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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 - 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
     

Staff Nurse - Surgical

Our prestigious client is looking for a surgical nurse to join their team. Located in leafy St John’s Wood on the Jubilee line, minutes from Central London, their luxury private hospital has an international reputation for providing the highest quality of care to patients and is unique in that all profits fund their onsite Hospice. 

Responsibilities

  • Carry out planned care for a group of patients with support from senior staff
  • 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 situation
  • 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 patients referred to appropriate clinical support teams

Requirements

  • Registered Nurse
  • Minimum of 1 year post-registration in nursing field
  • Excellent clinical skills
  • Excellent communicator
  • Professional commitment and self-awareness
  • Motivate self and others
  • Sound knowledge of current issues in nursing & developments
  • Ability to work within a multidisciplinary team
  • Good organisational and time management skills
  • Computer literate

Benefits

  • Competitive pay for employees joining us from the NHS, we can provide continuation of your NHS pension
  • Contributory pension schemes to suit all pockets.
  • Private healthcare cover of up to £20,000 per year
  • 27 days annual leave
  • We can provide short-term accommodation for new starters at The Hospital
  • Ongoing training and development programmes and a genuine commitment to continuous professional development
  • Discounts at local, national and online shops
  • Interest-free season ticket loans
  • Cycle to work loan scheme
  • Employee “Service Excellence” recognition rewards


 

Staff Nurse - Surgical

If you are a surgical or a qualified nurse with experience looking for a new opportunity where your skills will be utilised, while developing and growing in a prestigious environment, this position is for you! 
 
Our client is one of the most well-known and respected healthcare businesses in the world and 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.   
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 amazing 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
  • Knowledge of NMC Codes and guidelines and their implications for practice
  • Strong communication, written and verbal presentation skills & report writing
  • Computer literate
  • Honest, open-minded and treats colleagues with dignity and respect
  • Highly energetic, proactive and motivated to deliver high standards of nursing care

What’s it like to work here?

As you’ll already know, we want people to ‘love working here’, so much so that’s it’s at the top of our agenda and something you’ll hear a lot about here at Bupa.  We offer our people a great range of benefits, many of which are flexible and can be tailored to suit what’s most important to you.  We’re a healthcare company so there’s a huge focus on our people’s health and wellbeing, supported by a healthy work-life balance and workplaces which are friendly with appealing spaces to support you to be at your best.

Staff Nurse - Surgical Ward
£30,011 to £34,298 per annum

If you’re looking for a job which will challenge you, excite you and give you complete job satisfaction, this role would be ideal for you!

Staff Nurse - Outpatients

We are proud to partner with a leading private hospital, who are looking for a talented individual to join their growing organisation. You will be working with a company who provide high standards of care, so that each patient is safe and well looked after.

Our clients mission is to provide a first class, independent healthcare for the local community, in a safe, comfortable and welcoming environment.  

This is a great opportunity for you to become a valid member, of a well-structured outpatients
Department. If you need flexibility in your career and want to be surrounded by experts in the industry, this role will be ideal for you.  

Requirements 

  • NMC registered nurse 
  • Up to date on current nursing practice 
  • Ability to plan care 
  • Ability to manage a personal caseload 
  • Understanding of on-going professional development requirements 
  • Excellent customer care skills
  • Good communication skills: verbal & written 
  • Sound interpersonal skills 
  • Flexible

Benefits 

  • Free health screening 
  • Private healthcare insurance 
  • Pension scheme 
  • Competitive salary 
  • Career support and training 
  • Work with leading experts 

Staff Nurse - Acute Medical Unit

Our client has just been released an exciting opportunity for you to work in an Acute Medical Unit. This will give you the chance 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 as part of a team of nurses, health care assistants and care assistants and be responsible for the assessing, planning, implementing and evaluating of nursing care.

You will be working in an NHS Foundation Trust that provides services for approximately 900,000 people across Berkshire, Hampshire, Surrey and South Buckinghamshire. 

Our client aims to provide the highest quality of care for their patients, based on its core values which consist of Committed to Excellence, Working Together and Facing the Future. Their services provided in this Hospital include general, specialist heart attack, Vascular stroke, spinal Cystic, Fibrosis.

Duties

  • 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 patients’ 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.
  • To promote good working relationships and to support the ward manager to achieve high morale within the team.
  • To assist in the auditing of patient care and service delivery.
  • To use all resources efficiently and effectively maintaining an awareness of budgetary implications.

Requirements 

  • Registered General Nurse
  • Current (or pending) NMC Registration
  • Self-motivated and uses own initiative
  • Able to work as an effective team member
  • Awareness of current professional nursing issues
  • Own professional development.
  • Ability to manage change within the working environment.
  • Effective communication skills (written and verbal)

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