Pulse is proudly working with King's College Hospital NHS Foundation Trust, one of London’s four major trauma centres, to place Band 5 registered nurses with their world-leading critical care department. If you have a caring and compassionate approach and want to work with the largest critical care centre in the UK, where you will gain experience across more than 24 specialities, we're eager to hear from you.
To apply for these opportunities, no previous experience in critical care/intensive care nursing is necessary. To be successful, you require a minimum of 6 months post qualification experience in an acute ward setting.
Full training in critical care nursing is provided with the support of an established practice development team.
The Critical Care units currently offer 73 beds across four multi-specialty units. We provide high-quality ICU & HDU care for critically ill patients and their families across a wide range of specialties, including:
Requirements for application include:
- NMC registration
- 6 months post qualification experience within an acute setting
In return for your commitment and hard work, the units actively encourage your education & professional development. A dedicated education team provides Band 5 nurses with a structured and proven development programme, supporting individuals gain the required skills and knowledge to become a Critical Care nurse. This comprehensive educational package includes the opportunity to undertake the Intensive Care course at King’s College London and gain academic credits towards a BSc or MSc pathway.
Accommodation is also available to apply for through the Trust. We are also delighted to confirm that King's College offer certificate of sponsorship for international nurses requiring a tier 2 UK work visa.
To discuss these once-in-a-lifetime opportunities, apply today and a member from our recruitment team will be in touch with you asap.
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.