Clinical Nurse Specialist - Hepatology (CNSp)

Location Dublin
Job-type Permanent
Salary HSE Pay Scales
Contact Louise Byrne
Email email Louise
Reference J366169
Date Published about 1 month ago
On behalf of an acute hospital based in Dublin, TTM Healthcare are currently recruiting a Clinical Nurse Specialist Hepatology CNSp
This is a permanent full-time role working 37.5 hours per week. The post holder's practice is based on the five core concepts of Clinical Nurse Specialist role as defined by the NCNM 4th edition (2008) to fulfil the role.

The concepts are:

• Clinical Focus

• Patient/Client Advocate

• Education and Training

• Audit and Research

• Consultant Clinical Focus

Requirements:
Essential
Minimum of 3 years' experience working in Hepatology
Demonstrate continuing professional development relevant to the specialist area
Certified operator in Fibroscan
Proficiency with MECC/ brief intervention techniques
Possess the requisite knowledge and ability, including a high standard of suitability and clinical, leadership, managerial and administrative capacity for the proper discharge of the duties of this role
Desirable
Contribution to presentations/ publications in the field of Hepatology

Benefits:
•Competitive Salary
•Payment of location or Specialist Allowance as appropriate
•Contributory Pension Scheme (5% employee and employer contribution)
•Flexible working hours
•Training and education opportunities
•Discounted group health insurance
•Free health screening and vaccinations
•Subsidised employee restaurant
•Discounted hospital rates for employees and family
•Employee recruitment referral scheme
•Employee well being activity programmes
•Length of service recognition rewards, values ambassador programme, staff Christmas and summer parties
•Opportunity to work alongside experienced and professional team providing the highest level of services to our patients in a modern day facility
For more information call Louise on 015136740 or click APPLY with your most recent CV today!


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