Location: Putney, South West London
Salary: £32,597 - £42,994
Description: This outstanding hospital for Neuro-disability is a non-profit medical charity, based in Putney, South West London. They provide both short and long-term specialist services for adults with profound and complex neurological disabilities. Through their services, they seek to enable people with profound neuro-disability to enjoy an optimal quality of life.
The hospital are excited to announce the reopening of their newly refurbished, self-contained, purpose built accommodation for up to eleven young disabled adults needing 24 hour nursing care.
A home-from-home environment specifically tailored to meet the needs of younger adults with complex neurological impairments.
The Putney community provides specialist care, therapies and innovative technology to meet the complex needs of people with profound disabilities.
Their values come from within the organisation and reflect their desire to meet the complex needs of the patients and residents.
Person Specification: We are looking for a Charge Nurse with a passion for providing clinical excellence whilst also nurturing a lively, fun and vibrant environment. You will be part of a close knit team of Nursing and Allied Health Professionals in supporting the residents to lead full and active lives.
How they do what they do is underpinned by the concept of individualised care - ensuring that everything is truly personalised in all areas, running through all that they do.
* Free on-site parking
* Generous staff pension scheme
* Season ticket loan
* Occupational health service which includes a range of wellbeing services
* Access to on site staff accommodation
* Option to join a health insurance scheme administered by HSF at preferential rates.
* DSE/eyesight tests and cover
* Cycle to work scheme
* Great work-life balance
* Subsidised canteen
* Virgin Health Discounts and onsite Yoga
* Opportunity to undertake the Putney Nurse Programme which entails training of "Management of Patients who have Highly Complex Neurological Disorders Programme"