Job role: Clinic Nurse.
Job sector: Healthcare.
Job Type: Permanent.
Country: United Kingdom.
Salary: £27,000 – £32,500 per year.
Shift & Schedule: Overtime.
- Full Time – 37.5 hours per week.
- Monday to Saturday, Shift hours from 7 a.m. to 12:00 a.m. – no nights or Sunday working.
- The starting salary for non-renal experienced nurses is £27,055.
- Sign-on bonus up to £3,000.
- Unsocial allowance payments and paid breaks.
- Overtime paid at time and a half after completing full-time hours (150 hours every 4 weeks).
- Thorough induction/ training for anything up to 26 weeks depending on you.
- A focus on internal development and career progression with opportunities to undertake relevant study.
- 35 Days Holiday (inclusive of 8 days bank holiday) increasing with service.
- Christmas and New Year’s Day off.
- Free Uniform.
- Clearance Checks completed.
- Tea & Coffee, + Christmas Meal.
- Annual Flu Vaccine.
- Life Assurance, Peppy, Stakeholder Company Pension.
- Visa Sponsorship is provided for those already living and working in the UK.
- We encourage newly qualified candidates to apply.
- Referral scheme paying up to £1,000.
About the Job.
Clinic Nurses are required for a hospital located in Ipswich, Suffolk to be part of their dialysis treatment centre as an RGN.
Our client is one of the world’s largest independent renal care providers who are devoting their efforts to developing the best renal care services in the field of dialysis.
As a Clinic Nurse, you will provide high-quality nursing care to patients undergoing dialysis and promote good working relationships with the NHS.
- Initiation and termination of dialysis treatment.
- Preparation and monitoring of dialysis machines and systems.
- Physical assessment of patient’s pre and post-dialysis.
- Performing analysis of patient assessments, and laboratory data.
- Provide ongoing patient education Comprehensive professional training program provided.
- NMC Registered Nurse.
- At least one year’s experience in general nursing (Haemodialysis would be an advantage but not essential).
- Awareness and Understanding of the NMC code of professional conduct.
- Be able to work autonomously and within a multi-disciplinary team.
- Excellent communication skills with fluency in English.