Sitting off France's Normandy coast, Guernsey is the second-largest of the Channel Islands and is renowned for its relaxed pace of life and continental atmosphere. Guernsey is also well-served by flights and ferries to the UK and offers its residents a great quality of life.
Staff Nurse (Band 5), Critical Care UnitBand 5 - £30,566 - £35,513 BAR £36,501 - £39,560 per annum
We provide an exciting and challenging opportunity within Critical Care Nursing. As a relatively isolated Intensive Care & High Dependency Unit, this department provides a comprehensive service to a wide and varied case mix. As a Consultant led service there are opportunities for suitably experienced nurses to fully utilise their knowledge and skills. The department has demonstrated year-on-year impressive outcomes comparable to much larger specialist centres. We are looking for nurses who are passionate about what they do and are keen to develop their careers to utilise knowledge and best practice principles to care for our critically ill patients. Through our fast-tracking programme there are opportunities for staff to progress quickly to band 6 level, supported by our staff development programme. We are committed to revalidation and to support this work we provide payment for the cost of NMC Registration and professional subs.Read Job Summary
Senior Staff Nurse (Band 6), Critical Care UnitBand 6 - £36,501 - £44,054 BAR £45,493 - £49,449 per annum
The States of Guernsey is seeking to appoint a Senior Staff Nurse to be responsible for delivering a high standard of care to high dependency and critically ill patients for allocated shifts. You will liaise with the multidisciplinary team and offer support and advice to patients, relatives and colleagues. The post-holder will deliver individualised patient care based on principles of best practice through developing a theoretical knowledge base for the care of patients with acute physiological needs. This includes an in depth knowledge of ventilation, sepsis, renal replacement therapy and a thorough understanding of acute cardiac interventions, meeting the National Critical Care Competencies.Read Job Summary
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