Operating Department Practitioner (ODP) - Canterbury

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Are you an experienced Theatre nurse or ODP?

We believe great things begin with great people. And we believe a career with us is much more than a job – it’s an opportunity to realise your potential.

We now have a 4 month placement for an ODP/Anaesthetic Nurse in Kent. This role is within the Kent and Canterbury NHS Trust. The Kent and Canterbury Hospital is a community hospital in Canterbury, Kent, England. It is managed by the East Kent Hospitals University NHS Foundation Trust.

Theatre Nurse or ODP are required to have:

  • A minimum of  twelve months recent experience working in anaesthetics, scrub or recovery within the last twelve months
  • Current NMC registration or HCPC registration
  • References covering the last three years employment (including clinical references)
  • Satisfactory DBS
  • Evidence of Occupational Health Immunisations or willing to obtain evidence
  • Be willing to travel to other locations

Our Pulse Nurses are invaluable to us, in return for your hard work and commitment you can expect;

  • Attractive pay rates
  • Opportunities to work across the NHS and within the Private Sector
  • Weekly pay and electronic timesheet submission
  • A dedicated booking teams or ability to self-book into shifts suitable for you
  • Access to our inhouse Training Academy, offering free access to our Core Skills Training day
  • An internal Clinical Team offering face to face Revalidation support

If you are an ODP or Anaesthetics Nurse and interested in this exciting opportunity, please apply below and a member of the team will be in touch. 

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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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