Nuffield Health is Britain’s largest not-for-profit healthcare organisation. Join us as a part time Oncology Senior Staff Nurse in our North Staffordshire Hospital and play your part in building a healthier nation.
Nuffield Health North Staffordshire Hospital
At the Nuffield Health North Staffordshire Hospital we're recognised for our expert clinical care, expertise and friendly atmosphere.
Our excellent teamwork and commitment to training has created an innovative clinical environment. Our purpose-build hospital has 36 bedrooms, 3 theatres and 1 minor treatment facility and busy outpatient department.
We also provide physiotherapy, pathology, CT, MRI and diagnostic imaging services. We're conveniently located in Clayton on the A519.
We also provide free parking for staff.
Whether you join us from the NHS or a private setting, we will give you the greatest opportunities to fulfil your passion for nursing and grow your career.
You will have the chance to inspire others to deliver the highest standards of patient care.
This post will support the Oncology patients through their cancer journey. Our unit treats a variety of cancers including Breast, Cervical, Ovarian, Pancreatic, GI cancers, Prostate and Haematology.
You will work within a team of skilled chemotherapy nurses as well as part of a Multi-disciplinary team ensuring that our patients are treated with the best possible care.
Lead by example and be an ambassador for the Nuffield Health way of caring.
Recognise talent, nurture junior members of staff and mentor them to be the best nurses they can be.
Deliver high quality holistic care to our cancer patients
Use clinical skills and an empathetic approach to meet each individual patient’s need.
Be part of a multidisciplinary team and work with some of the best clinical talent around to experience new practices, equipment and facilities.
Provide day-to-day supervision, including clinical supervision of junior nursing staff and students.
Work scheduling and rotas; involvement in recruitment, induction and performance reviews, training, development and mentoring.
There is an opportunity to develop skills working within the surgical cancer pathway working as a clinical specialist.
Be NMC registered and be a qualified nurse.
Have a minimum of two year’s oncology experience including the administration of Chemotherapy, cannulation and use of CVAD’s.
A Cancer qualification is desirable, but not essential. There are plenty of opportunities for staff to develop their knowledge and skills and you will be offered support for your on-going professional development.
We want you to be the best you can be. We promise that we will support you with training opportunities, career development options and our unique health & wellbeing focused benefits package.
This includes free membership across all of our Fitness & Wellbeing clubs, along with free private healthcare. Not only this but we also offer a range of lifestyle and financial wellbeing benefits.
Be your best and join us in building a healthier nation.
Salary - Dependant on experience
Closing Date - 01 / 09 / 2021
Location - Newcastle Under Lyme
Contract Type - Permanent
Weekly Hours - 30