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College Nurse – RGN, RLDN/RN - Lufton College

Job ref:

RGN-LUFTON

Closing date:

10 September 2020

Position: College Nurse / Learning Disability Nurse –RGN, RLDN/RN

 

Location: Lufton College, Yeovil, Somerset, BA22 8ST

 

Full Time - 20 hours per week can be flexible with school hours options

 

Salary £29,171 to £33,222 pro-rota FTE

 

 

Cambian Group, the UK’s largest provider of specialist services in education, mental health rehabilitation, and learning disabilities, is looking for a dedicated, caring individual to join the company as a Learning Disability Nurse.

 

Could you be what we are looking for? Do you enjoy working with children and young people? Do you have experience of working in a residential or education setting with Special Needs? Would you enjoy working in a busy school who are dedicated in improving the health needs of children and young people?

 

If so we would like to hear from you!

 

 

Cambian Lufton College provides specialist further education services in the South West, offering day and 38-week residential placements (with options to extend to 52 weeks) for young people aged 16 to 25 with a learning disability and complex needs.

 

 

Job Role

 

We have an exciting opportunity for a Learning Disability Nurse to join our onsite Multi-Disciplinary Team as a College Nurse working collaboratively with other registered professions including: Occupational Therapy, Physiotherapy, Speech and Language Therapy, Psychology, Psychiatry, and Art therapy and working alongside Education and Care staff to provide integrated care of the highest standard in a specialist mixed gender residential 38-52 week College, for students aged 16-25 on the Autistic Spectrum.

 

The College Nurse is an integral part of the young person’s educational journey, ensuring that all aspects of their physical health needs are met to the highest standard, in collaboration with external General Practitioners, Paediatricians, and other health care professionals. The role includes writing reports, attending reviews, implementing evidenced-based care plans, medication management, delivery of workshops for best practices, face to face support and advocating for the students and liaising with families, professionals and Local Authorities.

 

 

Candidate Profile

 

Essential:

Candidates for this position should be RGN/RLDN/RNC qualified with a current NMC PIN number.

 

You should have a strong understanding of Asperger’s and Autism and have experience of working with these conditions.

 

Working knowledge of physical health conditions, including Epilepsy, Diabetes, Anaphylaxis.

 

Knowledge around Safeguarding and keeping others safe.

 

Excellent understanding of safe and effective medication management within children’s homes/schools.

 

Ability to communicate clearly to others using a variety of platforms including nonverbal communication

 

Experience in working/promoting therapeutic relationships with children and Young People

 

Working autonomously within a residential/ward environment.

 

 

Desirable:

 

Experience of communicating clearly to others using a variety of platforms including nonverbal communication.

 

Experience of engaging successfully with children or young adults (in particular those with special needs) in some capacity.

 

Ability to be flexible with hours, required to assist with the effective quality of care in the school.

 

 

In return we offer:

 

  • Full support from a multidisciplinary team
  • Regular clinical supervision
  • Developmental opportunities
  • Research opportunities & support
  • Internal/external training on new initiatives
  • 25 days annual leave plus bank holidays (with increments for length of service included)

 

Full induction training is given. You will also learn from some of the most dedicated and inspirational people in our profession and just like our young people you will be learning all the time through our ongoing mentoring and support.

 

Successful candidates will have to meet the person specification in order to be offered this post and will be subject to an enhanced CRB check.

 

 

Cambian is an equal opportunities employer.

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Achieve your personal best at Cambian

Careers at Cambian are rewarding, challenging and satisfying. Join our team of passionate, caring professionals as we make a significant difference to the lives of some of the most vulnerable children and young adults in the UK.

 

Everyone has a personal best. Together we can find it.

 

We believe that every single person in our care has a personal best, and we are committed to helping them achieve it. Join us, and we'll show the same commitment to helping you achieve your personal best in your career.

 

About Cambian

 

We are one of the UK's largest providers of specialist education and behavioural health services for children. We care for almost 2,000 children and young people from over 200 locations across the UK, and employ more than 4,000 committed, caring people.