Early Years Practitioner - Enfield

Apply for this job

Our Client, North Middlesex University are recruiting for enthusiastic, hardworking candidates to join their Universal Children Services as a Early Year Pracitioner.

 

The Early Years Practitioner is a member of the Universal Children’s Skill mix Team who assists the Health Visitor or School Nurse to identify, assess, and meet the health and development needs of both the individual child and family within the wider community in Enfield.

 

Main Tasks and Responsabilities:

 

  • To carry out and be responsible for specified aspects of a care plan as delegated by the Health Visitor or School Nurse in accordance with agreed protocols.
  • To undertake home visits as delegated by the Health Visitor/School Nurse.
  • To undertake open access clinics in primary schools for parents/carers
  • To assist the Health Visitor or School Nurse in the implementation and evaluation of individual care plans and the maintenance of own RIO progress notes
  • To Undertake Universal developmental reviews as part of the Healthy childProgramme and to assist Health Visitor/School Nurse with enhanced developmental reviews as required
  • To support Health Visitors in child health clinics by undertaking growth monitoring and assessment and group work activities.
  • To undertake growth measurement measurements in school as part of the National child measurement programme
  • To undertake other relevant duties as delegated by the Health Visitor/School Nurse
To be familiar with Children’s Centres and local programmes to facilitate parents in accessing the Children Centre Community Services and other local initiatives.

 

Location and mobility:   

Your normal place of work will be in one of the Enfield Community bases. However, you may be required to work at any other location of the Trusts interests, including travelling to appropriate meetings, outside of the borough, as required.

 

To be considered for these roles, you will need:

  • At least six months NHS experience.
  • Right to Work.

Working through the Bank you will benefit from:

  • First opportunity for work placements before agency staff
  • Competitive pay rates
  • A dedicated booking consultant available to assist with any queries and advise on suitable assignments tailored to you
  • Electronic timesheet system with weekly payroll

If you meet these requirements and are committed to delivering top quality patient care, please apply below or send your CV to contact join.northmid@bankpartners.co.uk.

Bank Partners is an employment agency/employment business (as defined by the Conduct of Employment Agencies and Employment Businesses Regulations 2003) and is acting on behalf of its client in relation to this vacancy.

Bank Partners is an employment agency/employment business (as defined by the Conduct of Employment Agencies and Employment Businesses Regulations 2003) and is acting on behalf of its client in relation to this vacancy.

Apply for Early Years Practitioner - Enfield


(to confirm you're over 18)

Don't have a CV? No problem. Use our CV builder and receive a PDF in your email inbox, so you can upload this with your application. Simply click here to access.

Can you provide 3 years worth of referencing?
Do you hold a valid NMC pin?
Do you have 6 months post graduate experience in a NHS hospital setting?
Do you have a right to work in the UK?