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Staff Nurse - Wards

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

If so, We are proud to announce that our client is now recruiting for Registered Nurse to join their hospital, they are looking for a first level Registered Nurse with great communication skills and is committed to delivering the highest standard of care and service to our patients. 

Our client is based in West London and is extremley well located for travel connectivity. Our client is a private organisation and is one of few remainign independent hospitals in the country.

Requirements 

  • Registered Nurse (Adult) Part 1 of the NMC register
  • 12 months post-registration
  • 6 months continuous post-registration
  • A team player and good communication skills are essential with the ability to work under pressure and follow instruction
  • Ability to prioritise workload
  • Attention to detail
  • Numerate
  • Ability to work as part of a team
  • Problem solving skills
  • Commitment to personal and professional development
  • Flexible and responsive to change
  • Planning and organisation skills.

Duties

  • Important to participate in the assessment, development, implementation and evaluation of programmes of care, providing specialist advice within the clinical area.
  • You will manage the nursing care of patients in accordance with the agreed policies of New Victoria Hospital, ensuring appropriate use of resources and safety of patients.
  • Must maintain a high standard of patient care by the practice of a systematic approach to individualised patient care.
  • You will need to be able to develop clinical practice and professional competence.
  • You need to work and liaise with consultant users and other disciplines as appropriate within the hospital, always striving to provide high quality service.
  • Important that you promote and implement the requirements of the hospital’s Clinical Governance framework
  • You have to observe the clinical policies, procedures and standards within the ward/hospital.
  • Must observe and report on the condition of patients to the Nurse in Charge and medical staff, to receive and carry out instructions/assist as required.
  • You will have to assess needs, plan, implement and evaluate programmes of care.
  • Important to supervise and participate in nursing procedures and treatments to the highest standards according to current accepted practice.
  • Must adhere to the hospital’s policy for the storage, ordering and administration of all drugs and medicines.
  • Important to observe the hospital policy on intravenous drug administration.
  • Need to ensure that accurate nursing records are maintained and that there is a comprehensive giving and receiving of hand-over reports.
  • You will have to participate in patients’ treatments which require intensive/high dependency nursing care, giving adequate explanation to the patient.
  • Need to participate in the admission, transfer and discharge of patients, arranging relevant services and documentation.
  • Important to keep the Nurse in Charge/Director of Clinical Services informed of any changes and any matters relating to patients, staff or wards.
  • Must liaise with other departments and services to co-ordinate patients’ investigations and treatments.

Benefits

  • Private medical insurance 
  • life assurance cover 
  • Contributory pension scheme 
  • Staff counselling service 
  • Cycle to work scheme 
  • Subsidised meals on duty 

If this sounds like something you are interested in, then apply today!

Registered Care Nurse - Days

Are you tired of long-winded night shifts ?

If so you are reading the right advert ! why not join a great, health enthusiastic team in tackling the challenge of helping patients on a day to day basis. Doing what most can not do, but at the same time doing what every healthcare professional loves... Helping people. If you share this same natural inclination to care and help those who need it then this is the perfect role for you.

Our Client is looking for a results driven individual to join them in there West Midlands site where you could work in a clean, pristine and professional institution surrounded my the peaceful nature of the town. In your breaks you can visit the New Art Gallery Walsall or go sight seeing to view the Arboretum or the locally infamous Barr Beacon. Do not be one to miss out on a opportunity that can free your nights so you can spend time with loved ones. 

