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Date Added: Fri 13/01/2023

Paediatric Nurse

Godalming, GU7, UK
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Job Type: Permanent, PartTime

Salary: £32 - £36/hour

Registered Children's Nurse

Fulltime/Part time (Nights)

£32ph Weekday Nights, £36ph weekend Nights

First Option Healthcare a trusted Complex Care provider, is recruiting for a Registered Childrens Nurse RSCN to join a 2:1 care package supporting a lovely 1 years old boy living at his family home assisted with BIPAP, Oxygen and NG Fed

Skills and experience required for the job of a Registered Childrens Nurse

* Suctioning (Essential)

* BIPAP (Essential)

* NG Pump (Essential)

* Personal care

* Ensure care plans and other information are followed and any changes are escalated to clinical leads efficiently and safely

* Using complex care equipment and carrying out complex care procedures

* Supporting clients outside the home when required i.e medical appointments

Benefits of working as a Registered Childrens Nurse for First Option Healthcare?

* Pay reviews every 6 months

* Weekly payments (option of daily pay)

* Care Certificate enrolment and bespoke training at our in-house academy

* Job security offered with 3 month rolling rotas & continuity of scheduled work

* 24/7 clinical and out of hours care management support

* Additional ad hoc work available

* VIP Nurse and Healthcare assistants' scheme (including long service awards, blue light card, employee assistance programme and DBS check following certain service length)

* No restrictive uniforms

At First Option Healthcare we provide clinically led support to adults and paediatric service users across England based around our values; Integrity, Excellence, Respect, Collaboration and Ownership.

Every successful offer of employment is subject to acceptable DBS clearance, references and completion of training.

There is an occupational requirement for the holder of this post to be female in accordance with the Health and Social Care Act 2008 (Regulated Activities) Regulations 2014 and Equality Act 2010
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