Paediatric and Neonatal Nurses Recruitment Event: Saturday 21st October 2017
The Children services are pleased to announce their open day on Saturday 21st October in the Post-Graduate Centre at St Peter’s Hospital 10am -2pm.
- Band 5 Paediatric Nurses - 323-ME439
- Band 6 NICU Deputy Sister - 323-ME673
- Paediatric Health Care Assistant - 323-ME832
- Paediatric A&E Health Care Assistants - 323-ME760
Ashford & St Peter’s Hospitals NHS Foundation Trust itself is one of the largest non-teaching Trusts in Surrey. We provide specialist care and treatment for Children and Young People across Chertsey, Woking, Walton-on-Thames, Weybridge, Staines, Bedfont, Feltham and Spelthorne. We are the Level 3 Neonatal Unit (NICU) for Surrey and part of the Surrey, Sussex and Kent Network, providing expert care for the sickest and most complex babies. We host the Surrey arm of the network Neonatal Transport Service.
We are looking for passionate and enthusiastic individuals committed to excellent patient experience to join our team. We would like to recruit newly qualified and experienced children’s nurses into our general Paediatric Ward with a dedicated HDU bay. There are opportunities for adult nurses experienced in Paediatric Nursing who want to work in Children’s Services. We are also recruiting Health Care Assistants to support our nursing team.
The Neonatal Unit has recently gone for an expansion from 24 to 28 cots; as a result we are looking to recruit Band 6 nurses who are ready to work in an innovative environment where every team member makes a difference.
Both the Paediatric Ward and NICU encourage staff to develop both clinically and managerially and we provide a comprehensive induction programme, weekly multi-disciplinary teaching sessions and in-house training. New staff are fully supported by the Team Leaders, Ward Manager, Matrons, Senior Sisters, Clinical Practice Educators, HDU Facilitators, Clinical Nurse Specialists (Paediatrics) and ANNP (NICU).
If you are looking to work within a dynamic team with enthusiastic colleagues then this is the place to be. Good communication skills and a positive approach to work are essential. We encourage staff to take the opportunities available to develop their skills and their career by promoting rotation through our Children’s Services. We have close links with the University of Surrey, Kingston University and Brighton University which has enabled us to develop multi skilled practitioners.
Please apply via www.jobs.nhs.uk using the job references above.