NHS Scotland is dedicated to promoting equality and diversity within our staff and eradicating any form of unlawful discrimination.
Our goal is to ensure that our workforce truly reflects the diverse society we serve, fostering an environment where every employee feels valued, respected, and empowered to perform at their best.
In pursuit of this objective, NHS Scotland warmly encourages applications from individuals across all segments of society.
Treatment Room Nurse/Vaccinator
30 hours per week
The person in this position is accountable for assessing and delivering high-quality nursing care, primarily within a treatment room environment, to the practice’s population and the wider community, in collaboration with various partners.
This entails monitoring and evaluating the effectiveness of the care provided, often working alongside the District Nursing team, Primary Care Team, Unscheduled Care Service, and other relevant agencies involved in community healthcare.
Additionally, the postholder is responsible for promoting health and social wellbeing awareness, influencing the broader healthcare context, and empowering individuals to enhance their own health.
Working collaboratively, they also contribute to addressing health inequalities.
It’s important to note that the post requires the individual to have PVG Scheme membership or record.
If the applicant is not currently a PVG member for the relevant regulatory group (e.g., child and/or adult), they must apply to Disclosure Scotland and receive satisfactory clearance before commencing the role.
For further details on the responsibilities and the desired skills/experience, you can refer to the job description and person specification, accessible through the links provided below.
If you have any inquiries after reviewing this information, feel free to contact firstname.lastname@example.org.
Please be aware that as a part-time position, the salary will be adjusted proportionally (pro-rata).
- £30,229 – £37,664 a year
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