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NB: This vacancy closed to applications on 15/10/2021.

Children’s Diabetes Lead Nurse

Job Reference: 439-NMC-334

Employer:
County Durham and Darlington NHS Foundation Trust
Department:
Paediatrics
Location:
County Durham and Darlington
Salary:
£40,057 to £45,839 Per Annum

We are actively recruiting to vacancies across the Trust. We would like to encourage applicants to apply via NHS Jobs and to inform candidates that interviews will be taking place remotely via video / Microsoft Teams.

We are extremely grateful to all new applicants and our current staff who have made enquiries and referrals to our bank and recruitment team. Thank you for supporting the NHS, your Trust and community during this challenging time.


CDDFT is one of the largest integrated care providers in England. Our 7,000 staff serve a population of around 650,000 people. We’re looking for a motivated and innovative Lead Nurse for Children’s Diabetes Team.   We provide care to around 300 children and young people with Diabetes throughout County Durham. The nursing team consists of five band 6 specialist nurse plus a Health Care assistant, we work as part of a wider MDT diabetes team with Consultants, dietitians, psychology and administrative staff. This post is full time, base is negotiable with a requirement to travel throughout the region.

You will provide specialist clinical advice, care and education to children, young people and their families. You will be required to provide education to ward staff on our two children’s wards as well as education to schools and colleges. You will be required to carry a caseload of families and provide clinical supervision to specialist nurses in the service. You will have a passion for safeguarding vulnerable children and be confident to be an advocate for your patients in safeguarding discussions.

You will be required to effectively manage and develop the diabetes service, working in partnership with the Diabetes Network and other agencies to ensure the provision of evidence based care and seamless pathways for children, young people and their families, You will provide professional and managerial leadership to the Diabetes Team in the delivery of high quality, safe and cost effective care.

We’re looking for someone who is dynamic and driven, is able to work autonomously and above all who is passionate about providing care that is right first time and every time.

If this sounds like you, we’d love to hear from you. For informal enquiries, please contact Natalie Marshall, Matron for Paediatrics & Neonates on 07900 992822 or natalie.marshall6@nhs.net.

Please note this position requires an enhanced DBS.




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