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Registered Oncology Nurses - Band 5 and Band 6

Job Field:
Nurse Jobs
Speciality:
Chemotherapy Jobs, Oncology Nurse Jobs
Doctor & Nurse Grade Type:
Nurse Grades
Doctor & Nurse Grade:
Unspecified
Country:
England
Region:
All England
Contract Type:
Permanent
Currency:
£
Salary:
34,000 to 48,000 per annum
Salary Description:
£34000 - £48000 per annum
Posted:
15-Sep-17
Recruiter:
HCL Workforce
Job Ref:
OGBV23

Staff Nurse- Oncology/Haematology (Chemotherapy Desirable)

We are looking for Chemotherapy trained Onco Band 5 and Band 6  Nurses to work in the Best private Hospital in Central London.This  positions are  for all to enhance their career as Staff Nurse or Senior Oncology, Haematology,  ITU candidates. Should you feel your candidate matches the relevant criteria please submit your candidate and the completed competency checklist. Please Apply Now!!

All salaries exclude a 9% enhancement given for working unsocial-able hours and weekends. 

Shift Patterns:  Miscellaneous
Accommodation : Yes
Location: Central london
Salary : Upto £50000

Job Description

 The successful post holder will assess, plan, deliver and evaluate high standards of critical care nursing. They will be responsible for working within a team, supervising and directing junior staff and deputising for Senior Staff Nurses in their absence.

 Duties & Responsibilities
 
Demonstrating an ability to record, monitor and interpret a patients vital signs, initiating and evaluating appropriate interventions and reporting to the shift leader

Continuously delivering plans of care,  whilst taking into consideration consultant preferences, monitoring nursing outcomes and  evaluating and adapting plans of care and reporting to the shift leader and / or medical staff as appropriate

Working with junior staff / health care assistant / students and delegating and supervising the care in a fair and equitable manner

Recognising the signs and symptoms of a deteriorating patient and initiate early interventions in a calm and co-ordinated manner

Closing Date:
14/10/2017

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