RNs with IV Chemotherapy competence - London
Healthcare Perm Staff Ltd
£32,000.00 - £36,000.00 /Year
We are currently recruiting Registered Nurses with IV Chemotherapy competence in the London area. You will be regionally based with the autonomy of managing your own caseload of patients who receive oral & IV chemotherapy, and other cancer related therapies.
The role will involve:
• Taking the lead in delivering Chemotherapy, injections and therapies to patients in their own homes
• Working with specialist nursing teams
The Company offers:...
• Competitive basic salary
• Car or car allowance (£3,600pa FTE) as appropriate, plus optional fuel card
• Company pension plan
• Life assurance
• Healthcare insurance
• Childcare Benefit scheme
• 25 days annual leave plus Bank Holidays
• Refund of NMC fees after 12 months service.
• Up to £5Kpa incentive for working inside the M25
The roles are field based and you will travel between patients’ homes to deliver their treatment. The roles require you to be well organised and motivated. Treatments will include IV chemotherapy infusions and sub cut injections.
You will need to be competent in the administration of IV Chemotherapy drugs and infusion via all types of lines. You will hold a recognised Chemotherapy qualification. Cannulation and venepuncture competency is essential. Proven experience in acute care essential.
Applicants must be a Registered Nurse with a valid NMC PIN and a full UK driving licence.
If you would like to find out more please contact Ola on 07950 900 752 or Agnieszka 07789 883 143
Home Care Nurse will be responsible for providing high quality, cost effective
clinical care to a caseload of patients across Intravenous Therapies, Oncology,
Enzyme Replacement Therapy and Biologics or any new service line introduced.
communicate effectively at all times and at all levels within the company and
with external customers, patients and their families.
promote a progressive attitude to the continuous improvement of standards of
care through research and evidence based practice.