£32,000 - £36,000 DOE
Medical and Nursing
As a Registered Nurse or ODP you will be expected to provide skilled assistance under the supervision of a consultant surgeon. You will also be expected to participate in the planning, delivery and evaluation of individualised patient care, working as a pro-active and efficient member of the MDT. Participation in the provision of teaching, assessment and development opportunities for other members of the surgical team is also expected.
Skills & Experience
- Relevant theatre experience as a scrub and advanced scrub practitioner
- Knowledge of current research, key issues and development in theatre practice
- Knowledge of Health & Safety/Risk
- NMC registered Nurse part 1 or HCPC registered Operating Department Practitioner
- Qualification as Advanced Scrub Practitioner or equivalent
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Eclypse Recruitment specialise in the placement of permanent or contract candidates within the social and healthcare industry. We are successful in what we do and as well as always staying professional we aim to beat our competitors.
We provide an honest yet professional approach to our clients and candidates alike. We believe honesty is the best policy and as an agency we support our client and candidate needs.
Our healthcare consultants are all experienced within the industry and are available at your convenience if not within the office hours then out of hours a specialised consultant is always on hand to take your call which is important to us.
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We provide to a number of private and large corporate care homes as well as independently owned nurseries throughout the UK, Scotland and Ireland.