Clinical Facilitator Theatre CNM2 Grade
- £ 48000 - 58000 Per year
- Full time
- Job level
- Deputy Manager / Senior Staff, Manager, Qualified (non-manager)
- 8 Nov 2019
- 6 Dec 2019
Clinical Skills Facilitator
Our client a well-established Private Hospital in Dublin wishes to recruit a Clinical Skills Facilitator CNM2 Grade to join the Nursing Team in the Theatre Department. The role is responsible for clinical support in Theatre.
* Registered General Nurse and registered with NMBI
* Have a minimum of five years post registration theatre nursing experience
* A recognised post-registration perioperative nursing course is essential
* A teaching qualification or be in pursuit of same is desirable
* Have excellent Managerial & Leadership skills
* Quality focus
* Risk Management
* Clinical audit
* Building and Maintaining Relationships.
* Be computer literate.
* Have excellent interpersonal skills and proven written and verbal communication abilities.
* Have the ability to work on own initiative or as part of a team
This is an excellent opportunity to join a reputable Private Hospital
For further information please Call Maria O' Dwyer today on mobile Applyor email Apply
This job was posted to Theatre nurse, Ward nurse in Dublin
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