Senior Staff Nurse - Critical Care
An exciting opportunity has arisen for experienced Senior Staff Nurse with an interest in Critical Care / ITU, to join a busy nursing team. In this role you will be expected to work on the multi-disciplinary surgical ward as well as the ITU unit. You will also work closely with the ITU / Critical Care lead to develop the unit and train staff.
The hospital has one ward with beds covering a range of surgical specialities. The hospital also has a 2 bedded critical care bay, 3 theatres, an endoscopy suite and a day care unit. The working pattern for the role covers a variety of shifts so flexibility is essential.
Location: Horley, within easy access via Train, Bus and car with car park
Salary: £25,000 - £32,500 per annum / £12.82 - £16.66 per hour based on 37.5 hours per week. (negotiable depending on experience )
Bonus: Annual bonus provided.
Hours: 37.5 - Full Time
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;
Duties and Responsibilities:
To deliver high standards of quality care by assessment at all times, evaluation and implementation of patient needs and guide others in this process. There will be occasions where you will need to accept delegated responsibilities from the Ward Sister/Charge Nurse as required. You will be expected to be part of the Hospital's Clinical On-Call rota. You will also be expected to participate through mentorship in the orientation and development of junior staff. You will directly line manage a cohort of HCA's delivering their appraisals and setting their objectives as per hospital policy. You will also need to work with the Critical Care Lead to improve nursing standards by providing support for competency assessments and practical training.
Who we are looking for:
You must be a Registered Nurse, with a recognised post registration qualification in critical care. Evidence of continuous professional development, with a good understanding of NMC Code of Professional Conduct and revalidation. Good knowledge and experience in surgical nursing, with good communication skills. A mentorship qualification is not essential, however it desirable and will be unitilised.
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 us).