Displaying 13 jobs from London Nursing & Care - Permanent
Nutritional Nurse Lead Permanent, Full time £45,000 per annum Pulse is recruiting a Nutritional Nurse Lead for a large private hospital based in South East London that provides healthcare services across a wide range of specialties. Its a dynamic and highly professional environment where the advanced equipment and technology is second to none and employees take pride in being the best at what they do. The Nutrition Nurse Lead will have an integral role within the current Nutritional Support Team and Nutrition Steering Committee (NSC). The specialist nurse will work to provide advanced care to patients receiving nutritional support. They will be available to support nurses caring for enteral or parentally feed patients, whilst also leading educational sessions and reviewing current feeding policies alongside other members of the team (i.e. dietitian, pharmacist and gastroenterologist). The nutrition nurse will be instrumental in training nurses on new, and evidence based procedures linked to enteral (i.e. CORTRAK) or parental feeding. Along with working alongside a dedicated team of nurses, the Nutritional Nurse Lead will be rewarded with a competitive salary of £45,000 per annum along with a great benefits package. Duties and Responsibilities To develop a Nurse Led Enteral and Parenteral Nutrition Service To work closely with the Dietetic team To provide expert advice to patients requiring enteral or parenteral feeding To introduce a new Outreach service for the placement of NG tubes Advise nurses on the management of long term enteral feeding i.e. percutaneous endoscopic gastrostomy (PEG) feeding, and support patients who may me experiencing complications i.e. buried bumper syndrome Recognise complications of total parenteral nutrition, and support nurses initiate appropriate actions as necessary Work closely with clinical HODs in investigating incidents and introducing new systems / training to improve practice Be proficient in the preparation processes needed for patients home discharge on enteral feeding, and contribute towards the necessary arrangements for safe discharges into the community Provide specialist and practical advice for patients and families leading up to their discharges on enteral feeding Keep up to date with evidence based guidelines (i.e. British Association of Parental and Enteral Nutrition (BAPEN), and revise hospital processes to ensure their relevance and practicability Skills & Experience Extensive experience with Parenteral / Enteral feeding Achieved or working towards a recognised Nutrition related post-graduate qualification Experience as CNS EN/TPN or Nutrition Link Nurse Have excellent knowledge in, and practical skills for placing enteral feeding tubes (i.e. nasogastric tubes) and checking placements (i.e. pH monitoring and Cortrak) Previous experience of managing a small team Expertise working within relevant specialities including but not limited to: nutrition support (oral, enteral and parenteral), gastrointestinal conditions, medical and surgical wards, oncology, ITU/critical care, and Bariatric. To discuss this role further you can call us today. Alternatively you can complete the form below and one of our dedicated Consultants will call you as soon as possible to discuss further.
Senior Staff Nurse Cardiac Permanent, full time £36,500 per annum Pulse is recruiting a Senior Staff Nurse Cardiac for a large Central London Private hospital. The cardiology department within the hospital consists of 2 units specializing in cardiothoracic surgery and interventional cardiology procedures. The Senior Staff Nurse will be responsible for providing high quality nursing through assessing, planning, delivering and evaluating care for patients within the Cardiac Ward. The role will require effectively working within the team, supervising, coaching and developing junior staff and deputising for the Senior Nursing team when necessary, as well as being confident working independently. The successful candidate will promote a progressive attitude to the continual improvement of patient care and the services offered within the Cardiac Ward. This post will involve caring for acute cardiac medical and cardiac interventional patients. The chosen candidate will be rewarded with a salary of £36,500 depending on experience and skills. This is a full time position, consisting of long days involving 13 11.5 hour shifts within a 4 week period, which includes days, nights and weekends. Duties and Responsibilities Assess, plan and deliver care, based on individual patient and family needs Managing a caseload of patients Act as a clinical role model for all members of staff, demonstrating best practice at all times Supervise and direct junior team members, deputizing for senior staff in their absence Drive high standards of care, assisting with promoting development initiatives and assisting with coaching and development of the team Skills & Experience RGN with valid NMC PIN Some leadership experience Experience of working within an interventional cardiology unit. Mentorship & preceptorship experience, and a desire to work towards an ENB 998 certificate Excellent communication skills, both written and verbal Strong time management and prioritization skills Phlebotomy skills are desirable To discuss this role further you can call us today. Alternatively, please complete the form below and one of our dedicated Consultants will be in touch with you as soon as possible.
