Sister/Charge Nurse

Location
City of Bristol
Salary
£26,565 to £35,577 pa pro rata
Posted
16 May 2018
Closes
30 May 2018
Ref
918BN2855
Nursing Field
Hospital
Function
Charge Nurse, Sister
Job Type
Permanent

NHS BLOOD AND TRANSPLANT
Sister/Charge Nurse

Salary: Afc Band 6 ‐ £26,565 to £35,577 pa pro rata

Hours: 65.66 hours/fortnight; 7 days/fortnight

Location: Bristol (Filton) Team 


Have you ever thought about where the blood that you transfuse comes from? Are you thinking of taking a new direction in your nursing career? Looking for a change? If so come and work for us.


NHS Blood and Transplant collects over 7,000 blood donations every day providing vital blood and blood products that help to save and improve the lives of thousands of people every year. We are dedicated to making a difference and we need your help to do so.


We save lives but we don’t work in hospitals. No two days are the same in this fast moving and variable environment. We collect blood from donors in Donor Centres and also travel to where our donors are in mobile teams.


As a Session Sister/Charge Nurse in this autonomous role, you will lead and motivate a team of donor carers (similar to Health Care Support staff), use your clinical judgement to make safe decisions about suitability and ensure your team deliver a high standard of care that enables us to meet our regulatory and governance requirements. We need your leadership and management skills to ensure that patients receive safe blood and blood products and our donors feel safe and cared for. By giving the best experience we can for our donors, you will ensure they will want to return time and time again.


No prior specialist knowledge is required for this band 6 role, we value what you bring. If you are able to work independently, lead with compassion and resilience, excited by the prospect of enabling change in a fast moving environment, then this is the job for you. We will provide all the training and support you will need with excellent learning and development opportunities and career progression.


The shift pattern for this role is 7 days per fortnight working 65.6 hours over these days, 4 days one week, 3 days the next, up to 9.5 hours a day.  The majority of shifts will start at 10:30 with a finish time of approx. 21:30, however, there will are occasional sessions at earlier times which may require an earlier start.


An informal visit is highly recommended, please contact Ruth Bilbe at ruth.bilbe@nhsbt.nhs.uk to make arrangements for this.


This advert will close at 23:59hrs on 30 May 2018. Interviews are planned for w/c 25 June 2018 (subject to confirmation).


To apply for this vacancy please visit www.jobs.nhs.uk and search for Reference No. 918BN2855


Take charge of your career and apply now.

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