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Clinical Nurse Specialist- Emergency Gynaecology Assessment Unit

Sandwell and West Birmingham NHS Trust
£35,392 to £42,618 pro rata per annum
Closing date
5 Mar 2024
We are seeking a highly motivated, committed Nurse for our Emergency Gynaecology Gynae-ononcology/and early pregnancy unit.

This role will require commitment to training, the ability to work in partnership with all members of the multi-disciplinary team to provide seamless care and support is also essential. We require someone who can work both autonomously and as part of a team.

Previous experience of working in early pregnancy is not necessary, but experience of Gynaecology ,Gynae oncology, urology or surgery is beneficial.

Main duties of the job

Working alongside, senior CNS colleagues, following defined protocols and pathways the post holder will be responsible for the management of Emergency Gynaecology Patients and for patients who are referred through elective pathways for planned procedures to the Emergency Gynaecology and Early Pregnancy Assessment Unit. This will include a personal clinical caseload and the provision of specialist advice to both patients and staff. In addition you will be required to deputise, as required for the Ward/ Department Manager in the co-ordination of Ward activities to ensure the delivery of a quality service through leadership and efficient deployment of valuable available resources.

The post holder will develop, their own practice to an advanced level, whereby they can directly or indirectly, influence all aspects of care and management of patients who have had a variety of both planned and emergency Gynaecological procedures and those who present with emergency gynaecological and early pregnancy conditions up to 16 weeks gestation.

About us

Sandwell and West Birmingham NHS Trust (SWBT) is an integrated care organisation with a budget of approximately �600 million and over 7,000 staff. Diversity and social care is at the core of what we do as the Trust provides Community and Acute Services to over half a million people in an urban centre that demands massive regeneration and has substantial premature mortality.

Our new acute hospital, the Midland Metropolitan University Hospital (MMUH), opens in 2024 and will provide care to our local population from first class, purpose-built premises. The development of the new hospital will play an important role in the regeneration of the wider area and in improving the lives of local people and reducing health inequalities.

We have three newly emerging strategic objectives:
  • Our People - to cultivate and sustain happy, productive and engaged staff
  • Our Patients - to be good or outstanding in everything we do
  • Our Population - to work seamlessly with our partners to improve lives

  • Job description

    Job responsibilities

    Please see attached Job Description and Person Specification for full details of what this role entails

    Person Specification



    • First level nurse.
    • Teaching and Assessing course
    • Willingness to work towards a degree in specialty
    • NMC registration


    • Degree in relevant area of practice
    • Management and leadership course



    • Experience in speciality


    • Experience in managing patient with chronic gynaecology disorders.



    • Demonstrate understanding of CNS role
    • Knowledge to safely used medical devices and other equipment required for practice

    personal qualities


    • Ability to work within a team and autonomously

    Management/Supervision/coordination Skills


    • Management of clinical caseload
    • Ability to work across professional and organisational boundaries

    Mental Effort


    • Ability to work independently with effective time management.

    Employer details

    Employer name

    Sandwell and West Birmingham NHS Trust


    SWB NHS Trust

    Dudley Road


    B18 7QH

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