This week’s roundup includes vacancies for a Advanced Clinical Practitioner, 0-19 Integrated Community Staff Nurse (Tower Hamlets), SCPHN Student (Health Visiting), Specialist Practitioner SEND 0-19 Service, a Social Prescriber, and a Network Coordinator.
Read on to see full details of our current opportunities.
The Care Group are seeking a Social Prescriber to join our team and provide a service mainly within Network 1. The successful candidate will be responsible for providing one to one support, identifying issues that impact on patients health and well-being, develop personalised care and support plans to address their needs, make onward referrals to community and voluntary sector services and record patient outcomes using the ONS4 outcomes measurement tool.
The closing date is 29 June.
Advanced Clinical Practitioner
We have exciting opportunities for progressive, forward-thinking qualified Advanced Clinical Practitioner (ACP) to join our enthusiastic team in the Urgent Treatment Centre (UTC) based at the Royal London Hospital.
Working in a diverse, supportive environment committed to our team's personal and professional development, you will be encouraged to expand your working horizons and consolidate newly developed clinical skills across primary and secondary care.
The closing date is 5 July.
0-19 Integrated Community Staff Nurse (Tower Hamlets)
Do you have a current NMC registration and you are passionate about improving health outcomes for children, young people, and families? If this sounds like you, you could be our new 0-19 Integrated Community Staff Nurse.
The successful post holder will support the delivery of the Healthy Child Programme within a universal model of service delivery dependant on assessed needs and provision of personalised care.
The deadline to apply is 7 July.
SCPHN Student (Health Visiting)
Would you like to train as a Health Visitor in Tower Hamlets or Waltham Forest? You will need to be a qualified and registered nurse or midwife. You will study at degree or post graduate level for 52 weeks with a balance of half time in practice and half with the university.
The deadline to apply is 9 July.
Specialist Practitioner SEND 0-19 Service
As a Specialist Practitioner SEND 0-19, you will play a key role in supporting children with Social Communication Difference and Autism.
You will work closely with our Universal 0-19 teams, Early Intervention Professionals, and a range of partner organisations to ensure that children and families receive the support they need.
The deadline to apply is 2 July.
Network Care Coordinator
As a Network Care Coordinator the role involves working very closely with the practices and the multidisciplinary team within the Primary Care Network.
The role is pivotal in ensuring all patients receive the best possible care and service. The Care Coordinator’s role will support the clinical director and member practices in coordinating all key activity including access to services, advice, and information. Ensuring health and care planning is timely, efficient, and patient-centered.
The deadline to apply is 3 July.