Duties and Responsibilities 

  • Assist clients with personal care tasks, such as washing, dressing, eating and toileting.
  • Perform light housekeeping tasks, such as dusting, vacuuming and changing bed clothes.
  • Assist in the safe lifting, transferring, repositioning and movement of clients.
  • Observe, monitor and record clients’ physical and emotional well-being, and promptly report any changes to senior staff.
  • Meeting patient and their families to inform them of the role of the Care Assistant; commencing the care plan; offering information regarding treatments, procedures, prescriptions, and continuing care.
  • Participating in interdisciplinary meetings to develop care plans in conjunction with other care providers; ensuring smooth care plan advancement; promoting peer support; educating colleagues on case management practises.
  • Supervising quality and delivery of care by carrying out patient rounds; documenting care and  progress towards desired care outcome; identifying and correcting digression from the documented plan of care; reviewing progress with patients in conjunction with the principal care provider; working alongside external departments to agree and expedite tests, procedures, and consultations; reporting staff and performance concerns to the manager; maintaining communication with operation staff regarding deviation from the care plan or transfer/release plan.
  • Measuring effectiveness of plan by evaluating the results of care with the interdisciplinary team; providing care improvement recommendations.
  • Act in accordance with with hospital and legal requirements; fostering treatment practices and standards of care that comply to the values of the hospital and nursing division; observance of governing regulations.
  • Follows policies and procedures to prevent the spread of diseases and illnesses amongst self, colleagues, and patients.
  • Maintaining patient confidentiality and respecting the rights of patients.
  • Creating and implementing organisation procedures to maintain quality standards.
  • Recording patient information in the patient care database as it becomes available; backing up data; validating findings and reports.

Benefits 

  • Continuous training and realistic development.
  • Free onsite car park.
  • Company pension scheme.
  • Competitive pay rates.

Are you a suitable candidate ?

  • Qualified Nurse (RGN/RMN)
  • Experience within elderly nursing is preferable
  • UK PIN number

Senior Staff Nurse-Oncology

Would you like to work within an independantly owned non-profit hospital?

If so, this could be the perfect opportunity for you.

A new position has just been released for an experienced oncology Senior Staff Nurse to join one of the leading Private Hospitals in the UK. This is an exciting opportunity to be part of their dynamic nursing team.

If you would like to work with an independently owned non-profit hospital, where they pride themselves on their values, and putting the patient at the heart of everything they do this opportunity is for you. Providing exceptional care since 1932, they have 8 premises where they perform highly complex procedures as well as routine surgery & medicine.

Within the hospital there is an exciting opportunity for a band 6 Senior Staff Nurse to join the Oncology & Haematology Outpatient JACIE accredited team.
The main hospital spans 8 floors comprising of 234 beds and 10 theatres, and includes an award-winning cancer centre, which includes state-of-the-art radiotherapy, chemotherapy suites and 47 dedicated patient bedrooms for Oncology & Haematology patients.

The Oncology & Haematology Outpatient department comprises of 22 individual areas for outpatient treatment. It also has two fully enclosed private rooms for outpatients who require extra privacy during their treatment. Our patients attend for day case chemotherapy and related treatments and/or consultant appointments. We currently have 5 apheresis machines, where donors/ patients attend for peripheral blood stem cell donation.

The hospital is close to tubes stations including Regents Park, great Portland Street, Baker Street and Marylebone. As well as main line connections to Marylebone and Euston with attractions and social life such as madame Tussauds London, London eye and the Shard all within a 30-minute travel. You will be surrounded by some of London’s great sights.

Duties & Responsibilities

  • To facilitate the provision of a co-ordinated, high quality inpatient service to cancer patients in consultation with the inpatient manager.
  • To be able to take charge of the ward as required
  • To partake in practice development forums within and external to the Clinic.
  • To work clinically and to adhere to the NMC Code.
  • Enable clinical effectiveness by mentoring /facilitating junior staff to achieve optimum competence and clinical performance in patient care.

Requirements:

  • Registered General Nurse
  • Post registration course within this specialist field (such as Chemotherapy Administration)
  • Minimum of 2 years’ experience in Oncology Nursing
  • Can describe the impact of cancer on patients and their families
  • Evidence of good interpersonal and communication skills
  • Computer literate
  • Ability to work autonomously and as a team member
  • Able to demonstrate leadership skills
  • Collaborative skills

Benefits:

  • Contribution Pension Scheme
  • 25 Days Annual Leave
  • Private Medical Healthcare
  • Season Ticket Travel Loan
  • A Wide Range of Discounts with Retailers and Services
  • Clear Career Development Plan

Staff Nurse - Outpatients

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

I am very pleased to announce our client is now looking for a Registered Nurse in their Outpatients department they are looking for a dedicated and enthusiastic nurse to join their Outpatient team. 

