Specialist Nurse Practitioner - Aural Care
A rewarding job with NO unsocial hours!
Career development within the exciting arena of Specialist Surgery Outpatients is on offer here at the Oxford University Hospitals NHS Foundation Trust. As our service grows, we are looking to welcome an enthusiastic nurse to join us in delivering well established nurse-led clinics in Aural Care within our ENT Service. The post-holder will undertake Aural Care clinics within the John Radcliffe West Wing & also in community locations.
This is the ideal job for someone with enthusiasm to progress in a specialist nursing role as well as being motivated and able to contribute to the ongoing development of nursing practice through a genuine interest in this specialist field.
We are looking to appoint an registered nurse with a recognised aural care course and experience of running nurse led clinics either in primary or secondary care. You may have transferable knowledge and skills from working in another acute surgical specialty or in an outpatient setting which will make you suitable to be considered for this post. You will also have excellent communication skills, experience of working collaboratively with the multi-disciplinary team and have successfully developed junior staff and students.
We pride ourselves in delivering the highest quality care and best experience for our patients within a friendly multi-disciplinary team and can promise you a robust induction and on-going training to ensure you have the competence and confidence to cultivate Specialist Nurse Practitioner skills.
We offer an excellent learning environment; supporting all grades of staff and students in their professional development and have been thrilled to be recognised in the Oxford Brookes University Student Placement of the Year awards on two consecutive years.
CLOSING DATE - 16TH SEP 2020
For further details / informal visits contact:
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