Staff Nurse - OXFORD, UK
Oxford, Oxfordshire, England
KCR in affiliation with Oxford University Hospitals NHS Foundation Trust currently have opportunities for nurses with excellent communication & team-working skills to join one of the largest NHS teaching trusts in the UK.
Previous work experience is not essential as the Trust provide each new staff member with a Plan Pathway for career progression.
Oxford University Hospitals (OUH) is a world renowned centre of clinical excellence & their collaboration with the University of Oxford underpins the quality of the care that is provided to patients. The Trust’s core values are excellence, compassion, respect, delivery, learning and improvement. The Trust have always been committed to providing the highest standard of care to their patients and they listen to the views of their patients, their staff, their commissioners and their stakeholders to ensure they continue to deliver improvements.
In 2016/17 Oxford University Hospitals had:
1.4 million patient contacts
Apply planned admissions
96,273 unplanned and emergency admissions
Apply Emergency Department attendances
1.35 million meals for inpatients
They also delivered over 8,000 babies!
Services include: A wide range of clinical services (including medicine, cardiology, respiratory, stroke, gastroenterology, surgery, orthopaedics, vascular, urology, operating theatres, recovery & intensive care), specialist services (including cardiac, cancer, musculoskeletal and neurological rehabilitation) medical education, training and research.
You will join one of the largest teaching trusts in the UK, a unique opportunity which will allow you to choose the speciality that you wish to work within.
You will also be immediately placed onto a Plan pathway for career progression. You will be provided with countless development and educational opportunities which will allow you to grow & progress within your chosen speciality.
Main Duties & Responsibilities
Participates in assessing, planning, implementing and evaluating individual patient care.
Ensure that all patients receive the care identified in their care plans.
Observes on the conditions of patients and maintains patients’ records accurately.
Ensures that confidentiality is maintained at all times.
Adheres to regulations regarding the custody and administration of medicines.
Maintains good communication with patients’ family/friends regarding the patients’ needs and welfare.
Organises the reception, discharge and aftercare of patients in accordance with hospital policy.
Oxford, is a city in the South East of England, approximately 45 minutes away from London via the convenient Oxford Tube Coach. The city – well known as the “City of Dreaming Spires” – is known across the world for the home of the University of Oxford. It is a city rich in history and beautiful medieval architecture. The city is the 52nd largest city in the United Kingdom, and one of the fastest growing and most ethnically diverse.
There’s lots to see and do in this vibrant city and its surrounding areas, for example, you can take a trip to Blenheim Palace, the home to the 12th Duke and Duchess of Marlborough and birthplace of Sir Winston Churchill. The Palace, set on almost 2000 acres of gardens and parkland is a great place to explore and unwind. You can visit Cotswold Wildlife Park to see over 260 animal species grazing in the beautiful surroundings of the Oxfordshire countryside or take a guided tour of Oxford to discover more about the city. Visit New College, Oxford’s oldest college situated in the heart of the city. (New College has been seen in the Harry Potter films and a number of other television productions).
WHY SHOULD YOU APPLY
Full time permanent positions (choose your speciality).
Plan pathway for career progression.
Mentorship and Preceptorship course.
Onsite accommodation & allowance of £1,000*
Free NHS Healthcare.
Salary from £22,128 - £28,746 (€25,749 - €33,509*) with yearly salary increments.
Additional pay for shift deferential and overtime.
Assistance with NMC registration and support provided with relocation to the UK.
*Exchange rates are variable, the euro prices shown above should only be used as a guide.
Posted 14 Sep 2017 Closes 11 Mar 2018 Ref: JO-1706-355392_3 This job was posted to: Nurse practitioner, Theatre nurse, Ward nurse
Posted 14 Sep 2017
Closes 11 Mar 2018
This job was posted to: Nurse practitioner, Theatre nurse, Ward nurse