Admiral Nurse (Rutland)

Admiral Nurse (Rutland)

Admiral Nurse (Rutland)

Admiral Nurse (Rutland)
Closing Date
Mon, 15 Jun 2020 23:59
Oakham, Rutland
Job Type
Permanent, Part Time
£29,636 - £38,813 (22.5 hours per week)

Admiral Nurses are specialist nurses who work with and support families and carers of people with dementia. Working collaboratively with other professionals, Admiral Nurses seek to improve the quality of life for people with dementia and their carers. They use a range of interventions to help people live positively with the condition and develop skills to improve communication and maintain relationships.

This is a dual role that encompasses face to face clinical work with families and people with dementia and will involve joint working with community staff and other statutory and voluntary organisations. You will be employed by Rutland County Council and will be supported by Dementia UK through Practice Development, Clinical Supervision, and Continuing Professional Development.

The successful applicant for this post will be subject to an enhanced check by the Disclosure and Barring Service (DBS). The cost of the DBS is paid for by us.

Admiral Nursing is a challenging, demanding and often rewarding role. If you feel you have the skills and attributes to become and Admiral Nurse and would like to know more about the post please contact Kim Sorsky, Service Manger Rutland County Council on 01572 758352 or Angela Moore, Admiral Nurse Clinical Lead on 01572 758220.

For more information about Admiral Nursing, please contact Jen Lovegrove on 07747 372 928 or visit the Dementia UK website:

Closing date: 15 June 2020 Interview date: w.c. 22 June 2020

Please visit our website at to apply online, and to find out more about what we do. Alternatively, email: or call 01572 758291 for an application pack.

Rutland County Council is committed to Equality and Diversity and welcomes applications from all sections of the community. Everyone at Rutland County Council has a responsibility for, and is committed to, safeguarding and promoting the welfare of Children, Young People and Vulnerable Adults and for ensuring that they are protected from harm.

Tags: Council, Denentia UK, Nursing, Oakham