Senior Nurse - Stroke/Medical Ward - RGN - Central London - Up to £40,000 per annum
Private, Independent Hospital
37.5 hours per week - 12-hour shifts, some nights required
Are you a staff nurse who is looking to take on more responsibility in a stroke & medical ward for an established, private hospital, where you will be rewarded for your service? If so, please continue reading!
This is a modern in-patients ward that was recently redesigned to make it a welcoming and uplifting environment for patients recovering from stroke or other medical conditions. As a Senior Nurse, you will be responsible for leading the nursing staff and ensuring patients are receiving appropriate care.
In return for your hard work, our client is offering a promising benefits package, above-average starting salary, and excellent training.
The benefits of this Senior Nurse role include:
* Competitive starting salary up to £40,000 per annum (DOE)
* 27 days holidays (excluding bank holidays)
* Continuation of an existing NHS pension or private pension plan
* Private healthcare plan with extended coverage
* Employee service awards
* Discounts with various retailers
* Continuous training and development programme
Responsibilities of the Senior Nurse role include:
* Adhere to the principles of clinical governance
* Lead the clinical staff team and ensure resources are appropriately distributed
* Undertake all care for patients whilst in the hospital including diagnostic tests and any pre- or post-treatment care
* Working alongside consultants to ensure the correct care and information is being delivered to patients
* Participating in clinical and quality audits, including the managing and reporting of incidents.
* Prepare all areas prior to any clinical activities, ensuring all equipment is checked and ready for use
Essential requirements of this Senior Nurse role include:
* Qualified as a Registered General Nurse with NMC PIN
* Experience in a hospital medical ward
* Clinical leadership qualities and/or previous experience
* Right to work in the UK