Are you looking to take your career to the next level?
If so, are client are looking for Junior Sister to join their Hospital, where they provide a full range of adult, elderly and children’s services across medical and surgical disciplines. Our client is also one of London’s busiest acute hospitals, serving more than 350,000.
Our client is based in North London and is an NHS Trust. They have great travel links into Central London by Train, Bus and Car making your commute a whole lot easier!
- Mentorship Course
- 2 years’ experience at Band 6
- Experience of working in an acute setting.
- Knowledge of current clinical developments within nursing
- Professional issues affecting nursing
- Ability to work alone and to prioritise workload
- Knowledge of being an accountable practitioner
- Have gained experience in interviewing/appraisal techniques
- You will need to lead the ward/unit team ensuring the maintenance of a high and safe standard of care.
- You must be able to provide specialist clinical knowledge and advice to nurses and junior medical staff working in the Emergency Department.
- You need to use knowledge and nursing skills to support nursing, medical and therapy staff in the provision of the expert care throughout the ward/unit.
- You will need to undertake aspects of the extended role of the nurse following appropriate training.
- You will be responsible for setting, implementing and monitoring acceptable standards of care for patients within the ward/unit in conjunction with team members and the multi professional team.
- Important for you to act as a mentor to junior staff in order to develop their roles both practically and managerially.
- You need to assess the needs of patients and their carers promptly, ensuring that they receive the highest quality of care and work collaboratively with other disciplines to facilitate best practice.
- You must perform and assist with agreed procedures appropriate to the role and function of the ward manager within the guidelines set down by our clients NHS Trust.
- Important for you to assess, implement and evaluate the delivery of patient care
- Must work collaboratively with nursing colleagues in order to share good practice and provide equity of patient care.
- You will maintain an acceptable environment for patients, reporting and taking appropriate action on hazards and faulty equipment.
- Must care and control of medication and controlled drugs used for patient care, ensuring monitoring systems are used for safe administration, ordering and maintenance of stock.
- You need to ensure staff work according to Trust/unit and ward policies in order to maintain professional, clinical and patient safety.
- 27 Day Annual Leave
- Competitive Salary
- NHS Pension Scheme
- Employee Assistance Programme
- Occupational health services
- Season Ticket Loans
- Cycle to work scheme
- Childcare Vouchers
If this role is something that you would be looking for then apply today!