Nuffield Health is Britain's largest not-for-profit healthcare organisation. Join us as a Senior Staff Nurse in our Hereford Hospital and play your part in building a healthier nation.
Nuffield Health Hereford Hospital is situated half a mile from the city centre and is a modern hospital offering exceptional private healthcare to the local community. We offer a vast range of first-class medical and surgical services performed by expert consultants. We're constantly investing in new facilities, recently refurbishing our day care suite and opening our new mammography unit. We take pride in the high standards of care and treatment our patients receive and have an overall CQC rating of Good. We want to be the best and safest health and wellbeing provider so that our patients, customers and partners have an exceptional experience. If you want to be part of Britain's largest not-for-profit health organisation join us at Hereford Hospital and continue your journey with us whilst we'll support you to be your best.
Whether you join us from the NHS or a private setting, we will give you the greatest opportunities to fulfil your passion for nursing and grow your career. You will have the chance to inspire others to deliver the highest standards of patient care. As a Senior Staff Nurse you will;
- Lead by example and be an ambassador for the Nuffield Health way of caring.
- Recognise talent, nurture junior members of staff and mentor them to be the best nurses they can be.
- Use clinical skills and an empathetic approach to meet each individual patient's need.
- Be part of a multidisciplinary team and work with some of the best clinical talent around to experience new practices, equipment and facilities.
- Provide day-to-day supervision, including clinical supervision of junior nursing staff and students.
- Work scheduling and rotas; involvement in recruitment, induction and performance reviews, training, development and mentoring.
To succeed as a Senior Staff Nurse you will;
- Be NMC registered and be a qualified nurse.
- Ideally have a qualification in teaching and assessment, together with some mentoring experience or a Level 2 or 3 management qualification.
- Have experience of multi-specialty surgical procedures, plus further professional training and experience. Preferably, a qualification in a specialist area.
- Have excellent clinical skills and experience in a mentoring role.
Key information about the role
Be your best and join us in building a healthier nation.
Salary - £26,500 - 39,750 pa
Closing date - 14/10/2020
Location - Hereford Hospital
Hours - 37.5 hours a week , full time
Applications will be considered as they are received and interviews will be arranged accordingly. We reserve the right to close adverts early, for example, where we have received an unprecedented high volume of applications. Therefore please apply early to ensure you are considered for the post.