An exciting opportunity has arisen for a motivated registered nurse to join the senior team on the Acute Stroke Unit as Sister/Charge Nurse. The successful candidate will work as part of the senior team on the stroke unit, managing hyper-acute stroke patients from their admission to the unit, throughout their journey on Clyst and out into the community. You will assist in the management of complex situations including appropriate discharge, palliation and target achievement within a busy environment. You will play a key role in providing care within the context of a multidisciplinary team using higher levels of decision making and clinical judgement, and provide wide and extensive expertise in provision of treatment skills for all aspects of stroke care.
Our vision is to provide safe, high quality seamless services delivered with courtesy and respect. To achieve our vision we expect all our staff to uphold our Trust values. Our Trust values are:
Honesty, Openness & Integrity
Inclusion & Collaboration
Respect & Dignity
***Preference will be given to staff with ‘Priority’ and 'At Risk' status including NHS At Risk staff throughout Devon.**
DUE TO THE ANTICIPATED HIGH NUMBER OF APPLICATIONS FOR THIS POST WE RESERVE THE RIGHT TO CLOSE THE VACANCY BEFORE THE CLOSING DATE.
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