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Brief Description of the Role:
Ward 15 requires a staff nurse to assist in the smooth running of the Oncology ward. The Oncology ward is based at the BRI and cares for patients with a range of acute malignant and palliative conditions. The successful candidate will be required to provide nursing care in a multi-disciplinary team structure. The post holder must be RGN, ideally to have previous oncology, Haematology or palliative care experience and experience of teaching junior staff, both qualified and unqualified. The role will involve administering chemotherapy (on completion of appropriate training). The successful candidate must be able to demonstrate commitment to personal and service development and a dedication to providing a high standard of nursing care.
Applicants must be 1st level registered level nurse, with excellent communication skills previous ward experience, have 998/SLIP or be willing to undertake. Proven ability to prioritize and plan workload and to be capable of working within a multi-disciplinary team. Desirable skills: IV & Phlebotomy skills, experience of administering chemotherapy & blood products and health related degree/diploma.
Enquiries to: Sister Susan Scott or Sister Donna Cockburn Tel: ( Phone number removed )
We can offer staff gymnasiums on both hospital sites, subsidised restaurants, Excellent pension scheme including life assurance cover and childcare facilities.
Closing Date: 091116 (This date may change dependent on the response)
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