Our client is based in Kingston Upon Thames where they offer excellent working conditions, encouraging and supporting personal and professional development. They are looking to invest in you and support you wherever is needed for you to develop.

Are you right for this role?

  • Registered Nurse (Adult) Part 1 of the NMC register
  • 6 months continuous post-registration nursing experience is essential
  • Relevant Outpatient Department experience is desirable
  • A team player and good communication skills are essential with the ability to work under pressure and follow instruction
  • Ability to prioritise workload
  • Attention to detail
  • Ability to work as part of a team
  • Problem solving skills
  • Commitment to personal and professional development
  • Flexible and responsive to change
  • Planning and organisational skills

Duties

  • Critical you maintain current registration with the NMC through revalidation and comply with the NMC Code Standards of conduct, performance and ethics for nurses and midwives.
  • Important to promote effective teamwork through good communication and example.
  • Must ensure that the dignity, safety and well-being of the patient are respected at all times.
  • You must observe the codes of confidentiality and loyalty to patients, medical staff and colleagues.
  • You will participate in the production and implementation of programmes for evaluating nursing policies and procedures, ensuring the highest standards according to current practice.
  • Must understand the principles, and practice the correct procedures, regarding Fire, Infection Control, CPR, Health and Safety and Manual Handling.
  • Important that you attend mandatory training updates annually.
  • Must carry out delegated duties within the sphere of capability and authority.
  • You need to keep abreast of professional and clinical developments by attending seminars,courses, reading appropriate journals and participating in nursing research.
  • Must maintain own personal and professional development.
  • You will behave with integrity and dignity always in support of the Director of Clinical Services and the hospital.

Benefits 

  • Private Medical Insurance 
  • Contributory pension scheme 
  • Staff counselling service 
  • Cycle to work scheme 
  • Subsidised meal on duty 

Staff Nurse - Oncology

Do you want to offer outstanding care every time?

If so, this could be the perfect opportunity for you.

A new position has just been released for an experienced oncology or acute medical Staff Nurse to join one of the leading Private Hospitals in the UK. This is an exciting opportunity to be part of their dynamic nursing team.

Would you like to work with an independently owned non-profit hospital, where they pride themselves on their values, and putting the patient at the heart of everything they do? Providing exceptional care since 1932, they have 8 premises where they perform highly complex procedures as well as routine surgery & medicine.

Within the hospital there is an exciting opportunity for a band 5 Staff Nurse to join the Oncology & Haematology Outpatient JACIE accredited team.
The main hospital spans 8 floors comprising of 234 beds and 10 theatres, and includes an award-winning cancer centre, which includes state-of-the-art radiotherapy, chemotherapy suites and 47 dedicated patient bedrooms for Oncology & Haematology patients.

The Oncology & Haematology Outpatient department comprises of 22 individual areas for outpatient treatment. It also has two fully enclosed private rooms for outpatients who require extra privacy during their treatment. Our patients attend for day case chemotherapy and related treatments and/or consultant appointments. We currently have 5 apheresis machines, where donors/ patients attend for peripheral blood stem cell donation.

The hospital is close to tubes stations including Regents Park, great Portland Street, Baker Street and Marylebone. As well as main line connections to Marylebone and Euston with attractions and social life such as madame Tussauds London, London eye and the Shard all within a 30-minute travel. You will be surrounded by some of London’s great sights.

Duties & Responsibilities

  • Responsible for the delivery of high standards of care and service to the patients, & to work within a team to provide assessment and evaluation of care.
  • Administer chemotherapy and other anti-cancer treatments.
  • Use evidence-based practice, quality assurance and clinical audit in all aspects of nursing care.
  • Act as a role model, with a willingness to be a mentor to student nurses and health care assistants.
  • Encourage good working relationships within the multidisciplinary team, & deputising for Sister / Charge Nurses in their absence

Requirements:

