NFA – Registered Nurse – Acute (International Recruitment Project)
Full Job Description
We have an exciting opportunity for a Registered Nurse to join our Acute Services team at Various locations within NHS Lanarkshire.
As part of a multidisciplinary team, the post holder will have responsibility for the assessment of care needs and the development of programmes of care, and/or the implementation and evaluation of these programmes ensuring the delivery of high-quality care to patients.
The post holder is expected to carry out all relevant forms of care without direct supervision. The post holder may be required to demonstrate procedures to and supervise registered and/or unregistered staff, as well as student nurses.
Duties may vary with the type of ward/department and the degree of patient dependency
The post holder will direct, coordinate and supervise, where appropriate, the work of other staff within the ward or department to promote best practices in relation to patient care
In the absence of the senior charge nurse/team leader, or deputy, the post holder will provide cover to ensure the effective operation of the ward /department
KNOWLEDGE, TRAINING AND/OR EXPERIENCE REQUIRED TO DO THE JOB
Registered Nurse with valid UK NMC Registration
The post holder will be required to demonstrate excellent team working skills with the ability to work using own initiative
Effective listening, communication and interpersonal skills
Ability to work with people and as part of a multidisciplinary team
Excellent time management skills
Working knowledge of basic information technology
Informal enquiries regarding the post will be welcomed by Yoma Oweh at [email protected]
If you have any queries regarding the application form or recruitment process, please contact [email protected]
Please note: we anticipate a high level of interest in this position and may close the advert once a sufficient amount of applications are received. Therefore, please make sure you complete and submit your application at an early stage.
Whilst this advertisement may be for a specific post(s) in a particular location, applicants who are shortlisted for interview may be considered for similar vacancies in alternative locations.
NHS Lanarkshire has a legal obligation to ensure that it does not employ any worker who has not been granted the relevant permission to work in the UK. This permission is without exception granted by the UK Border Agency. We are required to check the entitlement to work in the UK of all prospective employees, regardless of nationality or job category.
Candidates who require a Certificate of Sponsorship can access further information on the UK Border Agency’s new points based system that now governs the way individuals from outside the UK can work at www.bia.homeoffice.gov.uk