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Senior Staff Nurse - ICU

We have an exciting opportunity for a Senior Staff Nurse to join a state-of-the-art facility located at the Harley street.  Currently looking for hard working, driven, skilled individuals who strive for excellence in everything they do to uphold their values of providing excellent patient care and the mission to be the most trusted hospital.

 

You will be working in their main hospital which spans across Harley Street and Devonshire Place, looking out onto Marylebone road. Their Intensive Care Unit is a 13 bedded state-of-the-art facility with modern technology and equipment which provides you with the optimal working conditions to look after your patients. It is known for its single rooms with natural lightning and an extraordinary nursing staffing model. The Clinic covers most specialities, including, Colorectal, Gastrointestinal, Gynaecology, Hepatobiliary, Neurosurgery, Orthopaedics, Spinal, Urology & Vascular surgery.

The hospital is close to tubes stations including Oxford Circus, Baker Street and Regents Park with attractions and social life such as madame Tussauds London, London eye and the Shard. You will be surrounded by some of London’s great sights.

 
Duties & Responsibilities

 

  • Responsible for the delivery of high standard patient centred care, as well as promote safe practice by monitoring individualised care provided by the staff members.
  • Make decisions about admission, discharge and appropriate placement of patients in liaison with patients’ Consultants, as well as closely liaise with the ICU Fellows, regarding care delivery & acute decision making.
  • Act as mentor to new starters, permanent staff on developmental courses and students, teaching and assessing them as appropriate.
  • Participation in Clinical Audit, and support senior colleagues, deputising for them in their absence.
  • Encourage good working relationships within the multidisciplinary team (both inter and intradepartmental & ensure accurate and comprehensive nursing records are maintained using appropriate documentation.

 

Benefits

 

  • Private Medical Healthcare
  • Pension Scheme (total contribution up to 17%)
  • 25 days annual leave plus bank holidays
  • Life Assurance
  • Discounted gym membership
  • Season ticket travel loan

Senior Staff Nurse - Surgical & Medical

A new position has been released for a Band 6 Senior Staff Nurse to join one of the largest leading private Hospitals in the UK. This is an exciting opportunity to be part of their busy orthopaedics ward! 


You will be working with a superb team in a recently refurbished ward, specialising in orthopaedics, trauma, spinal injections and surgery, to deliver an extremely high standard of care.

In addition to this the ward also cares for general surgery and medical patients. It has 17 en-suite private rooms and opens 24 hours a day each day of the week.
 

Duties

  • Acting as a role model and expert clinical practitioner.
  • Supporting in the day to day operational management of the ward during night shifts.
  • To assist in the safe, effective and efficient management of the department, within allocated resources.
  • To undertake delegated responsibility for the department, in the absence of the Ward Manager.
  • Carry out planned care for a group of patients.
  • Ensure the assessment, planning, implementation and evaluation of evidence based, individualised patient care.
  • Assist in performing safe effective care for patients requiring advanced clinical skills.
  • Recognise when changes in patients condition occur and take appropriate action.
  • Assist in carrying out extended roles to ensure best clinical practice.
  • Assist and advise unregistered staff in the delivery of patient care.
  • Assist in the safe transfer of critically ill patients.
  • Maintain accurate clinical observations of the patient and act accordingly and appropriately.
  • Undertake nursing procedures.
  • Have responsibility for the correct administration and custody of medicines according to Hospital policy.
  • Assist with the management of distressing and emotional situations.
  • Have the knowledge and expertise to act appropriately in emergency situations.
  • Act as the patient’s advocate.
  • Assess the needs of patients, relatives and carers and provide them with information as requested.
  • Promote healthy living through health education.
  • Ensure patient are referred to appropriate clinical support teams.
 

Requirements

  • Experience at Band 5 or above in relevant role.
  • Demonstrable practice that is evidence based and up to date.
  • Experience of working with teams, motivating and empowering them to deliver excellent standards of patient care.
  • Experience of identifying and dealing with risks encountered within own practice.
  • Experience of supporting junior or less experienced staff to improve standards of patient care.
  • Able to supports less experienced or junior staff to respond to feedback in positive manner setting objectives as required.
  • Able to use professional knowledge and experience to influence decision making processes, in order to improve outcomes for patients and staff.
  • Able to use assertive communication skills to achieve collaborative solutions to challenging situations.
  • Able to conduct audits in objective and efficient manner.
 

