L7 is an acute general medical ward at SRFT. We are a 24 bedded ward, specialising in acute general medicine. The ward has patients with a variety of clinical presentations and conditions, ranging from respiratory, gastrointestinal, and cardiology conditions, with patients usually being admitted directly from our Emergency Assessment Unit.
Are you an experienced Registered Nurse that is ready for the next step in your career? If so we would like to hear from you.
We are looking for a Band 6 Nurse Practitioner to join our multi-disciplinary team. We have excellent support links from the Integrated Care Division management team
You must be able to motivate staff to achieve high standards of care, and possess excellent communication skills to ensure that the aims of the Trust are achieved.
If successful we can offer you support in developing your leadership and management skills to enable you to support the Ward manager and staff to deliver high quality care in line with the Trusts philosophy of Safe, Clean and Personal Care.
Applicants are welcome from all nursing specialities.
In line with the Trust’s Single Equality Scheme we welcome applications from everyone irrespective of ethnic origin, disability, age, gender, gender identity, sexual preference, disability, nationality, religion, marital status, social background or trade union membership. However, as members of ethnicity minority groups and individuals with disabilities are currently under-represented at this level of post, we would encourage applications from members of these groups. Appointment will be based on merit alone
This advert closes on Sunday 15 Nov 2020
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