The Trust is currently under-represented in terms of individuals from BME backgrounds and welcomes applicants from these communities. DCHS is also an LGBT inclusive employer. Selection will be on a basis of merit. The Trust has achieved the status of a Disability Confident Leader and guarantees to invite to assessment applicants who meet the criteria for the job vacancy. To ensure the diversity of the workforce and understand the differing needs of our communities, the Trust is committed to the principles of Positive Action.
This service operates 365 days of the year.
2 year post qualification experience is required. Must hold either NVQ3 or National Dental Nursing Qualification.
Must have excellent communication, organisational skills and be able to deal with challenging situations and have a flexible approach to hours and shift cover.
AFC Band 3 or Band 4, dependant on recognised dental nursing post qualification.
The post holder will be required to work the following hours on a four week, rolling rota.
Week 1 Friday 18.00--21.30
Week 2 Monday 18.00--21.30, Thursday 18.00--21.30
Week 3 Friday 18.00--21.30
Week 4 Monday 18.00--21.30, Tuesday 18.00---21.30
These hours may differ on a bank holiday
We would also like to invite you to come for an informal visit to discuss the rota and shift times and meet the team.
As a clinical employee it will be your responsibility to ensure that your behaviour and values reflect those set out in the DCHS Way.
You will need to effectively engage with your patients, peer groups, and service users in all elements of your role, leading by example and promoting a supportive and caring culture. This will require an inclusive, transparent and open approach to your role, whereby you are happy to be accountable to others and to go that extra mile when required.
You will be passionate about our business, creating a culture of continuous improvement, where patient welfare is at the heart of all you do.
As a key person in the directorate you will act as a role model, be inspirational, dynamic and a courageous individual.
For further details / informal visits contact:
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Derbyshire Community Health Services NHS Foundation Trust (DCHS) is one of the largest providers of specialist community healthcare in England and we currently employ around 4,500 staff. We deliver a variety of services across Derbyshire, caring for nearly 1.8 million patients each year.
We deliver patient care through 11 community hospitals, 4 minor injury units, 29 health centres and a learning disability centre. Another key part of our service is out in the community where we care for people in their own homes via therapists, health visitors and district nurses, and promoting public health in the wider community. As a Trust we care for patients of all ages with a special focus on the needs of elderly people and the very young.
DCHS has been recognised as a top 10 NHS organisation to work for in the UK by the Health Service Journal and NHS Employers in their Best Places to Work 2015 campaign. The Trust is also the runner-up in the category for the best NHS community trust employer.
Our vision “to be the best provider of local healthcare and to be a great place to work”
1) To get the basics right
2) To act with compassion and respect
3) To make a difference
4) To value and develop teamwork
5) To value everyone’s contribution because everyone matters
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This post is subject to the Rehabilitation of Offenders Act (Exceptions Order) 1975 and as such it will be necessary for a submission for Disclosure to be made to the Disclosure and Barring Service (formerly known as CRB) to check for any previous criminal convictions.
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