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.

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

 

Staff Nurse - Private Outpatients Department

Location: Royal Brompton Hospital
Salary: 
£30,786 to £37,841 pa inc HCAS
Vacancy expiry date: 10 October 2021

An exciting opportunity has arisen for a staff nurse to join our private outpatients team, based at Royal Brompton Hospital.

The role is varied and interesting, supporting a number of routine and ad-hoc clinic sessions, in addition to managing nurse-led clinics and new initiatives within the department. You will closely with our medical consultants, administrators and multidisciplinary teams to provide a high standard of service and care to all of our patients.

You will be an enthusiastic, motivated individual with excellent organisation and communication skills. You should have at least one year’s post-registration experience, six months of which should preferably be in a cardiology/cardiothoracic environment and be familiar with the nursing duties and processes involved in an outpatient nursing setting. You should have proven phlebotomy skills and be flexible in your approach to working practices and schedules.

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Staff Nurse - Foulis Ward 

Location: Royal Brompton Hospital
Salary: 
£30,766 to £37,841 pa inc HCAS
Vacancy expiry date: 31 October 2021

An exciting opportunity has arisen for a staff nurse to join the specialist respiratory unit, based at Royal Brompton Hospital.

You will work closely with ward managers, senior staff nurses and a multi-disciplinary team liaising patient care. This is an exciting opportunity for someone with a keen interest to learn and expand their knowledge and who wishes to expand their existing respiratory experience within a specialist centre.

We want to help you realise your potential, which is reflected through our training and development plans. We offer an extensive induction programme and the option to rotate within respiratory departments.

You must be eager to learn, able to work in a fast-paced environment and have a passion for respiratory nursing.

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Staff Nurse - Temporary

Location: Royal Brompton Hospital
Salary: 
Band 5 £21.07 to £39.86 per hour
Band 6 - £23.78 to £44.99 per hour
Vacancy expiry date: 31 October 2021

An exciting opportunity has arisen for a temporary staff nurse to join our inpatients and outpatients teams, based at Royal Brompton Hospital.

What we are looking for:

  • NMC registered nurses
  • Excellent communication, written and verbal
  • Ability to work within a multidisciplinary team
  • Organisation skills
  • Willingness to participate in continuing professional development
  • Flexibility in shift patterns
  • Looking for regular work/ad hoc shifts.

What we have to offer:

  • Competitive rates of pay
  • Regular work and lines of shifts
  • On-site restaurant and café

Areas of interest - please specify on application form in supporting statement:

  • Adults Intensive Care Unit – (AICU)
  • High Dependency Unit/ITU – (Elizabeth HDU/ITU)
  • Cardiology
  • Paediatrics
  • Respiratory
  • Theatres
  • Surgery
  • Private Patients Unit

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

Clinical Nurse Specialist - Inherited Cardiac Conditions (ICC)

Location: Harefield Hospital
Salary: £45,024 - £50,806 pa Inc. HCAS
Vacancy expiry date: 15 October 2021

An excellent opportunity has arisen for a  clinical nurse specialist to join our ICC team, based at Harefield Hospital.

This role is a unique opportunity within the highly specialist ICC nursing team, that supports and cares for individuals that either have or whom are at risk of ICCs. 

You will be able to develop skills in ECG recognition, arrhythmia and device management including symptom trigger rescue work, and the understanding of ICC’s and genomic healthcare. Formal and informal teaching, developing autonomous practice and service development will also be encouraged. Previous experience working within cardiology is essential.

Please note this is position is part-time.

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Clinical Nurse Specialist in Cardiology

Location: Harefield Hospital
Salary: £45,024 - £50,806 pa Inc. HCAS
Vacancy expiry date: 18 October 2021

An excellent opportunity has arisen for an experienced and innovative clinical nurse specialist to join our cardiology team, based at Harefield Hospital.

This clinical role will enable you to develop your skills in a variety of aspects of cardiology nursing, including pre-admission clinics for elective procedures, outpatient management of patients following elective and Primary PCI, management of other nurse-led clinics such as the rapid access chest pain clinic and management of a caseload of patients including those being admitted for day-case procedures. The role includes nurse-led discharge of patients from the day-case unit.

You will need to be highly self motivated, be able to demonstrate advanced management, communication, interpersonal and organisational skills and be able to work autonomously as well as within the cardiology team. We provide a full in-house training programme and study leave to help you develop your potential. Qualification in clinical assessment and as a non-medical prescriber would be advantageous but training can be given. 

You will be based at Harefield Hospital, but some cross-site working may be required.

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Children's Safeguarding Nurse Specialist

Location: Royal Brompton and Harefield Hospitals
Salary: £47,154 - £52,936 pa Inc. HCAS
Vacancy expiry date: 30 October 2021

An excellent opportunity has arisen for a children’s safeguarding nurse specialist to join our safeguarding team, based across our sites at Royal Brompton Hospital and Harefield Hospital.

The safeguarding service supports all departments across Royal Brompton and Harefield Hospitals, giving expert advice in relation to safeguarding children, and working closely with multi-agency partners ensuring the safety of the children and young people we care for. The team is responsible for devising and delivering safeguarding children training for all levels of hospital staff.

You will provide leadership, expert safeguarding nursing advice and management support. You will also have key responsibilities for the provision of professional advice and supervision on safeguarding children issues/cases in conjunction with the Trust Named Professionals. You will be a visible senior nurse in the clinical area and act as a specialist and will demonstrate a high level of expertise within the specialist service.  

You will foster a culture of prevention, early and accurate identification and management of safeguarding concerns for the organisation, providing effective communication, networking and liaison, establishing and maintaining good working relationships within health services and with other agencies to ensure that information relating to child protection and safeguarding is up to date and embedded in practice.

You will have extensive post-registration experience within children's services and experience of working in the child protection field. You must demonstrate excellent interpersonal, creative and problem-solving skills, be able to sensitively guide and support staff and be a positive team player and role model.

It is an exciting time to join children’s services as we work towards our integration with the Evelina London on the 1st April 2022.

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