Salary and Benefits:
Up to £47,500 + Enhancements + Pension + 25 days holiday (plus bank holidays) + Discounted Treatments + free parking + more!
Hours and Shift Patterns: This is a full-time role (37.5 hours per week) working over Monday - Friday plus occasional weekend working.
The Theatre Leaders that we work with share with us that balancing the clinical and management demands of the theatre can be challenging. We represent a hospital who solves this problem for their theatre teams with a commitment to good capacity planning and theatre utilisation. Working to a clear rotation plan you will have time to support others, look after patients and manage your own personal development.
Maybe you want to work with a Senior Management team who are driven to make things happen and improve their services! Perhaps you aspire to progress beyond this role and want to work with a Theatre Manager that can train, develop, and nurture your skills. 3 great things about this healthcare provider:
- An independent facility with a focus on patient safety and mission to deliver an excellent level of service to the local and wider community.
- 5* facilities - this hospital boasts a state-of-the-art theatre department, QSI Accredited imaging department, access to the latest in medical technology, renowned consultants, dedicated management, a passionate team and high levels of patient satisfaction!
- High levels of investment taking place - this healthcare provider is committed to investing in their facilities and ultimately their patient experience and have recently opened 2 brand new operating theatres and ambulatory surgical unit.
A Theatre Practitioner stated,
"We are small, friendly and hard-working team - since joining the business I have expanded my skills by completing further training and clinical qualifications and I am encouraged to make decisions relating to patient care with the autonomy to make a real difference!"What you will do as a Theatre Team Leader - Scrub:
- You will take the lead role in the operating theatre environment and co-ordinate safe delivery of care. The post requires good communication skills, time-management and a desire to achieve the best outcome.
- You'll play an essential role in the day-to-day running of the theatres - you will be responsible for leading an experienced theatre team, ensuring all surgical lists are supported by skilled staff, flagging up any potential deficits in a timely manner and making key decisions relating to patient care.
- You can expect to be well-support in your role and encouraged to take on dedicated leadership training.
- You must be NMC or HCPC registered with proven experience within Theatre Scrub.
Why other Theatre Practitioners want to work with this business:
- Benefit from a great work-life balance - you can expect to enjoy great benefits and lots of flexibility, plus no nights or bank holidays!
- Be part of a progressive and growing theatre department - they are undergoing an exciting period growth with plans to expand their services and teams.
- Expand your clinical expertise and enjoy variety within your role as you will have the opportunity to work across multiple specialities!