Chemotherapy Nurses - Coventry - Coventry

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Pulse are looking for Chemotherapy nurses for ad hoc day shifts in Coventry.  Working of your availability shifts  can be viewed, booked and managed through our new bookings app ipoint or directly with a dedicated booking consultant. Our new online registration process, makes registering easier and faster than ever.


Why choose Pulse?

  • Rewarding – competitive pay rates and bonuses of up to £250 for recommending your friends*

  • Flexible – work the shifts that suit your lifestyle

  • Easy – quick and convenient online recruitment process

  • Modern – update your availability and book your own shifts with our free smartphone app, ipoint

  • Exclusive – be the first to access the best choice of shifts across the UK, not available elsewhere

  • Reliable – faster pay with a range of payment options; PAYE, PSC/LTD and umbrella

  • Dynamic – work across the NHS and private sector

  • Supportive – specialist revalidation support and access to high quality training and development

  • Complete – a first class service from a leading UK nursing agency


Chemotherapy Nurse are required to have:

  • A current NMC registration
  • A minimum of twelve months clinical experience in Chemotherapy administration within the last year 
  • Provide high standards of care
  • Strong knowledge in all areas of chemotherapy
  • A minimum of two satisfactory clinical references covering the last twelve months
  • Satisfactory DBS certificate.


If you feel that you’re right for this role or would like to find about other opportunities we could offer you, apply below and we will be in touch.

*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.

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