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Regional Dementia Nurse Specialist at Barchester Healthcare

Regional Dementia Nurse Specialist

Barchester Healthcare Exeter, Devon Full-Time
Up to £45,000 per annum
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With over 25 years’ experience, nearly 240 care homes, and six independent hospitals, Barchester is one of the UK’s foremost care providers. Our phenomenal dementia care team work tirelessly to review and support the performance of every home to achieve exceptional quality care for every resident. We have a rare opportunity for a nurse with a specialism in dementia care and a passion for excellence to join our national team as a Dementia Nurse Specialist. In this vital role, you will support our memory lane communities, as well as any other home or hospital that requires a specialist dementia intervention.

• A competitive package, including car allowance and discretionary bonus
• The opportunity to work for a great provider with exciting growth
• Fantastic training and development opportunities
• Being part of a highly respected team
• RN with a current NMC PIN
• Post Registration clinical experience of working with people with dementia over the last 5 years
• Evidence of continuing professional development in the field of dementia care
• Understanding of the current regulatory framework
• Understanding of ethical and legal issues surrounding dementia care
• Coaching and mentorship experience
• Full UK driving licence
• Review the clinical performance of each home, identifying strategies to ensure regulatory compliance and sustainability in relation to dementia care provision
• Conduct robust quality assurance visits, and follow up with agreed action plans
• Analyse the clinical governance database to inform clinical improvement plans.
• Support the home to meet all regulatory and statutory requirements including dementia specific training
• Ensure that all residents are treated with dignity, and additional psychological and emotional support is provided where appropriate
• Adhere to the local safeguarding policy and the reporting mechanisms, following the Duty of Candour requirements
• Integrate current knowledge of dementia into practice, informed by research and other forms of evidence.
• Develop dementia care projects within homes and division, offering staff advice and encouragement
• Demonstrate professional and clinical leadership with a person centred approach
• Work with the activities and life enrichment teams to ensure engaging activities are delivered
• Support the revalidation process for qualified nurses, in line with the NMC code
• Provide professional input into strategic planning and projects to develop and enhance the work of Barchester Healthcare
• Develop close working relationships with management and support services to ensure priorities are identified and addressed
• Support senior clinical staff with investigations or complaints relating to the dementia care community

As the only healthcare provider to be accredited as one of the best companies to work for in the UK, Barchester are dedicated to ensuring that our team are respected and their contribution valued. If you are looking to develop a career with an employer that is supportive and offers progression opportunities, Barchester is an empowering and rewarding place to be.


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