Theatre Scrub Nurse - Central London
Up to £36,000 per annum
Permanent, full time
Looking for regular hours and an excellent work/life balance? This could be the perfect job for you!
Pulse is delighted to be working in partnership with one of Central London’s leading private cosmetics/plastics clinics to recruit for a Theatre Scrub Nurse/practitioner. The Scrub Nurse/practitioner will be working Monday – Friday, regular hours.
This successful clinic specialises in surgical cosmetic and plastic procedures allowing you to work in a contemporary day stay environment, equipped with state of the art facilities, alongside some of Europe’s leading specialists in their field.
This impressive clinic is set over 3 floors and includes; 2 theatres (one with a recovery area and the other with an anaesthesia area). There is also a minor procedure room, plus consulting rooms.
As a Theatre Scrub Nurse/practitioner you will be working within a multidisciplinary team, assisting the surgeons within theatre such as:
- Preparation of theatre equipment pre surgery
- Assisting with escorting patients to theatre
- Scrubbing/circulating in theatres
You will also be required to assist in procedures including:
- Breast augmentation/lift
Applicants must have HPC or NMC registration and a minimum of 1 years scrub experience. Cosmetic surgery scrub experience is a must .
There are fantastic growth opportunities within the clinic – eventually this position will be to become the lead in theatres and manage a team.
As you will be liaising with consultants as well as patients, strong communication skills are a must, as well as a flexible approach to your work.
In return, you will be offered a competitive salary of up to £36,000 per annum. The successful candidate will have the chance to work within a friendly, specialist team with excellent career development prospects.
If you are interested in an exciting career opportunity, please call and/or apply to us today and we’ll be sure to get in touch shortly.
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.