- Specialist Surgery Division
- Band 5
- Full time 37.5 hours per week
- London Irish Ward
- £27,936 to £34,629 per annum inc
- 26/02/2020 23:59
The Royal National Orthopaedic Hospital NHS Trust is the largest orthopaedic hospital in the UK and a global leader in our field. We provide a dynamic working environment where we support frontline staff to implement improvements so that we can realise our vision of being a world leading neuro musculoskeletal hospital providing the best patient care and staff experience in the NHS, delivering world leading research, and offering a strong foundation of education, training and career progression. Our dedicated staff come from diverse backgrounds, and our patients benefit from the wide range of experience they bring to the Trust. The RNOH brings unrivalled expertise together in one place allowing us to deliver some of the world’s most complex and innovative care to our patients
- Rated Good by the CQC
- Two sites, one in central London and one in Stanmore - which has recently opened The Stanmore Building, a new, state-of-the-art inpatient facility
- Our Research and Innovation Centre works closely with our main academic partner, University College London
- Recognised as a centre of excellence, leading on national initiatives, such as the Getting It Right First Time (GIRFT) Programme
- Further major redevelopment underway across the Stanmore site – improving and modernising our facilities to maintain our position as the UK’s leading centre for orthopaedic medicine
- In the NHS staff survey, over 90% of our staff were satisfied with the quality of care they are able to give to patients - the best result of any NHS Trust in the country
- Our staff also indicated that they had the best experience of appraisals as compared to all other NHS Trusts.
This is a great time to join us and play a critical role in the next stage of RNOH’s journey to achieving an outstanding CQC rating.
Our aim is to remain a world-leading orthopaedic hospital with the best patient care and staff experience in the NHS. To do this, we have four core values that underpin everything that we do. We use our values to help ensure that we are always focused on the things that our staff and patients believe are most important:
- Patients first, always
- Excellence, in all we do
- Trust, honesty and respect, for each other
- Equality, for all
Our annual staff survey results have been improving year on year, with our staff telling us that their experience of working at the Trust is getting better and better. They also indicate that our staff feel very loyal to the RNOH and committed to its role in providing the very best care to our complex patient group. We hope that we can welcome you to our growing team soon.
Are you a motivated Band 5, newly qualified nurse or you are thinking of a career move in orthopaedics? If yes I may just have the job for you!
Royal National Orthopaedic Hospital is a highly performing specialised renowned NHS Trust. On the London Irish Ward we pride in caring for patient with elective Spinal Surgery and Joint Reconstruction. We welcome candidates with excellent interpersonal and organizational capabilities, who are enthusiastic, innovative and above all patient focused.
This role also offers the opportunity to be part of the Research Team (7.5 hours per week) as part of the Research Fellowship. The Research Fellowship will allow you to represent your clinical division and contribute towards increasing excellence in patient care and staff experience. We also offer Preceptorship programme for newly qualified nurses. Career Clinic is also available to our nursing workforce in providing assistance with career guidance.
We are open to flexible shifts request that allows us to provide best care for our patients.
I continue to work in the RNOH after 7 years and I’m looking to support and develop staff as the London Irish Ward Manager. If you wish to discuss the role further or for an informal visit, I look forward to hearing from you.
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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