We are pleased to invite candidates to apply for Band 5 nursing role working in the Surgical Day Unit at Lymington/UHS Hospital (NHS) Trust.
An exciting opportunity has arisen to join a dynamic and friendly team on the Surgical day Unit.
The unit has recently developed a 23 hour model of care for patients who require an overnight stay but can be discharged within 23 hours of surgery. The role will cover day shifts with occasional rotation to night shifts. The successful candidates will have the opportunity to feedback their vision of how best to continually improve the service that we deliver for our patients.
We embrace innovative thinking within the Division. We are looking for dynamic, motivated and enthusiastic individuals, who are team players ready to embrace the challenge of working in a busy Day Surgical Unit. We require you to be forward thinking, as well as eager to develop your own clinical skills. Within this wide variable role you will be offered opportunities to develop both clinically and professionally within a supportive environment.
Lymington Surgical Unit is a Monday to Friday Service with the potential of expansion in the future to a 6 day working week.
If you enjoy a fast paced and challenging environment this could be the job for you.
If you think that you can meet these challenges then we look forward to hearing from you. For all posts, we offer an excellent range of benefits and opportunities to broaden your skills and knowledge:
-Excellent Training & Development Opportunities including a supportive Induction
-Programme with mentorship
-Flexible working Opportunities
-Minimum of 35 days paid holiday (on appointment)
-On-site subsidised restaurants
-Generous Final Salary Pension Scheme
-Free On Site Parking (Lymington)
You must have appropriate UK professional registration.
This post is subject to the Rehabilitation of Offenders Act (Exceptions Order) 1975 and it will be necessary for a submission for Disclosure to be made to the Disclosure and Barring Service.
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Sally- Anne Brangan
Lymington New Forest Hospital