The Leeds Renal Unit is looking for an enthusiastic, qualified registered nurse to join its busy team. The successful applicant will also be required to rotate to Seacroft Satellite Unit.
You must be dedicated to making a difference, highly motivated, dynamic and ready for the challenge of a Band 6 role.
R&S Ward, based at Seacroft Hospital, Leeds 14 is an Adult Haemodialysis Unit providing maintenance haemodialysis for patients with chronic renal failure.
Seacroft Satellite Dialysis Unit has 10 stations caring for patients with chronic renal failure requiring maintenance haemodialysis treatment. The Unit is open 6 days per week Monday to Saturday 700am to 630pm.
Applicants must have:-
At least 18 months experience at band 5.
Recognised teaching/assessing qualification
The ability to perform haemodialysis
Have excellent communication and interpersonal skills.
Have a proven track record of multidisciplinary team working.
Have the ability to work autonomously and as part of the team.
We offer an in-service induction programme supported by the Renal Unit Clinical Education Team.
For further information please contact Senior Sister Sarah Simpson on ( Phone number removed ) .
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