Adult Trained Staff Nurses, Band 5 - Paediatric Recruitment Event
PATIENTS FIRST. PERSONAL RESPONSIBILITY. PASSION FOR EXCELLENCE. PRIDE IN OUR TEAM.
We are building our Paediatric Team!
Paediatric Recruitment Event
Saturday 30th March 2019
St Peter's Hospital KT16 0PZ
We are currently recruiting Band 5 Adult Trained nurses, to work within our children’s services at St Peter’s Hospital. We are looking for passionate and enthusiastic individuals committed to excellent patient experience to join our team.
We currently have 26 beds on Ash Ward, which includes a 2 bedded HDU, Oak Ward which provides Medical/Surgical Day Care, Out-Patients at St Peter’s and Ashford site. We have a dedicated Paediatric A&E with plans to open our paediatric assessment unit (PAU) in the summer 2019. We encourage staff to develop both clinically and managerially and we provide a comprehensive induction program, preceptorship and in-house training.
All new staff are fully supported by the Team Leaders, Ward Manager, Matrons, Clinical Practice Educators, HDU Practice Development Nurse and Clinical Nurse Specialists (Paediatrics).
If you are looking to work within a friendly, dynamic team with enthusiastic colleagues then this is the place to be. Good communication skills and a positive approach to work are essential. We encourage staff to take the opportunities available to develop their skills and their career by promoting rotation through our Children’s Services. We have close links with the University of Surrey, Kingston University and UWL which has enabled us to develop multi skilled practitioners.
Come along on either day to see how we can support your career.
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