Critical Care Research Nurse

Posted 18 September by NHS Business Services Authority

At the General Critical Care Unit (General ITU Unit) at Morriston Hospital an exciting opportunity has arisen for a combined post of Research and Critical care Senior Staff Nurse.

The 28 bedded Critical Care provides care to level 2 and 3 patients across many specialties including Tertiary services such as Renal, Pancreatic, Thoracic, Urology and Vascular Services. It is also a centre of excellence for interventional cardiology. We can demonstrate excellent Intensive Care National Audit and Research Centre results that demonstrates the high standards we strive to achieve

We believe our staff are our most valuable asset and their dedication and work ethic have moulded critical care into what it is today. We have a large and diverse skilled workforce and we are committed to their wellbeing and development. Supporting and developing staff in their workplace are essential to your success.

The post offers a brilliant opportunity for a dynamic individual to support the Research agenda whilst continuing to develop their clinical practice and leadership skills in Critical Care.

It is essential that you are a good communicator, have critical care nursing experience and the ability to challenge practice to ensure delivery of a safe and efficient service.

This is a dual role encompassing both research and clinical roles. The post holder will contribute actively to the conduct, coordination and delivery of the Critical Care Research Portfolio, under the leadership of the Research Lead and the Matron for ITU. Working effectively with the immediate and broader multidisciplinary team (MDT), being responsible for ensuring that high standards of clinical care planning, delivery, safety and patient satisfaction is to a very high standard, compliant with Trust policy, study protocol requirements, local and national guidance and legislation.

You must be a team player, be able to work flexibly to facilitate the needs of the department and hold a valid NMC Registration.

The post holder must hold a valid driving licence.

The ability to speak Welsh is desirable for this post; English and/or Welsh speakers are equally welcome to apply.

For further details / informal visits contact:

NameBethan JamesJob titleMatronEmail addressbethan.james@wales.nhs.ukTelephone number

Reference: 40915918

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