**BURTON PARK IS DELIGHTED TO ANNOUNCE WE WILL BE UNVEILING OUR NEWLY REFURBISHED WARD IN JUNE 2018**
It is a specialist unit providing support and care for people living with Huntingdon's Disease, and we will be looking to employ staff with the relevant experience.**
Burton Park is part of the Priory Brain Injury care pathway, which boasts extensive Brain Injury Services offered across 13 sites throughout the UK.
Priory Brain Injury Services (PBIS) provide highly specialised treatment programmes for people with acquired brain injury (ABI) grounded on national guidance and research; from acute medical rehabilitation and neurobehavioral rehabilitation through to long-term continuing care.
The diversity of our services allows a seamless care pathway for our patients as their rehabilitation needs change. Priory's Brain Injury Services is focused on using data to inform best practice, individualise care plans and measure patient outcomes
PBIS has been successfully delivering neurobehavioral rehabilitation and making a positive difference to people's lives since 1985 to people with ABI, whose challenging behaviour prevents attainment of their maximum rehabilitation potential and personal autonomy.
Burton Park is a 50 bedded inpatient specialist neuro-rehabilitation service for treating and discharging people with complex neuropsychiatric needs. The site is split across 3 units:
• Warwick Lodge is currently undergoing a full refurbishment and is due to open in June 2018. It will specialise in providing support and care for people living with Huntingdon's Disease.
• Cleves Lodge specialise in ABI (including slow stream rehabilitation) and neurobehavioral disability
• Dalby Unit - Female only unit, specialising in ABI or Progressive Neurological Conditions
Burton Park employs the full multidisciplinary range of services to provide rehabilitation and/or stabilisation of mood and behaviour. We provide individual treatment programmes with time-lined goals and objectives to support the resident to achieve optimum rehabilitation or behaviour stabilisation, to achieve their potential and to work towards successful, sustainable discharge.
To Provide Clinical Management and Leadership of the full nursing team on the Ward, this includes being a highly visible role model and mentor to the nursing team. The post-holder has responsibility for overseeing and maintaining the highest standards of nursing care. The role will act as a senior clinical member of the team, providing advice and support from a nursing perspective and oversee and hold responsibility for the ward environment and its resources.Knowledge/Education/Skills
• Be currently Registered with the Nursing Midwifery Council as a first level nurse, with at least 2 years' experience in a supervisory capacity.
• Appropriate registration required for the ward - Mental Health or General for ABI wards; with at least 2 years post-registration experience working on ABI wards
• Willingness to complete further clinical, managerial and leadership training and development relevant to your area of practice in management and leadership.
• Trained and current Mentor.
• Computer literate.
• Have been a registered nurse, working in clinical settings that are relevant to the post
• Evidence of continuing professional development
• Experience of clinical audit and/ or service improvement based on evidence desirable
• Experience of working in an environment that requires the ability to manage multiple priorities
• Has been a supervisor of nursing staffResponsibility
The post-holder is responsibility for the leadership in a Ward area, in particular that of Nursing staff, but also contributes to the effective working of the Multi-Disciplinary team; The post-holder is also a member of the hospital leadership teamBudgets & Equipment
The post-holder is responsible for the efficient and effective use of nursing resources; and all resources in the ward area that contribute to patient care. This includes Medicines management in the ward, equipment, activities material for patients use, all furnishings and fittings and the overall cleanliness and safety of the ward, bring any issues or concerns to the attention of the Director of Clinical Services promptly, and taking corrective action