Are you a Critical Junior Sister/Charge Nurse looking for a new opportunity?
If so, we are working with one of the UK’s largest healthcare charity based in Oxford, who are actively looking for a Junior Sister/Charge Nurse, who is eager to take their career to the next level.
As an organisation with no shareholders, they invest all their income back into our vision to build a healthier nation. They do this through outstanding day-to-day services in their family of 31 award-winning hospitals, 113 fitness and wellbeing clubs, healthcare clinics, and over 200 workplace wellbeing services, and through their flagship programmes to support communities by widening access.
You will work as part of a multidisciplinary team and you will be able to provide clinical leadership, act as a mentor and role model, manage complex patient care, and lead the unit in the absence of the Senior Sister/Charge Nurse.
You will support individuals and teams to deliver safe, high quality and effective patient care that is responsive to the needs of their patients and their families.
Along the way, you'll build strong relationships with consultants, hospital senior leaders, a wide range of healthcare professionals and, of course, patients.
Be registered with the Nursing and Midwifery Council, your specialist training should include a Critical Care postgraduate qualification and a minimum of ILS, ideally ALS.
You will have extensive experience of managing level 2 and 3 patients, for post-surgery or intervention.
You will have experience working in a Critical Care setting and must have evidence of Critical Care competencies at level 1 and either achieved or working towards level 2.
You will have experience being the Nurse in Charge of shifts, together with some mentoring experience.
It is essential to have clinical assessment skills and a physical examination course would be desirable. Together with the Critical Care Senior Charge Nurse/ Sister you’ll be accountable for leading, motivating, educating and supervising the nursing team.
Employer and employee contributory pension scheme.
They will support you with training opportunities and career development options.
Free membership across all of their Fitness & Wellbeing clubs,
Life assurance, private healthcare and health-screening.
Access to the Perks at work reward platform which gives you access to cashback and discounts with over 30,000 retailers and service providers.
Not only this but they also offer a range of lifestyle and financial wellbeing benefits.
The hospital is a 16-minute bus journey from Oxford train station. It is also surrounded by different shops, bars and restaurants.
If this opportunity sounds like it would be the perfect fit for you then please apply.