Registered Nurse (RGN)
Investing in your future…
Would you love to work as part of an organisation where you’ll have the time to give patients personalised care to a standard you can be proud of? If so, then Spire Parkway Hospital has the ideal varied and rewarding opportunity for your next career move. Positions with full time and part time hours are available.
You’ll have support from a strong management team to develop your skills with confidence, working within a successful and growing business, with a strong track record of promoting Nurses to management positions, meaning that a career in Spire can take you far.
Who will I be working with?
Spire Healthcare is a leading independent hospital group in the UK and the largest in terms of revenue, comprising of 39 hospitals, 10 clinics and 2 specialist cancer care centres. Significant capital investment of over £500m since 2007, continuous investment in the business, dedicated colleagues, and comprehensive and competitive benefits, makes Spire an exciting and innovative place to work. Employing over 7,800 colleagues, Spire continuously delivers excellent care with leading clinical outcomes and a high level of patient satisfaction.
Spire Parkway Hospital has provided high quality care to the residents of Solihull and surrounding areas for 34 years. The hospital has recently finished a £9m development programme that included; the opening of a Specialist Care Centre for cancer treatment; a brand new operating theatre; an endoscopy suite; and a new stand-alone pre-operative assessment unit. It has also seen the total refurbishment of the hospital’s 39 bedrooms, day-care unit, wards and nursing stations.
So, what does the role of Registered Nurse (RGN) entail?
Reporting to the Nurse Manager, as a Registered Nurse you will work on both the Surgical and Medical wards treating a diverse variety of patients from many different specialties, meaning that you will never stop learning new skills and no two days will be the same. You’ll assess patients’ health and wellbeing across a complex and changing caseload and develop appropriate plans of care that take into consideration the care pathway, risks and patient wellbeing.
With the opportunity to work with some of the region’s top Consultants, you will be exposed to innovative evidence-based clinical techniques. Spire hospitals deliver increasingly complex and acute care, and this requires highly skilled and consistent nursing teams. All of this is underpinned by a nursing culture which focuses on impeccable patient care above all else.
What do I need in order to be considered for this Registered Nurse (RGN) role?
- Be a Registered Nurse, ideally working towards a post registration qualification in a clinical specialism
- Demonstrate principles of accountable practice
- High standard of clinical practice with a range of clinical skills, supported by professional competence and knowledge
- Highly motivated, with excellent interpersonal and communication skills, and the ability to gain the confidence of colleagues and peers
- Confident, with a proactive work ethic and the ability to thrive under adversity
What will I receive in return?
You’ll be working within a motivating workplace environment, as part of a company that commits to employees’ well-being through training, support and rewards.
Salary: £22,128 to £28,746, level dependent on experience
Attractive Benefits: Private medical cover, fully subsidised high-quality food in the onsite staff restaurant, free on-site car parking, enhanced employer contributory pension scheme, life assurance, employee assistance programme, wellness screening, eyesight tests, childcare vouchers, cycle to work vouchers, salary sacrifice gym membership, transport season ticket loans, retail and entertainment discounts, group income protection and a hospital cash plan, and long service recognition rewards.
Hours of Work: Option of either full time or part time hours available, to be discussed at interview.
Contract Type: Permanent
Location: Solihull, Birmingham
All applications to be submitted online, and strictly no agency calls or agency CV submissions.
This vacancy is exempt from the Rehabilitation of Offenders Act 1974 which means that all convictions, cautions, reprimands and warnings on your criminal record need to be disclosed. An Enhanced Disclosure from the Disclosure and Barring Service or Disclosure Scotland will be required for the successful applicant.