with Dementia related illness. There are 44 bedrooms, as well as a number of communal areas. The care home is situated in the residential area of Millbrow in Widnes and has easy access routes via public transport links. Millbrow is going through exciting change with significant investment plans underway to improve residential and service offerings with the objective that allows for Millbrow to become a recognised Centre of Excellence for excellent care and training provisions within the borough. A recent CQC inspection has provided Millbrow with some positive feedback in key areas as well as development focus areas which drive our on-going planning and commitment.
We are looking for caring, hardworking, compassionate and dedicated Registered Nurses who are clinically trained with evidenced experience to provide support to residents with complex health conditions in a nursing care home environment. You will be instrumental in supporting staff in the service whilst promoting person centred approach with an emphasis on independence, choice, dignity and fulfilment.
You will be registered with the NMC and be able to use the skills and experience gained to provide excellent care, and promote the well-being and independence of our residents. We need professional and positive nurses to support and encourage residents; attending to their physical, emotional, cultural and social needs using a person centred approach.
We need great communicators, with the ability to listen to others and influence. Great leadership skills are essential, as you will be responsible for overseeing and maintaining the care of the residents within specific nursing units of the care home. You will supervise, mentor and develop a team of care workers to provide the highest standards, reporting to the senior nurse and/or registered manager. You will also have experience in creating and updating person centred care plans.
- Free DBS
- Free uniform
- Free parking
- Generous annual leave entitlements up to 33 days
- Commitment to your on-going professional development
- Opportunity to join the Local Government Pension Scheme.
More information about the benefits of working for Halton Borough Council please click here: https://jobs.haltonbc.info/working-in-halton/ .
You will have opportunities to work within a multidisciplinary team, and you will develop and maintain effective working relationships with a range of professionals including Community Nurses, Occupational Therapists, Physiotherapists, Dieticians and Social Workers.
In addition to the salary advertised, two enhancements are also payable.
You will receive 9.16% allowance for unsociable hours and 10% night working allowance (these are included in the published hourly rates above).
For an informal discussion about this post, please contact Jayne Adamson on 0151 511 6584.
Please ensure you relate to the Person Specification when you complete your Supporting Statement.
Interviews will take place following relevant government guidance and will be held remotely.
How to Apply
Please apply online via the link provided.
Please note, we do not accept CVs. Please fully complete the on-line application form.