Band 5 Staff Nurse Open Day
- We are friendly
- We are welcoming
- We are a community
- Join the Whipps Cross family and be a part of an amazing team
We have fantastic opportunities available for you to join our nursing teams. We are looking for passionate Band 5 registered nurses with excellent communication skills who understand the importance of patient care and have the ability to assess, plan, implement and evaluate a care plan, recognising the specific needs of patients and relatives with compassion and empathy. Maintaining high standards of nursing you will be a team player who enjoys an unpredictable working day with the desire to drive change.
We currently have vacancies in:
- Acute / General Medicine
- Older People Service (OPS)
We will provide you with excellent development opportunities and a team that lives and works by our WeCare values which are at the heart of everything that we do.
You will be supported in your nursing career where we will provide you with the following development opportunities such as:
- Fundamental of Care for Nursing
- Career clinics
- Rotations within directorates
- Dedicated practice development nurse
- Capital Nurse Programme
- Individualised personal development plan
If you are committed and would like to develop your skills further why not apply online for a post via our open day where you will be given the opportunity to learn about our services and be interviewed by our senior nurses. If you are successful, we will offer you a post on the day. All nurses are required to pass the medicines management test before the interview.
Apply online stating your area of interest in where you would like to work on your application form.
You must have appropriate UK professional registration.
This post is subject to the Rehabilitation of Offenders Act (Exceptions Order) 1975 and it will be necessary for a submission for Disclosure to be made to the Disclosure and Barring Service.
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