Staff Nurse – critical care unit (ICU)
Permanent, full time
Salary: £34,024 - £44,205 + benefits
Working within London’s leading independent hospitals there is an opportunity for an experienced Critical Care nurse to join their intensive care unit (ICU) and well renowned team at Staff Nurse level.
Successful applicants will get the opportunity to deal with critical patients from all specialities such as general ITU and liver ITU. The 13 bed ICU is all newly refurbished with the latest equipment along with wide spaces around the beds and windows allowing a great environment to aid recovery for patients.
You will have the opportunity to undertake extended roles in IV cannulation and phlebotomy.
This position will involve supervising and mentoring junior staff across a 13 bed unit.
A minimum of 1 years experience in a critical care setting is required, a critical care qualification and ILS is desirable but not essential.
This is a full time, permanent role and the hours are typically; 0800-2030 or 2000-0830.
The successful applicant will get the opportunity to work alongside a motivational and forward thinking ICU Manager and an outreach team.
This opportunity offers a market leading salary from £34,024 - £44,205 per annum plus benefits.
In addition to an impressive salary, nurses will receive genuine investment in their careers with ICU specific training. As a leading hospital, they need to ensure nurses are experience and confident at all times so they do offer regular training.
This would best suit a committed and enthusiastic healthcare professional looking to work with an employer who offers great benefits, free season ticket loan, impressive contributory pension scheme in addition to a market competitive salary.
For more info or to apply contact Jasmin on 0208 167 5374 or email Jasmin.Heer@Pulsejobs.com
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