Registered Staff Nurse for Oncology Day role
- € 28768.0 - 45800.0 Per year
- Full time
- Permanent, Contract, Bank
- Job level
- Deputy Manager / Senior Staff, Qualified (non-manager), Newly qualified
- 11 Sep 2020
- 31 Dec 2020
Excellent opportunity for an experienced Oncology Nurse to join an award winning team in our clients state-of-the-art hospital
§ Nursing & Midwife Board of Ireland Registered General Nurse (NMBI) licence in good standing.
§ Oncology Related post graduation qualification desirable
§ Two years clinical experience preferred.
§ Oncology experience preferred.
§ Candidates must possess teaching abilities, leadership qualities, professional judgement, critical thinking and problem solving abilities, and a sense of professional development.
§ Must demonstrate multi-tasking ability.
§ Utilises effective time management skills.
Job Specific Competencies and Knowledge
§ Demonstrate ability to work as part of a multi-disciplinary team.
§ Demonstrate motivation and an innovative approach to job.
Communication & Interpersonal Skills
§ Demonstrate effective communication skills including the ability to present information in a clear and concise manner.
§ Demonstrate an understanding of change management.
Planning and Organising
§ Demonstrate evidence of effective planning, organising and time management skills.
§ Demonstrate flexible approach – to internal rotations, rostering, night duty, theatre on call, attitude to work.
§ Demonstrate evidence of recent and relevant experience in the specialised area and in an acute hospital setting.
§ Demonstrate knowledge of new developments in specialised area.
§ Demonstrate knowledge of national strategies where appropriate to nursing care.
Patient & Customer Focus
§ Demonstrate a focus on quality.
§ Demonstrate evidence of ability to empathise with and treat patients, relatives and colleagues with dignity and respect.
The timely identification and communication of any issues to the Nurse Manager.
Demonstrate a confidence and competence in all hospital policies and guidelines.
Efficient recording of all necessary documentation.
Effective management of complaints.
Monitoring of all risk management processes.
Maintaining an effective interdisciplinary communication processes.
Efficient utilisation of pay and non-pay resources.
Participate in all ward and hospital nursing communication processes.
Maintain good working relationships with other departments and with physicians, patients, families and outside agencies.
Communicate during the shift with the Nurse Manager and Nurse Supervisor.
Demonstrate the ability to delegate tasks and responsibilities.
Participate in ongoing consultation and collaboration with physicians and other care.
Provides to maximise patient outcomes and unit specific goals.
Demonstrate willingness to assist co-workers whenever needed.
Apply with CV for further details.
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