Based in Guildford, the Royal Surrey County Hospital (RSCH) is a leading general hospital with 507 beds and specialist centre for cancer services and treatment. The RSCH serves a population of 320,000 for emergency and general hospital services and 12 million people for cancer services. The hospital has an annual income of £330 million. We employ over 3500 staff.
Our mission is to deliver the best patient care - ANYWHERE
Every year the RSCH sees around 280,000 outpatients, admits 61,000 patients for treatment and 70,000 patients attend our A&E department. The Trust is also a centre of excellence and training for minimal access surgery.
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Band 6 Senior Staff Nurse Fixed term Contract 6 months – SCBU
We are currently looking to appoint a suitably experienced and skilled Band 6 Senior Neonatal Staff Nurse to join our friendly team, on a 6-month fixed term contract.
Our level one SCBU has 12 cots, and cares for intensive, high dependency and special care babies of 28 weeks gestation and above. We have facilities to provide short-term ventilatory support and breathing assistance for babies requiring Nasal Continuous Positive Airway (NCPAP) and High Flow Oxygen therapy.
We pride ourselves in our approach to the delivery of family-centred care. All members of our team are committed to helping new parents cope with the experience of having their baby on SCBU.
All staff receive a comprehensive induction package and will be supported by our Practice Development Sister, whilst they adjust to their new position.
As a Senior Staff Nurse you will lead by example, act as a role model for junior staff, be motivated and committed to helping others and must provide excellent clinical and leadership skills. You will be expected to support the Unit Manager in helping further improve our service.
The successful candidate must hold an NMC Statement of Entry/NMC Pin Card and must have:
- Current or recent experience of working in NICU or SCBU within the NHS
- Successfully completed Special Care, High Dependency and Intensive Care Course (405) or equivalent neonatal pathway
- At least 1 year experience working in an acute NICU post completion of the neonatal pathway
- Successfully completed the Mentorship Course and subsequent experience as a mentor. Sign-off Mentor experience (Child Branch) is desirable
- Be reliable, hardworking and flexible
Part-time hours will be considered, minimum of 30 hours per week
To arrange an informal tour, please contact Giezl Pulanco, SCBU Manager, and/or Fiona England, Practice Development Sister on ( Phone number removed ) extension 4701.
Closing Date: 30th October 2016
Interviews: Week commencing 7th November 2016
If you are interested in applying for this post please use the links below to access the full job description and apply online.
In order to streamline recruitment within our Trust some of our vacancies may expire prior to the advertised closing date. This is in line with the Department of Health's policy.
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