Dementia Specialist Nurse

Date Posted:
Town/city, county:
Bickley, South East
Social Care
£52000 per annum

Job Description:

We are delighted to be working closely a niche luxury new provider looking to conquer London. I’m looking to appoint a Dementia Nurse Specialist for their brand new luxury nursing home in Bromley.

Our client is looking for qualified candidates who will be an asset to their nursing team and promote an atmosphere which enables residents to live as independently as possible.


Role: Admiral Nurse

Hours: Full time

Shifts: Days

Salary £52k per annum (based on 40 hours pw)

The Company

My client are a unique and niche luxury provider who are looking to create a uniquely devoted, compassionate, sensitive, and holistic approach to care.

Key Responsibilities

The Admiral Nurse will lead, deliver and coordinate relationship-centred dementia care within operational areas of the care home.
In line with the Admiral Nurse Competency framework at an enhanced specialist level, the Admiral Nurse will provide:

  • Specialist bio-psychosocial assessment and support for residents with dementia and families with complex needs
  • Facilitation of education and training for staff in the delivery of evidence-based dementia care across the home.
  • Clinical leadership with policy development and quality improvements in relation to dementia care across the home.
  • Consultancy to other health and social care professionals regarding dementia
  • Monthly Practice Action Learning Set supervision (PALS)
  • Admiral Nurse Forum – one full virtual day, annually
  • On completion of probation access to the competency framework masters module through Worcester University
  • Dementia UK masterclasses in different areas – virtual/e learning
Experience Required
  • You will be a Registered Nurse with post registration experience of facilitating training in dementia and/or care of older people with mental health needs.
  • You will have experience of working with groups and individuals in a variety of roles and settings, including family carers or supporters of people living with dementia.
  • You will have experience of leading and managing a service
  • You will be a confident individual with a hands-on approach who will lead, motivate and inspire the team
  • You will be an effective team player who builds professional and trusting relationships with every member of the team, ensuring they feel valued
  • You will be patient with the ability to deal with difficult situations with tact and diplomacy
  • You will have excellent attention to detail and an ability to anticipate problems before they arise
  • You will be a compassionate, empathetic, kind, and caring individual
  • You will have experience of developing relationships, with a wide range of stakeholders
  • You will be able to demonstrate a flexible attitude to working arrangements as some weekend work will be required
Additional Benefits
  • Competitive salary and benefits
  • 33 days annual leave including bank holidays
  • Complimentary meals, hot drinks, and snacks throughout your shift
  • Bespoke company induction and on-going training programmes at all levels
  • Access to the best-in-class equipment and technology
  • Custom-made uniforms provided
  • Annual bonus (discretionary and scheme rules apply)
  • Employee assistance programme and other attractive wellbeing benefits
  • Discount schemes
  • Company contributory pension scheme & life insurance
  • And much more……
If you are interested please apply. Alternatively if you would like a confidential discussion please call Corrie Keable on 0113 457 3551.

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