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Coloplast Nurse - Part Time

Location: 

Dublin, Leinster, GB Dublin, IE

Job Family:  Sales
Country/Region:  Ireland
 

   Coloplast Nurse – Part Time

Are you driven by Making a Difference to people’s lives and motivated to support development and growth within a commercial environment? If you are then this opportunity will be of interest to you.

 

The job

We are looking for an experienced nurse with relevant clinical skill to join our nursing team and who has the passion, drive and commitment to deliver specialist ISC, bowel or Ostomy Care within the acute and community.  This role covers Ireland East. The locations will be both at our nurse led clinics and in patient’s homes. The role will be two days per week, 9am to 5pm.

 

We are looking for a nurse to join our experienced team. The nurse needs to be able to work as an independent practitioner, be self-motivated and have a winning mindset. They need to be a strategic thinker who wants to build on their commercial awareness and skill.

 

About Us

Coloplast is a Market Leading company with a strong record for product and service innovation. We work closely with healthcare professionals to support and drive the best clinical solutions and services to patients.  

 

Coloplast is a people focused organization and we offer great career opportunities plus a strong benefits package for our staff.      

 

Essentials of the Role:

We are looking for a Specialist Nurse to work in Partnership with our HSE colleagues to provide ethical and professional nursing services within our Chronic Care Division (Bladder, Bowel and Stoma Care) within NMBI guidelines.   The essential duties of this role cover:

 

 

  • Professional and Ethical care to patients utilising evidence-based practice in compliance with professional standards and guidelines

  • Work to achieve Key Performance Indicators and demonstrate key outcomes for patients, services and the Coloplast business

  • Demonstrate key skills and competency to reflect Clinical Nurse Specialist status and practice these standards within the given therapy
  • Seek opportunities to support HSE and Healthcare partners by developing and delivering patient pathways and high-quality standards of care and demonstrate the effectiveness of them
  • Support the Coloplast Business to secure and develop preferred partnerships
  • Effectively and efficiently plan, manage and organize caseload and time and continually seek to drive efficiencies in workload through the establishment of clinical reviews and virtual reviews
  • Work with Coloplast stakeholders to set up route of care for patients and consumers through the virtual offering
  • Deliver education and support in therapy via engagement and support meetings on the digital platform
  • Communicate effectively and provide feedback to patients / carers and referring Healthcare professional
  • Continuously collect customer feedback through audit and analyse and feedback to key stakeholder and continually seek to improve services
  • Maintain clinical records in accordance with Company, Legal and Professional requirements
  • Instigate working practices to ensure collaborative working between different stakeholders e.g. acute and community health care teams
  • Generate and maintain effective working relationships with health care professionals across the region
  • Deliver educational support to fellow health care professionals
  • To act as a resource in providing expert information and advice to patients, carers, public and professional agencies as appropriate
  • Undertake service audit / evaluation activities in order to monitor standards, maintain service provision and identify opportunities for improvement
  • Participate in research activities and initiate opportunities to evaluate the experience of patients living with intimate healthcare needs

 

You will have the following skills and competencies:

  • Registered General Nurse with NMBI
  • Maintain professional education in accordance with NMBI requirements
  • Expert Clinician
  • Take responsibility for keeping up to date with trends / changes in the HSE and clinical developments within specialty. Disseminate information to colleagues effectively
  • Sound interpersonal and relationship building skills
  • Teaching experience
  • IT proficiency
  • Valid driving licence
  • Urology, bowel or stoma care experience desirable

 

Need more information

If you have any questions about the role, contact Nicki Makin at gb_recruitment@coloplast.com

 

Deadline

Please apply for the role as soon as possible as we will interview suitable candidates as and when we receive the details.   

 

Pursuing an ambitious growth agenda, Coloplast develops and markets products and services that make life easier for people with intimate healthcare needs. Employing about 14.000 people and with products available in more than 143 countries, we are one of the world´s leading medical device companies. We are constantly growing our business and always looking for new ways to move forward – we explore, learn and look for new ways of doing things.

 

Coloplast is committed to being an inclusive organization, where people bring their differences to work each day, fulfil their potential and have a strong sense of belonging because – and not despite – of their differences. We therefore encourage all qualified candidates to apply regardless of gender, age, race, nationality, ethnicity, sexual orientation, religious belief or physical ability.

 

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