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General Surgical Staff Nurse

Job Mode :Permanent Job
Published On :2010-04-07
Last Application Date :0 days remaining (2010-04-30)
Category :Health & Medicine (Staff Grade)
Pay Rate :around �£29,000
Location :London
City :London
Country :UK
Job Posted By:NurseFindersUK
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Job Description

We have a vacancy for an Experienced Staff Nurse to join a 21 bedded, dynamic surgical ward with an average of 2 patients returning from HDU or ITU each day.

This is a permanent post in one of London's best private hospitals.
You will work 9 Long Days and 4 night shifts per month.

Easy access to main train and tube station.

The unit specialises in Liver surgery and will be starting liver transplants this year.

It will also include: Renal, Vascular, Gynae, Urology or colorectal Surgery.

As such, you must have a minimum of 2 years recent experience in one or more of the above surgical specialities.

Successful applicants:
* will have Good written and spoken English skills.
* Confident using computer / keyboard.

Overseas Nurses who meet the requirements will get:
- one way fare or maximum of �£500 if your one way fare is more than �£500
- 1 month free accommodation
- Taxi pick-up from Airport on arrival in London and transport to accommodation
- A bonus of �£1,500 on starting (this is on top of the basic salary)
- Pay the fees for the Tier 2 visa applications, so no cost/charge to you (unless candidate leaves within a year of starting, then the client would claim this back)
- After 3 months successful completion of probationary period: Interest free season ticket loans
- Subsidised meals in the staff restaurant on starting and all other flexible benefits.

- NMC Registered
- Up to date BLS or ILS course (preferred)
- ENB course/experience relevant to specialist area desirable
- Phlebotomy training desirable
- Moving and Handling / Health and Safety (up to date)

- Minimum of 2 years recent experience dealing with at least one of the following: Renal, Vascular, Gynae, Urology or colorectal Surgery

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