Registered Nurse, Hospital Nurse Advisor XC1898
Registered Nurse, Clinical Nurse Advisor Role
Salary to c£40,000 + bonus,
company car and excellent benefits package
Territory: London including parts of Surrey, Sussex, Kent
Hours: Full Time, Monday to Friday
Are you a Registered Nurse/Staff Nurse looking for a new career?
Our client works closely with the NHS Business Services Authority (NHSBSA) to help the NHS meet essential quality of care and fiscal objectives. They provide expertise in procurement and supply chain and offer Trusts a unique range of services regarding products, logistics and clinical support. They are committed to working collaboratively with Hospitals during these challenging times.
They have a nationwide team of highly respected Nurse Advisors using their expertise and working in partnership with NHS Stakeholders to identify potential routes to maintain quality outcomes as well as reduce the spend on materials by NHS Hospitals.
The Nurses demonstrate the benefits associated with reviewing product ranges to maximise efficiencies. They work with a range of suppliers across diverse product categories to deliver high-quality, cost-effective products to more than 1000 NHS Trusts and healthcare organisations. Products reviewed range from bandages to gloves to implants and even diagnostic equipment such as MRI scanners.
Reviews can cover any therapy area and/or department in Hospitals and include running clinical audits, providing training and reviewing products. Our client’s expanding Nurse Team works with Clinical Nurse Specialists, Ward Staff Nurses, Critical Care and Emergency Departments, Procurement Teams and Theatre Staff to help Healthcare Professionals achieve clinical goals and budgets whilst maintaining the highest standards of patient care.
This is a great opportunity for a Hospital Nurse with a background in theatres, surgery, critical care, ICU or A&E to help positively impact the changes in the NHS.
To be considered you will meet the following criteria:
- Registered General Adult Nurse with current UK NMC PIN (Level 1)
- 5 years post registration experience in acute/hospital setting
- Excellent communication skills and team player
- Teaching and training experience
- Full UK driving licence with no more than 6 points