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Staff Nurse - A&E

Our client has released an exciting role for nurses, who would like to act as an individual practitioner and be responsible for the delivery of evidence-based care to patients. 
This post will allow you to work in a busy and caring environment, as well as gain experience which will contribute to growth and development. 

You will be working in an NHS Foundation Trust that provides services for approximately 900,000 people across Berkshire, Hampshire, Surrey and South Buckinghamshire. This hospital aims to provide the highest quality of care for patients, based on its core values which consists of Committed to Excellence, Working Together and Facing the Future. The services provided in this Hospital include general, specialist heart attack, vascular stroke, spinal cystic & Fibrosis.

Your responsibilities will include: 

  • Delivering quality care in the department 
  • Responsible for an identified care of clinical practice within departments 
  • Receive patients and their relatives in a calm, courteous and reassuring manner, ensuring they are kept informed of progress and treatment 
  • Maintain confidentiality of information regarding patients care at all times 
  • Act as a mentor to Student Nurses as necessary
  • To maintain nursing/patient records at a high standard within agreed protocols 
  • Keep abreast of current professional nursing issues 
  • Maintain own continuous professional development 
  • Ensure awareness of new initiatives and to assist with the department needs to meet national targets and objectives


  • Evidence of clinical competence and skills in critical care assessment
  • Basic Nursing Skills
  • IV drug administration
  • Care assessment
  • Sound clinical knowledge
  • Ability to work under pressure
  • Able to rotate to night duty


  • NHS Pension
  • Competitive pay 
  • Private medical insurance and much more!
  • Location: UK-Camberley GU16 7UJ
  • Career Level: Staff Nurse
  • Specialism: Adult/General
  • Working Hours: Full Time
  • Pay Band: Band 5

Staff Nurse - Orthopaedic

If you are and are interested in developing skills and experience in Orthopaedic Surgery, then this newly released role will fit your expectations.

Home to the one of the largest orthopaedic units in South East England, treatments include; Hip and knee, Spine, Pelvis, Foot and Ankle, Shoulder and Elbow, Wrist and Hand, Paediatric.

In this position, you will work as part of a team of nurses, health care assistants and be responsible for the assessing, planning, implementing and evaluating of nursing care.

Duties include:

  • To be responsible for the assessment, planning, implementation and evaluation of patient care with minimal supervision.
  • To implement and be responsible for maintaining high standards of patient care.
  • To carry out all administrative and nursing duties as delegated by the team leader and senior sister.
  • To organise and deploy staff according to their competence to meet patient’s needs.
  • To demonstrate a sound knowledge of infection control standards and promote these within the ward environment.
  • To refer to other disciplines utilising the Trusts electronic systems i.e. “Patient Centre” and “real time”.
  • To assist in promotion of health.
  • To act in accordance with policies and nursing procedures as per Trust policy.
  • To co-ordinate the team/ward in absence of the team leader or senior sister.
  • To ensure confidentiality of patient records and high standards of nursing documentation.
  • To be aware of the complaints procedure and be able to apply it as needed.
  • To escalate as appropriate any untoward incidents, complaints and ward/staff issues.
  • To participate in ongoing clinical supervision.
  • To maintain own personal portfolio/profile and to take responsibility for annual updates on current legislative/hospital issues.
  • To ensure all training undertaken is evaluated to determine its effectiveness in practice and to ensure all objectives have been met.
  • To assist in teaching programmes for student nurses/new staff and newly qualified nurses and contribute towards a positive learning environment.


  • Registered General Nurse
  • Current (or pending) NMC Registration
  • Self-motivated and uses own initiative
  • Able to work as an effective team member
  • Effective communication skills (written and verbal)
  • Good interpersonal skills with the ability to manage difficult/stressful situations
  • Able to prioritise workload (self and others) and meet deadlines
  • Time management and delegation skills with awareness of current professional nursing issues

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