Senior Staff Nurse RGN ITU / ICU / Critical Care

STR Group Limited
17 Mar 2017
16 Apr 2017
Contract Type
Full Time

Senior Staff Nurse (RGN) - ITU / ICU / Critical Care - London - Permanent - Full-time - £34,205 - £43,271

Medicor are pleased to consider applications for the position of Senior Staff Nurse (RGN) - ITU / ICU / Critical Care working for our client based in London on a Permanent basis.

The successful candidate will be registered with the NMC Registered General Nurse and have significant post-registration experience.
You will need to have the following essential skills and experience for the position; You will be either a Staff Nurse with good levels of experience of nursing patients in a critical care or HDU setting and looking for progression or be working as a Senior Staff Nurse, ideally in an ITU setting. You will hold a Mentorship course qualification and will have a critical care post-graduate qualification. You will be able to cannulate and provide venepuncture.

We are also looking for the following desirable skills, but are not essential for the position; Experience within private healthcare.

The position is working for a leading private healthcare provider, who run a number of private hospitals in London. We have roles in a number of these hospitals and all are at the leading edge of care. As a nurse you will be caring for critically ill patients (level 3) in a private ward setting. Each ward is well equipped and nursing levels are never compromised. You will be well supported by the nursing management team and will ensure more junior members are supported by you, as well as receiving key clinical education opportunities and the chance to progress in the future. As a Senior Staff Nurse on the ITU, you will be required to work shift work, which will include days, evenings, nights and weekends

This is a Full-time Permanent position working 37.5 per week working in London.

We will consider applications for nurses requiring sponsorship for this position, but they must be NMC registered and have the required experience and training as detailed above.

The salary for this position is between £34,205 and £43,271 and is dependent on experience and suitability for the position. On top of this is benefits that include pension, private healthcare, season ticket loans, critical illness cover and much more that can be adjusted to meet your own needs. On top of this is an excellent clinical education programme and a real chance of progression in the future.

For more information on this position, please contact Wayne Smith on or send your CV and covering letter to