Do you want to work for one of the most prestigious private hospitals in London?
Our hospital wants you to develop your career with them, whether this is through training, qualifications or trying a new role. We have lots of opportunities in different areas of the business, whether you are clinical or non-clinical.
Working as a full time permanent Outpatient Nurse you can earn a yearly salary from £36,000 - £38,000 depending on your current experience and skill set. You’ll be required to work 37.5 hours per week.
26 days annual leave, rising by 1 day every 2 years, up to 31 days
Clinical roles work 4 or 5 days per week
Private Medical Insurance
Company Pension Scheme
Employee Assistance Programme
Occupational health services
Season Ticket Loans
Cycle to work scheme
A minimum of 2 years post-registration experience
Undertaken a relevant phlebotomy course and current clinical practice in this area
Evidence of continuous professional development
Relevant orthopaedic experience
Good IT skills and ability to use clinical data systems
Basic understanding of patient care issues in day surgery
Up to date clinical skills
Ability to work as part of a team and some experience of managing a small team
Ability to work on own initiative and manage own workload
Excellent verbal and written communication skills
Duties & responsibilities
Deliver skilled practical nursing care and participate in the monitoring of planning, delivery and evaluation of individualised patient care in relevant areas of practice.
Prepare and maintain clinical records of patient care in line with NMC standards for records and record keeping.
Administer treatments and care to patients following policies and in accordance with consultant protocols.
Meet legal and statutory requirements e.g. Health and Safety, COSHH Regulations, Manual
Handling and the control of drugs.
Participate in the implementation and evaluation of standards of care within the department.
Provide support and training to other members of staff, such as staff orientation and procedures and equipment handling.
Continue to develop clinical knowledge and professional skills of practice.
Ensure completion of mandatory training within 3 months of start date.
Report to Outpatient Sister any complaints, accidents, incidents and near misses both verbally and in writing.
Monitor and maintain clinic equipment and manage any deficiency in services.
Adhere to the NMC Code of Professional Conduct.
Undertaking any other duties as required by the line manager.
If you are interested, then get in touch today or apply now to be considered for this amazing opportunity.
020 3002 6305