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Stoma Care Nurse - Stoma Care - Buckinghamshire F/T or P/T

Company: Evolve Selection
Location:
Reference: 5321
Closing Date: 16 Dec 16
Type: Permanent
Salary (£): Competitive
Benefits:

Job Summary:

If you are looking to work in an innovative and tenacious environment as a Stoma Care Nurse across Buckinghamshire, then this position may be for you. In this role, you will deliver high quality, evidence-based care to all patients with colorectal disease who require surgery and who have or may require the formation of a stoma, within both the hospital and the community setting.

Requirements:

Evolve Selection have been instructed to recruit for a dynamic and market leading medical devices company within the Stoma Care market. If you are looking to work in an innovative and tenacious environment as a Stoma Care Nurse across Buckinghamshire, then this position may be for you. In this role, you will deliver high quality, evidence-based care to all patients with colorectal disease who require surgery and who have or may require the formation of a stoma, within both the hospital and the community setting. 

Essential Requirements: 
Must be NMC Registered 
Registered Nurse Qualification
Proven experience within Stoma or Colorectal care
Excellent communication skills, good networker and rapport builder
Ability to interrogate data and formulate advice, plans of action and reports
Confidence to present a positive image of self and the Company
Able to provide expert advice and education for all staff within the hospital and community.
To be responsible for reviewing, auditing and improving the quality of care delivered.
Ability to plan, implement and manage own time effectively
Determination to progress professionally in Stoma/Colorectal nursing
A current driving licence with no more than 6 points.

Role Responsibilities:
Be proactive in implementing Clinical Services strategy within their local area
Develop Partnerships with GP Consortia/SLA with the goal of becoming the ‘named stoma nurse’ for each Consortia by virtue of a Local Service Agreement
Responsive to GPs needs in terms of monitoring prescription costs
Understanding of Clinical Governance Agenda
Plan and attend regular meetings with key opinion leaders within the Primary sector
Monitor and risk assess threats to Service from Competitor Activity
Meet Nurse Manager quarterly to update on progress with Strategy Clinical caseload limited to community clinics and GP review
Provide clinical cover for monthly community stoma clinics and as required for GP consortia/review.
Evaluate and discuss standards of care with the team.
Act as an expert resource in stoma care
Liaise with appropriate hospital staff and community teams to facilitate the provision of high quality care and a seamless service to all patients with a stoma
Maintain accurate records in accordance with current best practice
Establish and maintain good working relationships with the multidisciplinary team and key opinion leaders
Act as an expert resource for nursing staff involved in the care of patients with stomas/ colorectal disease, 
Be aware of current initiatives, research and development in the field of colorectal and stoma care nursing
Identify own educational needs in relation to the role and set objectives with manager(s) accordingly
Maintain the standards set by the NMC for continued effective registration, 
Act within the boundaries of the Code of Conduct and Scope of Professional Practice, as defined by the Nursing & Midwifery Council (NMC) 
Participate in research initiatives applicable to the service
Provide clinical leadership and direction in colorectal/stoma care with the multidisciplinary team
Monitor standards and participate in audit as a means of quality assurance and continuous improvement
Participate in the service review process and data and reports as required 
Maintain a flexible approach and develop the role in accordance with the requirements of the service
Participate in planning, implementing and evaluating the strategic objectives of the colorectal and stoma services
Be conversant with statutory training requirements and to attend update sessions as required
Maintain a safe clinical environment for patients within the bounds of responsibility
Be aware of the budgetary constraints
Have a sound understanding of the broad business and organisation objectives
Carry out the responsibilities with due regard to equal opportunities policy
Act in accordance with the requirements of the Data Protection Act and patient confidentiality

Role Specific Competencies:
Excellent communication and interpersonal skills
Flexible to meet patient and service needs
Commercial awareness
Dynamic and forward thinking
Able to influence others 
Ability to work autonomously
Self-accountability/motivation
Innovation, Tenacity, Drive to ensure success
Self-motivation, persuasiveness and competitiveness 

Recruitment Process:
2 stage process

Package:
Competitive Salary depending on experience + benefits.

Evolve Selection is a leading UK recruitment and contract sales organisation (CSO), operating within the Pharmaceutical, Healthcare and Medical Device sectors. We offer a highly comprehensive range of permanent recruitment and flexible contract sales solutions. Please do not hesitate to get in contact with us on 0113 457 0777.

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