Clinical Practice Facilitator Adult Oncology Permanent, Full time £36,646 - £43,549 per annum We have a permanent, full time opportunity for a Clinical Practice Facilitator. This is to join an Adult Oncology Team within a private Central London Hospital. The role will require the Clinical Practice Facilitator to develop strategies for induction, education and continuing professional development of nursing staff within the Adult Oncology Team. The Adult Acute Surgical Team provides a full range of surgical services including gynaecology, to ENT procedures, spinal procedures and interventional surgery. The patient mix consists of adults with a variable level of dependency. On top of this the successful candidate will work within an established organization based in one of Londons most renowned medical locations and known worldwide for its outstanding service. They will also have access to the well priced and high quality food range available within the staff restaurant. The successful candidate will be rewarded with a salary between £36,646 to £43,549 per annum. Duties and Responsibilities Working with the CPFs, is closely involved clinically with the development of all grades of staff including post registration course students, pre-registration students, graduate nurses and Overseas Nursing Programme nurses, determining proficiency based on competency assessment. Work with the Matron and Senior Sister and Adult Oncology nursing team and other CPFs to identify strategies for practice development. Work with the Matron and Senior Sister and Adult Oncology nurses and other CPFs to identify and implement structures to support best practice. Promote and incorporate research/evidence based practice within the clinical setting. Facilitate awareness of professional and educational development by acting as a resource person. Deputise in the absence of the Matron or the Senior Sister and Adult Oncology nurses. Develop competency based practice, supported by the other CPFs Liaise with outside educational organisations to help support the learning and development strategy Working with the Matron, senior nurses and other CPFs establish a system for the implementation of practice change/improvement following action planning in response to incidents. To work 50% of the time in the clinical area supporting the Adult Oncology staff in practice, facilitating reflective practice and providing day to day support. Skills & Experience NMC Registered Nurse with relevant Degree in Nursing Assessing & Mentoring qualification Relevant courses / experience in Oncology Leadership or management training Basic Life Support training Excellent Adult Oncology clinical skills Effective managerial, leadership and organisational skills. Effective teaching, training and preceptorship skills. Chemotherapy competent Significant post registration experience of having worked with acute/chronically unwell Oncology patients. To discuss this position further you can call us today or complete the form below and we will be in touch as soon as possible.
Sister/ Charge Nurse - Adult Acute Surgical Team Permanent, Full Time £40,942 to £47,468 (incl. 9% enhancement) Pulse is working in partnership with one of Central Londons most prestigious hospitals which specialises in complex, cancer, cardiac and neuroscience, care for both adults and children. With the most advanced medical equipment and the largest private paediatric ITU in the country, this hospital attracts some of the finest specialist consultants from many of London's major teaching hospitals. This leading hospital is now looking to recruit a Sister/Charge Nurse to join their Adult Acute Surgical Team. This provides a full range of acute surgical services including neurosurgery (craniotomies, brain tumour debulking), upper and lower GI surgery (oesophagectomy, Whipples, abdominal wall reconstructive surgery colostomy and ileostomy formation and reversal, hemicolectomy), complex ENT and maxillofacial surgery (tumour debulking and reconstruction including tracheostomy formation), gynaecology, breast reconstructive surgery (mastectomy and DIEP flap reconstruction) and liver surgery. The patient mix consists of adults with a variable level of dependency and provides ITU and HDU step down care. The unit also offers an enhanced recovery pathway for most specialties. In addition to working within an innovative team and state of the art department the successful candidate will receive a competitive