Benefits

The hospital is passionate about providing our employees with a supportive and engaging environment. As well as ongoing development and training, they offer employees a wide range of benefits; from 27 days annual leave, generous private healthcare cover, contributory pension schemes – including continuation of the NHS pension.
  • Competitive pay with progressive band structuring
  • Private healthcare cover of up to £20,000 per year
  • Ongoing training and development programmes
  • Discounts at local, national and online shops
  • Interest-free season ticket loans
  • Cycle to work loan scheme
  • Employee “Service Excellence” recognition rewards

Staff Nurse - Oncology

We have an exciting opportunity for a Registered Nurse with previous oncology experience, to join a state-of-the-art facility located on Harley street.

Currently looking for hard working, driven, skilled individuals who strive for excellence in everything they do, to uphold their values of providing excellent patient care and the mission to be the most trusted hospital.

The hospital has 20 beds, 10 theatres, an endoscopy unit, a radiology unit, dialysis and an Intensive Care Unit. You’ll work across inpatient and outpatient acute oncology wards, as well as Radiotherapy Services, building your expertise at the heart of a superb team.

The hospital is close to tubes stations including Oxford Circus, Baker Street and Regents Park with attractions and social life such as madame Tussauds London, London eye and the Shard. You will be surrounded by some of London’s great sights. 

Role

  • Facilitate the provision of a co-ordinated, high quality inpatient service
  • To be in charge and act as deputy when the manager/deputy manager is absent
  • To partake in practice development within the clinic
  • Adhere to the NMC code
  • Facilitating junior staff to achieve optimum and clinical performance in patient care

Requirements

  • Effective registration with the NMC 
  • Ability to prioritise patient care
  • Ability to work autonomously and as part of a team
  • Oncology nursing experience
  • Highly motivated individual who possesses strong communication & organisational skills

Benefits 

  • Season ticket loan for transportation 
  • Fitness First gym membership
  • Private Health insurance
  • GP appointments
  • Generous pension
  • O2 Discount on tariffs 

If this job is for you, do not hesitate, we are available to assist you today!
 

Staff Nurse - Elderly

This is a great opportunity to fulfil your potential in hospitals that make history. 

About the hospital 

We are working closely with a leading NHS trust to look for Band 5 nurses, who are passionate about Elderly Care to work at one of their sites in London.  You will be working as part of an experienced team to deliver exceptional care to patients. 
The hospitals have a team of specialist staff who provide care alongside dementia specialists and art therapists. They also have pet therapy and have a full programme of music therapy to ensure their patients remain active and engaged throughout their stay. This Hospital consists of 3 award winning Medicine for the Elderly Wards. With support from their charities, they have recently refurbished the wards, to ensure they are achieving the highest standard of care for patients, with an environment that provides comfort, safety and support for their stay. 

This hospital has quick transport access to the Westfield shopping and leisure centre, the West End and a range of local bars, cafes and restaurants - ideal for team socials!

If it is your ambition to be a great nurse, this is a great opportunity to gain excellent experience in the speciality of Medicine for the Elderly.

Benefits

Opportunities for career development
Flexible working and wellbeing
Staff recognition scheme
Cycle to work and car lease schemes
Season ticket loan 
Onsite leisure facilities

Get in touch today to find out more and secure your place!

 

Staff Nurse - Respiratory

We are currently working with one of the leading NHS Hospitals in the UK. This is a specialist hospital renowned for its strong research connections. They provide care for over a million patients from North West London and beyond every year. The Hospital has a rich heritage and an ambitious vision for the future, for patients and local communities.

This NHS Hospital has excellent transport links to London and its surrounding areas and are currently looking for nurses to join their experienced Acute Respiratory team, to provide the best patient care. 

This is also a great opportunity for Newly Qualified Nurses and those looking for a new challenge. 
You will be exposed to a dedicated 8 bed Acute Respiratory Unit, where specific care is provided for patients requiring Non-Invasive Ventilation (NIV), Tracheostomy care & use monitoring also blood gas analysis, to ensure patients have the support they need at the earliest opportunity. 
They have a nurse patient ratio of 1:2, making this a great place to work if you are looking to develop your acute respiratory skills.

