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A&E (Accident and Emergency) Nurse – Barts

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A&E (Accident and Emergency) Nurse – Barts

Reference: 19455
Date posted: 27.02.2024
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Greater London
Temporary/ locum
£19.72 - £31.00 (Hourly)
Specialism
Emergency/acute services
Sub specialism
Accident & emergency
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Description

Are you a Registered A&E Nurse based in London looking for some extra work? Pulse Nursing are seeking professional, experienced A&E nurses to join our team. As an A&E nurse you will be working in a fast-paced environment alongside other healthcare professionals to deliver top quality care to patients.

This is an extremely rewarding role where you will be able to develop your skills in a clinical setting whilst improving the lives of patients who require your dedicated care. In return, Pulse offers a variety of benefits.

This current opportunity will give you the flexibility to book in advance so you can plan ahead and in turn, be in control of your schedule. With Barts being one of Pulse Nursing’s priority clients, we can offer a great deal of shifts within this trust.

We are offering a variety of shift patterns, including the option of full-time equivalent hours, in Barts Health Trust paying between £19.72 – £31.00 per hour.

 

Registered A&E Nurse Responsibilities Includes:

  • Doing the initial patient examination to assess the patient’s needs
  • Fixing dressings and administering medication for pain relief
  • Determining what department the patient needs to be referred to
  • Completing all paperwork including discharge forms
  • Talking with the paramedics and taking over the patient’s care
  • Making arrangements to admit patients into hospital if needed
  • Working with doctors to keep patients and their family members updated on test results or treatment recommendations
  • Maintaining contact with laboratory personnel to report any initial lab findings back to the A&E doctors
  • Taking basic observations, including pulse, blood pressure and oxygen saturation

 

Registered A&E Nurse Requirements:

  • NMC Registration 6 months
  • Minimum of 6 months experience in a clinical setting
  • To meet our framework compliance requirements including DBS, Occupational Health, Clinical References and Updated CV
  • Right to work within the UK – Proof will be required.

 

In return Pulse Nursing will offer you the following benefits:

  • Weekly Pay/Daily Payroll options
  • A range of payment options available: PAYE, PSC/LTD and Umbrella
  • Our online app ‘ipoint’ allows you to view and book shifts 24/7, helping to manage your availability, view pay rates and pay slips.
  • Access to additional voluntary free high-quality training and development
  • Free uniform
  • First class support and advice from a dedicated team that specialises in your area of expertise
  • Uncapped Recommend a Friend scheme – earn up to £500 per referral

 

If you feel your expertise is suited to this role, please apply today and our team will be in touch to discuss it with you in more detail. Contact Emma Deehan who will be able to assist you throughout your onboarding/application process 0333 577 3410 (Options 1 followed up by option 2)

* T&C’s apply

 


Pulse is an employment agency/employment business (as defined by the Conduct of Employment Agencies and Employment Businesses Regulations 2003) and is acting on behalf of its client in relation to this vacancy.

We are unable to support or accept applications from candidates who are residents within the Red or Amber list of the Code of practice for the international recruitment of health and social care personnel in England, based on the World Health Organisation (WHO) Workforce Support and Safeguard List.

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