Stockport NHS Foundation Trust
There are lots of good reasons to choose to come and work at Stockport NHS Foundation Trust. A dynamic integrated Trust with integrity and vision. Exactly the same qualities you’ll see in yourself. Stockport NHS Foundation Trust aims to be the organisation of choice for patients and an employer of choice for staff. In order to continually improve all aspects of our patient experience, we rely upon having a highly skilled, motivated, diverse, productive and patient focused workforce.
Stockport Foundation Trust is one of four ‘specialist’ hospital sites in Greater Manchester. Being a ‘specialist’ hospital will enhance our general surgery, anaesthetics, critical care and emergency medicine for the benefit of people in Stockport, High Peak, Cheshire and across Greater Manchester.
Our values ‘Quality and Safety, Communication, Service’ are at the heart of everything we do and come from our ‘Your Health. Our Priority’ promise. Every day they drive the behaviour and actions for every person in our organisation.
In your application for this post, please describe how your experience and skills align with 'Our values-based behaviours' ( see additional documentation) and provide examples.
Our coaching academy is a vehicle for developing a coaching culture throughout the Trust to help develop, engage, motivate and care for our staff to deliver better patient care. It will support us to consistently have a “culture of caring” which both our staff and patients will experience.
Greater Manchester Continuous Service Commitment
As well as recognising previous NHS service, Stockport NHS Foundation Trust is a member of the Greater Manchester Continuous Service Commitment. If you are currently employed by Greater Manchester Local Authority, Combined Authority, GMFRS, TfGM as well as other public service organisations, Stockport NHS Foundation Trust will recognise your previous service for sickness and maternity/paternity/adoption entitlement and also for annual leave purposes (providing there has been no break in service). If you currently work for one of the above organisations and successfully apply for a post with Stockport NHS Foundation Trust, please ensure the Recruitment team are aware so that this service is reflected in your contract of employment.
Quality and Safety
We deliver safe, high quality and compassionate care.
We ensure a clean and safe environment for better care
We treat our patients, their families and our staff with dignity and respect.
We communicate with everyone in a clear and open way.
We provide effective, efficient and innovative care.
We work in partnership with others, to deliver improved care, in the right place at the right time.
We are looking for an enthusiastic, highly motivated and innovative individual with experience of safeguarding and child protection, to join our dynamic and forward thinking Safeguarding Children Team here at Stockport NHS Foundation trust.
An exciting opportunity has arisen for an experienced Practitioner with safeguarding and child protection experience to join the Team.
The safeguarding team is part of Stockport NHS Foundation Trust which provides services for both the acute and community business groups and is committed to delivering high quality safeguarding supervision, advice/ support and training to staff trust wide.
We therefore welcome applications from individuals who have a sound knowledge of Safeguarding/Child Protection and experience in delivering safeguarding children supervision.
The post-holder will work closely with the Named Nurse and Named Doctor, to deliver the safeguarding children, young people and domestic abuse agenda across the organisation. To provide specialist advice, support, supervision and training to Trust staff, to enable them to work confidently and safely with children and families. To work in partnership with other health service providers and other agencies, both statutory and voluntary, to promote children’s welfare and keep them safe from harm.
This post will play a key role in ensuring that the Trust meets the requirements to safeguard and promote the welfare of children, under Section 11 of the Children Act, (2004) and Working Together to Safeguard Children (2018).
The role of the Safeguarding Nurse Specialist includes strategic work locally relating to the Stockport Safeguarding Children Partnership (SSCP) and integrated working with key partners. Commitment to interagency and partnership working is demonstrated by supporting Stockport’s Safeguarding Children Board training provision as well as in house training delivery for front line practitioners.
The post will be based between the Community Vulnerable Children’s Team based at Central House as part of the Stockport Family Integrated team and the Treehouse Children’s Unit to ensure there is service delivery trust wide across the organisation.
For further information and an informal discussion please contact Rebecca Jones, Named Nurse Safeguarding Children – 0161 419 2031 / 0161 419 2095 / 835 6777
The Trust is committed to safeguarding and promoting the welfare of children, young people and vulnerable adults and expects all staff and volunteers to share this commitment and promote safeguarding by implementing the Trust’s policies and procedures, acting promptly on concerns, communicating effectively and sharing information appropriately.
If successful this vacancy will require an enhanced DBS check at a cost of £48.43. This cost will be deducted from your first Trust salary
You must have appropriate UK professional registration.
This post is subject to the Rehabilitation of Offenders Act (Exceptions Order) 1975 and it will be necessary for a submission for Disclosure to be made to the Disclosure and Barring Service.
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