|Hiring Organization||Royal Free London Hospitals|
|Post Name||Senior Nursing Assistant|
|Qualification||Diploma in Nursing Care Assistant (DNCA)|
|Employment Type||Full Time|
|Work Hours||8 Hours|
|Salary||GBP 37 Per Hour|
|Location||London, England, United Kingdom NW3 2QG|
Everyone is welcome at Royal Free London NHS Foundation Trust. We’re proud of our diversity and we continue to undertake new initiatives to advance equality for LGBT+, BME, gender equality, staff carers, and people with disabilities and lived experiences to promote good relations and understanding between our staff.
Main Duties of the Job
Lyndhurst rooms are an outpatient department within the Private Patient Unit of the Royal Free Hospital, which is situated in picturesque Hampstead Heath.
Your duties will include working as part of a multidisciplinary team, as well as providing high-quality customer care, whilst demonstrating compassion, care, and commitment to making a real difference in their visit to the unit.
You will work with a team of like-minded individuals, all with a desire to ensure that our patients are comfortable and that world-class care is provided to each of them. It is also important to us that you are a caring, enthusiastic and self-motivated individual.
We put people at the heart of everything we do and guarantee that you will be part of something special where trusting relationships between staff and our patients are formed.
As part of our strong and friendly team, you will have all the support you will need to reach your potential to enable you to build a rewarding career within a growing and progressive department.
In return for your passion and commitment, you will receive online NHS discounts, contributory pension, length of service bonus, days of annual leave and most importantly training will be provided to support ongoing clinical and personal development.
Working for our Organization
The Royal Free London NHS Foundation Trust is one of the UK’s biggest and most innovative trusts. Across three main hospitals, our dedicated army of staff care for over 1.6 million patients, treats more than 200,000 in A&E, delivers over 8,000 babies, and carries out more than 17 million tests.
Our size, scale, and influence offer you unrivaled career opportunities and a forward-thinking approach to working that works around your lifestyle. From flexible hours and generous benefits to next-level training, we make it easier to take your career to the top
Royal Free World Class Values
- Demonstrable ability to meet the Trust Values
Education & Qualifications
- Evidence of literacy and numeracy skills to GCSE C or equivalent
- Committed to own personal development and evidence of regular attendance at training days
- NVQ Level 3 or Equivalent/New Diploma Level 3 or equivalent
- Completion of Assessor training
- Previous experience of working with patients in a hospital environment
- Previous experience with teamwork
- Previous experience in customer care
Skills and aptitudes
- Ability to learn new skills quickly
- Ability to plan and prioritize workload
- Ability to communicate and present written information clearly
- Ability to understand and undertake to monitor patients’ vital signs
- Competent in performing investigations & procedures e.g. ECGs, catheterization, simple dressings
- Competent in performing cannulation and phlebotomy
Qualities & attributes
- Committed to developing self and others