Nursing vacancies

We are a leading organisation with an international reputation. Joining us means working alongside highly motivated and committed individuals in an environment which takes patient care seriously.

Because we specialise in heart and lung diseases, our members of staff have come from hospitals around Europe, and the rest of the world, to improve and expand their specialist skillset. 

We are always looking to develop our talent, so join us now and apply for one of our vacancies. 

Fraud and staff recruitment outside the UK

We are aware that a number of fraudulent job offers have been made recently, mainly to nurses and medical professionals in the Philippines, but also in some other overseas recruitment areas. We are working hard to resolve this matter but if for any reason you have concerns about the legitimacy of a job advertisement or job offer, please contact the nurse recruitment department on +44 (0)20 7352 8121.

 

There are currently no vacancies, please check back regularly for updates.

 

There are currently no vacancies, please check back regularly for updates.

Scrub Nurse - Theatres

Location: Royal Brompton Hospital
Salary: £29,888 - £36,738 pa inc HCAS
Vacancy expiry date: 29 November 2020

An excellent opportunity has arisen for a scrubs nurse to join our theatres team, based at Royal Brompton Hospital.

You will be a highly motivated nurse with experience in cardio-thoracic procedures. As your confidence and knowledge grows you will take an active role in mentoring more junior members of staff and undertake appraisal when requested.

You must have NMC or HPC registration and have worked for at least one year in the theatre environment.

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Scrubs Practitioner - Theatres

Location: Royal Brompton Hospital
Salary: £28,691 - £35,207 pa inc HCAS
Vacancy expiry date: 06 December 2020

An excellent opportunity has arisen for a scrubs practitioner to join our theatres team, based at Harefield Brompton Hospital.

You will be a highly motivated and hardworking nurse with experience in cardio-thoracic procedures. As your confidence and knowledge grows you will take an active role in mentoring more junior members of staff and student nurses/ODP’s and undertake appraisal when requested.

You must have NMC or HPC registration and have worked for at least one year in the theatre environment.

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Staff Nurse - Recovery

Location: Royal Brompton Hospital
Salary: £29,888 - £36,738 pa inc HCAS
Vacancy expiry date: 13 December 2020

An excellent opportunity has arisen for a staff nurse to join our friendly and progressive recovery team, based at Royal Brompton Hospital.

You will work under the guidance of the sister/charge nurse and multi-disciplinary team members in monitoring and maintaining excellent standards of nursing care and staff development, as part of the ward team.

You will have experience in an acute surgical setting and ideally have some experience in critical care or recovery nursing. Experience in cardiac nursing is desirable but not essential. You will receive a tailored induction and training and provide support to those with minimal experience of caring for sedated and mechanically ventilated patients.

A variety of development opportunities are available to successful candidates, including ILS, EPLS, mentorship and critical care diploma/degree modules as well as a range of in-house study days.

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Staff Nurse - Cardiothoracic Surgery (Cedar Ward)

Location: Harefield Hospital
Salary: £28,691 - £35,207 pa inc HCAS
Vacancy expiry date: 20 December 2020

An excellent opportunity has arisen for a staff nurse to join our friendly and supportive cardiothoracic surgery team, based at Harefield Hospital.

We are looking for enthusiastic nurses who are keen to work at the leading edge of cardiothoracic practice in a fast-paced ward setting.

You will need to be a highly motivated nurse who is committed to delivering high standards of care and can demonstrate excellent clinical and communication skills. 

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Staff Nurse - Paediatrics (Rose Ward)

Location: Royal Brompton Hospital
Salary: £29,888 - £36,738 pa inc HCAS
Vacancy expiry date: 03 January 2021

An excellent opportunity has arisen for a staff nurse to join our paediatrics team, based at Royal Brompton Hospital.

As a band 5 nurse you will be working alongside a team of dedicated nurses, doctors and wider multidisciplinary team where you will learn and develop your nursing skills. You will have the opportunity to contribute to the excellent patient care, carry out specialist procedures and build working relationships with patients and families.

We offer a large variety of in-house professional development opportunities. These include a five week supernumerary period, specialist study days and a generous study leave package to attend university courses.

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Senior Scrub Nurse - Theatres

Location: Royal Brompton Hospital
Salary: £37,638 - 44,780 pa inc HCAS
Vacancy expiry date: 29 November 2020

An excellent opportunity has arisen for a senior scrubs nurse to join our theatres team, based at Royal Brompton Hospital.

