Bank Band 7 Transfusion Practitioner - University College London Hospital

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Bank Band 7 Transfusion Practitioner

An opportunity has arisen to join the Transfusion Practitioner team at UCLH Foundation Trust.  We are looking to appoint an experienced, dynamic individual from a nursing/ laboratory background. You must have significant post registration experience of blood & blood product transfusion practice in a clinical/ or at a laboratory environment.

 This senior position requires a flexible, confident individual who can demonstrate excellent communication & interpersonal skills. You will be expected to liaise with all levels of staff involved in the transfusion process. The ability to work autonomously as well as part of a team is essential. UCLH has embarked on the roll out of BloodTrack TX, to complement the remote electronic issue of blood transfusion across the Trust, to further improve patient safety.

 This post has a Trust wide remit which includes:-

 

  • education & training
  • blood transfusion related risk management
  • service improvement
  • clinical audit
  • facilitation of change in the clinical environment
  • provision of specialist transfusion advice.
  • working as part of the Hospital Transfusion Team

 

 The successful applicants will work in a varied, interesting & challenging role; the posts offer exposure to a wide range of different specialities. Appropriate experience is required, but additional training will be provided where necessary.

 

 For an informal discussion or to arrange a visit, please contact Chris Steward, Acting  Lead Transfusion Practitioner on direct dial 020 3447 2439 / mobile 07950 869 770
or Email: chris.steward@nhs.net

Bank Partners is an employment agency/employment business (as defined by the Conduct of Employment Agencies and Employment Businesses Regulations 2003) and is acting on behalf of its client in relation to this vacancy.

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