salary between £40,942 to £47,468 (incl. 9% enhancement). You will also have access to a well priced and high quality food range available within the staff restaurant. This role is a pivotal post within the department providing effective leadership, expertise, advice and support to the team. You will be able to inspire, motivate and develop the nursing workforce to deliver the highest quality nursing care, through your clinical leadership. You will be able to make effective use of resources ensuring the highest standards of care to patients and families are achieved on a 24-hour basis. This is a full time position with a rotation of shifts. Duties and Responsibilities Make efficient use of available resources, within budgetary constraints Prioritise workloads and direct staff accordingly Demonstrate and role model outstanding clinical practice at all times Develop and coach team members to ensure consistently high standards of care are me Regularly deputise for Modern Matron/other departmental Sisters when required Evaluate the work of the team and ensure standards are met Skills & Experience NMC Registered Nurse, currently working in post as a Sister/Charge Nurse Level or relevant experience demonstrating the appropriate competencies and skills for the job Evidence of further education including post-graduate certification/diploma/Continuous Professional development Management skills and Leadership or management training Basic Life Support training Experience of Mentorship / Preceptorship of junior staff Demonstrable experience of managing budgets To discuss this role further or to apply you can call us today. Alternatively, complete the form below and one of our dedicated Consultants will be in touch with you as soon as possible.
Senior Staff Nurse Orthopaedics Permanent, Full Time £34,205 - £38,738 per annum We are interested to hear from experienced Orthopaedic Nurses now wanting a new exciting challenge - Pulse is working alongside a large, well established private hospital in Central London to recruit a Senior Nurse for their Orthopaedic department. This role is based within a dedicated 22 bedded inpatient orthopaedic/surgical ward that is committed to providing both excellent nursing and customer service. This department very much focuses on the entire patients journey from admission to discharge. They believe it is very important to our nursing teams that they get to spend valuable one-on-one time with their patients something that would be difficult to do in an NHS hospital of this size. Due to the expansion of the Orthopaedic Services and management team we are currently seeking to recruit a motivated, clinically skilled, patient focused Senior Staff Nurse. The role includes assessing, planning, delivering and evaluating high standards of nursing care. You will work within a team, supervising and directing junior staff and deputising for the charge nurse / ward sisters on a regular basis. You will also be responsible for ensuring our patients receive an excellent patient experience and be directly involved in staff development, audit, clinical benchmarking and development. Duties and Responsibilities Independently assess patient care requirements and agree with the patient the level of nursing care required involving the main carer where appropriate. Deliver nursing care and initiate change or decide upon new and complex care with appropriate supervision and acts as the patient advocate. Work with HCA/students delegating and supervising care as appropriate. Evaluate nursing outcomes based on assessment and analysis of nursing interventions. Provide effective on-going evaluation of nursing care and interventions. Recognise and take appropriate action in emergency situations. Ensure that appropriate nursing procedures are implemented relating to all intravenous therapy and other care undertaken. Skills & Experience Registered Nurse Level 1 with current valid NMC Relevant qualifications including the Mentorship course and relevant orthopaedic / surgical course. Phlebotomy training desirable. Evidence of updating clinical skills/knowledge Management skills /mentorship skills In addition to working within a supportive and structured team, the successful candidate will be rewarded with a competitive salary between £34,205 - £38,738 per annum. To discuss further or to apply you can call us today or complete the form below and one of our experienced Consultants will get back to you as soon as possible.
