Are you looking to take your career to the next level?
If so, we are delighted to announce our client is now looking for snewly qaulfied nurses to join their hospital. Our client provides a range of adult, elderly and children services across medical and surgical units. Our client is looking for exceptionally dedicated nurses with drive, ambition and desire to provide care for this group of patients.
Our client is based in North London and has great travel links via Trains, Buses or Cars making your commute that much easier! They are looking you to kick start you career in their hospital!
- Health care work generally involves a lot of physical activity e.g. walking, standing, pushing, pulling, helping patients to move and transfer and working with computers (Display).
- Screen Equipment (DSE)).
- Health care work can be busy and pressurised at times.
- Starting a new job or being newly qualified can add additional pressures.
- Patient care involves a lot of hand washing, using soap, hand cleansers and gloves.
- Working with broken skin on hands is an infection control risk.
- Health care work often involves working shifts (including nights) which may have an impact on some health conditions. This is especially important if you have not worked shifts before.
- You will need to assess patient care needs and the development and implementation of programmes of patient care and participate in the evaluation of these.
- You must carry out all relevant forms of care to designated patients and be able to supervise learner nurses and Health Care Support Workers.
- You must care and control of medication and controlled drugs used for patient care, being aware of the systems used for safe administration, the ordering and maintenance of stock.
- You would have to ensure work with the Trust/unit and ward policies in order to maintain professional, clinical and patient safety.
- You must acquire the knowledge and expertise to take appropriate action in emergency situations and for personally attending the mandatory/compulsory update sessions.
- You must have the in-depth knowledge with practical experience of good hand hygiene and environmental cleaning in conjunction with our clients trust policies and procedures
- You need to be aware of the principles of infection control and the prevention of cross infection in relation to patient care and the clinical environment.
- Important that you are able to communicate basic care information and answer queries to patients, their relatives/carers and the multidisciplinary team members.
- You will need to undertake intravenous drug therapy administration following a training programme which will assess the competencies and practical levels required to achieve safe working within Trust policies and procedures.
- Must participate in clinical training including teaching and supervision of new staff, unqualified staff, and student nurses in the ward environment.
- You need to undertake a minimum of once yearly KSF appraisal with the ward manager for development planning.
- You will advise patients and relatives/visitors to the ward with regard to control of infection.
- You must advise on the promotion of health and prevention of illness.
- You need to maintain professional portfolio.
- Important that you maintain clinical study to fulfil professional registration.
- You need to be aware the requirements of professional practice & the maintenance of NMC requirements regarding registration.
- You beed to recognise how nursing research may inform clinical practice.
- Season ticket loans
- Discounted Staff Memberships to local gyms, including: Fitness first, Aspire Health Club
- Free flu vaccination
- Computershare scheme - discount computers /tablets through salary sacrifice scheme.
- Cycle scheme - discounted bicycles through a salary sacrifice scheme
- Opportunities for flexible working arrangements
- Maternity/ Paternity leave and pay.
Are you looking to kcik start your career at an amazing NHS trust? The apply today!