Staff Nurses in Oncology & Haematology - Northampton
We wish you were here! We are so proud that Northampton General and #TeamNGH has been rated as GOOD by the CQC!
We are supportive, both to our patients and staff. Its in our DNA as Nurses and now in our Vision and values as a Trust. We want to deliver the best possible care. Our employee survey has shown vast improvement over the last 3 years and that is something we are really proud of.
There are reasons for this improvement. We are on a “Journey to Excellence” and are one of the only hospitals in the UK to start this journey as well as offering DAISY® awards to our Nurses who are going above and beyond.
We are serious about engaging with our Nurses and making your workplace better, after all we understand how tough working as a Nurse can be…. We are nurses too!
We all have bad days, but things are different here at Northampton General. We are working on something special here… To make NGH somewhere that people want to work and a place where people look forward to seeing their teams and facing the challenges that each day brings. Mostly, to feel valued, as we are Nurses ourselves we understand how important it is to feel valued too.
We want to ensure you get your breaks, we want to make sure you get your supervision and your CPD time as well as getting to work with a closely knit MDT, who are all working towards the same goals.
We don’t always get it right, but together, we have created an open and safe environment where you can have honest conversations, regardless of your band or role. How else will we know how to continue improving!
We have several divisions we are currently recruiting for.
Women's, Children’s and Oncology
Northampton General Hospital Womens, Children’s / Paediatrics and Oncology Division. Its diverse!…. Really diverse. Can you imagine where your career could go? You can develop your career through experience on ward and development in the classroom or in CPD events.
Frontline teams are encouraged to develop improvement projects and are supported to put their ideas into practice and you will be You will be hard pushed to find better MDT as there is real passion and determination to provide the best possible care to our patients.
The Division has a dedicated practice development team who works across the Division and support our nurses within their clinical areas to grow and develop. Staff have an opportunity to undertake bespoke modules which are specific to their own clinical specialty.
To deliver best possible care for our patients:
We put patient safety above all else
We aspire to excellence
We reflect, we learn, we improve
We respect and support each other
To apply for this post, scroll down to the bottom of this page and select “apply on line”.Ensure you read the link “Application Form Guidance Notes” before completing your application.
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