Senior Staff Nurse



Senior Staff Nurse


Oxfordshire, United Kingdom 

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Our client is looking to recommence their Intensive Care and PACU (Post Anaesthetic Care Unit) service in Oxford they have an opportunity for an experienced Critical Care Nurse to join their team at Senior Staff Nurse level. Successful applicants will get the opportunity to care for critical patients from all specialities such as cardiac, colorectal, surgical etc. You will have the opportunity to undertake extended roles in IV cannulation and phlebotomy and we actively support professional development. Significant experience in a Critical Care setting is required for this role - a Critical Care qualification and ILS is desirable but not essential. The successful applicant will get the opportunity to work alongside a motivational and forward thinking ICU Manager and receive a market leading salary between £32,000 - £38,000 per annum plus benefits. This would best suit a committed and enthusiastic healthcare professional looking to work with an employer who offers great benefits, impressive contributory pension scheme in addition to a market competitive salary. We also offer access to accommodation for those looking to relocate.Requirements for the PostEducationalRequired: Registered practitioner with the appropriate governing bodyRequired: Qualifications applicable to the registration requirementsPreferred: A qualification in teaching and assessmentPreferred: Postgraduate training and qualifications as appropriate to the rolePreferred: Immediate Life Support (ILS)Desirable: Advanced Life Support (ALS)Desirable: Previous experience working within a HDU/Recovery settingKey Accountabilities • Ensure the implementation and maintenance of a high quality nursing patient care service within specified area of responsibility.• Deliver high quality patient-focussed care through the assessment, planning, implementation and evaluation of a collaborative programme of care which is clinically effective, evidence based and appropriate.• Represent the department at internal meetings as required.• Assist in ensuring all audits/reviews of the area of responsibility and its performance are undertaken and action is taken to address any issues raised.• Undertake risk assessment and management within the remit of their responsibilities.• Ensure compliance with all relevant standards within area of responsibility.• To deputise for the Department Manager and assist with the effective running of the department.Why?You will find the support, training, generous benefits package and respect for balance that will enable you to enjoy a healthy work life.With a vision is to transform healthcare in the UK and deliver health as it should and a unique approach bringing together assessment, treatment and prevention services to provide truly integrated care, this could be a very exciting time for you to join the team. This purpose-built hospital has 64 beds, 8 theatres, an intensive care unit and other state-of-the-art facilities. You will work with some of the world’s leading surgeons in a wide range of disciplines, including orthopaedics, cardiothoracic and neurosurgery. Staff are respected for their professional expertise and encouraged to get involved in decision-making. Key employee benefits:• Continuing professional and career development• Generous holiday and leave arrangements• Flexible pension options• Life assurance and healthcare schemes• Health assessments (after a qualifying period)• Free membership to Health Fitness & Wellbeing Centres, with heavily subsidised memberships for family.• Cycle to work scheme• Childcare vouchers• Employee assistance programme for professional advice and counselling – legal, financial, etc.• Employee discounts on a wide range of products or services
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