Staff Nurse General Surgery/Gynaecology Permanent, full time Band 5 Pulse is working alongside a large, well established private hospital in Central London to recruit a Staff Nurse. This Staff Nurse position is to work within the surgical floor which specialises in gastroenterology (surgical and medical), colorectal, hepatobiliary, ENT, Plastic and reconstruction, breast care and other general surgical intervention. The department is committed to providing both excellent nursing and customer service and gives a lot of scope for career and personal development. As the Staff Nurse, youll assess, plan and deliver care in what is a fast-paced environment. You will need to lead the way with excellent clinical practice, an efficient approach to managing the team and resources, and a clear focus on delivering the highest standards through a strong team approach. This is a full time permanent position working 37.5 hrs per week and the shifts will consist of: Long Days Shifts- (0800-2030) Nights (2000-0830) Weekends and Bank Holidays Duties and Responsibilities Managing a caseload of patients To demonstrate good clinical practice at all times and to be accountable for own actions Undertake extended roles such as IV cannulation, phlebotomy Contribute to the setting of clinical standards, policy and procedure To maintain a safe environment for patients and staff To deputise for senior staff in their absence, demonstrating leadership and management Skills & Experience Registered Nurse Level 1 NMC Registration and PREP requirements ENB course/experience relevant to specialist area desirable but not essential Phlebotomy and venepuncture proficiency desirable To discuss this role further or to apply please call us today. Or you can complete the form below and one of our dedicated Consultants will be in touch with you as soon as possible.
Staff Nurse Neurosurgical Permanent, Full time Band 5/6 Pulse is working alongside the largest independent hospital in the United Kingdom to recruit a Staff Nurse to work on their dedicated and leading Neurosurgical department. Within this department the team use the very latest medical technology including the most advanced Da Vinci Robot and state of the art diagnostic imaging equipment. The Staff nurse will be working across an 18 bedded, acute Neurosurgical, Neuromedical unit with a dedicated team of Neuro trained nurses caring for patients with elective and emergency neurosurgical needs. The unit boasts 9 specialist leading neurosurgeons who also hold senior positions within leading London teaching hospitals. This unit treats the full range of adult neurosurgical conditions including brain tumours, degenerative disease of the spine including nerve compression, vascular conditions such as cerebral aneurysms and brain or spinal injuries. The post holder will plan, deliver and evaluate high standards of nursing care. They will be working within a team, supervising and directing junior staff and deputising for Senior Staff Nurse and Sister in their absence. Duties and Responsibilities Assess, plan and deliver care to meet patient and family needs Demonstrate good clinical practice at all times Contribute to high standards of care and development initiatives Supervise and direct junior team members and deputizing for senior staff in their absence Undertake extended roles such as IV Cannulation and phlebotomy Provide patients and their families with information around the care and management of their condition Carry out nursing duties as requested by senior staff Skills & Experience Registered Nurse Level 1 UKCC Registration and PREP requirements ENB course/experience relevant to specialist area desirable Phlebotomy training desirable Mentorship course is desirable Neurosurgical or Surgical nursing experience is desired To discuss this position further or to apply you can call us today. Alternatively, please complete the form below and one of our experienced Consultants will be in touch with you as soon as possible.
Research Nurse Manager Permanent, Full-time Up to £45,000 per annum Pulse has an exciting opportunity to offer an experienced Research Nurse the role as Research Manager within a well renowned Clinical Trials Unit in Central London. This impressive unit covers various specialities including: Asthma Allergy COPD Urology General Medicine Within the unit, facilities are available for Phase I, II and III clinical testing of new drugs and novel techniques in these areas. The unit has consolidated its expertise and experience and has a proven track record in performing clinically based pharmacological research to the highest international standard. We are looking for an experienced Registered Nurse Manager with excellent clinical skills and consolidated experience in clinical trials. The role will involve management and coordination of all clinical research studies within the department, whilst working as part of a multidisciplinary team. You will be required to provide clinical leadership within the department as required. A good knowledge of ICH GCP principles is crucial. This is an exciting and dynamic role that will provide excellent development opportunities within the clinical research field. A full induction programme and ongoing training is provided. Flexibility over working hours is essential across a 37.5 working week. In addition to being part of an established team, the successful candidate will be rewarded with a competitive salary of up to £45,000 per annum. So, whether youre an experienced Research Nurse with over 4/5 years experience and exposure coordinating and managing trials OR a Research Manager currently looking for a new challenge, we want to hear from you! To hear more about this role you can call us today or complete the form below and one of our experienced and dedicated Consultants will be in touch with you as soon as possible.
