Are you an experienced Registered nurse with teaching qualifications? Our client is looking for a Practice Development Nurse to work in clinics across the south of England and is offering up to £39k per annum for the right nursing candidate. The Practice Development Nurse will lead training and education programmes in renal units to support nurses and healthcare assistant staff in delivering consistently high-quality clinical care.
Key Nursing responsibilities:
? You will implement the induction and training of new staff members by following policies and procedure.
? You will also ensure the ongoing provision of mandatory training for qualified and unqualified staff.
? You will be a source of current specialist nursing information and educational knowledge.
? Part of your focus will be on teaching nurses and support staff in relation to dialysis
The Practice Development Nurse will help develop and implement training programmes for staff nurses, registered nurses, practice nurses and other care assistants and support workers, helping them expand their clinical skills.
It takes an extraordinary and dedicated person to be a Practice Development Nurse. It's emotionally demanding, but with the job satisfaction that you will receive, it will make the job worth it.
To apply for this satisfying and challenging role, you will need to be an NMC Registered Nurse with:
? A renal nursing qualification (ENB 136 or equivalent)
? A teaching qualification (ENB 998 or equivalent)
? A, BA in health-related studies
? Experience in working in a healthcare setting
? Minimum of 4 years experience in dialysis
In return, you will receive between £35,000 and £39,000, with a car allowance (as this job involves travelling between sites in the south of England).
If you are a compassionate Practice Development Nurse, this could be your next Healthcare role. Please register your interest today by applying online, and a member of our nursing recruitment team will be in contact to fast track
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