Location: Central London
Salary: £39,000 - £43,500 (including London Weighting and 20% uplift for unsocial hours .
Description: This is an Independent charitable hospital with a proud history of Royal Patronage, discreetly located within London's Harley Street medical district.
With just 56 beds, they can truly offer personalized medical care that combines the world-leading expertise their patients demand with the impeccable standards of nursing care they deserve.
Person Specification: It is a particularly interesting time for the hospital which is undergoing significant expansion and development of services.
An exciting opportunity has arisen for an experienced Senior Night Nurse with excellent interpersonal, managerial and clinical skills to lead the night clinical services under the direction of the Clinical Nurse Manager. The successful candidate will also act as night Duty Manager for the hospital.
Candidates will have 3 years' experience in a senior nurse position, have undertaken a recognised management course, and be highly motivated, enthusiastic and committed to their own professional development, as well as the development of their team.
The post is ward based and involves supporting the nursing team, budget management, clinical audit, staff recruitment and appraisal. Clinical governance, health and safety at work and risk assessment are all important aspects of this role.
The successful applicant will need to demonstrate excellent standards in clinical care and have the ability to improve quality and patient satisfaction. They will be well organised, resilient and able to meet the challenges and demands of a busy and diverse clinical service.
Benefits: Hours of work: 37.5 hours per week Usual pattern is 7 nights on and 7 nights off with two weeks day duty is expected every 6 months. 27 days annual leave . The hospital want to look after their staff as well as further your career, and they offer benefits including free meals on duty, uniforms, private pension, private health insurance and travel loan. They invest in all nurses for education and training to further develop their clinical competencies and skills including external and internal courses.