Theatre Nurse – Recovery RGN/ODP Luton Up to £32,000 p/a Benefits - Harpenden

Recruiter
SYK Recruitment
Location
Harpenden
Salary
£32,000/Year
Posted
02 Dec 2017
Closes
02 Jan 2018
Sector
Healthcare
Contract Type
Permanent
Hours
Full Time
One of the country’s leading private healthcare providers currently requires experienced Theatre Nurses or Operating Department Practitioners to work in their hospital in Luton on a permanent basis in the Post Anaesthetic Care Unit and throughout the wider Operating Department, with Band 5 and 6 positions available.


Candidates should be:



A level 1 Adult/General Nurse with NMC registration or an Operating Department Practitioner with HCPC registration
Experienced in a wide range of surgical procedures, ideally in scrub and anaesthetics as well as recovery
Excellent communication and interpersonal skills
Work well independently and as part of a strong multidisciplinary team,
Committed to maintaining high clinical standards and supporting patients in their immediate post-anaesthetic recovery
Provide evidence of continuing professional development



Full time posts of 37.5 hours are available along with competitive salaries of up to £32,000 per annum is available although this may be negotiable depending on experience.


The successful candidate will be joining a leading employer that is committed to ensuring the job satisfaction of staff along with providing support for staff to undertake training and development, with extensive opportunities for career progression.


Employee benefits also include a contributory pension scheme, life assurance, private medical cover, wellness screening and eye tests.


If you are interested and would like more information about this role or any other specialist nursing vacancies in clinics and private hospitals throughout Bedfordshire, please call Siobhan Wieremiej at SYK Recruitment on 01535 604940.


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