Senior Staff Nurse vacancy

Job details

Job number:
PPG00715
Location:
HMP Wakefield
Address:
Health in Justice
Love Lane
Wakefield
West Yorkshire
WF2 9AG
Contract type:
Permanent
Closing date:
Tuesday, June 22, 2021 - 23:59
Salary:
£39,780.00 / Year

Break in to prison healthcare..

Are you looking to work for a company that offers support and development opportunities? If so, then this could be the role for you!

Prison Healthcare Services within HMP Wakefield deliver healthcare services by Practice Plus Group. As the major independent sector provider of prison health services, there is a strong emphasis on partnership working between all the stakeholder organisations.

HMP Wakefield is a Cat A men's prison located in Wakefield, West Yorkshire.

About the role...

As a Senior Nurse you will work as part of an integrated healthcare team, utilizing your clinical expertise, decision making and problem solving skills to provide skilled and evidence based nursing care for patients in the prison.

You will work within your scope of practice, in accordance with Practice Plus Group and prison service policies and procedures in line with the NMC Code of professional conduct, performance and ethics for nurses and midwives.

What do we need from you so you can do the role?

You will need to be registered with the NMC and be able to demonstrate professional development.

Experience within a primary care environment is beneficial and experience within a secure environment will also be a bonus

Benefits...

We offer a variety of benefits including:

Training and development opportunities
Company contributory pension scheme
25 days annual leave plus 8 bank holidays
Staff well-being
Access to bank hours CPD and re-validation support

About us..

Practice Plus Group is the Health in Justice Market leader, providing healthcare services to over 30,000 offenders in over 40 prisons across the country.

Our model of care is our Wellbeing Approach – an integrated, comprehensive approach in recognition of the fact prisoners are a socially excluded group with healthcare needs which are complex and often associated with poor outcomes.

It adopts the premise no single health/wellbeing factor can be taken in isolation of other motivational issues which might impact a person’s care.

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