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Experienced Staff Nurse | St George's University Hospitals NHS Foundation Trust

Job details
Posting date: 11 June 2024
Salary: Not specified
Additional salary information: £34,089 - £41,498 per annum inc HCAS (pro-rata)
Hours: Full time
Closing date: 11 July 2024
Location: black show road , Tooting, SW17 0QT
Company: st georges nhs trust
Job type: Permanent
Job reference: 6365482/200-6365482-MA-ND-Z


Airway experienced Staff Nurses Band 5 Adult opportunities – join St George's Hospital –

This will be an excellent opportunity to develop airway management skills , Competency's with tracheostomy and Laryngectomy care . We are the designated unit for H&N , ENT & Maxillofacial oncology care for St Georges.
• Flexible start date to suit your needs.
• Unrivalled learning and development – support from day one with dedicated preceptors, mentors, clear Band 5 career and skills pathways and comprehensive clinical and leadership training opportunities.
• Choice of great locations, from vibrant, diverse London boroughs to green outer London and Surrey – all within easy public transport reach of the city centre.
• Unique opportunities to gain the experience you want - choose from national and world-leading specialist services, every ward and specialty you can imagine, even community roles – with flexibility to move between Trusts and services via rotation and future roles.
• Caring our Head and neck cancer patients and supporting their families.
• Post surgical management of Tracheostomy , Laryngectomy and Head and neck Flap.
• End of life care and post chemo radiotherapy symptom control management and care.
• To manage the Complex discharge pathway and maintain patient flow.
• Admission , discharge and ongoing daily holistic care to our H&N cancer patients with tracheostomy , Laryngectomy and Major flap.
• Prioritise the needs and emergency and management.
• Facilitate effective and safe complex H&N discharges by communicating with MDT.
• Work in collaborate with Trachy & H&N CNS.
• Take charge of the shift to develop the leadership skills.
• Excellent communication and documentation skills.
• Supervise the junior team and students on placement.

The unique environment of busy, dynamic London NHS Trusts – working with world-leading clinicians, supportive nursing teams, benefiting from the best teaching hospitals and universities, adopting the latest digital clinical technology - and serving uniquely diverse communities.

With major nine hospital sites, more than 22,000 staff, and serving around four million people with our core and specialist services, the four South West London Acute NHS Trusts offer a quick, ‘one stop shop’ route to a huge range of opportunities.

Enjoy living in great locations across London and its outskirts - all within short journeys of your work.

Whether it’s support finding accommodation, the friendliest of welcomes from committed nursing teams, and even the chance to move between roles and departments if your Band 5 role isn’t quite what you want – we’re flexible and dedicated to giving you the best to develop in your nursing career.

Please see the attached supporting document which contains more and person specification information about the role.

This advert closes on Tuesday 25 Jun 2024

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