/ Job ID [9886190]

Junior Sister/Charge Nurse (Oncology-Haematology Outpatients)

Posted 9 days ago

  • Blackfriars, City of London, Greater London, London
  • Permanent
  • £39,193.00 to £45,925.00 / Per Annum
  • External
  • Expires In 19 days
Junior Sister / Charge Nurse (Oncology-Haematology Outpatients Unit)
Location: Central London, UK
Salary: £39,193 - £45,925 (annual) depending on experience
£2,000 'Golden Hello' for joining*
Role: Permanent, Full-time position
Pulse Nursing is currently recruiting for a Junior Sister / Charge Nurse to join one of London's largest private organisations in Oncology-Haematology Outpatients!
The impressive clinic has 74 consulting rooms, 10 operating theatres consisting of a hybrid theatre and 2 invasive/day surgery theatres, a level 3 intensive care unit, 181 overnight beds and 59 daybeds. The Oncology-Haematology Outpatients Unit comprises of 22 individual areas for outpatient treatment. You will be focused on facilitating the provision of an outpatient service to patients who attend for day case chemotherapy and related treatments and/or consultant appointments.
They are looking for a full-time permanent position to be filled! Shifts will be Monday - Friday, 9:30am - 17:30pm.
Benefits:
Employer and employee contributory pension scheme
Life insurance
Private GP access
Public transport season ticket loan
24-hour employee assistance programme
Excellent career development / further education opportunitiesYour responsibilities will include:
Responsible for delivery of high standards service and care to all patients
Be competent in the recognition of life threatening and'/or oncology emergencies and act appropriately
Organise workload in line with clinical priorities
Work in a multidisciplinary team, ensuring all staff and focused on holistic patient care
Follow all policies and procedures in line with clinic and NMC
Act as a role model providing leadership to the wider team and supporting student nurses as junior staff within the unit
Participate in performance review and appraisal meetings, ensuring the unit is of high standards
Act as deputy in absence of unit manager and deputy managerYou need to be:
NMC Registered
UK University accredited Chemotherapy module and/or evidence of competence/SACT Chemo sign-off
Post registration experience in oncology or in acute medicine
Experience in the administration of cytotoxic drugs and relevant qualification
Knowledge of oncological conditions and diseases, and knowledgeable of cytotoxic drugs and therapies preferred, as well as the JACIE and CHKS standards and implementing them into clinical practice.
Don't miss out! Apply with your CV to get onto the shortlist!
Any questions contact me on (phone number removed) or via email:
If this position is not right for you but you know a friend or colleague that may be interested, you can earn up to £250* voucher for successful referring them