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Critical Care Nurse - Band 5

Would you  like to work in an outstanding Trust and make a difference to people’s lives? 

There really has never been a more exciting time to join one of our top NHS Clients; Their newly merged Trust has a combined workforce of over 13,000 staff, aiming to deliver exceptional local services for local people and specialist services across the South West and beyond. Together, they form one of the largest NHS trusts in the country.


We are seeking applicants keen to progress in a career in Critical Care. At this University Hospitals  we have opportunities for both general and cardiac intensive care units. Both Units employ cutting edge technology; have an innovative bedside clinical information system in place and there are Critical Care Practice Educators in place in both areas to facilitate education and the development of new starters.

The Cardiac Intensive Care unit is a 24 bedded unit treating level 3 and level 2 patients on the cardiac surgical pathway pre and post operatively. The multidisciplinary team work closely together and include cardiac surgery surgical team, Cardiac anaesthetic team, nurse practitioners, clinical nurse specialists and allied health professionals.

General Intensive Care unit is a 21 bedded unit which caters for level 3 and 2 patients from many specialities including medical and surgical patients, oncology, and haematology, elective and emergency admissions. They are also a tertiary referral centre for out of hospital cardiac arrest patients out of hours.

Both Critical Care Units are dynamic, highly innovative departments and patients are cared for by a range of skilled healthcare professionals who provide expert, family centred care for patients with complex critical care needs.

We aim to recruit new staff into one of our cohorts which commence 4 times a year – this is to optimise educational and supernumerary pathways and provide good group peer support. Recognising that this may not work for all new starters we would be very happy to discuss alternate start dates if needed.

Successful applicants can expect:
Allocation into a welcoming team who will support your development with mentorship and peer support.
A structured educational program with in-house and regional study sessions, including a series of critical care study days for staff new to the specialty.
Transparent, fair process for application for funding of relevant academic courses.
Exposure to a variety of clinical experiences with our diverse range of patients.
We would love to hear from nurses with a real passion for excellence in quality, patient-centered care

Theatre Scrub - Agency

Looking for agency shift in a new Healthcare? 

We are currently working with a prestigious Healthcare provider situated in the heart of London. They have released agency shift for an experienced Scrub Nurse to join their experienced Theatre team to provide excellent service.  
This is an exciting opportunity to work with leading specialist across multiple specialities in one of the most prestigious healthcare in central .

The proximity to Bond Street and Oxford Circus provides easy access to all major central London destinations, from Paddington to Heathrow Airport. Both the City of London and Canary Wharf are less than 10 minutes away, and with the completion of Crossrail our client will be one of the city’s most accessible and convenient locations for world-class healthcare. There is also ample local parking for those wishing to drive.

The local area is renowned for excellent restaurants and cafes, meaning a pleasant experience for friends and family should they choose to explore this corner of central London.


•    Experience in  General and ENT experience. 
•    Registered Nurses with current NMC registration (essential)
•    Registered ODP's with scrub training and registered with HCPCA minimum of 1-year post registration experience in a theatre setting (essential)
•    Current BLS certification (essential) ILS certification (preferred)
•    Excellent organisational skills
•    The ability to work autonomously as well as part of a team Excellent 
•    interpersonal and communication skills
•    The ability to set, implement and evaluate standards of practice


Staff Nurse Renal ( Experienced and Newly Qualifying)

Are you interested in Renal Ward/Acute Dialysis? 

•    Band 5 - Salary between £24,214 - £30, 112 (Depending on experience) 

We are currently working with one of the biggest NHS trust in the South West England to recruit experienced and qualifying nurses who are interested in joining the renal ward/ Acute dialysis. 

The Hospital is part of six Haemodialysis Satellite Units across Bristol area. Their Trust is a centre of excellence for the delivery of care for people with renal impairment and their teams are proud to participate in pioneering clinical trials, including H4RT, Prepare for Kidney Care and the Bioempendence Trial.

