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Community Advanced Practitioner (AHP/Nursing)

NHS AfC Band 8a

Main area
Crisis Response - Manchester Local Care Organisation
Grade
NHS AfC Band 8a
Contract
Permanent
Hours
37.5 hours per week
Job ref
349-CM071AHP-18
Site
Wythenshawe Community
Town
Manchester
Salary
£42,414 - £49,969 p.a.
Closing
27/11/2018 23:59

We are Manchester Local Care Organisation - an exciting, new public sector organisation that is bringing together NHS community health services and social care services in the city. We’re driven by the aim of improving the health of local people in Manchester by working across organisational boundaries.

The first health and social care staff have been deployed to us from April 2018 and are now starting to work in new ways across the city. Our teams work as one in the neighbourhoods they serve – delivering and designing services in partnership with local people. We also provide key services that work across wider localities and city-wide. We believe that our pioneering approach will make a massive difference to the health of people in our city and we are looking for you to join our team and help us do this.

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Do you want your Advanced Practitioner skillset to ‘really’ make a difference? Then join our Crisis team which is part of our new Manchester Community Response Service, for a great career move!

We are looking for Band 8a Advanced Practitioners (AHP or Nursing)  to join  a  dynamic developing team who will provide a quality  Crisis Response service across South Manchester.

As an Advanced Practitioner, this is an exciting time to be part of our developing and progressive working environment which will deal with community escalations on a daily basis, and where your clinical skillset will contribute to local residents remaining in their own homes and preventing unnecessary A&E attendances.

Our Crisis Response Service operates as a clinically led multi-disciplinary integrated team comprising of Advanced Practitioners, occupational therapists, physiotherapists, nurses, assistant practitioners, pharmacists and social care colleagues.

The Service operates over  7 days a week , covering extended hours (08:30 - 22:00) providing urgent and timely response to referrals from the ambulance service, acute or primary care and other health or social care professionals. From this a rapid assessment and community intervention for up to 72 hours will support adults ‘in crisis’ with health or social care needs, at home.

As well as bringing your clinical expertise, you will be a champion of integrated community care. You will be a strong team player, an excellent communicator, adaptable, committed, well organised and work well under pressure. You must be able to travel around various community locations delivering care.

You must be motivated, enthusiastic and have proven experience of working as an autonomous practitioner. Applicants must have, or be working towards the following essential qualifications:

  • MSc in Advanced / Clinical Practice
  • Hold a relevant professional health degree (nursing or AHP)
  • Evidence of recent CPD
  • Current registration with NMC, HCPC
  • NMP V300 (or working towards it)

 

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Applicant requirements

You must have appropriate UK professional registration.

This post is subject to the Rehabilitation of Offenders Act (Exceptions Order) 1975 and it will be necessary for a submission for Disclosure to be made to the Disclosure and Barring Service.

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Further details / informal visits contact

 Vicky Isaac, Service Lead, Manchester Community Response . Email: vicky.isaac@mft.nhs.uk  Tel: 07977 986164

 

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Telephone
0161 291 5989