Surrey & Sussex NHS Trust
We provide emergency and non-emergency services to the residents of East Surrey, north-east West Sussex, and South Croydon, including the major towns of Crawley, Horsham, Reigate and Redhill; a community of over 535,000 people.
At East Surrey Hospital in Redhill we provide acute and complex services and a range of outpatient, diagnostic services whilst Crawley Hospital and Horsham in West Sussex and Caterham Dene Hospital and Oxted Health Centre in Surrey provide less complex planned services. East Surrey Hospital is also the designated major trauma centre for Gatwick Airport.
We are one of the best performing Trusts in England:
Surrey and Sussex Healthcare NHS Trust
Macmillan Clinical Specialist Nurse – Malignant Haematology
An exciting opportunity has arisen for a highly motivated and committed Clinical Specialist Nurse to join the Clinical Haematology Team at Surrey and Sussex Healthcare NHS Trust. The post holder will join a flexible and enthusiastic team in a forward thinking department who are committed to working as ‘One Team’ for the benefit of patients.
You will need to be a Registered Nurse currently working at band 6/7 with a strong interest in Haematology nursing. The post holder will be responsible for patients with Leukaemia, Myeloma, Lymphoma, and other haematological malignancies and to deliver high support care to patients with a wide range of other haematological conditions.
The Haematology department has 4 Haematology Consultants, a Specialty Doctor, 3 Macmillan Clinical Nurse Specialists and an Anti-Coagulation Specialist Nurse. The Clinical Haematology department has a 5 bedded ward where patients with haematological malignancies and solid tumour cancer patients requiring in patient chemotherapy are admitted. (Level II Haematology Unit)
You need to be forward thinking, well organised, flexible and have a positive attitude towards change. You will need to work independently as an autonomous practitioner, be able to use your initiative and be assertive in approach.
We offer a supportive, exciting and challenging work environment and we are committed to development of our staff. The successful candidate would work mainly at East Surrey Hospital however may be also be required to cover ‘outreach’ services at Crawley Hospital.
It is highly recommended that prospective candidates take the opportunity to come and visit the Trust and the Haematology Department.
Should you wish to discuss this post informally or arrange a visit please contact:-
Alison Costain, Lead Macmillan Clinical Nurse Specialist for Malignant Haematology
Tel: ( Phone number removed ) Ext: 6454
Closing date: 23 October 2016
Interviews: Week commencing 31 October 2016
“Equality of opportunity is our policy, irrespective of age, disability, gender, race and ethnicity, religion or belief and sexual orientation”.
“We welcome applications that reflect our diverse local population and the communities we serve, especially those from an ethnic minority background or those with disabilities. We can make reasonable adjustments and offer support and advice in a variety of ways throughout the application process”.
If you are an SpR applying for a Consultant post, please ensure you provide either your Medical Director or Clinical Director as one of your referees.
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Benefits include on-site car parking for staff, restaurant facilities, full educational library services, on-site nursery at East Surrey Hospital and excellent rail and bus links. We also participate in a car sharing scheme and provide lockable storage for cycles.
We are unable to obtain work permits for positions within this Trust unless otherwise specified in the advert. If you require a work permit and have one currently please note these are not transferable between NHS Trusts or other organisations.
Some vacancies may expire before the advertised closing date. This is in line with the Department of Health's policy.
Unfortunately we are unable to send out regret letters to all applicants. Therefore, if you have not received a reply within 4 weeks of the closing date you will not have been shortlisted. However, this should not deter you from applying for similar positions within the Trust in the future.
We are committed to Improving Working Lives and Equal Opportunities. This Trust is a designated No Smoking site, for further information please see our No Smoking Policy.
This post is subject to the Rehabilitation of Offenders Act (Exceptions Order) 1975 and as such it will be necessary for a submission for Disclosure to be made to the Disclosure and Barring Service (formerly known as CRB) to check for any previous criminal convictions.
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