  • RN (Adult)
  • Valid NMC registration
  • 1-year minimum post registration experience in oncology or in acute medicine.
  • Experience in the administration of cytotoxic drugs and relevant qualification
  • Facilitating support for pre-registration students
  • Clinical Governance Framework
  • To have evidence of professional development.
  • Knowledge of oncological conditions & diseases.
  • Knowledge of cytotoxic drugs & therapies.
  • Experience of peripheral and central venous access devices.
  • Cannulation & phlebotomy
  • IT literate
  • Articulate in spoken and written English.
  • Smart appearance  

Benefits:

  • Contribution Pension Scheme
  • 25 Days Annual Leave
  • Private Medical Healthcare
  • Season Ticket Travel Loan
  • A Wide Range of Discounts with Retailers and Services
  • Clear Career Development Plan

Staff Nurse - Pre Assessments

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

Our client is now recruiting for a Pre-Assessment nurse to join their prestigious hospital. They are looking for a dedicated and enthusiastic nurse to join their Outpatient team. 

Our client is based in Central London and has great travel links for trains, buses and cars. Our client is a prestigous private organisation with fantastic facilities all around the hospital. 

Duties 

  • Must contributing to the daily requirements of the pre assessment service ensuring safe and efficient care.
  • Need to ensure all patients are prepared physically and psychologically for surgery, understand the purpose of their operation and are ready to proceed.
  • Must have phlebotomy, ECG, observations, taking various samples
  • Need to effectively communicate with patients and the multidisciplinary team
  • Important to ensure the best use of all resources to achieve a safe and efficient service
  • Must undertake risk assessment for the patient anaesthetically and surgically. 
  • Important that once you have assessed by phone, to identify patients at risk and invite for assessment in person, perform investigations and referrals as necessary.
  • Must be aware of current trends and developments maintaining professional awareness of new procedures and terminology. 
  • You will advise patients of their pre – operative medication requirements. 
  • Must maintain accurate patient records, completing documentation to ensure seamless multidisciplinary communication. 
  • You must assist with the orientation of new staff. 
  • Important for you to attend ward meetings / feedback sessions / forums
  • Also completing mandatory training, local training, ward and equipment competencies as required by your job role.

Benefits

  • Free restaurant quality meal whilst on duty
  • Annual leave entitlement of 35 days inclusive of bank holidays, increasing with long service.
  • Private healthcare
  • Staff Referral scheme
  • Company pension scheme
  • In house training
  • Interest free travel loan.
  • Help to buy a bike
  • Uniform is provided and laundered free of charge.
  • Range of discounts via our employee discount portal such as Cinema tickets, Eyecare, Shopping vouchers etc.

Am I right for this role?

  • NMC Registered 
  • Pre/Post-operative nursing experience.
  • Competence across a range of nursing skills.

Scrub Nurse

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

We are proud to announce our client is looking for a scrub to join their hospital and there is no better time to join them. 2020 is here and what better way to start it with a brand new job. 

Our client is based in Wimbledon where they have easy access into Central London. It has 4 Theatres PACU with an Endoscopy room and a sterile department where you can develop and progress in your career.

Duties

  • It’s important to provide quality planned care for patients during their peri-operative phase of care.
  • You must support and assist in the management and organisation of care provision within the Operating Department.
  • You will take full responsibility and ownership of your professional development plan. 
  • Must demonstrate the ability to prioritise and evaluate work carried out by self. 
  • Need to Adhere to Aspen Healthcare Policies. 
  • You will support the HCA’s in their role. 
  • Important that you comply with our clients and their departmental policies to provide a safe and effective environment for both patients and staff. 
  • You will work under the direct supervision of the Senior Theatre Team.
  • Must make sure that any accidents or complaints are fully documented and that the appropriate manager is informed.
  • Must complete all written documentation in a timely manner and to a legible standard.
  • You will act a role model.
  • You need to be aware of and comply with all infection prevention and control policies and ensure best practice is maintained to ensure low infection rates. 
  • Important that you administer drugs and fluids to the appropriate at our client’s policy.
  • You will have to communicate appropriately with others involved in the care of the patient.
  • Need to proactively monitor the patients level of discomfort/ pain and take appropriate actions to ensure the patient is comfortable.

