Theatre Scrub Nurse

Location City of London
Discipline: Theatres
Job type: Permanent
Contact name: Harry Cooney

Contact email: h.cooney@t2healthcare.com
Job ref: HJC LNC
Published: 11 months ago

Would you like to work for an award-winning hospital in the heart of London?

We have an amazing opportunity for a full-time theatre scrub nurse to become a key member of a highly adept operating theatre team in the city of London.

The hospital offers patients cutting edge innovation in healthcare and want you to be a part of delivering it. This is an opportunity you don’t want to miss out on.

Our client can offer a supportive and respectful environment providing you with the opportunity to develop your skills in a progressive and expanding organisation.

Job profile

This is a permanent full-time position working 37.5 hours per week on a shift pattern from Monday to Sunday.

A competitive salary ranging from £35,743 - £42,956 plus enhancements depending on experience and skills.

Benefits

  • Life insurance and pension scheme

  • Private GP and medical cover scheme

  • A range of discounts including retailers, gym and 30% off in an onsite café

  • Public transport season ticket loans and cycle to work scheme

  • Annual leave which increases the longer you work for there

Requirements

  • Registered Nurse or qualified Practitioner (NMC or HCPC registration).

  • Proven experience in an operating theatre environment with relevant experience in scrub procedures.

  • General scrub and circulating skills, with experience of applying clinical reasoning skills across a varied patient case mix.

  • Excellent communication skills with the ability to work as part of a multi-disciplinary team, and in sensitive and challenging situations.

Duties & responsibilities

  • Carry out scrub duties according to policies and procedures, contributing to quality improvement, and promoting best evidence based practice.

  • Undertake all activities in a professional and proficient manner, including mandatory surgical checks prior to the start of the procedure, during and pre wound closure.

  • Assemble, check, prepare, and coordinate the use of surgical equipment, drugs and consumables for a wide range of operative procedures.

  • Act in the circulating role and promote a patient focused approach to care in collaboration with all relevant healthcare professionals.

If you are interested, then get in touch today or apply now to be considered for this amazing opportunity.

h.cooney@t2healthcare.com

020 3002 6305