• Full Time
  • Chertsey KT16
  • 29,828 - 36,311 £ / Year

Ashford and St. Peter's Hospitals NHS Foundation Trust

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  • £29,828 – £36,311 a year

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  • Full-time

Shift and schedule

  • Rotating shift


Chertsey KT16

Full job description

Would you like to join a supportive and innovative dietetic department? We are recruiting a Band 5 Dietitian to work at Ashford and St Peter’s Hospital in Surrey. If you are keen to develop your clinical knowledge and to embrace new ways of working within an ever-changing NHS this could be the post for you.

The postholder will hold a varied caseload covering inpatient wards, out-patient clinics, community and group education sessions and will be well supported by our team, which includes a wide range of speciality colleagues. The role is on a rotational basis and includes surgery, respiratory, care of the elderly, community and cardiac care.

The post also includes speciality experience in areas such as bariatric surgery, stroke, critical care, paediatrics, gastroenterology and diabetes.

There are also excellent relations with multidisciplinary teams throughout the trust.

CPD and flexible working is also encouraged within our team, to support personal and professional growth.

Dietetic students in their final degree year are also invited to apply.

For further information please contact:
Sarah Pearson Clinical Lead for Paediatric Dietetics

Email: s.pearson8@nhs.net

The successful candidate will work as part of a multidisciplinary team at ASPH providing high quality dietetic inpatient and outpatient care.

They will be responsible for organising and providing nutritional care plans and services for patients, carers, and staff. The post-holder will be play an active role within the general functioning of the Dietetic Department, including contributing to student training, audits and service improvement projects.

To post holder will communicate and collaborate with a variety of team members, other HCPs and partner organisations to support service improvements and deliver high quality patient care. They will participate in the teaching and training of other health care professionals.

We are keen to support your development. We offer regular supervision and a robust appraisal system; in addition, we encourage and support CPD and quality improvement project opportunities such as our ‘mini’ rotation programme and department wide joint learning session.

Ashford and St. Peters Hospitals NHS Foundation Trust serves a population of more than 410,000 people living in North-West Surrey, parts of Hounslow and beyond.

Over 3,700 highly trained doctors, nurses, midwives, therapists, healthcare scientists and other support staff make up our workforce, providing a wide range of services across our two hospital sites, Ashford, Ashford, Surrey and St Peter’s, Chertsey, Surrey.

We also run many specialist clinics in the community and local community hospitals and other healthcare facilities.

Our vision is to be one of the best healthcare Trusts in the country. There has never been a better time to join us in the NHS at Ashford & St Peters Hospitals NHS Foundation Trust with our strong commitment to staff health and wellbeing. We are committed to providing continuous professional development, staff benefits and flexibility to shape our workforce around our patient care.

Please see the supporting links which you can find on the right-hand side of this job advert. There is guidance on how to make an application on NHS Jobs as well as more information about joining the ASPH Team

Although it isn’t the Trusts normal practice, adverts may close early, so applicants are encouraged to submit an application as soon as possible

The post holder will actively manage a caseload of patients dependent on their clinical rotation. They will interpret complex patient data to provide high quality, safe and effective nutritional advice.

The post holder will undertake comprehensive assessments of patient’s diet and lifestyle to formulate individualised management and treatment plans. These assessments will include interpreting biochemical data and qualitative/quantitative analysis of nutritional information. They will develop treatment programmes including monitoring in accordance with local guidelines and evidence-based practice.

See job description in supporting documents for full details.

To apply for this job please visit www.healthjobsuk.com.