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- London, UK
- Full-time employment
- Posted on 10 Nov, 2018
- Start date:
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- £ 39,708.0 per year
West Middlesex Paediatric department comprises of inpatient, short stay facilities, day care, outpatient clinics, home nursing, play and education services. As a combined Trust with Chelsea and Westminster Hospital, we are the lead centre for specialised paediatric and neonatal surgery in North West London. Our short stay unit recently won the Health Service Journal (HSJ) award for acute service development (2017)
As a senior sister you will have responsibility for planning, managing and coordinating clinical care for children requiring high level of nursing care. We focus on developing nursing leaders for the future and therefore provide individualised mentoring and clinical development.
Our role is to create a fertile ground for partnership working and to champion collaboration across both sites addressing areas that add most values to patients, populations, as such we offer rotation to work at our sister site Chelsea and Westminster, thereby maximising opportunities to translate innovation, knowledge and skills into health and wealth benefits for our Paediatric patients at scale and pace.
You will have the opportunity to be a part of our programme of learning and development, including mentorship and leadership programmes as well as externally accredited programmes building on our ethos of nurturing and creating dynamic leaders.
West Middlesex Hospital is based in the heart of the community in the London Borough of Hounslow. The hospital is located in a friendly neighbourhood with a diverse, multi-ethnic population and offers tremendous learning opportunities in community and general paediatrics’. It neighbours the world renowned Kew Gardens and Richmond Park, the largest of London’s Royal parks, and is close to Twickenham stadium - the home of England’s Rugby Union. Our undergraduate and post-graduate education centre is popular for frequent skills training and on-site simulation centre.
What else do we offer?
- Subsidised on-site accommodation across three sites, subject to availability, providing comfortable and independent living at enviable central London prices.
- Part-time options
- Staff well-being support
- Season-ticket loans
- Subsidised car parking
- Rotations(at all levels)
- Working alongside Practice Development Nurse
- Career advice workshop
- Pastoral support to facilitate smoother student to staff nurse transition
- Clinical supervision
- Band 5-6 development opportunities
- Leadership development courses
- Regular multi-disciplinary high fidelity simulations
The FutureIn line with the Healthy London Partnership Children and Young People’s programme for paediatric critical care, we will be introducing two level 1 High Dependency beds within our inpatient ward. This allows us to provide advanced treatments for more critically ill children for example non-invasive ventilation etc. This will be supported by the level 2 High Dependency Unit at our sister site Chelsea, to enable safe and evidence based treatments for our patients. You will have the opportunity to increase knowledge and skills though programmes of learning such as, internal and external study days, accredited University courses aimed at providing continuing professional development.
The future is changing at Chelsea and Westminster, why not come and be a part of our growth?
For further details / informal visits contact:
Vivette Wallen-Mitchell (Education Lead Paediatrics and Neonates) firstname.lastname@example.org
Jade Funnell Jade.Funnell@chelwest.nhs.uk
Job Type:PermanentWorking pattern:37.5 hours per weekPay Scheme:Agenda for changePay Band: 6 Staff Group:Nursing & Midwifery RegisteredSpecialty/Function:Paediatrics
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