Theatre Staff Nurse/Senior ODP, Recovery - Leicester

Recruiter
Nuffield Health
Location
Leicester
Salary
£25,500 - £30,000/Year
Posted
02 Dec 2017
Closes
02 Jan 2018
Sector
Healthcare
Contract Type
Permanent
Hours
Full Time
The position is for 37.5 hours per week and the shifts will include days, evenings, weekends plus on-call duties.We are looking to recruit a Theatre Staff Nurse / Senior ODP, Recovery to join our Theatre team, ensuring high levels of patient care are met. We are interested in hearing from registered ODP's or Theatre Nurses with relevant post-registration qualification experience and proven recovery skills. Anaesthetic skills would be an advantage. As an essential part of our Theatre team, you'll deliver high quality, clinically effective patient care. We can offer you a varied surgical caseload that will help you develop your capabilities and experience. You'll enjoy the real respect, rapport and effective working of a close-knit, highly skilled, multidisciplinary team within a modern hospital with fantastic facilities.Nuffield Health Leicester HospitalFounded in 1969, Nuffield Health Leicester Hospital was originally built from funds raised by the local community and is now one of the leading providers of private healthcare in Leicestershire. The Hospital has a strong local reputation with patients remaining loyal. The Hospital had a £4.5 million refurbishment in 2011 and was the blue print for the wider Hospitals refresh programme.The Hospital has 37 ensuite inpatient beds, 2 Laminar flow theatres, Endoscopy Suite, minor treatment room and 14 consulting rooms. The hospital delivers a wide variety of inpatient and outpatient treatments and services using the best possible technologies. Since 2015 we have invested in a static MRI unit, a new digital X ray room & digital mammography. We are a local centre of excellence for Children and Young People Services. Having a Fitness & Wellbeing Gym in Leicester has led to a close working relationship and the Hospital was a forerunner for the Nuffield recovery plus programme. An excellent communicator and team worker, you must be flexible, motivated and committed to providing the highest standards of patient care. You'll enjoy the variety of working within different specialist areas, as well as the flexibility to work shifts. And you'll do it in an innovative, clean, modern working environment, while benefiting from support and training opportunities, plus the time and nurse-patient ratio that ensures quality of care.