Dorset Cancer Centre
Staff Nurse Band 5 (Full time 37.5hrs).
An exciting opportunity to join our small but dedicated and friendly team here at Poole Hospital. Durlston Ward is a 17 bedded haematology / oncology unit, caring for and supporting patients undergoing various cancer treatments such as chemotherapy and radiotherapy.
As one of only a small number of district hospitals in Europe to have JACIE accreditation, Durlston Ward specialises in Autologous Stem Cell Transplantation. Durlston Ward has recently created two specialist teenage and young adult rooms and have been working in partnership with the teenage Cancer Trust to improve specialist services within Dorset.
Applications are invited from registered nurses who can demonstrate good standards of nursing care, attention to detail and a patient / family centred approach. Previous oncology experience is desirable but not essential.
The post includes internal rotation onto nights and weekend working.
Please note: if this job requires you to have a DBS check to enable you to properly fulfil the requirements of the job, on appointment you will be required to repay the cost of obtaining a DBS check and this amount will be reclaimed from your salary
Closing Date: 26th June 2019
Provisional Interview Day: Week Commencing 10th July
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For further information please contact Charge Nurse Paul Turner or Senior Staff Nurse Alisa Karnatz on [Click here to apply].
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