The Hospital will invest in your developing by providing specialist training, support, respiratory courses and competencies in respiratory nursing to allow you to grow and develop within the speciality.

Benefits include:

  • Opportunities for career development,
  • Flexible working and wellbeing
  • Staff recognition scheme

Optional benefits:

  • Cycle to work and car lease schemes
  • Season ticket loan
  • Membership options for onsite leisure facilities

They are currently considering all nurses who are committed and enthusiastic to delivering high standards of care in the exciting field of respiratory medicine. So if you are looking for a new challenge in an amazing environment, get in touch today!
 

Staff Nurse - Surgical

We have an amazing opportunity for you to develop your skills in surgery, as well as a wide range of specialties. Training will be provided to you, as well as support & progression. 

As a nurse, you will be working part of a team delivering patient care of high standard. Your duties will include: 

 

  • Working with patients who have attended for trauma, emergency or elective status
  • Being responsible for dressings wound care in all units 
  • Working closely with members of the multidisciplinary team, including Physiotherapists and Occupational Therapists 
  • Caring for all patients during their stay within ASCR pre and post operatively, including any rehabilitation they may require
  • Being part of the preoperative assessments and outpatient's clinic 
  • Caring for emergency patients admitted under the care of all surgical specialities 
  • Providing additional support to other areas within the ASCR division, as and when required 
  • Embracing the core values of the Trust at all times

Requirements:

  • NMC Registered General Nurse
  • Awareness and Understanding of NMC code of professional conduct 
  • Have a positive and dynamic approach to providing safe and effective delivery of care
  • Excellent communication skills with fluency in English

You will also receive amazing benefits:

  • Pension scheme 
  • £4000 relocation scheme 
  • Private medical insurance 
  • Life insurance 
  • Training 
  • Competitive salary

Get in touch today to secure your place!

Staff Nurse - Dialysis

We have an exciting opportunity in a dialysis clinic for a registered nurse who wants to make a difference in our patients’ lives.  The new, purpose-built kidney treatment centre is located in Sidcup -Kent, 20 minutes from central London by train. 

This Clinic is in partnership with Guy’s and St Thomas’ NHS Foundation Trust, to deliver dialysis services to NHS patients. You will work closely with the NHS multidisciplinary team and have the support of the Dialysis Matron and access to Guy’s and St Thomas’ training and development.

You will provide patient care according to the Clinic’s procedures, in order to increase the quality of life for our patients. A comprehensive professional training programme will be provided to you, including on-the-job training, e-learning and access to our in-house education programme ‘d Academy’.


RESPONISIBILITIES

  • Take ownership of care programmes for renal patients, including the initiation and termination of dialysis, whilst providing stable clinical care, emotional support and independence for patients
  • Working in partnership with the NHS team, follow the tailored care plans to administer medications, fluid therapy or other appropriate treatments as per Consultant instructions, ensuring clinical activity is appropriately documented in the patient medical record
  • Review pre and post haemodialysis care with patient
  • Discuss health concerns with patient; review any concerns with the multi-disciplinary team as necessary
  • Prepare and monitor dialysis machines & systems, in line with Diaverum processes
  • Monitor dialysis water treatment system, for use according to the established procedures
  • Act as a named staff nurse for a group of assigned patients, ensuring great care is provided at all times
  • Proactively participate in quality and service improvement programmes

REQUIREMENTS

  • NMC Registered General Nurse
  • Awareness and understanding of NMC code of professional conduct
  • Be able to work autonomously and within a multi-disciplinary team
  • 1 year+ experience in general nursing
  • Applications from newly qualified Nurses are also welcomed (Haemodialysis would be an advantage but not essential) as full training is provided
  • Have a positive and dynamic approach to providing safe and effective delivery of care
  • Excellent communication skills with fluency in English

SHIFT PATTERN

Full Time: 37.5 hours per week, Monday to Saturday,
Location: Sidcup
Mon-Wed-Fri: 06.30-15.00 (early) 14.30-23.00 (late)
Tues-Thus-Sat: 06.30-18.30 (long day)

BENEFITS

  • Competitive Salary, pay includes Unsocial Payments* and a Location Allowance*
  • Relocation allowance *
  • Post subject to References, Identification, DBS and OH checks
  • 27 days annual leave (plus Bank Holidays) increasing with service
  • Life Assurance
  • Discounted Fitness Membership
  • Auto-Enrolment Company Pension
     

