Children's Senior Staff Nurse. OXFORDSHIRE. Reino Unido
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Clasificación del trabajo:Profesionales científicos e intelectuales : Profesionales de la salud : Otros profesionales de la salud : Profesionales de la salud no clasificados bajo otros epígrafes. Professionals : Health professionals : Other health professionals : Health professionals not elsewhere classified.
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The Children’s services in Oxford are keen to develop experienced Nurses as Band 6 Senior Staff Nurse and Junior Sisters. Our purpose built Hospital provides an exceptional environment for children and there are numerous specialities in which to gain experience within our supportive teams. We have several vacancies across our wards supporting and leading the development of our Nursing Teams. The Band 6 Nurse role ensures that patients receive high quality, compassionate care by demonstrating clinical expertise and a minimum of two years’ experience at Band 5 level.During this time you will have displayed motivation and commitment, further study and professional development and the potential to lead and support a team of Nurses through daily co-ordination of shifts. Your personal development into this role will be supported and encouraged through the Practice development Team, Ward Sisters and Matrons through both formal training and supportive mentoring to maximise your potential. If you believe that you have the ambition to progress your career, influence positive change and motivate others to provide excellent care for our patients we would be very keen to hear from you. Interview Dates: 11th and 19th July. Robin’s Ward is the specialist surgery ward caring for children requiring craniofacial surgery, cleft lip and palate, plastics, ENT and Neurosurgery. The Hospital’s Theatre Direct Admission service also runs from Robin’s Ward. There are many opportunities for gaining specialist skills and further development Kamran’s Ward cares for Children of all ages receiving treatment for cancer or haematology conditions. There is lots of opportunity for professional development within this speciality and the well-established team is supportive and progressive Bellhouse Drayson Ward provides care for children aged 0-12yrs with all medical conditions specialising in Gastroenterology, Endocrinology, Cardiology and Respiratory medicine as either elective or emergency admissions. There are close links with Children’s CDU and Children’s ED. The team are cohesive and supportive in providing high quality care on a busy acute ward. Childrens CDU is a 24 hour unit which links closely with children’s Emergency Department to provide care for children from a range of specialities who need further assessment, observation, continuation of treatment or to await results. The unit also sees GP referrals and ward attenders which gives varied dynamics to the busy unit. CDU is friendly and ensures the cohesive team works closely together and provides strong support and opportunities to develop. Melanie’s Ward cares for the older patients from 12years through to transition at 18years. The work is varied and interesting as it covers all specialities seen in Oxford including psycho-social and mental health aspects of care. Patients are admitted both electively and as emergencies and the work is never dull Melanie’s Ward team are versatile and supportive with a strong emphasis on team work. Tom’s Ward is a large, busy surgical unit caring for children requiring both elective and emergency surgical treatment. The Ward specialises in Neonatal surgery, orthopaedic, spinal and general surgery. As with all the Wards, Clinical Educators support the professional development of team members. The Ambulatory care service sees patient’s in two Outpatient departments and the Children’s Daycare Ward. Children have day case surgery, investigations or treatment for a wide variety of conditions. The friendly team work efficiently and cohesively to manage the busy throughput of patients. For further details / informal visits contact: Zoe Pooley, Matron for Children’s Hospital, zoe.pooleyouh.nhs.uk Anne Carr, Sister, Bellhouse Drayson Ward, anne.carrouh.nhs.uk Clare Jamieson, Sister, Kamran’s Ward, clare.jamiesonouh.nhs.uk Gemma Preddy, Sister, Melanie’s Ward, gemma.preddyouh.nhs.uk Angie Laker, Sister, Tom’s Ward, angie.lakerouh.nhs.uk Cha
Servicio de empleo de origen:Department for Work and Pensions, Public Employment Services, United Kingdom.