As a nurse working in their service you will be supported to learn the skills required to manage patients requiring renal replacement, both haemodialysis/haemodiafiltration and peritoneal dialysis, as well as gaining experience looking after those patients who have undergone a kidney transplant.
The trust is passionate about professional development. Within their Individual Performance Reviews, their nurses can share their personal career aspirations with the senior team and discuss opportunities available for additional training, including external specialist renal courses and internal management training hosted by the Learning and Development team.


•    Organise and participate in the delivery of high standards of evidence-based nursing care.
•    Take regular responsibility to carry out required planned, direct patient care to a high
•    standard without direct supervision in accordance with established nursing procedures and
•    policies.
•    To report to the appropriate members of the multidisciplinary team any significant changes in a patient’s condition or situation.
•    Responsible for taking charge of the ward/department on a regular basis in the absence of the person who has continuing responsibility.
•    Take personal responsibility as a team leader for the delivery of care of patients in a defined area.
•    To contribute towards health promotion for all patients by providing education, support and advice, as necessary Ensure referral to appropriate professionals or agencies as required.
•    Ensure the safe ordering, administration, and custody of patients’ medication according to Trust policies and procedures.
•    In the absence of senior staff be responsible for delegation and supervision of appropriate work to other qualified staff, health care assistants and students
•    Where relevant to be responsible for and assist in co-ordinating discharge planning in
partnership with the multidisciplinary team
•    Where relevant, responsible for the admission, assessment and preparation of patients undergoing treatment or investigations.
•    Escort patients to other wards or departments as required.


•    NHS Pension Scheme
•    Childcare Facilities
•    Personal and Professional Development
•    Staff Discount Brochure and Discounts Websites
•    Staff Lottery

So, if you are passionate about providing exceptional care and want to join a team who is making a difference in a one of the biggest trusts in the UK, apply now to learn more about this exciting role

Medical Secretary

Are you looking for a change in your career? 

We are working closely with a Clinic in Chelsea to find high calibre individuals who can combine exceptional secretarial skills, with a professional manner and collaborative approaches to join our highly specialised private outpatient and day clinic treating adults, adolescents and children with eating disorders, anxiety & depression at Chelsea.
You will support your team, take ownership, and provide efficient secretarial support to the Clinic and Consultants daily. 


•    Strong understanding and respect for confidentiality
•    Demonstrable experience of working in a team orientated office environment
•    Excellent and experienced typing skills
•    Excellent communication and interpersonal skills (written & verbal)
•    The ability to communicate effectively across all client groups / stakeholders
•    Ability to work effectively in a pressured / time sensitive environment
•    Highly proficient in Microsoft Office (Outlook, PowerPoint, Excel & Word) and other IT systems
•    Self-motivated with the demonstrable ability to prioritise and schedule work independently
•    Highly organised and detail orientated
•    Flexible in terms of working times and responsibilities e.g. out of hours work may be required with due notice to support Consultant / Patient requirements
•    AMSPAR qualification or equivalent (desirable)
•    Maintain professional conduct at all times, remaining calm and in control


•    Typing of clinical related documents from Consultants’ dictations, including medical reports
•    Formatting, proofreading, and sending all clinical letters through a secure platform
•    Scanning of relevant documentation onto our systems
•    Taking telephone calls, answering patient queries, and taking messages
•    Flexibility to cover reception when needed
•    Booking / amending patient clinic appointments
•    General housekeeping and filing
•    Liaising with patients to book appointments, answer patient queries and take messages for consultants
•    General office support during annual leave periods
•    Regularly assessing working practices to identify possible improvements and improve efficiency.


•    Competitive salary range
•    Employer matched pension scheme.
•    Private Medical Insurance
•    Travel Loan
•    Cycle to work scheme
•    The opportunity to develop your skills and expertise by working in a specialist environment alongside leading experts.

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