Staff Nurse - Cardiac

Speciality: Cardiology 
Salary band: Band 5 
Working hours: 37.5 hours per week

Positions: 
Cardiac Band 5 Roles in
Critical Care Unit 
Cardio-thoracic Ward 
CCU Location

We are currently working with one of the leading NHS Hospitals in the UK. This is a specialist hospital renowned for its strong research connections. It offers a range of services, including renal, haematology, cancer and cardiology care and provides the regional specialist heart attack centre. The Acton site also hosts the clinical sciences centre of the Medical Research Council.
You will have access to many facilities, including places to eat, a Chaplaincy, Prayer rooms, a multi-faith room, and premium Wi-Fi services.

They are currently looking for Cardiac nurses to join their experienced team, to provide the best patient care. This is also a great opportunity for Newly Qualified Nurses and those looking for a new challenge. 

Aim of the role:

  • To provide high quality compassionate care to all patients
  • To be professional & accountable for own actions and to work within the guidelines policies and procedures of the Trust
  • Provide support and individualised care to patients, relatives & carers, in collaboration with the multi professional team, keeping in line with the local and national targets
  • At all times ensure that the needs of the patient are placed at the centre of care delivery
  • To be flexible in the approach to the clinical area and provide cover for any area specified

Benefits:

Benefits include opportunities for career development, flexible working and wellbeing, plus a staff recognition scheme. Also, take advantage of optional benefits including the cycle to work and car lease schemes, season ticket loan or membership options for onsite leisure facilities.

If this is for you and would like to discuss it further, please contact the team today.
 

Staff Nurse - Outpatients

Location: South West London
Working hours: Full time 37.5 hours, spilt between long days and nights, 8am-8.30pm
Salary: Dependant on experience
On call system
 

Our Client is a well-known and respected healthcare provider that is dedicated to helping people live longer, healthier, happier lives. Presently looking for brilliant nurses who will put patients at the heart of everything they do. 
The hospital is in the centre of Kensington, London. As an Outpatient Nurse, you will work as part of a close-knit team providing excellent patient focussed care, within the outpatient’s department. You’ll be a caring and compassionate nurse, delivering a high standard of care to our patients. We value all of our people and will provide you support and a great place to work.  

Duties

  • Delivery and management of direct nursing care
  • Plan and organise own workload in order to meet patient’s needs
  • Understand the principles of delivering prescribed treatment safely, to achieve positive patient outcomes
  • Within a system of case management, co-ordinate and monitor the progress of patient care and report any variance appropriately
  • Practice multidisciplinary team care and contribute actively towards its successful management

Requirements

  • Registered Nurse with a valid NMC PIN Number
  • Experience within Outpatients or Clinics
  • Excellent team player
  • Ability to work under pressure
  • Desire to go above and beyond in your job role
  • Commitment to your own professional development

Benefits

  • Career opportunities to move into other roles
  • Health insurance
  • 25 days holiday each year (pro rata for part time employees), increasing to 27 days after 5 years’ service
  • Option to buy and sell 5 days holiday
  • You’re paid for all Bank holidays
  • Contributory pension scheme
  • Annual bonus scheme 
  • Annual pay review
  • Discounts on company products
  • Discounted gym membership
  • Subsidised staff restaurant
  • Free health assessment

Staff Nurse - Oncology

If you are an oncology nurse looking for a new opportunity where your skills will be utilised, while developing and growing in a prestigious environment, then this is a perfect position for you!

Currently recruiting for one of the most well-known and respected healthcare businesses in the world. They are looking for surgical nurses to join the experienced team at their state-of-the-art hospital. You will be part of a system that aims to provide the highest level of healthcare by helping people live longer, healthier and happier lives.  

This position will require you to ensure the provision of high-quality evidence-based nursing care in a clinical setting and you will work as part of a multidisciplinary team, being responsible for the care the team delivers.

The hospital is continuously investing in standards and the technology, to keep them at the forefront of clinical advancement. This hospital is in the heart of Kensington, London, so you will be surrounded by all the great sights that London has to offer and great places to visit.

