We are looking to recruit a Health Visitor to join our highly motivated, friendly and enthusiastic HV team. This is an exciting opportunity to share your current skills, knowledge and leadership qualities and we welcome all applicants, experienced or newly qualified.
The Airdrie Health Visiting Team strives to deliver an excellent service to Children, and their families living in our Community in line with the National Universal Heath Visiting Pathway, utilising the GIRFEC national approach and working in close collaboration with a range of multiagency and third sector partners.
As a Health Visitor working in NHS Lanarkshire you will receive regular management and child protection supervision, with access to excellent internal training.
You must be a registered SCPHN (Health Visiting) with current NMC registration.
If you have the qualities we are looking for, share our values and feel excited by the prospect of what we can do for your career then we would love to hear from you.
Have you always wanted to work with NHS Lanarkshire? Then this might be the opportunity for you to join Team Lanarkshire!
Here at NHS Lanarkshire, we put the patient at the heart of everything we do. Each colleague within the organisation plays a key role in how we deliver our healthcare services.
We proudly serve a population of 655,000 across rural and urban communities in in both North and South Lanarkshire. NHS Lanarkshire is comprised of Acute Services (which currently provide hospital based services over 3 main sites), Corporate & Property & Support Services, North and South Lanarkshire Health and Social Care Partnerships which provide integrated primary healthcare and social care services to local communities and surrounding areas.
What we'll need you to bringRegistered General Nurse with post registration practice experience.Registered Health Visitor/Specialist Practitioner Qualification in Public Health Nursing/Health Visiting.Educated to or operating at Masters Level.Evidence of personal contribution and leading of service planning and redesign projects.Evidence of personal contribution and leading of service planning and redesign projects.Effective listening, communication and interpersonal skills.Evidence of clinical leadership.Experience or interest in Clinical Supervision.Experience or interest in quality improvement.Working knowledge of MIDIS and other IT systemsPost registration qualification in Health Visiting/Public Health Nursing and be registered on Part 3 of the NMC registerA full UK/EA/EEA drivers licence and access to own vehicle.
Location and Working Pattern
This role will be based in the Public Health Team within Airdrie Health Centre.
The working pattern for this role is Monday to Friday 9am -5pm
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