Senior Scrub Nurse
Location: Central London, UK
Salary: up to £50,000 (annual) depending on experience
** bonus incentive + salary can be negotiated
Role: Permanent, Full-Time position
Pulse is delighted to be working alongside the UK's largest private orthopaedic centre for the theatre team to recruit a Senior Scrub Nurse!
The outstanding centre provides three state of the art operating theatres including interventional radiology and a separate ward with 12 patient beds. You will be focusing on providing comprehensive care to perioperative patients who have undergone day surgery.
We are looking for a full-time permanent position to be filled! You will be working 4 or 5 days a week, Monday to Friday. The clinic is open between 7am - 9pm, and there is optional weekend overtime available at enhanced rates.
What is in it for you?
35 days annual leave inclusive of bank holidays
Employer and employee contributory pension with flexible retirement options
Private medical insurance
Saving an average of £50 per month with our free onsite car park
While working within a fantastic multidisciplinary team, you will need to be able to assess, plan, deliver, and evaluate high standards of peri-operative patient care. You will be reporting to the Theatre Manager and lead a team of scrub practitioners working closely with anaesthetic and recovery colleagues.
Providing comprehensive care to perioperative patients who have undergone day surgery
Share responsibility for the management and organisation of the operating department
Help to ensure smooth, timely and efficient processes and procedures within a safe environment
Promote safeguarding and risk management in respect of patients, employees and visitors
Liaising with patients, families and consultants
Assemble, check and prepare appropriate surgical instruments and consumables for a wide range of operative procedures - any faults need to be reported to theatre manager immediately
Coordinate use of supplies and equipment - ensuring all is safe and ready to use as well as monitor and order stock for operative procedures
Provide a safe environment for all
Support colleagues/team along with operative procedures
Contribute to changes in practice ad policies ensuring all policies and procedures are met and followed for NMC and/or HPC codes of practice
Maintain safe custody of handling all drugs in accordance with policies
Any accidents and complained are fully documents and appropriate manager are informed
NMC-registered nurse / ODP
A minimum of 3 years post qualification experience in surgical practice
Completion of mentorship/leadership course
Evidence of clinical reasoning and sound decision-making skills across a varied patient case mix
If you are interested in this role, please 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