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Neonatal Nurse – Oxford

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Neonatal Nurse – Oxford

Reference: 13772
Date posted: 04.07.2023
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Oxfordshire
Temporary/ locum
£28.50 - £44.38 (Hourly)
Specialism
Paediatrics
Sub specialism
Neonatal, NICU, SCBU
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Description

Pulse Nursing are looking for Neonatal Nurses in the Oxford area. We believe great things begin with great people. Working for Pulse Nursing with us is much more than a job – it’s an opportunity to realise your potential, try new hospitals and make a difference. You will be required to support the unit by providing a high standard of care for each individual newborn, support their families and assess their care needs. 

Pulse Nursing are offering flexible shifts in the Oxford area with escalated rates between £28.50 – £44.38 per hour, with a range of shifts available including long days, earlies, lates, nights and twilights.

Neonatal Nurse responsibilities includes: 

  • NICU – looking after babies from extremely premature neonates, term neonates who have had difficult deliveries and babies with antenatally diagnosed conditions.
  • A baby in NICU may require invasive respiratory support from a ventilator and complex medications
  • Neonatal High Dependency HDU – looking after premature and term babies who do not need intensive care. Extremely premature babies who are cared for in NICU will eventually move to HDU when they are well enough.
  • Babies can be cared for in HDU on non-invasive respiratory support, feeding and fluid support and as well as for other neonatal therapies such as phototherapy for jaundice.
  • Neonatal Low Dependency Unit (LDU) – looking after babies who no longer need ITU or HDU levels of care.
  • Babies cared for in LDU may require feeding and growing support, as well as long-term respiratory support that can continue at home.

Neonatal Nurse Role Requirements: 

  • Valid NMC registration
  • Minimum of 6 months experience in a Neonatal setting 
  • To meet the compliance requirements of both the NHS and private sector
  • Right to work within the UK – proof will be required 
  • QIS (Qualified in Specialty) is not required

As a Neonatal Nurse, you will receive the following benefits: 

  • Our online app ‘ipoint’ allows you to view and book shifts 24/7, helping to manage your availability, view pay rates and pay slips. 
  • First class support and advice from a dedicated team that specialises in your area of expertise
  • Faster payments
  • A range of payment options: PAYE, PSC/LTD and Umbrella 
  • Access to additional free high-quality training and development tools
  • Free uniform and ID badge
  • Recommend a Friend scheme – earn up to £500 per referral, with no limit on how many friends you refer.

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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