Senior Staff Nurse - Children and Young Adults | Royal Marsden NHS Foundation Trust
|Posting date:||23 August 2019|
|Additional salary information:||£34,961 - £42,010 pa inc hcas|
|Closing date:||22 September 2019|
|Location:||Sutton, Greater London, SM2 5PT|
|Company:||The Royal Marsden NHS Foundation Trust|
Are you passionate about caring for children and their families in a challenging and new enviroment?
We are looking for a senior band 6 staff nurse who has a wealth of knowledge and experience in caring for patients through their cancer journey.
You must have a recognised qualification in oncology and have worked in the field
The royal Marsden NHS Trust is a world leading cancer centre, specializing in diagnosis, treatment, care, education and ground breaking research into new therapies and treatments. We have an international reputation for high quality care and cutting edge treatment we provide.
The environment is challenging, exciting and supportive, and facilitates the development of specialized skills. You will enjoy working as part of a highly skilled and motivated team that includes nurses, doctors, AHPs, psychological support services, social care, education teams and healthcare assistants. Our commitment to ongoing staff development and support of a modern career framework is apparent through the variety of educational opportunities available and clinical support offered by our specialist practice educator.
At the heart of everything we do is the patient and those important to them.
This advert closes on Friday 6 Sep 2019
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