A specialist night nursing service is required for a 12-month old baby who has a tracheostomy and is PEG fed.
The nurse will work with translation services, as the parents do not speak English.
Location: Boyle, Roscommon
Type of contract: Full- or part-time
Hours of work: Night & Day Shifts Available
As a Nurse caring for CHILDREN with complex care needs, you should:
- have current NMBI registration;
- be an RCN or RGN with clear evidence of experience in care of complex paediatrics, including knowledge and experience in the care of a child with a tracheostomy;
- have a minimum of 1 year's post-qualification experience;
- display the competence, confidence and commitment to work as part of the Advanced Community Care team;
Previous community care experience – such as one-to-one care in the home – is an advantage.
- assess and deliver nursing care based on the assessed needs of your client and according to their agreed Care Plan;
- carry out your nursing role according to the Code of Professional Conduct and Ethics for Registered Nurses;
- comply with evidence-based practice while maintaining and developing your own, personal, professional competence;
- promote and participate in dialogue between clients, families, HSE and other relevant MDT representatives;
- receive and share complex clinical information – based on the client's clinical condition and the interventions used and forming the basis of your client's care plan;
- complete accurate and professional clinical notes.
Resilience is at the forefront of change in Irish healthcare – the shifting emphasis from hospital care to specialised community care.
Tap into the one-to-one aspect of nursing that takes you right to the heart of families in need.
You get the support and fully funded training that comes with being a part of a highly-skilled team.
Flexible Roles – Job security of a perm full time role, or just extra shifts.