Staff Nurse - ICU

Location London
Job type: Permanent
Contact name: Harry Cooney

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Job ref: HJC CCSNI
Published: 25 days ago

Do you want to join an ICU team at a state of the art hospital in central London?

Our client has a state-of-the art 184 bed acute hospital in central London with a second outpatient centre opening in 2023. Over 100 years of history, our “Patients First” philosophy is at the heart of everything that we do.

Our hospital are looking to recruit a Staff Nurse to join the ICU team, with a competitive salary on offer up to £45,000 depending upon experience and want you to be a part of it. This is a Monday-Sunday, Days, Nights and Weekends role with the following shift patterns: 6 week rota of 19 shifts, 08:00 – 20:30 and 20:00 – 08:30 working 37.5 hours per week.


25 days annual leave (plus bank holidays)

Auto-Enrolment of 5% pension - hospital contributes 10% through Salary Exchange

Life Assurance, Private Medical & Dental Insurance and Eye Care contributions

Discounted gym facilities

24/7 Holistic Employee Assistance Programme


Current nursing registration (First Level) through the Nursing & Midwifery Council (NMC) required, with no restrictions to practice

Must be willing to undertake relevant post-registration courses

Demonstrable clinical experience in the field of high acuity critically-ill adults with invasive lines, mechanical ventilation, continuous and intermittent hemodialysis, and vasoactive intravenous medications in a hospital setting.

Wide range of experience working in critical care specialties including cardiac and cardiothoracic, neurosurgery, renal, and GI surgery.

Completed Step 1 Critical Care Competencies Course

Duties & responsibilities

Provides direct nursing care to patients requiring level 2&3 care in accordance with established policies, procedures and protocols.

Prioritises nursing care, recognizes deterioration in patient’s condition and escalates to the senior nursing team /clinicians immediately.

Serves as a primary coordinator of all disciplines for well-coordinated patient care.

Assesses and coordinates patient's discharge planning needs with members of the healthcare team.

Leads the nursing team in the delivery of patient care collaborating with other disciplines to facilitate achievement of planned and expected outcomes.


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

020 3002 6305