Job Reference: 01SN002
Closing Date: 31st October 2016
The role is based in our Lewisham Clinic and the role will require you to use your expertise to provide specialised nursing care, guidance and advice. Duties include planning, delivering, evaluating and delivering patient care, ensuring efficiency and safety with respect to clinical procedures performed, assist with the assessment of nursing care needs, reviewing patient prescriptions and outcomes to ensure meeting defined quality standards and ensuring the safe custody, administration, dispensing and storage of medication.
You will need to be a Registered Nurse, and hold a current NMC pin or due to qualify this year. The role requires experience of providing high quality care to patients, excellent communication skills and understanding the role of the Care Quality Commission. No experience of renal care is required as full training is provided. The successful candidate will be subject to an enhanced DBS Disclosure.
The role is full time, working shift patterns over a mixture of early and late days on average a 37.5 hour week or 150 hours over a 4 week period, Monday to Saturday. Part time applications are welcome. An unsocial allowance maybe payable.
With a focus on people it’s no surprise that we offer competitive salaries, excellent training and exceptional career prospects. We’re a growing and ambitious company, so there is huge potential at Diaverum to develop and enjoy fantastic rewards in your career. We actively encourage and support your development and career aspirations on a global scale.
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Diaverum are an equal opportunities employer
Diaverum is one of the world’s largest independent renal care providers. We can devote all our efforts to developing the best renal care services in the fields of dialysis, transplantations or preventive care and lifestyle related services.
More than five percent of the world’s adult population is suffering from some kind of kidney disease. Almost two million people have to receive ongoing dialysis treatment, several times a week.
We know our patients, their needs, and their strong desire to live a normal daily life, not being confined by their illness. Our aim is that our patients can experience a warm and homely atmosphere when visiting our clinics, and when leaving we hope they feel revitalised.