Shropshire Community Health NHS Trust is an exciting place to work. It offers a wide range of employment opportunities for many people.
Shropshire Community Health NHS Trust positively encourages applications from all areas of the community, regardless of age, gender, ethnicity, disability, sexual orientation or religious beliefs. We are committed to ensuring people who work for the community trust have a good working life - and a good work life/home life balance.
Shropshire Community Health NHS Trust values your application and we are committed to making your recruitment experience as enjoyable as possible. If you hold a clinical professional registration, you may be contacted by the Recruitment Team following your interview as we would like to use your application for other suitable roles in various locations across the Trust.
Receiving GOOD across all areas in our 2019 CQC inspection is a reflection of how we, at Shropshire Community Health Trust, live our values to ensure we deliver the best possible care for our patients and the best working environment for our staff. If you can identify with our values and are passionate about delivering high quality services to children, young people and their families we would love to hear from you.
The Children’s Community Services Manager will be responsible for the Children’s Community Nursing team, the Immunisation and Vaccination team, Special Schools - School Nurses and the Paediatric Diabetes Nursing team. The successful candidate will provide leadership, management and clinical oversight for all these teams. There are close working relationships internally with the other services within the Children, Young People and Families Service Delivery Group in particular the Children’s Psychology service. Further close working relationships are essential with other professionals internally and externally also with partner organisations and commissioners to develop services in line with evidence based practice and STP aspirations.
The Immunisation and Vaccination team have been successfully awarded an expanded contract through a recent tender process and therefore the post holder will be joining at a time of innovative change and enhanced service delivery. The Paediatric Diabetes Nursing team work within an MDT approach to achieve best practice standards. The Children’s Community Nurses and Special Schools Nurses work closely together to innovate and deliver a holistic child centred approach.
We are proud of our services and would love to work with you, if you are looking for a fresh challenge and feel you have the skills we are looking for.
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Staff who are new to the NHS will normally start on the bottom increment of the payscale advertised. From 1st April 2019 new starters to the NHS or those promoted to a new role will be subject to pay progression arrangements as contained in Annex 23 of Agenda for Change Terms and Conditions.
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