Job Title: Staff Nurse - Orthopaedics
Key Details: An exciting opportunity has arisen for enthusiastic and motivated Orthopaedic Staff Nurse to join a fantastic Private Hospital in Central London. You will work as part of a close knit team providing excellent patient focused care within the Orthopaedics Team. 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.
Salary: £29,000 - £34,000 per annum / £14.87- £17.43 per hour based on 37.5 hours per week. (negotiable depending on experience )
Location: Central London
Hours: 37.5 - Full Time - split into long days and nights
Contract Type: Permanent
Employee Benefits: In return for providing your skills, experience and passion in delivering outstanding patient care, you will be rewarded and provided opportunities for progression and continuous training. Benefits are also included which are;
- Continuing professional and career development
- Annual bonus scheme
- Annual pay review
- Excellent work life balance
- 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
- Flexible pension options
- NMC fees paid after 12 months service
- Life assurance and healthcare schemes
- Health assessments
- Cycle to work scheme
- Childcare vouchers
- Employee discounts on a wide range of products or services
Duties and responsibilities:
- Be Competent to undertake the role
- Confidently and safely Communicate patients care needs
- Have the Courage to speak up and Commitment to your chosen speciality.
- Assist the Sister/Charge Nurse with operational requirements in the delivery of a consistent, safe service in all aspects of the patient journey whilst instilling a culture of customer service throughout the nursing team.
- Manage a team of nurses by organising the patient allocation
- Provide consistent, clear, clinical and professional leadership and act as a mentor for all staff demonstrating professional awareness and accountability.
- Participate in the direct nursing care of patients as a clinical leader and expert.
- Act as a Link Nurse in a designated area reporting to and from meetings / training updates.
- Recognise the needs for DOL's assessments, mental capacity assessment and 'simple' and 'complex' safeguarding referrals. Take part in the referral and review process.
- Liaise with the Support Services to ensure all non-clinical needs are met including the cultural, sexual, religious, and any other special needs of the patients.
For more information regarding this vacancy or to apply, please contact Charlotte Pinkus on [Click here to apply] or send a copy of your CV to [Click here to apply]. All applications are completely confidential.
If this role isn't for you but you know somebody else who could be suitable please refer them to us. If they get the job we will send you £100 as a thank you! (make sure they give your name when they contact.