Ward F7 at the Wythenshawe site of Manchester Foundation trust are currently looking to recruit a band 6 sister/charge nurse for a 12 month secondment to our general surgical ward.
Our general surgical directorate has a reputation for the highest standards of clinical care.
We are looking for a suitably experienced nurse who is passionate about patient safety and the delivery of exceptional quality care to patients following elective surgery for a range of elective surgical conditions.
You will be an aspiring leader with the ability to adopt a highly accessible and visible approach for patients, relatives and colleagues. You will assist the Ward Manager with the operational management for the team working on the Ward. You will have the ability to develop a culture of continuous improvement with a particular emphasis on the patient journey and clinical outcomes.
Nursing roles at The Manchester University Hospital Foundation Trust (MFT) are about having access to fantastic learning facilities and developmental opportunities. You will have access to the MFT Academy and LEAD Training Programmes, coaching, and department specific training and development opportunities.
Our commitment is further reinforced by our robust Trust Nurse Revalidation Programme – offering an e-portfolio and dedicated individual support. We can offer training, flexibility, friendliness and a caring environment in which to work and provide a number of benefits, which you will find on the attached document entitled "Staff Benefits"
This advert closes on Thursday 29 Apr 2021
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