St Helena Government

Sister/Charge Nurse

Saint Helena (SH)
£35-£40k pa
07 Dec 2018
04 Jan 2019
Nursing Field
Charge Nurse, Sister
Job Type

Sister/Charge Nurse
St Helena, South Atlantic

2 years FTC commencing ASAP

£35-£40k pa, depending on experience and qualifications, taxable in St Helena

A tax free International Supplement will also apply

In this key role you will enhance patient/client care and service delivery and introduce efficiencies, creating an environment of life-long learning and reflective practice

A sub-tropical island of spectacular and beautiful landscapes in the South Atlantic with a warm and friendly population of 4,500, St Helena is a self-governing overseas territory of the UK.  Following the opening of its international airport in October 2017, St Helena is better placed to develop both economically and socially.

The 28-bed General Hospital in the capital, Jamestown, covers all areas of acute medical and surgical care.

As you review processes and practices you will promote a culture of research and evidence-based practice to enhance person-centred care, acting as a change agent, developing clinically effective practice through the effective utilisation and integration of evidence. It should be a culture of continuous quality improvement through the use of audit, patient/client feedback and reflection on practice. You will also undertake emergency triage, with emergency services through clinical care in the ambulance including advanced resuscitation skills.

You must ensure that appropriate systems are developed and operational and that risk management arrangements are in place, maintaining effective record management. With effective admission and discharge planning and management of duty rotas, annual leave and study leave, you will lead and participate in orientation and induction programmes, ensure supervision and mentorship is embedded and contribute to budget management

A Registered Nurse on Part 1 of the live NMC Register (or equivalent), you must hold a Nursing Degree and substantial recent post-registration experience within an Acute General Hospital setting. You should also have experience in an AAU/AMU (acute medical setting), A&E or ICU with up-to-date ALS or willing to undertake ALS training.

Familiar with changing trends in health and social care, you should be conversant with current professional issues in relation to nursing and be able to influence and manage change, including the promotion of evidence based practice.

We offer an extensive benefits package with 30 days leave pa, fare paid travel, freight, pension contribution and relocation allowance (see overseas vacancy information). An application form can be found at where further information can also be found, or you may contact Kedell Worboys on 0203 818 7610 or email: This is where applications must be sent and received by 2 Jan 2019. Interviews will be held in London

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