Job of the Week

Job of the Week

Staff Nurse - Haematology
Grade: Band 5 (£24,214 - £30,112)
Full Time 

An exciting opportunity has arisen to be part of our innovative and dynamic team as a band 5 nurse on Toghill ward, within the speciality of haematology.   The ward is based within a regional Clinical haematology unit based at Nottingham City Hospital and our staff are committed to providing high quality patient care to all, based on the latest research and innovations. We are seeking an enthusiastic and highly motivated individual with excellent interpersonal and organisational skills to join our team. Our JACIE accredited unit cares for patients from across the region undergoing treatment for and complications of their haematological cancer.

If you are a passionate nurse looking to work in a diverse and stimulating environment, this is the place for you. We offer excellent opportunities for career progression, training and development, and innovation is encouraged from all members of our team, as we are driven by offering high standards of care and continually improving patient experience.  We value diversity and difference, and the unique skills, knowledge and experience that you can bring to our team.

If you are looking for a new and exciting challenge, a position on Toghill ward will expand your knowledge base and clinical skills immensely. We already pride ourselves on our Neutropenic Sepsis Care and Acute Care Skills within our specialist haematology unit. Many other opportunities are provided to further advance practice, including training on Intravenous administration and the care of central lines, as well as the administration of chemotherapy and immunotherapies. We take pride in your professional development, and offer many opportunities for learning and skill improvement, including time out days, our Haematology Study Day run by our Clinical Education Team and access to an oncology study day amongst others.  Nurses benefit from local clinical educator support and a structured induction program, including supernumerary time and the opportunity for insight visits within the department.

As a team we focus significantly on patient and public involvement and the feedback they give us in order to improve their experience as a whole.  If successful, you will be part of a fantastic team that works together to achieve the greatest outcomes for our patients.

Find out more and apply

Applications close on 24 September. Find out more and apply here.