Band 6 Nurse - Neuro Ward

London, Greater London, England
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Pulse Nursing £34098.0 - 41498.0 Per year Full time, Part time Save This Job
Pay
£34098.0 - 41498.0 Per year
Hours
Full time, Part time
Contract
Permanent
Role
Staff Nurse, Senior Nurse, Senior Staff Nurse/Senior Sister
Posted
12 Feb 2024
Closes
16 May 2024

Job Description

Band 6 Staff Nurse – Koala and Possum Ward

• Location: Great Ormond Street Hospital

• Speciality: Brain - Neurosciences/ Neurosurgery

• Hours: 37.5 hours / mixed shift pattern

• Type: Full Time/Permanent (Part Time hrs considered)

• Salary: Between £42,471 - £50,364 per annum inclusive (depending on experience)

Are you looking to develop your nursing skills in paediatric neurosciences? We are offering an exciting opportunity to work on Koala or Possum or maybe even to rotate across both wards at Great Ormond Street Hospital (GOSH).

We are looking for NMC-registered band 6 nurses to join a well-established team at Great Ormond Street Hospital (GOSH).

This experience will enable you to develop skills in medical, surgical, and high dependency paediatric neuroscience nursing at a world-renowned Hospital. No previous neuroscience experience is required, as full support and training will be provided by Great Ormond Street Hospital (GOSH) ward-based education and management team.

About the role

Koala ward is a 24 bedded state-of-the-art children's ward caring for children 0-16 years of age with neurosurgical, neurological, and craniofacial conditions. We provide world class care for conditions such as hydrocephalus, complex epilepsy, neurovascular and brain tumours. You will also get the opportunity to develop your high dependency skills in this fast-paced environment.

Possum ward is a brand new 8 bedded neurosciences unit opening in December 2023. The unit specialises in the management of children 0-16 years of age with a wide variety of neurological conditions including stroke and complex epilepsy. This smaller unit will enable you to consolidate your skills and continue to explore the ever-changing world of neurosciences.

Development Provided

You will receive help and support to achieve your future career goals through a personalised career development plan. Support to advance your specialist clinical skills in both High Dependency and complex surgical specialties.

Expand your educational development through access to relevant courses and support from our dedicated Practice Educators and Practice Facilitators.

Internal transfer scheme to make the most of the opportunities for exposure to different specialties within GOSH and working practices without having to go to another organisation.

Benefits include

• A minimum of 27 days annual leave plus bank holidays

• NHS pension scheme

• Interest-free season ticket loans

• Subsidised on-site staff massage

• On-site Nursery

• A wide range of sports and social activities

• Help with finding accommodation

• A staff counselling and advice service

• A staff recognition scheme, in the form of a monthly and annual awards ceremony

• On-going professional development

• Culture Club

Requirements for this role

• NMC Registration nurse - paediatrics

• Relevant nursing qualification with 2-3 years post-graduation experience

• Assessor or practice supervisor qualification/experience is desirable

• Experience within neurosurgery/neurosciences

• Evidence of ongoing professional development linked to demonstrable competencies

• Experience of working with acute/chronically sick children or specialised transferrable skills

• Understand the importance of research and evidence-based practice

• Excellent understanding of professional and current issues in children’s nursing

• Understanding of safeguarding issues according to Trust policies and procedures

• Understating or evidence of fulfilling requirements for Revalidation

• Understanding of principles of clinical governance (e.g. risk management, audit, quality)

• Knowledge of clinical incidents and complaints and reporting, ward specialities are advantageous

• Ability to work well both in a team and on own initiative

• Good time management skills

• Excellent verbal and written communication skills

• Computer literate

• Evidence of continuous professional development

Ref: LPN2

Job Details

Band 6 Nurse - Neuro Ward

London, Greater London, Englandd Pulse Nursing
Pay
£34098.0 - 41498.0 Per year
Job level
Staff Nurse, Senior Nurse, Senior Staff Nurse/Senior Sister
Hours
Full time, Part time
Posted
12 Feb 2024
Type
Permanent
Closes
16 May 2024

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