Critical Care Open Day - Band 5 & 6 nurses

Barking, London (Greater)
£26,682 to £34,049 per annum inclusive
19 Oct 2018
29 Nov 2018
Job Type

Barking, Havering and Redbridge University Hospitals NHS Trust’s Open Day
Saturday, November 3rd – 
9.30am -  1.30pm
Queen’s Hospital Lecture Theatre, Romford, Essex.

Events: Meet the Director of Nursing; hospital tours; miniteaching sessions; one-stop shop recruitment process (application, interview and pre-employment checks)

Are you a dynamic and highly motivated Band 5 or 6 Nurselooking for an exciting and rewarding new opportunity? If so, come along to Barking Havering and Redbridge NHS Trust’s Recruitment Open Day, where you learn all about our Critical Care Nursing team and how you can build on your considerable skills in a supportive, cutting-edge environment.


About Barking, Havering and Redbridge University Hospitals NHS Trust

Situated in Greater London, the Trust consists of two main sites: Queen’s Hospital in Romford and King George Hospital in Goodmayes. We are proud to be one of only five Trusts in the country to secure a place on the ground-breaking Virginia Mason Institute Programme to transform patient care, plus we are also one of eight new, national Vanguard sites spearheading transformational change in urgent and emergency care.


About the roles

Working in Critical Care, our Band 5 Nurse 26,682 - £34,049)will provide and maintain a high standard of care to individual clients. You will also assist with the education and supervision of nursing students, learners and other staff and offer valuable support to senior staff members.

Our Band 6 Senior Staff Nurse (£32,258 - £41,308) will be based in the Neurosciences ITU / HDU department, where you will provide holistic nursing care to clients, utilising all resources to provide excellence in practice. You will also take regular charge of the shift in the absence of a Senior Sister/Sister, provide support to the senior nursing staff, plus bedside teaching and mentorship to junior colleagues.


About you

You must be a registered nurse (for the Band 6 role, you will have a minimum of 18 months’ experience in Neuro Sciences/Critical Care) able to work effectively within a multi-disciplinary team. You will have excellent critical thinking and communication skills, both oral and written, while a commitment to continuing educational development is vital.

In return, we will help advance your career, with support for ongoing professional development available and specialty rotations with individual training support, plus many staff benefits, including flexible working, mentoring and child care vouchers.

For more information, please visit our website by clicking on the apply button.

Interviews will be held on the day, so please bring along your cv, photographic ID and supporting documentation for occupational health checks.