- Band 7
- Part Time 30 hours per week
- Wood Street
- £37,570 - £43,772 pa pro rata (plus HCAS)
- 27/08/2019 23:59
Do you want to be part of an innovative, dynamic organisation that is committed to delivering the best care by the best people? We are looking to appoint people who are as passionate about high quality care as we are.
NELFT provides award winning community and mental healthcare for over 2 million people. We work to ensure our patients, their friends and family, feel confident that their health needs are well met. With an excellent reputation for research and development, our skilled health professionals are at the cutting edge of evidence-based innovation, opening up the possibilities for better ways of working and delivery of care.
We are committed to the delivering the best care for our patients. The successful candidate will share this commitment and demonstrate our Trust values.
We are committed to continuous learning to improve patient outcomes so this means that we are also committed to the professional development of our workforce. We want to ensure you have the opportunity to grow and progress within NELFT, so take the first step on this journey by joining us now.
Are you passionate about working with children and young people with asthma and would welcome the opportunity of being part of a network looking at standards of care; then this may be the role for you. The Children's asthma Nurse Specialist is based with the children's community nursing team and in the vibrant and diverse area of Waltham Forest. We are seeking a motivated and compassionate individual who is committed to their own personal and professional development.
All informal visits are welcome.
You must have appropriate UK professional registration.
This post is subject to the Rehabilitation of Offenders Act (Exceptions Order) 1975 and it will be necessary for a submission for Disclosure to be made to the Disclosure and Barring Service.
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Further details / informal visits contact
Paulette Blake, Clinical Lead Specialist Childrens Nursing