Oxford - Oxfordshire | Clinical | Salary: £31,000 per annum to £36,000 per annum | Permanent (Part Time) | 25924BR Senior Staff Nurse - Critical Care Oxford, The Manor Hospital Full Time
We're looking for an exceptional Senior Staff Nurse with the ability to inspire others to deliver the highest standards of patient care to join us at The Manor Hospital, Oxford. Whether you join us from the NHS or a private setting, we will give you the opportunity to make full use of your skills, as part of an organisation that values and respects you.
The Manor Hospital is a large modern, private hospital in the heart of Oxford and is the flagship hospital of the Nuffield Health Group. Offering 6 main theatres and 2 minor theatres, a six-bed level 2 PACU and a 6 bed CCU. We have over 350 clinical specialists who offer complex and diverse treatments and have a dedicated Matron-led clinical team. We offer the full range of flexible working options including part-time working, term time working, compressed hours and job share. Staff needing to relocate have the option of staying in our staff accommodation for their first six months service.
This role is about leading by example and being an ambassador for the Nuffield Health way of caring. It's about recognising talent, nurturing junior staff, and mentoring them to be the best nurses they can be, using clinical skills and an empathetic approach to meet each individual patient's need.
Critical care is where your skills and training really come into play. No two patients are the same and every day is different. With us, you can be secure in the knowledge that you will have all the support and training that you need to handle whatever the role brings. You'll get to work with some of the best clinical talent around and experience with new practices, equipment and facilities, all of which are maintained to our high standards -we take great pride in our low infection rates and our "outstanding" CQC ratings.
An NMC registered and qualified nurse, you will ideally have a qualification in teaching and assessment, together with some mentoring experience or a level 2 or 3 management qualification. Immediate Life Support is preferred and Advanced Life Support is desirable.
Like us, you believe in putting people first. So you'll be a great role model when it comes to giving care - taking the time to fully understand and meet each patient's needs, and showing others how to reassure and support patients and their families. This is the type of care that comes naturally to talented practitioners.
We want you to be the best you can be. We promise that we will support you with training opportunities, career development options and our unique health & wellbeing focused benefits package. This includes free membership across all of our Fitness & Wellbeing clubs, along with free private healthcare. Not only this but we also offer a range of lifestyle and financial wellbeing benefits.
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