Looking for a Nursing role that’s different from all others?
If so, look no further – you’ll find with us in the Healthcare Team at HMP Bristol. Because all good healthcare staff should go to prison…
What you’ll do
In this role you’ll be working with our strong Medicines Management team to help safely supply and administer medicines to patients. You’ll also help deliver minor ailments services, serve as a key point of advice to patients in regards to medicines management, help manage the prison’s medicine supplies, and help with medicines reconciliation and supporting patients with their prescription pathways.
Through all of this, you’ll serve as a vital point of contact for patients in HMP Bristol – you’ll empower the prison’s population to understand their medicines better and critically manage their own self-care in regards to their long-term health.
This isn’t a job for everyone. You’ll need to be non-judgemental, resilient, and dedicated. In return you’ll be rewarded through being part of a wider healthcare team that delivers care beyond health – in helping educate your patients to make better life choices, in turn reducing the likelihood of reoffending. This is a real opportunity to gain unique experience and to develop your career to the next level.
What we can offer you
There’s other perks. On top of your basic salary, ranging from £24,214 to £30,112 (dependent on experience), you’ll also earn a Secure Environment Allowance of £1,250 per annum. Additionally there’s opportunities for learning and development, access to HMP Bristol’s staff-only café,a choice of attractive pension schemes (including the NHS Scheme), and more.
For more information about this opportunity and a possible tour of our healthcare facilities onsite at HMP Bristol, please contact Kirsty Parker, Pharmacy and Medicines Management Lead at HMP Bristol on 0117 372 3002.
Please note that should you be successful you will be required to undertake prison security vetting, in addition to a DBS Check. For more information on this, please see the guidance attached.
Closing date: 23/04/2019