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Lead Advanced Clinical Practitioner

  • Job Type: Full Time
  • Profession: Nursing
  • Location: Northampton
  • Salary: £58,000 - £62,000 plus package and benefits

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Ready for a new challenge implementing physical health excellence across our services?

Location: Northampton
Salary: £58,000 - £62,000                   
Hours: Full-time

Are you a Nurse, Paramedic or other Allied Health Professional looking for a new challenge? Have you ever considered applying your knowledge and experience in a different health care setting? If the answer is yes then an exciting new challenge awaits you at St Andrew’s Healthcare.

You can achieve more at St Andrew’s Healthcare

We are St Andrew’s. We are a thriving charity, and our vision is a society in which everyone living with mental health need is heard, valued and has hope for their future.

We help people to overcome barriers, and we work tirelessly to help people in our care to find hope.

Are you full of curiosity and ideas? Are you inspired to do the right thing every day, living by our CARE values of Compassion, Accountability, Respect and Excellence?

Then come join us. Let’s transform lives together.

The Role

We are looking for an experienced, professional and dynamic Advanced Clinical Practitioner to lead and co-ordinate the development of a high quality physical healthcare service across the organisation. The successful applicant will be a team player who enjoys working at the top of their clinical competency and recognises the value of education, support and development within the work place.

Whilst mental health experience would be preferable, we would welcome applications from registered healthcare professionals currently not working within mental health services who have transferable skills to support our agenda.

The successful candidate will have responsibility for the operational line management of a clinical team on the Northampton site including the day to day operation of that team. Professional support will be extended to that team and to physical healthcare staff working at our Birmingham and Essex locations.  The successful candidate will also support the Associate Director of Physical Healthcare in developing a physical health service, promoting parity of esteem between physical and mental health through the implementation of high quality healthcare across the charity. We plan to bridge health inequality for our patients by:

 

  • Preventing unnecessary admissions to local acute hospitals
  • Providing a safe resuscitation service
  • Reducing the risks caused by psychotropic medication
  • Increasing access to national health screening programmes
  • Improving our management of long term conditions

There’s no doubt that this is a demanding role working in a very fast paced environment, however for the right individual, this would be a very rewarding role and one which you could really make your own.

Reward

We offer an excellent benefits package including pension, 38 days holiday, sickness policy on par with NHS, life cover, car lease scheme, cycle to work scheme and opportunities for continuing professional development.

For an informal discussion about this opportunity, please contact Martin O’Dowd on 01604 616429 or James Farrelly recruitment@stah.org

Interested?

We would love you to apply!