£38,500 - £44,500

Are you looking to continue your career as a Clinical Nurse Specialist in Gynaecology/Oncology?

Our client’s clinic is one of the UK’s largest independently owned non-profit hospital, where they pride themselves on their values, and putting the patient at the heart of everything they do.

Our client was established in 1932 and have 8 premises located in the heart of London’s medical community. They are dedicated to providing the best, personalised healthcare with a breadth of surgical and medical expertise.

Their main hospital spans 8 floors comprising of 234 beds and 10 theatres, including a Hybrid theatre and two minimally invasive and day surgery theatres. Specialist areas include General surgery; ENT; Gynaecology; Hepatobiliary; Neuro-spinal; Ophthalmic; Orthopaedic; Plastic and reconstructive; Robotic; Urology; Vascular & Weight loss surgery (bariatric surgery).


  • Evidence of effective leadership at ward/unit team management level
  • Clinical leadership qualities, including team working and team building skills.
  • Ability to communicate with patients, relatives, colleagues, hospital personnel and external customers, relevantly and diplomatically both verbally and in writing.
  • Demonstrate good organisational skills, with the ability to organise wok around competing demands on time. 
  • Ability to problem solve and deal with situations a diplomatic, non-confrontational manner
  • Clinical skills within the field of oncology nursing
  • Self-confident/Self Assured  
  • Personal Autonomy
  • Flexibility to meet the needs of the service, which can be unpredictable


  • To provide specialist knowledge, expertise and care to gynae-oncology patients, this includes optimal care for inpatients, outpatients and their families.
  • To assess, plan, implement and evaluate all aspect of the patient’s physical, psychological, and social needs, including HNA tool completion.
  • As a key worker, provide gynae-oncology patients, their families and carers with a point of contact from diagnosis, through investigations and treatment.
  • Provide support to patients and their families during their diagnosis, ensuring that they have information to help them make informed decisions regarding their treatment.
  • Promotes self-management, undertaking risk stratification to determine those who can self-manage, following education, those who will need guided support to self-manage and those who will require on-going, face to face support
  • Monitor patients on an ongoing basis, to evaluate outcomes and adjust nursing care practice to ensure optimum co-ordination and delivery of care.

Staff Benefits

  • Life insurance
  • Private medical cover
  • Benefit platform
  • Good value restaurant and café
  • Cycle to work scheme
  • Season ticket loan
  • Employee discounts
  • Gym membership discounts
  • Annual leave
  • Recognising You
  • Eyesight tests
  • Private GP
  • Employee Assistance Programme
  • Career Development