An exciting opportunity has arisen for highly motivated and dynamic Nurses or Operating Department Practitioners to join our friendly and pro-active Orthopaedic team. We are a hardworking enthusiastic department with a strong sense of teamwork.
The successful applicant will be either a registered nurse or Operating Department Practitioner. Orthopaedic experience is desirable but not essential, as a competency based theatre training program is available as part of our robust Trust preceptorship program. We provide a 12 month graduate program which is specifically designed to aid our newly qualified nurses and ODPs with 6 paid study days per annum and then a continued development program. Our Trust works in close partnership with Huddersfield University providing post graduate learning and development opportunities.
Calderdale Main Theatre consists of 9 operating theatres providing acute and elective surgery to adults and children in the specialties of ENT, Ophthalmics, Obstetrics, Gynaecology and minor and major Orthopaedic. Including 24hour emergency obstetric cover, resus cover and acutes in Gynaecology and ENT.
As an integral member of the Orthopaedic team you would be involved in all elective Orthopaedic surgery, including paediatric Orthopaedic's, lower limb, upper limb, hand and feet and revision surgery.
Calderdale & Huddersfield NHS Foundation Trust is a dynamic and successful organisation with a strong organisational and personal development focus. With over 5,500 employees and a turnover of £310 million, the Trust provides a comprehensive range of secondary care services to the people of Calderdale and Huddersfield and has an exceptional reputation for service delivery.
This advert closes on Thursday 14 Oct 2021
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