- € 28,768 - 45,800 Per year
- Full time
- Permanent, Contract
- Job level
- Qualified (non-manager), Deputy Manager / Senior Staff, Newly qualified
- 7 Apr 2020
- 9 Sep 2020
Staff Nurse Theatre - top Private Dublin hospital
Our client hospital is a 112 bed private hospital in West Dublin. Our specialised medical teams provide medical, surgical and advanced radiotherapy care to patients and are supported by the very latest medical technology. The Clinic is committed to providing excellence in patient care using state-of-the-art facilities. They offers an outstanding level of expertise and cutting edge technology. They have the most advanced diagnostic imaging equipment available today, full Cardiological facilities including a Cardiac Catheterisation Suite and Clinical Laboratory services.
Currently seeking Staff Nurses to join the Theatre Team. As a key member of the frontline team, the Theatre Staff Nurse will demonstrate strong clinical skills and facilitate effective communication with colleagues in the hospital. The position requires a collaborative and supportive approach to the development of services and structures, embracing continuous quality improvement and the implementation of changes necessary to achieve organisational objectives. Currently we have vacancies on the Orthopaedic and PACU Teams
The main duties for this role are
Work as a member of the nursing team and perform duties as allocated by the Clinical Nurse Manager 2.
Deliver skilled practical care to Theatre patients and participate in the monitoring of the planning, delivery and evaluation of individualised patient care, ensuring a patient centred focus.
Be aware of the multifaceted needs of Theatre patients and provide a holistic support service for them and their families.
Ensure safe practice is adhered to in the storage and administration of all drugs in accordance with local policy and Department of Health / NMBI guidelines, keeping patient and staff safety a priority.
Ensure compliance with all relevant Clinic guidelines, policies, procedures and relevant legislation and regulatory requirements
Essential requirement for the ideal candidate:
Be registered in the general division of the Register of Nurses maintained by NMBI
Have at least two years recent relevant post-registration nursing experience in an acute hospital setting and a minimum of one year’s nursing experience in Theatre nursing
A recognised post-registration nursing course - Higher Diploma or Post Grad course in Peri-operative nursing or be in pursuit of same.
Have good clinical and professional ability, and excellent communication skills.
Competence in the use of information technology.
Excellent interpersonal and communication skills
Why work at this hospital?
They are passionate about our people and believe in their development and growth. As a member of the team you can benefit from:
An Education Support Programme
Opportunities for career progression
Access to a Pension Scheme
Free staff car parking
Employee Assistance Programme
Apply with CV by email
Ref: RGN Theatre Herm
This job was posted to A&E nurse, Cosmetic nurse, Theatre nurse in Dublin West
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