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Non-Medical Prescriber (NMP) (Sandwell)

Reference Number: 1449

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Non-Medical Prescriber (NMP)

Salary: from £42,420 based on experience and qualifications

Hours: 35 Monday to Friday

Location: Sandwell (Smethwick)

Contract: Permanent

Ref: 1449

We are seeking an enthusiastic, compassionate and experienced NMP to join our clinical team in Sandwell. The successful candidate will have an in-depth knowledge of the issues affecting people with substance misuse and alcohol complexities. They will be driven by safe practice, compassion and a desire to help people be more healthy and well.

This position requires a qualified nurse or advanced clinical practitioner with appropriate and valid registration with either the NMC or GPHC and relevant experience.

You will have experience of working with people with complex needs including substance misuse and a commitment to making the lives of our service users healthier and safer by providing a high-quality service. The successful candidate will need a strong harm reduction approach to their work and a commitment to providing a caring, compassionate and safe ethos for our service users. You will need knowledge of general health issues affecting people who use drugs and alcohol and have a good understanding of the relevant legislation including safeguarding and clinical guidelines for our patient group.

You will need to be comfortable with the recovery principles in addictions, ITEP and NICE guidance on detoxification and stabilisation protocols. You will be able to demonstrate skills to ensure that the care delivered is specific and evidence based whilst adhering to service user’s needs. Your work will be carried our flexibly incorporating both outreach and on-site elements.

You will have a willingness and desire to work in a dynamic and responsive environment and be able to demonstrate your ability to effectively communicate with colleagues, service users and external teams across the borough also. Equality of opportunity and treatment is very important to us so you will need to have a non-judgemental and inclusive attitude towards colleagues and service users.

For more information please contact Zoe Buczko, Sandwell’s Clinical Lead on zbuczko@cranstoun.org.uk.

The posts will be subject to an Enhanced DBS Disclosure.

We are unable to accept CVs.

Closing date: Sunday 2nd June 2024

Interview date: TBC

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