Nurse Advisor £27,000 - £30,000 per annum Pulse is working in partnership with a UK leading healthcare organisation to recruit Nurse Advisors. Nurses will be working within a corporate office based setting in the heart of Manchester offering telephone based health and wellbeing support, advice and guidance. We are very interested to hear from nurses with a minimum of 1 years post qualification experience and current NMC registration. We welcome applications from nurses with experience in one or more of the following specialties: Cardiac Obstetrics and Gynaecology Gastroenterology The Nurse Advisor will hold the clinical knowledgebase and experience in their allocated and chosen speciality as detailed above and would then case manage clients according to their requirements. The nurses will act as the clinical specialists assisting clients to make informed decisions regarding their health/treatments. This could relate to: Providing treatment advice pre or post a confirmation of a diagnosis Referral advice and liaising with various Consultants, external organisations and GPs Post treatment/surgery follow up Acting as a central contact point throughout a clients treatment process. This post is alongside a successful private organisation with a proven track record of high-quality and easy-access healthcare facilities and services. Therefore, we are searching for candidates that can provide an efficient service with a professional stance at all times. Corporate experience would be desirable but not essential. As this position is telephone based, strong communication skills are a must. In addition to a clear and professional telephone manner. For applicants wanting to maintain up to date clinical skills, there are opportunities offered to work part time and remain part time within a clinical position or there could be a possibility throughout the year to work occasional shifts throughout the organisations clinical setting in other parts of their business. The right applicant will be rewarded with a salary of between £27,000 - £30,000 per annum in addition to, a range of benefits including free gym, study leave and a generous holiday entitlement. Depending on which specialty the Nurse Advisor covers the majority of positions are to work Monday Friday 8am 8pm. This is a great role for a nurse now wanting to move away from a clinical, patient facing environment but still maintain and utilise their clinical knowledge and experience. So, if you are looking to work alongside a passionate and friendly employer offering a competitive salary package and a range of benefits including study leave and a generous holiday entitlement please do call us. To apply for this role or to discuss further, please complete the application form and one of our team will be in touch with you as soon as possible.
Clinical Effectiveness Nurse FT salary equivalent £28,000 Part time 22.5 hrs per week Margate, Kent Pulse is recruiting on a behalf of a private hospital in Kent for a Clinical Effectiveness Nurse. This position is part time and its purpose is to support the Quality Assurance Manager to ensure that the patients journey and experience is seamless and that any problematic areas, clinical or otherwise, are identified and discussed so that changes can be made to practises/policies if required. The hospital predominantly offers surgical services so we are looking for RNs who are experienced in surgical nursing and it would be advantageous if the candidates can also demonstrate experience within Clinical Governance, Clinical Audit and/or Risk. The successful candidate will work with staff across the hospital and also those external to the organisation, such as GPs, Care Quality Commission, Insurance companies and Education establishments. The core roles and responsibilities will include, but are not limited to: Attending Medical Advisory Meetings Review of unplanned occurrences and presenting at internal meetings Collating reports Auditing and making recommendations Tracking clinical incidences and being aware of trends Liaising with surgical and medical consultants Preparing information for board reports. The hospital is continually striving to improve clinical standards and recognising what is required to improve the patients journey and clinical incidences and the successful candidate will therefore be involved in the education and training of staff in relation to any new practices/updates that have been recognised. To discuss this role further please do call us today or complete the form below and one of our experienced Consultants will be in touch with you as soon as possible.
