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Derbyshire Healthcare NHS Foundation Trust

Specialist Community Public Health Nurse, School Nursing

Job description

How would you like to provide high-quality care for our young people and future generations?
It is an exciting time for our service as we have introduced The Lancaster Model, to provide us with an evidence-based framework, enabling us to deliver an up-to-date Public Health service, based on local evidence.
You will be supported by a integrated team of exceptional health professionals, all working towards one goal, "to improve the health and wellbeing of the people we serve," in a service that has been awarded as Outstanding by CQC.
Are you someone who aspires to be part of a great, stable service, which is highly regarded as a beacon of national success for its innovative approach?
Look no further!
Derbyshire Healthcare is unable to sponsor international applicants in this role. You can find out more about how you can work in the UK by visiting Work in the UK - GOV.UK (

Main duties of the job

We have an opportunity for a Specialist Community Public Health Nurse - School Nurse who will contribute towards life changing differences for local children, working closely with relatives; carers and the wider educational system.
If you are committed to improving outcomes for children, young people and their families and have strong Leadership Qualities we would like to hear from you.
For this post you will need to be proactive and enthusiastic.
You will be key to assessing health needs of children and young people and families.
You must be dedicated to meeting the diverse needs of children and families in Derby City and have a real commitment to implementing service user feedback to improve services and evidence the difference you are making.
Your role will include safeguarding responsibility and you will work in partnership with colleagues from both statutory and voluntary agencies to actively promote and develop a more integrated 0-19 Public Health System.
You will be based within a multi-disciplinary team in Derby City.
As a Public Health Nurse you will demonstrate good leadership skills, be committed to developing your own practice and that of others.
You must be receptive and responsive to change and be willing to adopt and evaluate different ways of working and leading the development of more integrated systems, processes and practice.

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