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At Spire Manchester Hospital we never compromise our commitment to exceptional standards. We provide comprehensive private hospital care for patients throughout Greater Manchester and the surrounding areas.
Within this role, the successful candidate will be responsible for the care of mainly surgical patients on a busy ward. The wide range of clinical procedures provided by Spire Manchester Hospital means that you will be exposed to a diverse range of nursing specialisms such as: orthopaedic, paediatric and bariatric surgery. Your role will include managing a group of patients providing clinical skills including communicating with the patient, assessing their immediate and future care needs and aiding their recovery. This might include care of their surgical site, medicine management and fluid balance.
As a team leader Senior Staff Nurse, you will be responsible for managing and co coordinating the shift in the absence of the Ward Sister. In these instances, you will be required to carry the cardiac arrest bleep for the hospital (ALS training will be provided if required).You will also support the Ward Sister and Ward Manager with the development of more junior colleagues.
Working hours: This is a full time position, 375 hours per week. The post entails working on a rotation basis covering both day and night shifts.
Location: Spire Manchester Hospital, Whalley Range. The Hospital is close to Manchester City Centre, and there is parking available
Who we are looking for
Qualifications & Training:
We are looking for qualified Registered Nurses. ALS and mentorship qualifications would also be desirable, however training can be provided if necessary.
We are looking for a confident Registered Nurse with demonstrable experience of running a ward in the absence of more senior staff as well as experience of mentoring students and more junior colleagues.
The successful candidate will have experience of working in teams and working with minimum supervision. Previous surgical experience is essential and ideally you will have experience of applying clinical reasoning skills to a range of complex and varied patient case mixes.
Knowledge and Technical Ability:
You will be able to demonstrate an understanding of delivering high quality care and what it takes to make a difference to the patients admitted under your care, as well as having an interest in current evidence based practice and a desire to make a difference.
You will be competent across a range of nursing skills supported by professional and clinical knowledge and you will possess the mandatory training requirements for the role including infection control and health and safety competencies. In addition, you must be able to demonstrate the principles of accountable practice and have evidence of pursuing your continued professional development.
As a member of our team, you will be passionate about patient care, have high clinical standards and be looking for ways to improve the way we run our business. Your collaborative and positive approach to team working will mean you fit in well with our culture. We really value people who are organised and efficient, and who combine this with a genuine empathy for vulnerable and sick patients which is clearly perceptible. We need you to be willing to be flexible in your working patterns and processes.
All applications for this vacancy should be received by 1st November 2016.
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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