You will be responsible for the delivery of high-quality health provision and promotion in the organisation with a positive focus to empower those who access services to self-advocate and self-manage their health conditions. You will implement health initiatives and promote safe practice across campus. You will also advocate for the highest standard of care using evidenced based practice.
WESC supports a large number of young people with complex sensory, physical and emotional needs making this a truly unique and rewarding setting. The role is based on so much more than clinical skills and offers a wide range of personal development.
The ideal person will be enthusiastic and will see value in the promotion of an integrated approach to meeting the health needs of young people at WESC Foundation.
The successful candidate will have a passion for their own learning and the teaching of high-quality training to support staff to ensure the delivery of safe, person-centred health care.
The hours of work are as required to cover working shifts, 52 weeks per year. The hourly rate will be £13.88 - £15.00. We offer an on-site subsidised café, free parking, onsite gym and heated swimming pool.
Please complete an application form which you can download from our website http://www.wescfoundation.ac.uk
Applications must reach us no later than 23/06/2020, CV’s will not be accepted.
Please see our guide on completing your application form. This is very important and will help you to improve your chance of being shortlisted for a role with WESC Foundation. We cannot shortlist from an incomplete application form.
For an informal chat about the role or to visit the campus please contact Helen Jenkins, Nurse Manager on 01392 454360 or firstname.lastname@example.org, or Marc Phillips, Director of Care and Support Services on 01392 454284 or email@example.com
Nursing and Midwifery
WESC Foundation WESC is a specialist residential centre in Exeter
Type of organisationCharity
SectorHealth and social care
We provide exceptionally safe care whilst challenging our young people to follow their dreams, pursue their interests and develop skills. All our residents have a degree of visual impairment and other complex needs, but our staff focus on supporting and empowering them to maintain as much independence as possible.
By working with universities and international specialists, we are advancing our knowledge and practice of neuro-science, making us a leading specialist centre for visual impairment.
We are committed to inclusion, increasing independence, achieving results and creating a fun and social place to live and study.