Staff Benefits

  • Competitive salaries.
  • Career development opportunities 
  • Comprehensive induction 
  • Support for continuing professional development. 
  • Investing in You training programme 
  • Company funded Practical Health Plan. 
  • Medical cover and free staff health screens. 
  • Pension scheme. 
  • Annual leave entitlement that increases with service. 
  • Childcare vouchers. 
  • Employee Assistance programme 
  • Cycle to work scheme 
  • On – site restaurant

Are you the right person for the role?

  • NMC Registered 
  • Up-to- date clinical and professional knowledge and its application in day-to-day practice. 
  • One to one teaching 
  • Excellent written and verbal communication. 
  • Ability to prioritise and organise own work. 
  • Able to work within a team.
  • Medical cover and free staff health screens.
  • Childcare vouchers. 
  • Retail, Leisure and holiday discounts.
  • Company funded Practical Health Plan.

Sound like something you want to know more about?

Would you like to progress quickly?

If so, apply today and start your career in the right way. 
 

Clinical Nurse Specialist - Colorectal

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

If so, you will pleased to know Our client is a prestigious private organisation based in Central London who are now recruiting for a CNS Colorectal if this is something you might be interested in; don’t stop here we’ve only just got started.

Our client has a Patron who is the Her Majesty the Queen and they are based in Central Londom.  They have great travel links for buses, trains and cars making your commuting life a whole look simpler.

Benefits 

  • Free restaurant quality meal whilst on duty
  • Annual leave entitlement of 35 days inclusive of bank holidays, increasing with long service.
  • Private healthcare.
  • Staff Referral scheme.
  • Company pension scheme.
  • In house training.
  • Interest free travel loan.
  • Help to buy a bike.
  • Uniform is provided and laundered free of charge.
  • Range of discounts via our employee discount portal such as Cinema tickets, Eyecare, Shopping vouchers etc.

Duties

  • Critical you assess Colorectal patients pre-operatively together with the (POA) team and physiotherapists regarding Colorectal surgery POA, to ensure current best practice guidelines are followed to prepare patients for Colorectal surgery
  • Important that you provide the patient with comprehensive information regarding surgical procedures, ensuring informed consent
  • You will liaise with Colorectal surgery consultants to ensure their protocols/ guidelines are in place and implemented. 
  • Need to provide education and counselling regarding the range of treatment options available to the patient.
  • Must work Independently adjust treatment plans according to need assessing appropriate management options, and initiate treatment or referral to an appropriate professional where necessary.
  • You will be in collaboration with the MDT to request therapeutic procedures/interventions and evaluate the outcome of these interventions
  • You need to carry out a follow up phone call to offer support to Colorectal surgery patients after discharge from hospital.
  • You will Manage complete programs of care in a manner which provides appropriate support for patients and their families
  • Need to provide/facilitate interventions which are evidence based and individualised to the patient’s needs
  • Must demonstrate the ability to make sound decisions regarding patient management in the absence of specific protocols
  • Important that you promote clinical awareness of the need for constant review and development of professional practice
  • Must act where unsatisfactory practice is identifie.
  • Secure agreed changes or development in practice.

What you need to be successful 

  • Experienced Colorectal CNS or Stoma CNS 
  • Expert practitioner able to lead.
  • Organise complex care across multi-professions

If this role is something of interest, then apply today!

 

Staff Nurse - Acute Medical Wards

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

A new position has been released for a Staff Nurse to join one of the leading NHS Hospital in the UK. This is an exciting opportunity to be part of their dynamic nursing team.
If you want to consistently deliver the fundamentals of patient care and ensure that improvements, we make are sustained in the long term, then we want to work with you. We have full and part time opportunities for Registered Nurses to join us in the Acute Medical Division on the following wards.

 

Whether you are a newly qualified or an experienced nurse - this is a chance to develop your skills as part of a highly capable team where you’re guaranteed opportunities to learn how to care for patients requiring a variety of nursing interventions.
We expect all our staff to share the values that are important to the trust – being excellent, kind, responsible and respectful – and behave in a way that reflects these.

