Are you a final year Nursing or Operating Department Practitioner student? Are you looking to start your newly registered career in a trust that will nurture and support you? Brilliant, Dorset County Hospital sounds like the perfect place for you!
With a vision of delivering compassionate and safe healthcare, Dorset County Hospital is the main provider of acute hospital services to a population of around 250,000 across Weymouth and Portland, West and North Dorset and Purbeck.
In addition, we provide renal services for 850,000 people throughout Dorset and South Somerset and employ over 3000 people across the county.
We can offer you an incredible and exciting place to build your career, across our Medical, Surgical, Endoscopy, Elderly Medicine, Outpatients and Paediatrics departments. We will provide you with a first class preceptorship programme that now includes leadership development, and you will have access to a committed, supportive team of practice educators, as well as opportunities for ongoing CPD to realise your full potential.
If you’re interested in a number of areas, rotational posts are available too!
To succeed with us, you’ll need to have a true passion for providing the best patient care, and hold our trust values of Teamwork, Integrity, Respect and Excellence.
On top of being part of our incredible team, you’ll enjoy an enviable quality of life in one of the most beautiful parts of Britain plus a comprehensive range of benefits including 27 days’ holiday (rising to 33 days), the NHS Pension Scheme, wide-ranging retail and travel discounts, relocation assistance, a subsidised restaurant, employee health and wellbeing support, and more.
This advert closes on Tuesday 4 May 2021
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