You will be a highly motivated nurse with experience in cardio-thoracic procedures. You will have proven clinical leadership skills to work within our busy operating theatre suite, consisting of five theatres and one hybrid theatre facility at the Royal Brompton site.

Although clinical and educational knowledge of paediatric procedures, in addition to adult cardiac and thoracic experience is desirable, training will be given in this area.

You will provide a high standard of evidence-based clinical leadership and practice development. You will be expected to work closely with the surgical team, assisting in implementing practice change where required and contributing to the control of consumables and making cost savings in line with Trust demands.

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Band 6 Staff Nurse - Paediatric Cardio-Respiratory (Rose Ward)

Location: Royal Brompton Hospital
Salary: £37,638 - 44,780 pa inc HCAS
Vacancy expiry date: 03 January 2021

An excellent opportunity has arisen for a staff nurse to join our paediatrics team, based at Royal Brompton Hospital.

You will be encouraged to coordinate patient care, assume a supervisory role as the nurse-in-charge and ensure the smooth running of the ward.

You will be an independent, inquisitive, autonomous nurse with a great sense of team spirit. You will need to be ready to share expertise and strive for the safest working environment.

We offer a vast variety of in-house professional development opportunities, including specialist study days and a generous study leave package to attend university courses. Your orientation will include supernumerary shifts, teaching in specialist skills and an introduction to patient and staff coordination.

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Research Nurse Coordinator - Clinical Research Facility

Location: Royal Brompton Hospital
Salary: £37,638 - 44,780 pa inc HCAS
Vacancy expiry date: 06 December 2020

An excellent opportunity has arisen for a research nurse coordinator to join our research and development team, based at Royal Brompton Hospital.

You will be expected to manage a portfolio of respiratory research studies - coordinating, assisting and leading project activity through set-up, delivery and closedown.

You will have experience in planning and delivering clinical research collaboratively within an NHS environment, working as part of a flexible research team. You will have experience of motivating colleagues to ensure research remains a top priority whilst promoting and delivering the highest quality of care to our patients.

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Resuscitation Officer

Location: Royal Brompton Hospital
Salary: £38,890 - £44,503 pa inc HCAS
Vacancy expiry date: 06 December 2020

An exciting opportunity has arisen for a dynamic and clinically-focused individual to join the resuscitation team, based at Royal Brompton Hospital.

You will be involved with hands on practical training, auditing, governance activities, teaching and team projects, as well as acting as a member of the cardiac arrest team and delivering clinical simulation programmes.

You will be responsible for delivering basic to advanced life support training courses for staff and working closely with the lead resuscitation officer and other colleagues in the development of key policies and training programmes. 

You will have the opportunity to develop personally and professionally within the team and be supported to develop further as an instructor and course director facilitating in house and national courses for adults and paediatrics.

You must have excellent communication skills, be a registered health care professional with an acute or critical care background (ideally) and be able to demonstrate excellent clinical skills in resuscitation and have been nominated for instructor potential in Advanced Life Support or be a full ALS/EPALS instructor. 

Please note this is 12 month fixed term maternity cover and the role is also available at Band 6. 

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Lead Resuscitation Officer

Location: Royal Brompton Hospital
Salary: £52,643 - £58,558 pa inc HCAS
Vacancy expiry date: 13 December 2020

An exciting opportunity has arisen for a dynamic and clinically-focused lead resuscitation officer to join the resuscitation team, based at Royal Brompton Hospital.

You will be responsible for designing, leading and delivering a wide portfolio of patient safety focussed training programmes to all grades of staff in adult and paediatric areas. You will also support other clinical education and training programmes for nursing teams across the Trust, including the OSCE training programme for international nursing recruits.

You will provide expert advice to ensure best evidence-based patient care is delivered, facilitated by visible and proactive leadership. The role also includes either leading or being involved in audit, quality improvement activities and Trust wide projects, as well as clinical duties by acting as a member of the cardiac arrest team. In addition you will be required to represent the service at key forums and meetings both within the Trust and externally.

You will be an outstanding communicator with the ability to lead and inspire others who can demonstrate the advanced skills required to work effectively with a range of clinical, operational and strategic professionals. You will have the ability to be creative and flexible, work on your own initiative, problem solve, prioritise your workload, manage projects and meet deadlines is essential.

You must have demonstrable experience as a resuscitation officer and hold an in-date Resuscitation Council (UK) recognised life support provider status and either full instructor or instructor candidate status in ALS and/or EPALS. Experience in directing national courses is highly desirable.

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