An exciting opportunity for a band 5 to 6 nurse training post for Yorkshire Fertility has become available
Yorkshire Fertility is a large satellite IVF unit seeing 900 new referrals and 500 IVF cycles each year, linking in with a number of IVF units for the laboratory services
The post will be for a registered nurse with an interest in Fertility nursing to join our team and learn and become competent in delivering all aspects of the role. The successful candidate will undertake the necessary training including Fertility Ultrasound,
There is an expectation that at the end of 2.5 years the person will have the necessary knowledge and skills to move to a band 6 position, taking responsibility for the service in the absence of the clinical lead, managing patient care and having responsibility for a specific patient group.
• To manage the care of patients effectively and safely within Calderdale and Huddersfield Foundation Trust
• To provide ultrasound scanning facility for patients.
• First point of contact to front line staff, service users and other stakeholders across organisational boundaries to enable a prompt management response to operational issues.
• To contribute to the modernisation and redesign of clinical services leading on the implementation of any service redesign
• To support the clinical lead in the delivery of Trust Priorities and Objectives and linking these to departmental objectives.
We understand that whether youre just starting out or have plenty of experience, moving jobs can be both exciting and daunting, but youve made a great choice in considering joining Calderdale & Huddersfield NHS Foundation Trust (CHFT). We are an exceptional place to work with remarkable teams of hard working and dedicated clinical and non-clinical staff all delivering high standards of patient care.
This advert closes on Monday 19 Apr 2021
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