Practice Nurse Permanent, full time Central London, Harley Street Up to £40,000 per annum Pulse is proud to be assisting a very prestigious and well-respected Practice in the centre of Londons renowned medical district Harley Street. The practice currently runs with 4 GPs and one part time GP alongside the Practice Nurse. This Practice runs both general medical consultations and emergency consultations - this is a very busy practice. The successful candidate will be working within a committed team of practitioners delivering a variety of services so this will be a varied role. The Practice Nurse will assist the GPs with the day-to-day smooth running of the clinic, which includes; general medical consultations, exercise and lifestyle coaching, travel health advice and vaccinations, Occupational Health assessments and various cardiac testing. This would ideally suit a nurse with a minimum of 2/3 years post registration experience who is now wanting to develop within a Practice Nurse post. Full training is provided however; we are looking for a candidate with a strong interest to develop their career as a Practice Nurse. Candidates must have vaccinations and travel health exposure. Duties will include: Patient registrations Venepuncture Administration of vaccines and injections Lung functions tests Drug/alcohol screenings Wound care and removal of dressings This is a very diverse role, where every day is different! The Practice Nurse will be rewarded with a salary of £40,000 dependent on experience and skills. There are also extended roles as part of the Practice Nurse - being clinically responsible to the practice partners, providing an effective prescription service having full stock control through a computerised system. You will also be responsible for ensuring the efficient running of the travel medicine and other nurse consultations. To discuss this role further please contact us today or complete the form below and one of our experienced Consultants will be in touch with you as soon as possible.
Cosmetic Theatre Nurse Recovery and Scrub Permanent, Full time Central London £30,000 - £35,000 per annum Pulse is recruiting experienced Cosmetic Theatre Nurses for one of the largest cosmetic surgery providers in the UK to work in their Central London hospital. We are looking for a Recovery or Scrub Nurse with a minimum of 1 years experience preferably some theatre exposure to cosmetic/plastic surgery. However a strong interest in the cosmetic surgery field is a must! This client offers surgical and non surgical treatments to both male and females and the various surgical treatments include: Breast augmentations/enlargement Rhinoplasty Vaginal surgery Liposuction This nurse will be a key member of the team dedicating to the smooth running of the coordination and managing of the theatre list. Also, liaising with Consultant Surgeons on a regular basis we are looking for a confident and strong communicator with good presentation skills as you will be representing this cosmetic surgery provider. The nurse will receive a salary between £30,000 - £35,000 per annum + benefits! This is a great opportunity for a Theatre Nurse wanting to progress their career within cosmetics. Pulse is a leading healthcare staffing agency that specialises in providing temporary and permanent staff to healthcare organisations across the UK. Our permanent nursing division covers the whole of the UK and we assist Registered Nurses in gaining permanent positions, some of which never get to the advertising stage. Our service includes CV and interview preparation and assisting in salary negotiation and managing the recruitment process. So let us take the hassle out of your job search. To hear more about this role call us today or complete the form below and one of our dedicated Consultants will be in touch with you as soon as possible.
Senior Specialist Nurse £40,965 + excellent benefits package Regular working hours - Monday to Friday! London PULSE is delighted to announce that we are working in partnership with a national charity to recruit a Senior Specialist Nurse for their Healthcare team. This is a truly unique opportunity for a Registered Nurse who is experienced in either, Urology, Oncology and/or palliative care and wants to be office/home based and have a healthy and enviable work/life balance. The service is evidence based and its purpose is to meet the changing needs of people affected by Prostate Cancer. The successful candidate will provide a specialist frontline service, that provides much needed information and support to men and their families via phone, live chat and/or email, in addition to working on the get back on track service, which focuses on those who have received treatment for Prostate Cancer. As a Senior Specialist Nurse you will be managing and leading a team of 5 Specialist Nurses and you will also have the direct support of the Clinical Lead. The Senior Specialist Nurse will also monitor outcome targets and assist with the auditing of the service, and as a clinical expert you will attend specialist conferences and events to promote prostate cancer awareness, knowledge and the charitys information and support service. The successful candidate will be able to demonstrate: Experience in any of the following Urology, Oncology, Palliative Care Clinical Leadership Advanced Communication Skills Teaching/Educating others The successful candidate will be rewarded with a supportive and competency based induction and on-going support and training opportunities, so that you can continue to learn, develop your skills and expertise in order to achieve your highest aspirations. In addition you will be awarded a highly attractive salary and benefits package, which includes 36 days paid holiday. So if you are interested in finding out more about this exciting opportunity please do apply today and one of our team will be in touch shortly.
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