Requirements

  • First level registration
  • Must have a current ILS certificate or be prepared to undertake the course within the first 3 months
  • Appropriate experience in a Staff Nurse role
  • Evidence of continuous professional development
  • Experience in risk assessment
  • Venepuncture competent
  • Wound care competent
  • Knowledge of NMC Codes and guidelines and their implications for practice
  • Appropriate knowledge of NMC revalidation process
  • Strong communication skills, written and verbal presentation skills & report writing
  • Computer literate
  • Honest, open-minded, treats colleagues with dignity and respect
  • Highly energetic, proactive and motivated to deliver high standards of nursing care

Full time 37.5 hours, shift patterns:
Spilt between long days and nights (8:00am-8.30pm)
£2000 Golden Handshake

Staff Nurse - Paediatric, Oncology & Haematology

You will be part of an institution whose service is about people; staff, patients, partners and the public.
Their values are a moral compass: Together – Safe | Kind | Excellent – every aspect of work in the Trust sets their standards not just to their patients but to each other as colleagues. 

About the hospital 

This Hospital is one of the largest and best-known hospitals in the UK. Comprising of two trusts, offering general, specialist, women's and maternity care respectively.

As well as delivering care it is also is:

  • a leading national centre for specialist treatment for rare or complex conditions
  • a government-designated biomedical research centre
  • one of only five academic health science centres in the UK
  • a university teaching hospital with a worldwide reputation
  • a partner in the development of the Cambridge Biomedical Campus

Division A - The areas that have vacancies are listed below: 

Paediatric Recovery 

You will be part of the Paediatric Recovery team responsible for delivering care across the trust.
This unit has a 10 bedded day surgery ward and a 7 bedded Paediatric Recovery ward. You will also care for children and young people in other areas within the trust.

As a staff nurse in this team you will develop a range of skills, from admitting and discharging day case surgeries, to caring for acutely unwell surgical patients. We pride ourselves on our supportive team, our ability to teach acute skills in A-E assessment and pain management.

Division C - The areas that have vacancies are listed below:

Paediatric Emergency Department

Working in the co-located paediatric ED, you will experience life on the front line. You will be treating children from 0-16 and will be supported by the departments Practice Development Team. The hospital also provides advanced life support courses. 

Division E – The areas that have vacancies are listed below:

Paediatric Oncology and Haematology

This is a great opportunity for newly qualified and experienced paediatric nurses, in both our inpatient and day unit areas looking after children aged 0-16 years, with Haematological and Oncological conditions at this Regional Treatment Centre. The inpatient area Ward C2 also cares for children with general medical conditions.

General Surgery/Ward D2, a busy 22 bedded general paediatric surgery ward, specialising in orthopaedics, neurosurgery and plastic surgery, to name a few specialities. Specialising in caring for children ages 0-16 years, this ward is where trauma and complex neurosurgical treatments are taken place.

Why work for this Hospital?

  • Their values and reputation for outstanding care
  • Opportunities to experience a range of specialities
  • Career and development opportunities
  • Preceptorship and mentoring programmes delivered by a dedicated clinical education support team
  • Research experience and opportunities
  • £1000 Welcome Subsidy on commencement and up to a further £3000 loan to support your resettlement and contribute towards a deposit or first months’ rent, subject to eligibility
  • Lovely location and quality of life
  • Excellent schools/colleges and transport links (road, rail and air)
     

Staff Nurse - Surgical

One of the biggest NHS trusts are looking for an enthusiastic nurse to join their surgical team. Based in London, the hospital is renowned for its strong research connections. They also host the clinical sciences centre of the Medical Research Council. 

If you want to be part of a busy, continuously improving research hospital, this is the position for you. 

YOUR RESPONSIBILITIES WILL INCLUDE:  

  • Providing high quality, effective, individualised nursing care to patients across all three sites by assessing their needs and developing, implementing and evaluating care plans without supervision.
  • Maintaining accurate clinical observations of patients.
  • Assisting in the teaching and development of nursing assistants and students, helping them to achieve their learning outcomes. 

 
REQUIREMENTS:

  • NMC registered
  • Good clinical skills and a commitment developing them further
  • Knowledge of care planning, preceptorship, reflection and clinical supervision
  • Good written and verbal communication skills
  • Basic IT skills

BENEFITS:

  • NHS pension scheme
  • Chaplaincy service
  • Restaurant on site
  • Free Wi-Fi
  • Flexible hours
  • Health at work
  • Personal development, training and education
     

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