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NB: This vacancy closed to applications on 03/10/2021.

Diabetes Specialist Nurse (Band 7)

Job Reference: 825-SCHT3735

Employer:
Shropshire Community Health NHS Trust
Department:
Specialist Nursing Diabetes - Adultss
Location:
Shropshire
Salary:
£40,057 to £45,839 pro rata pa

Shropshire Community Health NHS Trust is an exciting place to work. It offers a wide range of employment opportunities for many people.

Shropshire Community Health NHS Trust positively encourages applications from all areas of the community, regardless of age, gender, ethnicity, disability, sexual orientation or religious beliefs. We are committed to ensuring people who work for the community trust have a good working life - and a good work life/home life balance.

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28.5 hours per week, Band 7, Diabetes Specialist Nurse,

fixed term or secondment to 1 November 2022, working across Shropshire 

Are you looking for an exciting opportunity that has arisen to work within a well-established community diabetes team here in Shropshire, supporting people with Diabetes to make positive life choices that enhance their lives and health?

Are you a Diabetes Specialist Nurse working in either an acute or community setting?

Are you ready to take the next step in your career?

Do you have a passion to work to champion the care of people with Diabetes?

Would you like to live surrounded by the beautiful countryside of Shropshire and the Shropshire Hills?

If so, then this is an opportunity of a position for you!

An opportunity has arisen due to maternity leave for a Band 7 Diabetes Specialist Nurse.

You should be a Registered Nurse with a qualification in Diabetes and have an interest in working with people with Diabetes. 

Applicants should possess an in-depth clinical knowledge of diabetes, which should be supported by recent experience and qualifications.

We are a dynamic and forward-thinking multidisciplinary team comprising of staff in nursing, dietetic and educator roles and work collaboratively with our colleagues in secondary care. We can offer you the opportunity to work alongside expert staff to help you further develop your clinical and leadership skills. You will lead on the implementation of new initiatives including education programmes, projects, quality audits, and other service developments.

You will be required to demonstrate comprehensive assessment skills, knowledge of evidence-based practice, and critical appraisal skills in applying theory to practice. The successful candidate will apply proven clinical skills to support a caseload of people with Diabetes and complex needs and be able to work autonomously to deliver high quality patient care. You must be able to organise and prioritise your work and support any urgent enquiries for patient care.

You will be responsible for delivering nurse–led clinics in community settings for the management of complex patients with Type 1 and Type 2 diabetes, including the initiation of insulin and use of new technologies.

You will work alongside and build relationships with the local GP surgeries, secondary care diabetes colleagues and community interdisciplinary teams, delivering high quality diabetes care across different settings.

The team delivers a broad range of education to other Health Care Professionals and Structured education to people with Diabetes, including as a DAFNE Centre and delivering X-Pert Health, which you will be involved in. You should have teaching experience and feel comfortable in using these skills.

You must be self-motivating, organised, computer literate and able to demonstrate excellent interpersonal skills with a commitment to advancing Diabetes Care through collaborative working with the multidisciplinary teams and personal development.

The successful applicant will demonstrate excellent communication skills and an ability to work flexibly within a team.

Support towards CPD will be given, including attending external courses and conferences as the service allows.

You must be able to meet the travel requirements of the post.

  • With any enquiries, please contact Julia Morgan-Williams Adult Diabetes Service Lead, on 07812508886 or Julia.morgan-williams@nhs.net 

 




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