As a Non-Medical Prescriber, you will be supporting service users with their treatment in relation to their substance misuse issues. You will be working as part of a committed team providing safe, effective and evidence-based clinical interventions ensuring that service users are well supported to aid their recovery.
Responsibilities include, but are not limited to:
- Providing high quality, individualised, care and support to service users and their families and carers, responding to their needs and preferences.
- Delivering evidence-based clinical interventions as part of a service users care plan.
- Undertaking training as and when required, including basic life support and anaphylaxis training.
- Delivering harm reduction advice, support, and guidance.
- Regularly reviewing, managing and adapting clinical treatment plans to ensure that the service users best interests are met.
- Working in partnership with other professionals and organisations.
- Identifying risks and taking appropriate action when necessary in line with local and national safeguarding policies.
- Contributing in multi-disciplinary review meetings.
- Identifying and assessing suitability of service users for in-patient alcohol and opioid detoxification as and when appropriate.
- Relevant degree
- Independent prescriber qualification
- Registered Nurse with the NMC
- Strong written and verbal communication skills
- Good IT skills
- Experience in a previous similar role within the substance misuse field
- Passionate about working in partnership with individuals facing substance misuse issues
- Enhanced DBS, dated within the last 12 months. On the update service? You could be fast tracked through our recruitment process today.
- Willingness to complete an enhanced DBS if you do not currently hold one.
We also offer a £250 referral bonus should you know of anyone who may be interested.
Due the high demand of CV's received we are unable to respond to all applications. However, we may hold your CV on file and contact you for future suitable roles.
Must be eligible to work in the U.K