The company: This is an opportunity to join the world's leading supplier of intimate healthcare products and services operating across Ostomy Care, Continence Care, Urology Care and Wound and Skin Care markets. The business is a global organisation developing and marketing products to hospitals, primary care, wholesalers and retailers as well as directly to consumers (homecare). With a strong record of product and service innovation they work in close partnership with the NHS and healthcare professionals to support and drive the best clinical solutions and services to patients. Pursuing an ambitious growth agenda, they develop and market products and services that make life easier for people with very private and personal medical conditions.
The position: This is an exciting new opportunity to work as a Tissue Viability project Lead. My client is developing a new service model within a Primary Care setting. They are looking to recruit a highly skilled Tissue Viability Nurse to work within a transformational project. The successful role holder will be part of a team creating a nursing service dedicated to delivering excellence in clinical care, consultancy, education and audit.
Why should you apply?
- They offer great career opportunities plus an excellent benefits package, plus continued investment (more than 3 times the UK average) into learning and development programmes.
- In the UK they are in the "100 Best Companies to Work For".
- They are constantly growing their business and always looking for new ways to move forward - they explore, learn and look for new ways of doing things.
Basic Salary: Competitive
Area Working: Hartlepool & Stockton on Tees
Product / Service: Wound care - Tissue viability
In this role you will build relationships with both local Primary Care Networks and GP Federations. You will undertake audits, deliver education and will coach other health care professionals along with carrying a clinical caseload. This role will report into a Clinical Nurse Manager but will also have a dotted line report, from a governance perspective, into the Primary Care area he/she is working in. This role supports a specified area, and anyone applying must live in a reasonable travel distance to the area.