Trainee Assistant Practitioner LD ANNEX 21 – NHS Scotland – Dunfermline

NHS Scotland

Trainee Assistant Practitioner ANNEX 21

An exciting service development opportunity has arisen for trainee band 4 assistant practitioner posts across Learning Disability Nursing teams in NHS Fife. You will be supported through Fife College to undertake a year long course at SCQF Level 8, working in a blended approach with support from the Practice Education facilitators, clinical practice supervisors and assessors.
The development of these posts will provide clinicians with an opportunity to shape the service and evaluate new ways of working within the Learning Disability field, in keeping with the National drive to support the nursing profession for the future. You will deliver clinical care under in/direct supervision and guidance form a registered practitioner where appropriate undertake delegated tasks within the competency boundaries set within the programme.
Trainee Assistant Practitioners are appointed to the role using an HR process called Annex 21, this means that you will be paid in a band 4 post initially at 75% of the band 4 pay scale until you achieve the academic qualification and completion of clinical competency assessments.

Informal enquires and informal visits welcomed please contact Sharon McGiffen, Senior Charge Nurse, Mayfield ward via [email protected] or 01383 565220 or Wendy McConville, Senior Charge Nurse, Community Nursing, [email protected]’scot or 01383 565104

Interviews planned for the week of the 27th March 2023
Fife College enrolment, 17th April 2023

A requirement of this post is to become a member of the Protection of Vulnerable Groups (PVG) Scheme Prior to appointment.
NHS Fife is legally obliged to ensure all its employees are legally entitled to work in the United Kingdom. If you are not a United Kingdom (UK) or Irish National, you are required to confirm your right to work in your application.

NHS Scotland is committed to encouraging equality and diversity among our workforce and eliminating unlawful discrimination. The aim is for our workforce to be truly representative and for each employee to feel respected and able to give their best. To this end, NHS Scotland welcomes applications from all sections of society.

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