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We have an exciting opportunity for a Trainee Nurse/Paramedic Emergency Care Practitioner to join our Swale based Minor Injuries unit, working across Sittingbourne and Sheppey Hospital.

You will work with a supernumerary status throughout your training period to allow for optimal development time and we will work with you to support you into a Band 6 post.

Ideally you will have 2 years post registration experience within Urgent/Emergency care and you will work under the supervision of a Nurse Practitioner/Emergency Care/Paramedic Practitioner.

This role consists of a mixture of clinical and directed learning following completion of the course, OCSE'S will be held. Successful completion of the course will require the expected pass mark to be obtained.

We are happy to consider full time or part time.

You will develop the skills and knowledge to work as an autonomous practitioner in undertaking comprehensive assessment of patients attending with minor injuries and illness, enabling... them to make a sound clinical diagnosis , request relevant investigations and therefore provide appropriate and accurate evidence based management plan of their patients.

Here at KCHFT we are constantly working to improve the lives of our staff and our patients. We care for you so you can care for your patients.

Our “We Care” strategy means that our ambitions are to put our communities first, deliver a better patient experience and importantly, be a great place to work for all of our workforce.

At our “Outstanding” rated trust more than half of our workforce work flexibly, including compressed hours and term time only. More than 70% of our workforce feel we take positive action on health and wellbeing, and we aim to improve this. We are proud to say that we consistently score above the national average in our staff survey results, particularly for our focus on the well-being of our workforce.

And with the forward NHS vision being based on community care, there has never been a better time to join us.

Additional Working Pattern: 37.5

Rated ‘outstanding’ by the CQC, we’ve got a passion for delivering high standards of patient care and excellent services to improve the health of our communities. To do this we need outstanding people who share our values Compassionate Aspirational Responsive Excellent

We know a commitment to equity, diversity and inclusion leads to better patient care and a happier workforce. We pride ourselves in being diverse and welcome applications from people with varied backgrounds, perspectives and experiences

We ask for information about your protected characteristics on our application forms. This isn’t visible to anyone involved with shortlisting or interviewing you, except when you choose to be considered under the guaranteed interview scheme due to disability. Short listers will see two ticks alongside your application to ensure they apply the principles of the scheme to your submission

The data we collect helps us to ensure we are attracting diversity in our applicants, that all our colleagues have equitable access to career opportunities and supports us on our journey to being a Great Place to Work

As a flexible working friendly organisation, we want you to be able to work in a way that is best for us, for our patients and for you. Talk to us about a flexible working arrangement that won’t involve sacrificing time for personal interests or family commitments. We’ll support you to work flexibly in a way that will suits us both

See where you can go with KCHFT career pathways

For further details / informal visits contact: Name: Fiona Whiskin Job title: admin manager Email address: [email protected]
Sittingbourne UK

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