Are you an experienced Adult nurse ready for a new challenge? We have an opportunity for a Junior Sister / Charge Nurse to join the inpatient Haematology ward, a fast paced unit caring for patients with a range of malignant and non-malignant Haematology conditions undergoing treatments such as chemotherapy, stem cell transplants and CAR T transplants.
We are one of the major units in the country and building work has now commenced on our new purpose built inpatient Transplant Unit which will have 34 side rooms and will bring excellent opportunities.
The Trust is a centre of excellence for care and research and you will be expected to work with the rest of the nursing team and liaise very closely with other members of the MDT to ensure that our patients receive the best possible care and experience.
The job is challenging and interesting as the treatments are different for each patient and so their care and needs are different too.
The trials and protocols are varied and there's lots to learn. We are a friendly, experienced team, who have high standards and strive to deliver excellent patient care.
We are aware that it's hard work, but this is a perfect opportunity for the right person looking to extend their skills.
In return there are various training opportunities available on and off site and we would offer you a personal development plan tailored to your individual needs.
You will be encouraged to expand and develop your knowledge, skills and competencies within a supported and friendly environment.
This advert closes on Monday 31 Aug 2020
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