AfC employees in Guernsey awarded a further 5.8% from the 1st January 2024.
We are seeking an experienced senior Community Nurse or AHP to lead team of Senior Carers in the Adult Community Care Service on the beautiful Island of Guernsey, in the Channel Islands.
You will be responsible for the daily delivery of appropriate standards of assessment, planning, implementation and evaluation of programmes of care to a group of service users within the Home Care Service.
The Service provides personal care and basic health care as determined by assessed needs to enable people to live as independently and safely as possible within their own homes.
You will be responsible for maintaining continuity, consistency and equitable provision of care to people in the community.
Please note; Guernsey has adopted the AfCbanding system, but have applied their own salary scale.
The Guernsey Band 6 salary range from 1st Jan is £43,954 to £59,343 plus an annual bonus of £1,605 and higher unsocial hours enhancements; 36% evening/Saturday and 72% Sunday/BH.
Annual leave starts at 36 days up to 42 days with full credit for NHS service for annual leave and sick leave
The island of Guernsey is in the Channel Islands and has a population of 65,000. It has some of Britain’s finest and best-kept beaches, an especially mild and sunny climate, and an offbeat, historic harbour town in St. Peter’s Port, the island’s capital.
This unique integrated health service delivers a diverse range of services including diagnosing and treating patients in the island’s acute hospital complex, and supporting people with in the wider community.
Providing an excellent Community Care service, supported by modern equipment and reliant on Healthcare professionals recruited to a high standard.
NMC-Registered Nurse or Allied Health Professional
Current or recent Community Care experience with responsibility for Care Assistant/Support Worker staff
Completion of a mentorship qualification
Demonstrable understanding and experience of participation within the VQ process.
Ability to work autonomously, manage own time effectively and take decisions.
A commitment to, and understanding of, delivering person centred care practice
A flexible approach to working with the ability to multi-task.
The benefits of working for the States of Guernsey include:
– A higher-than-UK salary.
– A £1,605 annual bonus
– A flat rate 20% income tax.
– No Council tax or VAT
– On-site Staff Accommodation or a generous allowance for private rental accommodation*
– A continental lifestyle, where the people are friendly, and crime is very low.
*Full T&C in relocation directive
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If this role is not for you, please remember we offer a generous £500 Bonus for any successful friend or colleague referrals.