Neonatal Nurse - PRUH

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Band 5 Neonatal Staff Nurse,

We are looking for enthusiastic, professional nurses who want to make a real difference for the patients in our care to join our temporary staffing. As a Band 5 nurse, you must be an NMC registered nurse, Neonatal or Paediatric experience, we offer an excellent opportunity to consolidate your experience in our unit.

You should expect to be supported, supervised, challenged and mentored by our experienced staff and Practice Development Nurse.

Our Neonatal Unit

As part of King's College Hospital NHS Foundation Trust, the Princess Royal University Hospital is situated in beautiful Farnborough based in Orpington, is within zone five on the British Rail with the closest stations being Bromley South and Oripington and short bus ride on bus routes 261, R3 and R4. Our Unit is a Level1 Special Care within the South London Operational Delivery Network. The unit has 12 cots, consisting of in-utero deliveries as well as post-natal transfers from the South East of England, Kent & Medway Towns, Brighton & West Sussex and within London.

 Our care focuses predominantly on the developmental care needs of the neonate, some of whom will be recovering from long periods of hospitalisation linked to their prematurity or surgical procedures.

We serve a maternity department which caters for over 5,000 deliveries per annum.

Our nurses have the responsibility for planning, managing and coordinating clinical care for babies requiring high level of nursing care and supporting staff to develop these skills on the unit. We focus on developing nursing leaders for the future and therefore alongside a full team of Practice Development Nurses, provide individualised professional leadership and clinical development.

 Our nurses work with change and challenge to ensure improved lives and future for neonates and families.

The Future

A major planned re-designation  of our unit means we will moving to a Local Neonatal Unit (LNU) increasing our acuity to care for babies requiring level 2 Neonatal Care.  We will have state of the art facilitates with the provision of additional cots and improve service to the population, why not come and be a part of a fantastic unit at this exciting time?

 Our goal to be a hospital of choice by improving all aspects of the patient experience relies upon us having a highly skilled, motivated, diverse, productive and patient focused workforce.

 What you can expect from us.

  • A comprehensive orientation to the unit.
  • Support from our experience nurses and PDN
  • Less likely to be cancelled
  • Accrued annual leave
  • Training and development

Our Bank nurses are invaluable to us and in return for your dedication and commitment, we offer the following benefits:

  • Opportunities to work across all King's sites, gaining invaluable knowledge and experience
  • Priority of shifts over agency workers 
  • Onsite office and designated bank reps to offer fast support daily
  • Self-book shifts wherever you are
  • Fuss-free Electronic Timesheets
  • Weekly pay
  • An onsite recruitment, compliance and bookings team
  • Access to free Bank Partners Core Skills Training

Essential Requirements:

• NMC Registration
• A minimum of 6 months experience working within the NHS as a neonatal nurse

If this role interests you then apply now! If you have any questions please feel free to email our recruitment team on join.kingsbank@bankpartners.co.uk.

 

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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