The Hillingdon Hospital NHS Trust is a busy district general hospital situated near to London's Heathrow Airport.
The work is interesting and varied, the pace is fast but we can offer you a friendly and supportive environment with an excellent record of commitment to continuing professional development together with all the benefits of working for a Foundation Trust.
An exciting opportunity has arisen within our service for an enthusiastic, flexible and motivated Theatre Sister / Charge Nurse to lead on surgical urology/ general / colorectal services to join our friendly dynamic hard-working theatre team.
Our theatre suite at The Hillingdon has 7 theatres and 1 recovery unit. The specialities include robotics, orthopaedics/ trauma, gynaecology, urology, general / vascular and ophthalmic. This department has 24 hour theatre provision including obstetrics.
You will be fully supported in your role by the Theatre Sisters and the Operations Manager for Theatres
A commitment to participate in shift work, nights and weekends is essential.Main duties of the job
You will be responsible for the effective and efficient operational management of the department/ward including budget control, clinical governance, staff development.Expected to provide professional leadership within the clinical area and provide direction and inspirational leadership to all members of the multi-disciplinary team within the area for which they are accountable for.
You will be involved in the development & guidelines.
Duties and Responsibilities:
- Lead the development of Urology/General/ Colorectal surgery and the implementation of policies, procedures and standards of care relating to the service.
- Support key working relationships with all members of the Multi-Professional Team, including Nursing and Medical staff, Allied Health Professionals and Support Workers.
- Be responsible and accountable, within the Multi-Professional Team, for the assessment, planning, delivery and evaluation of the specialist nursing care for patients undergoing robotic surgery.
- Assess, plan and implement patient treatment to provide holistic care in coordination with lead clinician, working across specialism's i.e. surgery and anaesthetics to deliver holistic care to individual patients
The Hillingdon Hospitals NHS Foundation Trust is the only acute hospital in the London Borough of Hillingdon and offers a wide range of services, including accident and emergency, inpatient care, day surgery, outpatient clinics, and maternity services. The Trust's services at Mount Vernon Hospital include routine day surgery, delivered at a modern treatment centre, a minor injuries unit, and outpatient clinics.
The safety and well-being of our patients and staff is paramount and we are making urgent improvements to address this - particularly in infection prevention and control. We are making progress by working in partnership with local GPs, charities, community services, academic partners, our local authority, neighbouring hospitals, and the wider North West London Integrated care system, and ensuring that we listen and work in partnership with our local population. We are focused on ensuring that our hospitals provide high quality, safe, and compassionate care, while we drive forward with the building of the new Hillingdon Hospital.
We have over 3,500 members of staff that are proud to care for nearly half a million people, with a vision to be an outstanding provider of healthcare through leading health and academic partnerships, transforming services, to provide the best care where needed.Job descriptionJob responsibilitiesPlease refer to the attached Job Description and Person Specification for a full list of role requirements and main responsibilities.Person SpecificationKnowledge and Skills basedEssential
- oBSc (Hons) degree Nursing/ODP Current or equivalent qualification/training/experience (A) oMentorship Course
- oMinimum of five years recent experience in Acute hospital setting (A/I)
- oKnowledge of Professional Codes of Conduct and their implications for practice.
- oExperience / evidence of ongoing professional development oActively participate in teaching and training. oExperience of audit, benchmarking standard setting (A/I)
- Excellent leadership skills/ teaching skills / organisational skills / management skills
- Ability to use own initiative ?Decision making skills,?Ability to remain calm under pressure
- Excellent verbal, non-verbal and written communication skills in English
- oAbility to deal with and resolve conflict & stressful situations
- oAble to work as a team member and lead a team effectively oAct as role model / good team leader Creative lateral thinker
Employer detailsEmployer name
- oDegree /diploma in nursing oRCN clinical leadership programme
- oUrology/General/ Colorectal Experience Knowledge of current government and local health initiatives
- oExperience of developing and influencing changing clinical practice
The Hillingdon Hospital NHS Foundation TrustAddress
Pield Heath Road
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