Senior Theatre Practitioner - Scrub

Location London
Job type: Permanent
Contact name: Harry Cooney

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Job ref: HJC NVSS
Published: 7 months ago


We are looking for an experienced Senior Theatre Practitioner - Scrub to join our Theatres team. This role involves providing a high standard of professional practice and clinical care, working with the theatre team to promote a god working environment and maintain a supportive learning environment within the operating department.



·         Private Healthcare Insurance

·         Discounted Hospital care for immediate family members

·         Private Dental Insurance

·         Life Assurance membership scheme covering ‘Death in Service’

·         Contributory private pension scheme

·         Holiday entitlement and leave

·         Introductory bonus scheme

·         Cycle to Work Scheme

·         Season Ticket loan

·         Coaching and 24/7 confidential helpline support

·         Subsidised meals

·         Long-service award



·         Able to scrub for a wide variety of different specialities

·         An understanding of the role and what is expected

·         At least 3 years post registration experience

·         Minimum 2 years scrub experience

·         RGN/ODP

·         Recognised Peri Operative Course



·         Ability to provide more complex care needs to patients with minimal supervision.

·         Develop advanced clinical skills and specialist practice.

·         Implement and actively promote research based nursing and clinical practice.

·         Evaluate care outcomes for a list of patients, as delivered by a team.

·         Delegate and co-ordinate the nursing team in the delivery of care for a theatre list.

·         Demonstrate an understanding of skill mix.

·         Act as clinical resource within the multi-disciplinary team.

·         Lead on communicating with regards to patient care to a team of staff on a regular basis.


Get in touch today if this opportunity interests you or apply now to be considered.

020 3002 6305