Join the St George’s team!
We are looking for excellent Senior Staff for a pioneering 17-bed Cardiology Heart Failure Unit with dedicated high dependency beds which is the first of its type in the United Kingdom and Europe!
We are looking for passionate and skilled staff to fill the following roles:
Lead Cardiac Physiologist Band 7 (£36,917 to £46,518 p/a HCAS inc) We are looking for a Band 5 staff nurses to join the ward team. The post holder would be required to work the full range of shifts on the nursing rota and to be able to work flexibility and to have good prioritization and communication skills.
For further information and to apply, please visit www.jobs.nhs.uk and enter ref: 200-CQNH-1319-PO
Staff Nurse Band 5 (£25,774 to £33,481 p/a) We are looking for a Band 5 staff nurses to join the ward team. The post holder would be required to work the full range of shifts on the nursing rota and to be able to work flexibility and to have good prioritization and communication skills.
For further information and to apply, please visit www.jobs.nhs.uk and enter ref: 200-SEN-450-PO
Senior Sister Band 7 (£36,917 – £46,837 inc HCAS p/a) nurse with evidence of leadership experience and of managing acute heart failure patients as described above.
For further information and to apply, please visit www.jobs.nhs.uk and enter ref: 200-HKM-942-NM
Senior Staff Nurses Band 6 (£30,940 – £40,809 inc HCAS p/a) nurses with experience of managing acute and chronic heart failure patients, evidence of having worked in an acute setting. HDU or CCU environment would also be an advantage.
For further information and to apply, please visit www.jobs.nhs.uk and enter ref: 200-HKM-941-NM
Any questions? Please contact:
0208 672 1255
The unit will offer an exciting variety of patient management including those with acute decompensated heart failure requiring non-invasive ventilation or ultrafiltration, those with new or chronic heart failure who require device therapy, in addition to those post myocardial infarction and those who may be at the end stage of their heart failure. The unit will be in place by March 2015 and will lead the way to further expansion by March 2016.
Are you a senior nurse with strong leadership experience and a passion for providing high quality and innovative care? Come and join our ambitious and progressive team at an exciting time of expansion for the Cardiovascular Directorate at St George’s Healthcare NHS Trust. You will lead or support a new team of nurses and have the opportunity to develop knowledge and skills in advanced nursing practice.
We have an excellent and dedicated heart failure resource within the trust including two heart failure consultants and three in-hospital heart failure nurses, in addition to four community heart failure nurses based in the borough of Wandsworth. This breadth of experience and knowledge will ensure you have the opportunity and support to understand the complete patient journey and will provide the springboard for development opportunities such as following the career pathway towards being an advanced nurse practitioner.
A full programme of training and support will underpin the development of skills within the team. The Cardiothoracic Unit has a structured teaching programme for staff and the Practice Development Nurse will provide support for competency based development including venepuncture, cannulation, advanced life support, defibrillation, non-invasive ventilation, management of arterial lines, arterial blood gas monitoring and more. In addition, our links with the University of London and Kingston University enable access to specialist modules such as 12 Lead ECG Interpretation, Arrhythmia’s and Acute Cardiac Care Module and we are discussing the provision of a Heart Failure Management Module.