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Staff Nurse - Dialysis posted by TTM healthcare

Full Time
Blackpool
£ 23,051 - £ 28,000 per annum

Job Description

Registered General Nurse - Dialysis Unit        
Renal Services (Renal experience not essential)        
Blackpool  
Permanent, Full Time - 37.5 hours per week        
£23,051 - £28,000 plus excellent company benefits        
Monday - Saturday - no nights and no Sundays        
               
You will be offered full training in a specialist area of nursing with excellent opportunities to progress and climb the career ladder…sound interesting, read on        
         
         
Client Information:          
Our client is a world leading renal services organisation with a number of dialysis units across the UK, providing the highest quality in state-of-the-art renal dialysis services. They also work in partnership with the NHS so you will get to work across both sectors.        
         
         
Opportunities:          
We are looking for Nurse to work at their Dialysis Unit in Blackpool. Previous dialysis experience is NOT essential as full training will be offered; however, you will ideally have at least 12 months' post qualification experience. Nurses are assigned to patients, therefore when they come into the clinic you will spend time with them during their dialysis treatment giving you the opportunity for more one to one patient care and truly developing relationships with your patients.        
         
Reporting to the unit manager you will be responsible for assessing the care needs to the patients, taking into account current and previous lifestyle. You will assess, plan and implement the appropriate treatment to patients ensuring it meets clinical requirements and patients work, family and social needs. You will work with the team to ensure an adequate care plan is implemented. Part of your role will also involve providing psychological support to patients and advising their families of further support that may be required. You will have an innate ability to quickly identify any issues or concerns and act accordingly. You will also play a role in mentoring junior members of staff and carry out any ad hoc duties required by more senior member of staff.        
         
 

This is a full time role working 150 hours over a 4 week period or about 37.5 hours per week. Current days are working various shifts Monday to Saturday between 6.30am and 11.30pm.


 
Renal experience would be an advantage however full training is being offered. Part of this role involves having an innate attention to detail with a strong ability to work well under pressure. You will adapt easily to situations and be a good communicator within a team. Computer competency would also be a vital part of the role.      
       
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Reference Number

26816