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London Recruitment Solutions
Registered Nurse – RGN – Elderly Care Home / Village – £37,408 – Central London
This is an opportunity to join a beautiful and historic village for elderly residents, located within vast beautiful gardens, listed buildings and wonderful caring staff. The Registered General Nurse (RGN) will be to plan, implement and supervise and monitor the provision of nursing and personal care in line with the Nursing & Midwifery Council code of conduct and the Core Values of the medical centre. This will be looking after those residents who need support and may have dementia and other medical conditions related to old age.
£37,408 + excellent benefits
42.5 hours a week , including paid lunch breaks
Various shifts, including Nights, Weekends, Days etc. (this is done on a rota basis and planned in advance)
DUTIES TO INCLUDE:
The Registered General Nurse, will always act within the Nursing and Midwifery Council The Code -Standards of conduct, performance and ethics for nurses and midwives
To demonstrate an understanding of the Care Quality Commission – Essential Standards of Quality and Safety (march 2010) and their role incompliance with these standards.
To play an active role in promoting the quality of daily life for all Pensioners through supporting planned activities and person centred care.
To act as a Named Nurse for nominated Pensioners.
Ensure all Care Plans are completed comprehensively and maintained for all short and long stay Pensioners.
Ensure all medication is ordered, received, stored, administered and disposed of in line with NMC Standards for Medicines Management (2008) and the company Policy.
Support training and the specific supervision of Senior Care Assistants and Care Assistants as delegated by the Senior Staff Nurses/Deputy Matron in all aspects of their duties.
Take responsibility for shift management as rostered
Demonstrate clear understanding of responsibilities towards emergency and short stay admissions.
Practice maximum integrity in all dealings with the Pensioners personal and financial affairs, and avoid abuse of the privileged relationship that exits with the Pensioners.
To report immediately any concerns regarding staff members suspected of bullying, harassment, drug or alcohol abuse or any other inappropriate or unprofessional behaviour in the care environment.
Genuine interest in, and experience of working with, the elderly.
Ability to communicate effectively at all levels.
To demonstrate an awareness of diversity in the work place and treat all staff members and Pensioners with dignity and respect.
Registered General Nurse with the Nursing and Midwifery Council (NMC)
To have excellent customer care skills, with a friendly, empathetic personality and excellent communication skills.