Intellectual Disability Nurse, Kildare/Kilkenny

Kildare
CPL Healthcare € 47389.0 - 47389.0 Per year Full time Save This Job
Pay
€ 47389.0 - 47389.0 Per year
Hours
Full time
Type
Permanent
Job level
Qualified (non-manager)
Posted
13 Sep 2022
Closes
10 Mar 2023

Job Description

Intellectual Disability Sector Nurse, Kildare or Kilkenny

Salary €47389, Permanent, full time

 

The Nurse will:
• Provide direction support and advice to community staff teams in relation to the behavioural support and/or health and clinical care needs of residents and service users as assigned.
• To design and roll out plans, interventions, and techniques to address support needs for Community members
• Support and advise communities and staff teams with regard to risk assessments risk management strategies as required.
• Attend communities regularly to observe practice, review files, direct and review Community Members support plans
• As requested collaborate with the residents /their family and staff teams and other multi -disciplinary bodies to facilitate the development and review of personal plans / Support Plans /transition plans
• To develop, deliver and/ or source training supports for community staff teams
• To engage in regular review processes to ensure the needs of community members are being met
• Contribute to the development and rollout of standardised procedures, and practice improvement programmes
Registered Nurse JD 2022
• Support and contribute to the development of a culture of learning and development
• Participate in meetings, working groups and committees as requested
• Observe, report, and take appropriate action on any matter which may be detrimental to residents / client care or well-being or inhibit the efficient operation of the community.
• Maintain appropriate and accurate written records and reports regarding residents / client care in accordance with organisational policy and procedures, and statutory and regulatory requirements.
• Participate and contribute to innovation and change in the approach to residents/client care delivery, and contribute to service planning process, based on best practice and under the direction of clinical management.
• Ensure that all healthcare & clinical practices are carried out, using evidence-based approach, to a high standard in a safe environment maintaining the confidentiality and dignity of the residents / client at all times.
• Promote a positive health concept with residents and colleagues and contribute to the health promotion initiatives with the Health Service Executive.
• Undertake such training as is required to maintain and improve personal & professional competencies required to meet the role function
• Conduct incident reviews and make preventative action recommendations to the Head of Services
Planning & Delivery
• Responsible for the planning, organisation, facilitation, and implementation of Support Plans for Community Members
• Develop training, learning objectives, competency statements and assessment tools ensuring compliance with national policy and procedures and regulatory requirements in collaboration with HR and training functions of the organisation
• Responsible for delivering clinical training programmes, such as: Medication Management Training, Positive Behaviour Supports, and other specified areas driven by the needs of service provision.
• Deliver clinical support in a comprehensive manner in line with evidence-based practice.
• Keep abreast of developments in legislation and good practice and update training programmes accordingly.
• Co-ordinate and assist with clinical risk assessment
Practice Development
• Review and evaluate policies, plans and interventions on a regular basis
• Use all available reporting mechanisms and audit findings to review and improve programmes in collaboration with the Operations Team and Quality and Safety Committee
• Plan and meet the learning needs of participants who require re-training due to errors in the clinical setting or lapse in practice, providing advice and feed back to both the participants and their managers as appropriate
• Assess participants on their ability to perform clinical skills in a service/clinical environment in line with organisational National Policy and Procedures
• Give constructive feedback to participants on their performance during practice and assessment
• Provide advice and information to both the participants and their managers about the procedures to follow when the participant is unsuccessful, or if further specific training needs are identified at time of assessment
• Organise re-training or referral to relevant clinical education staff where participants have not achieved competence

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Ref: JO-1811-420087_40

Job Details

Intellectual Disability Nurse, Kildare/Kilkenny

Kildared CPL Healthcare
Pay
€ 47389.0 - 47389.0 Per year
Job level
Qualified (non-manager)
Hours
Full time
Posted
13 Sep 2022
Type
Permanent
Closes
10 Mar 2023

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