Supporting and enhancing the development of competence in neuroscience nursing

Specialist Support and Information Nurse vacancy

 Specialist Support and Information Nurse vacancy

Brain & Spine Foundation - Specialist Support and Information Nurse

About us

1 in 6 people in the UK are currently living with a neurological condition including common conditions such as dementia and stroke, and others that are less well known such as subarachnoid haemorrhage and Chiari malformation. The Brain & Spine Foundation (BSF) is the only UK wide charity providing information and support to people with all these conditions. Become part of our team and help make a real difference to their lives.

What the job involves

We have an exciting job opportunity for an experienced neuroscience nurse to become a key member of our Services team. You’ll be providing information

and support to help people understand their diagnosis, treatment, and how to manage their long-term condition. This support is provided via a range of communication channels including telephone, email and social media. You can be based in our London office or at home (with occasional travel).

In addition to this work, an important aspect of the role will be to forge new relationships with key health professionals, develop opportunities to promote our services, and identify educational opportunities in primary and secondary care organisations.

Although we work in an office, not a hospital, we still help those affected by a neurological problem, and their families – every day. This is a unique opportunity to acquire new skills and professionally develop in a supportive learning environment, utilising your clinical knowledge and experience in a non-clinical setting.

About you

As an NMC registered nurse, you will understand what good communication looks like and be willing to develop your information and support skills through telephone and digital channels. You will have substantive clinical experience at NHS Band 6 working with people affected by neurological conditions as well as an understanding of the impact on everyday life.

Supporting you

We are a small, friendly, supportive charity that will commit to ensuring your continued professional development as well as offering excellent benefits including contributory pension scheme, interest free season ticket loan, 25 days annual leave plus bank holidays, childcare vouchers and flexible working by agreement.

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