London, Greater London (On-site)
£35,000 - £39,000 per year, NHS Band 6
Permanent, Part-time, 35 Hours per week (negotiable), Full-time
Job description

The Trust’s vision is a world free of MSA and our mission is to find the cause and, ultimately, the cure for MSA. Until that day, we will do all we can to support people affected by MSA and to strive to ensure that they are not alone on their individual journeys. You could help us achieve this.

 

The Multiple System Atrophy Trust is seeking to appoint our sixth MSA Nurse Specialist/Adviser, who will cover London and South East England, as we continue to develop our UK and Ireland services. We have an extremely committed and friendly team whose ethos is to support people affected by MSA, helping one another proactively with workloads and enquires where possible.

Ideally, you will be a qualified registered nurse with at least two years’ experience of a specialist nursing role in the neurology sector, however applicants with other relevant experience will be considered. You will have great interpersonal skills and an understanding of what it takes to deliver quality information and advice to people affected by a serious progressive neurological condition. Experience of facilitating formal and informal training for other health and care professionals is essential.

Independent travel within the prescribed area will be required to attend clinics and regional Support Groups, as will occasional travel elsewhere in the UK for clinical supervision, team meetings and other Trust activities. This is fully reimbursed.

 

Job Summary

To play a key role in information and support service delivery and to act as an ambassador for the MSA Trust.

 

Main duties/responsibilities

  • To work in a geographical area delivering high quality information, support, advice and signposting in a professional and sensitive manner via the Trust’s telephone and email support service.
  • To develop a working knowledge of the role, services and resources of the Trust.
  • To contribute to the production and review of the information materials produced by the Trust.
  • To attend MSA support groups throughout the year.
  • To establish and attend multi-disciplinary/specialist MSA clinics at locations discussed with the Deputy CEO.
  • To deliver training and awareness sessions to key health and care professionals in line with the Trust’s strategy.
  • To attend relevant health and care professional conferences promoting the work of the Trust.
  • To maintain knowledge of MSA and developments in health and social care policy and NHS policy relevant to it.
  • To maintain continuing professional development for the role and for Nursing and Midwifery Council registration or other relevant professional body.
  • To attend I&S meetings, Services Committee meetings and other occasional away days.

Hybrid working arrangement between MSA Trust London office (SE16 2XB) and home based (negotiable)

Application Instructions

Please submit your CV and a covering letter explaining why you would be an ideal fit for this role. We look forward to receiveing your application

More about Multiple System Atrophy Trust

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Refreshed on: 05 February 2022
Closed date: 20 February 2022 at 23:59
Tags: Care Management, Nursing

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