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Theatre Practitioner

Are you looking to take your career to the next level?

If so, Our client in Cambridge is looking for a new theatre practitioner to join their highly skilled theatre team. Founded as a tuberculosis colony in 1918, our client has established an international reputation for excellence in research and innovation. Ninety-eight per cent of patients say they would recommend the Hospital to their friends and family.

Since carrying out the UK’s first successful heart transplant in 1979, the hospital also performed Europe's first successful heart-lung transplant in 1984 followed by the world's first heart-lung and liver in 1986. 

The hospital was granted Royal status by Her Majesty the Queen in 2017 in acknowledgement of the world-leading treatments and pioneering medical care that it produces. And with an outstanding CQC rating in all areas it isn’t hard to see why.

Requirements for the Theatre Practitioner

  • Registered Professional either Registered Nurse or Operating Department Practitioner
  • Mentorship/teaching qualification
  • Evidence of working within a similar environment
  • Post registration experience
  • Ability to treat all patient/employee information confidentially
  • Ability to prioritise and meet tight deadlines
  • Ability to communicate information verbally which maybe sensitive/difficult
  • Ability to work within a multidisciplinary team
  • Ability to work flexibly

Main duties for a Theatre Practitioner

  • You must be able yo provide planned care for patients undergoing anaesthetic and surgical procedures.  
  • You will assist in the management of work as required
  • To assist in the supervision, leadership and training of the theatre team when required.
  • Understand the need for effective communication with users of the service
  • Demonstrate effective and appropriate skills in communicating information, advice, instruction and professional opinion to colleagues, patients, clients, users, their relatives and carers seeking help when required.

Benefits

  • NHS Pension Scheme
  • Extensive retail discount scheme
  • Subsidised restaurant
  • Staff Recognition and Award Scheme
  • Membership options available at Frank Lee Centre Leisure & Fitness (campus gym)
  • Salary Sacrifice ‘Cycle to Work’ and ‘Car’ Scheme
  • Enhanced pay progression for Band 5 nurses
  • Career Progression Opportunities
  • Flexible working

Is this soemwhere you would like to work? Apply now!

Newly Qualified

Are you looking to take your career to the next level?

If so, keep reading! Our client in Cambridge is looking for a newly qualified staff nurse to join their amazing team. The Hospital has the UK’s largest Respiratory Support and Sleep Centre (RSSC). It is the only centre in the UK for several specialist services including Pulmonary Endarterectomy and Balloon Pulmonary Angioplasty (BPA) which makes it an exciting and prestigious place to work.

It is the only UK hospital who offer pulmonary endarterectomy surgery and have the second largest experience in the world. This is an operation – which can take up to 10 hours – to clear blood clots from the arteries of the lungs to reduce breathlessness and prolong life.

The Hospital is a member of Cambridge University Health Partners (CUHP), a partnership between one of the world's leading universities and three NHS Foundation Trusts. CUHP delivers world-class excellence in healthcare, research, clinical education and improves the health of people across Cambridgeshire and the wider regions.

They moved to a brand new, state-of-the-art building on the Cambridge Biomedical Campus in May 2019. And their beautiful, innovative building is even more of a reason to join their well-accomplished trust.

Requirements for Newly Qualified?

  • Proven evidence-based clinical practice
  • Utilised reflective practice
  • Registration with NMC
  • Diploma in Nursing
  • Knowledge of NMC Code of Conduct and professional practice guidance
  • Good theoretical and practical knowledge of nursing within the clinical area
  • Knowledge of clinical governance and quality
  • Aware of cultural and social influences on health and of the importance of respecting diversity and differences

Main duties for Newly qualified 

  • You will be using clinical knowledge/expertise, provide a high standard of skilled care to patients based on a full assessment of individual needs in consultation with the multi-professional team
  • You must be in consultation with patients, family and the multi-professional team, devise and evaluate care plans based on the assessment process, with realistic nursing goals
  • You need to ensure due regard is given to customs, values and spiritual beliefs of patients, carers and their relatives.
  • You must promote and role model effective communication within the multi-professional team
  • Important to act as a link nurse
  • You need to identify the learning needs of patients, relatives and staff and, in consultation with the ward/department manager, plan and implement programmes to meet those needs
  • You must maintain accurate electronic and/or manual clinical, patient and other records, as appropriate, ensuring that all documentation adheres to the Trust’s standards

Benefits

  • NHS Pension Scheme
  • Extensive retail discount scheme
  • Subsidised restaurant
  • Staff Recognition and Award Scheme
  • Membership options available at Frank Lee Centre Leisure & Fitness (campus gym)
  • Salary Sacrifice ‘Cycle to Work’ and ‘Car’ Scheme
  • Enhanced pay progression for Band 5 nurses
  • Career Progression Opportunities
  • Flexible working

Looking to kick start your career? Make sure you apply today!

Endoscopy Lead

Looking to become an Endoscopy Lead? 

Our Client in Bury, St Edmunds is looking for an Endoscopy Lead Practitioner to take charge of their flourishing endoscopy department. 

You will be required to support, coordinate and actively assist in the management and organisation of care provision within the Endoscopy Unit. Provide quality planned care for patients during their peri-procedure phase of care by delivering quality patient care through appropriate clinical supervision and managerial leadership.

Duties and Responsibilities 

  • To support, coordinate and actively assist in the management and organisation of care provision within the Endoscopy Unit. Provide quality planned care for patients during their peri-procedure phase of care by delivering quality patient care through appropriate clinical supervision and managerial leadership

  • Lead the team to deliver care that helps improve the health of the individual and wider community.

  • Lead the team in demonstrating compassion through effective relationships based on empathy, respect and dignity.

  • Develop own competence to deliver effective care and treatments through improving clinical/technical knowledge / skill, and expertise.

Requirements 

  • Registered Practitioner with NMC or HCPC registration.

  • 2 years Endoscopy experience

  • Basic and advanced Competence / qualification in Endoscopy Care and Decontamination.

  • Operators and Managers Course in Endoscopy Decontamination.

  • Teaching / Assessing / mentorship qualifications. Knowledge of appropriate standards and external bodies (Care Quality Commission, GRS, JAG, HTM 01 -06).

  • ILS.

  • Maths, English GCSE at grades A to C or equivalent functional skills level 2 evidence.

  • Proficient in the use of a PC, including the use of software and systems.

Benefits

  • Private Medical Scheme

  • Staff Pension Scheme

  • 25 days holiday per annum

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