The hospital is close to tubes stations including Tooting Broadway, Wimbledon park, Tooting Bec and Colliers wood. As well as main line connections to Balham Tooting and Haydons road with attractions and social life such as madame Tussauds London, London eye and the Shard all within a 30-minute travel. You will be surrounded by some of London’s great sights.


Duties & Responsibilities 

• Assessing, planning, implementing and evaluating nursing care, utilising research findings as
• appropriate.
• Ensuring that nursing procedures are carried out in accordance with St George’s Healthcare
• policies taking appropriate action in emergency situations.
• Setting, monitoring and maintaining excellent standards of nursing care in conjunction with the
• multidisciplinary team.
• Maintaining personal contact with patients, relatives and carers, being sensitive to their needs
• for courtesy, dignity and privacy and ensuring a friendly environment always.
• As skills develop, managing the ward or department in the absence of the Ward Manager or
• Deputy, maintaining safe staffing levels, ensuring that policies are followed and that the Senior
• Nurse is informed of any problems or incidents that might arise.
• Maintaining accurate and up to date nursing records and ensuring that confidentiality is
• respected.
• Storing, checking and administering drugs in accordance with Trust policy and NMC
• standards.
• To work with minimal supervision within all areas of the specialties including wards,
• departments and outpatients if required.
• Communicating with and assisting the multidisciplinary team to promote excellence in the
• delivery of patient care.
• To prioritise own workload and that of other staff ensuring that the ward or department is
• managed effectively.
• To contribute to the local resolution, investigation and follow up action of any informal or
• formal complaints.


Requirements:

• Registered Nurse (Adult)
• Able to achieve band 5 competencies within 6 months of commencing in post.
• Ability to assess, plan, implement and evaluate nursing care according to individual needs.
• Ability to effectively prioritise workload and patient care needs.
• IT Literacy
• Excellent verbal and written communication.
• Demonstrates an understanding of the importance of research and evidence-based practice.
• Able to explain the principles of mentoring and assessing junior staff.
• Understands the importance of developing self and others.
• Understanding of managing resources.
• Understanding of clinical risk
• Demonstrates enthusiasm for the speciality
• Able to evidence the trust values.

Benefits:

• 35 Days Annual leave
• Discounted gym membership
• Interest free season ticket loan
• Cycle to work scheme and bike purchase allowance
• Free yoga and peaceful mind sessions

Staff Nurse - Surgical

Private? Ward Nurse? London? well we are pleased to announce that are client is now recruiting for a Ward Nurse to join their state-of-the-art facility in London and it's at the most perfect time of year! 

A New year is fast approaching and what a time to find a new job! Our client is based in the heart of London where many VIP patients are treated such as Footballers, Tennis players and Golf players. 

Like what you see? we've only just got started!

Benefits

Private Medical Insurance 
Company Pension Scheme 
Perkbox 
Employee Assistance Programme 
Occupational health services 
Season ticket Loans 
Cycle to work scheme 
Childcare vouchers 

Main Duties

You will prepare and maintain clinical records of patient care in line with NMC standards for records and record keeping. 
You will administer treatments and care to patients in accordance with hospital policies and Consultant protocols. 
You need to provide support and training to other members of staff, incorporating staff orientation process and procedures and equipment and examination and accept.
You need to participate in the implementation and evaluation of standards of care and audits within the department. 
You will report to Nursing management team any complaints, accidents, incidents and near misses both verbally and in writing. 
Must monitor and maintain unit equipment and note deficiencies in services, Report any problems as appropriate. 
You will meet legal and statutory requirements e.g. Health and Safety, COSHH Regulations, Manual Handling and control of drugs.
Must act a mentor and assessor in the supervision and teaching of junior and unregistered staff. 
Must undertake any other duties commensurate with the role as required by the line manager.
Important to maintain high standards of professional and ethical responsibility and accountability; be aware of the medico-legal aspects of nursing. In line with professional, regulatory and local guidance and adherence to the NMC Code of Professional Conduct. 

