Are you an experienced Band 6 or Band 7 Neonatal nurse that is enthusiastic in delivering high quality Neonatal care?
Would you like to work in Trust that has been rated GOOD by the CQC following inspection in April 2016?
Would you like to work in a Neonatal Unit that had several innovative practices rated as outstanding by the CQC following inspection in April 2016?
Would you like to work in a Family Care Division that was accredited with stage 3 BFI following inspection in May 2016?
Would you like to work in a Neonatal Unit where the Friends and Family and friends promoter response is 100% and the staff Friends and Family survey results are 95%?
Would you like to work in a Neonatal Unit that has been short listed from public nominations for the patient experience award for the Trust staff awards ceremony?
We have a Band 7 Shift Co-ordinator vacancy!
The NICU at Bolton NHS Foundation Trust is looking to recruit a suitably qualified and experienced nurse to join our Band 7 Shift Co-ordinator team. We are a well established level 3 unit providing a high quality service to the local neonatal network and beyond. The unit’s current cot configuration is 16 ITU/HDU and 22 SC cots. We have a team of highly dedicated consultants and nurses who work collaboratively to deliver high quality care to our patients and families.
We are looking to recruit a motivated and proactive neonatal nurse who will have excellent communication skills and a “can do” approach. Successful candidates will have QIS ($05 equivalent) and experience at Band 6 or Band 7 in a level 3 Neonatal Unit, BSc and mentorship qualification. As a senior member of staff you will provide a family centered approach to care in all areas, supporting the Matron in the day-to-day management of the unit and supporting the developing junior staff.
In return we can offer opportunities to further develop your skills in a wide range of clinical areas, leadership and management development. You will have the ongoing support of the Matron, Divisional Nurse Director and Clinical Lead.
For further details / informal visits contact:
( Phone number removed ) ext 3807/ 5725
The aims of this Trust are to improve the health of and provide the best possible care to the population in which we serve and ensure that our staff have joy and pride in their work. We are striving to recruit a workforce that reflects the communities in which we serve. We value our staff and can offer excellent opportunities for further training and development. We are keen to reflect our local population and therefore applications from all sectors of the community are welcomed.
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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