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London, Greater London, England
KCR in partnership with Royal Free London NHS Foundation Trust currently have opportunities for International & EU Staff Nurses; both experienced and newly qualified, to join the Trust’s forward thinking and supportive multi–professional team.
ROYAL FREE LONDON NHS FOUNDATION TRUST
Barnet Hospital is part of the Royal Free London NHS Foundation Trust group offering a wide range of acute medical services including paediatrics, dermatology, gynaecology and orthopaedics among others.
These are exciting opportunities in a vibrant trust, committed to staff education and development with practice educators available to teach on site. Support is also provided through mentors and a highly experienced team.
Royal Free are committed to developing and supporting a modern career framework for their nurses and you will be supported every step of your critical care career pathway by our Clinical Practice education team and senior team.
Specialities include Theatres, ICU, Surgical vacancies which include ENT, plastics, breast, orthopaedics, general surgery, acute surgery, and endoscopy. Liver Transplant, Renal, Dialysis, Medicine, Stroke, Care of the Elderly.
Main Duties & Responsibilities
Barnet is one of London's largest boroughs. It covers almost 87 km or 33 square miles and is home to Apply residents, of which more than two thirds own their own home. Barnet itself has a bustling High Street of high class shops such as Waitrose supermarket along with a number of book shops. It has a famous market, started in 1199 when King John issued a charter to the Abbot of St Albans, John de Cella and it still continues today, on Wednesdays and Saturdays.
The local areas are well serviced by schools, public amenities and good transportation links. Available accommodation types range from rooms within existing households to studio/flats to larger houses.
HOW TO APPLY
Ongoing Skype interviews available. Full recruitment support from a dedicated KCR team member provided.