Candidate

Registered general Nurse. 
A minimum of 12 months post registration experience. 
Relevant experience of recent practice in day surgery orthopaedics patients. 
Evidence of continuous professional development. 
IT literate, experience of using EPR systems and bale to use MS office packages such as Word and Excel  
Basic understanding of patient care issues in day surgery. 
Be able to demonstrate knowledge of NMC professional code of conduct and its application. 
Be able to communicate effectively with all clinical and non-clinical staff, patients and relatives. 
Understanding the fundamentals of nursing care and ability to deliver a high standard of individualised care relating to day surgery. 

A great position a one of our outstanding clients! Give T2 Healthcare a call we fulfil the needs for you.

 

Staff Nurse - ICU

Are you a staff nurse looking to further your experience in critical care?


Our client in Cambridge is the largest and leading specialist cardiothoracic hospital in the UK and they are looking to expand their team of dedicated professionals. They are famous for pioneering a series of 'firsts' in heart and lung medicine – from the UK’s first successful heart transplant in 1979 to the world's first successful heart, lung and liver transplant in 1986. They provide patients with the best possible care through the excellence of caring and efficient staff. And have been voted outstanding by the CQC.

They are located in a bespoke, purpose-built hospital on the world-class Cambridge Biomedical Campus, with administrative services based in Huntingdon. Cambridge also comes with a lot of royal history which you can explore through the prestigious museums and library’s in the surrounding area.

Responsibilities

  • 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.
  • In consultation with patients, family and the multi-professional team, devise and evaluate care plans based on the assessment process, with realistic nursing goals.
  • Ensure due regard is given to customs, values and spiritual beliefs of patients, carers and their relatives.
  • Promote and role model effective communication within the multi-professional team.
  • Act as a link nurse.
  • 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.
  • Maintain accurate electronic and/or manual clinical, patient and other records, as appropriate, ensuring that all documentation adheres to the Trust’s standards.

Requirements

  • Registration with NMC
  • Diploma in Nursing
  • Proven evidence-based clinical practice
  • Utilised reflective practice
  • 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

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
     

Staff Nurse - Neurosurgery

Are you a registered nurse looking to further your career in Neurosurgery?
 

Our client in Bristol is looking for a registered nurse to work in their Stroke rehabilitation and Neurology department.

They are based at Southmead, Bristol’s flagship hospital; their neurosurgery unit offers three state-of-the-art neurosurgical theatres, with one theatre dedicated to emergency procedures. Their team features 13 highly specialised consultants, who were the first in the UK to adopt software-based integrated theatres in which data and images are called up at the touch of a screen.

Whether it's culture, shopping, eating out, sport, or any other of life's essentials, you'll find them in Bristol. Bristol welcomes over nine million visitors every year, and this is little wonder when you consider the city’s outstanding cultural attractions close by.

Responsibilities

  • 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. 
  • To take personal responsibility for ensuring that patients are treated with courtesy at all times, the individual needs of patients are respected and confidentiality is maintained at all times. 
  • Liase effectively with other disciplines or departments as appropriate. 
  • To be able to act in emergency situations and to be familiar with emergency procedures including fire and resuscitation. To be responsible for the support and direction of junior staff in such situations according to Trust policy. 
  • To be responsible for ensuring provision of a safe and therapeutic environment for all patients, relatives, visitors and colleagues.

Requirements

  • Registered nurse with current NMC licence to practice. 
  • Evidence of continued professional development i.e. a professional portfolio and participation in appraisal and development review. 
  • To have achieved a recognised teaching & assessing qualification. 
  • Completion of training for additional clinical skills required in the ward/department i.e. IV drug administration/cannulation & venepuncture/male catheterisation/training to monitor and change syringes for epidural & PCA syringe drivers. ECG training. 
  • Green card training for the use of pumps or machinery relevant to the ward or department. Evidence of attendance at mandatory training appropriate to the role. 
  • Competence in the use of computers and electronic communication systems or expectation to develop existing skills further as the needs of the service dictate. 
  • Evidence of an ability to critically appraise and utilise research to maintain and improve patient care. Sound knowledge of health promotion issues to ensure junior staff, patients and carers are provided with education, support and advice as required.

Benefits

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

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