College Associate Nurse Job
Founded in 1984, this Independent College in Kent is a day and boarding school offering a distinctive alternative to both traditional independent education and the highly selective grammar’ schools.
The role of the College Associate Nurse is to manage a health programme for the assessment, evaluation, maintenance, and improvement of the health of students. The Associate Nurse will assist in removing or modifying health related barriers to learning in individual students and will help to promote the prevention of illness and disability as well as early detection and correction of health problems.
Qualification Requirements: Associate Nursing Qualification and Registered with the NMC.
To provide confidential health advice to individual students,
To assess students who arrive in the Medical room. Triage students and arrange for appropriate follow up care.
To visit students in their room if they are unable to attend the Medical Room in line with college policies,
To liaise with the Boarding Team regarding any students signed out of college to ensure continuous care throughout the day,
To advise, manage and isolate students appropriately who may have an infectious disease in line with the most current guidance.
To manage the Medical bays within the college site,
Keeping account of stock and reordering as required within a budget,
To liaise with all stakeholders involved in a student's care within the college and their home life.
To assist in promoting a students holistic wellbeing,
Work in line with college policies including but not limited to Safeguarding and Child Protection, Health and Safety, Risk Management and Equality and Diversity
Adhere to the Staff Handbook and Code of Conduct,
Be required to carry out reasonable additional duties to be determined by the College Principal
Participate in the College's Staff Appraisal Scheme as required and attend training and development as appropriate to the role
To be courteous to stakeholders and to provide a welcoming environment for all visitors to the College
Treat students with dignity, building relationships rooted in mutual respect;
Have regard for the need to safeguard students’ well-being;
*A full job description can be sent over upon request*
Free breakfasts and lunches on workdays during term time,
Free access to Health Assured Employee Assistance Programme,
Auto enrolment into the SMART pension scheme,
Once a year nominate a day to use as you wish,
College community social events including theatre trips, quiz nights and parties,
Income protection after 24 months’ service
Hours: Monday to Friday 8.00am - 4.00pm (with a 30 minute unpaid lunch break). Please note that a flexible approach to hours is required.
Pay: £24,000 - £30,000 GPA (DOE)
Responsible Consultant: Kelly B (Kellyb@greycoatlumleys.co.uk)