There has never been a better time to come and work at University Hospitals of Derby and Burton NHS Foundation Trust. The Trust was formed on 1 July 2018 to bring together our five hospitals – in Derby, Burton, Lichfield and Tamworth – to provide the highest quality care to patients across southern Derbyshire and south east Staffordshire.
With over 12,000 members of staff you can expect huge variety and new opportunities every day! Our staff go above and beyond and take pride in caring for our patients.
University Hospitals of Derby and Burton NHS Foundation Trust is fully committed to promoting inclusion, equality, diversity and human rights in employment and delivery of its services. The Trust is committed to providing an environment where all employees, patients, carers and visitors experience equality of opportunity by means of understanding and appreciating the value of diversity.
As a Trust we promote an inclusive environment and welcome applications from a diverse pool of talent and backgrounds. All individuals are valued and given every opportunity to succeed based on merit.
The Trust actively encourages applications from members of our Black, Asian and Minority Ethnic communities. These groups are under-represented in our organisation, and it’s important to us that our workforce reflects the diversity of our communities as much as possible.
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Here’s more about the role and what we’re looking for;
Registered Nurse - Critical Care (Adult)
Permanent (Full time/Part Time) Vacancies
In recent years the Trust has achieved high standards which have put it among the cleanest and safest hospitals in the country. The latest national inpatient survey puts us in the top 20% of hospitals with high standards for safety and privacy and dignity.
An exciting opportunity has arisen for Registered Nurses to join our friendly nursing team within Intensive Care.
We have spacious, well equipped units with dedicated teams of Intensivists, experienced critical care nurses and proactive AHP's. The unit is dynamic and forward thinking; embracing new initiatives, change and the development of services.
You would be caring for critically ill patients requiring multi organ support; responsible for assessing, planning and delivering a high standard of individualised nursing care.
You will receive orientation to the unit and will be comprehensively supported with a full induction programme and ongoing development in the care of the critically ill patient.
You must have a minimum of 12 months demonstrable post registration experience; and current acute setting experience is essential. Previous critical care experience is desirable but not essential.
Ability to work internal rotation to night duty is essential.
For further details / informal visits contact:
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Our Trust want the very best skilled people to work with us to provide excellent patient care.
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