24 hours available to include alternate weekends. £23ph weekdays/£23.50ph weekends
As a Nurse, you will work as part of a team to provide the best care for the people living in our homes and be a part of the next chapter in their story.
You will get to know them and what matters the most to them so you can support them in the best way possible, recognising their individual choice.
You will lead and co-ordinate the care and support team working within the home whilst running the shift; mentoring, supporting and managing the team to provide the very best person-centred care.
You will be responsible working with the team for the safety and wellbeing of the people living, working and visiting the home.
With the help of the team in the home, you will be committed to ensuring the delivery of quality care; assess, plan and implement clinical care; administer medication and treatments; champion wellbeing including physical, emotional and social needs, ensure a person-centred care planning process, maintain CQC compliance, best practice and safeguarding standards and update and maintain automated care plans and medication charts (Person Centred Software and eMAR)
You will support people with daily living routines including personal care, offer emotional support, encourage social activities within the home and update electronic care plans and risk assessments (from pre-admission onwards) and ever-changing needs of individuals.
Every day is different and hard work is required, but each day, you will go home knowing you have made a difference to their lives.
What you need most of all is a desire to help, kindness and to enjoy making someone’s day that little bit easier.
What you’ll need
- Valid NMC registration with a current NMC Pin
- Ideally 12 months post registration experience, competent in all basic RN procedures
- To demonstrate knowledge of person-centred care, CQC care practices, nursing theory and best practice
- A caring, kind and genuine passion to deliver exceptional standard of care for people with a professional approach
- Leadership experience to engage and support our team
- To possess excellent communication skills to enable concise meaningful and compassionate communication with colleagues, customers and their families
- A flexible, collaborative ‘can do’ approach with strong work ethics, able to work cohesively with a multi-disciplined team and engage with new ideas
We can offer you
- Full company induction and training to get you started and confident in the role
- Ongoing training and support thereafter including revalidation
- Support from the Registered Manager and the Senior Management Team
- Free DBS check
- Company Pension
- Free meals provided when working long shifts
- Short or long shifts
- Access to Peninsula Care Homes Mental Health First Aider
- Access to an external Confidential Care helpline for you and your family members
- Access to Peninsula Care Home’s ‘Whycare?’ app
- Access to Peninsula Care Home’s ‘Refer a Friend’ scheme
- Ample PPE to support safe working
- One of the most rewarding jobs
To find out more please contact us on 01392 346442.
Does the job role include personal care?: Yes
Nursing / Midwifery, Nursing home
Bramble Down Nursing Home, Peninsula Care Homes Providing exceptional care
Type of organisationPrivate
SectorHealth and social care
At Peninsula Care Homes, it’s our CARE (Committed, Ambition, Responsible, Embracing) values that make us different and a very special company to work for.
We are a family run business, and not only do we provide a home from home environment filled with laugher and love for the people living in our homes, but we also recognise all that our staff do to support each day. We invest in our staff to enable them to reach their career aspirations and celebrate success, so they love what they do.
Bramble Down is a peaceful nursing home, registered for 32 people on the edge of a quiet South Devon village and we are looking for more kind and caring people to join our team.