Experienced Emergency Department Band 5 Staff Nurse | Kingston Hospital NHS Foundation Trust
31 163 £
To work as part of the Emergency Department team to provide expert nursing care to those attending the Emergency Department including the Urgent Care Centre. To provide expert practice and knowledge. To promote, implement and evaluate evidence-based practice.
Your nursing career – your choice!
Join the NHS as an experienced Band 5 Registered Nurse role in one of hundreds of teams across nine hospitals, community and specialist clinical services serving millions of people in South West London and beyond.
Choose Kingston Hospital Foundation Trust! You can be interviewed online – and start your new role if successful – on dates to suit you!
With more than 200 different clinical services and specialties, 22,000+ staff – and serving four million+ people across South West London and further afield – we offer an easy, quick route into the widest range of opportunities for Newly-Qualified Nurses and final year nursing students.
We will also be hosting special NQN Careers Webinars over the coming months, following the success of our 2021 events. More than 130 final year student nurses and nurses who have recently qualified joined senior colleagues from the four trusts online to hear about working life here and ask questions on a range of topics.
Please do get in touch. We’d love to tell you more about what’s on offer including:
· Flexible start date to suit your needs
· Unrivalled learning and development – support from day one with dedicated preceptors, mentors, clear Band 5 NQN career and skills pathways and comprehensive clinical and leadership training opportunities
Emergency Department Philosophy
Kingston emergency department provides a high standard of care to around 112,000 patients each year. As a band 5 staff nurse you will join our dedicated team of enthusiastic and motivated staff in delivering outstanding care.
Trust Culture and Values
The Trust has defined its culture as one that is patient centred, which puts safety first and where all staff take responsibility, are valued and value each other. To support this our five values are that we are all:-
Caring– we design and deliver care around each individual patient’s needs and wants
Safe– we make the safety of patients and staff our prime concern (safety comes first)
Responsible– all staff take responsibility for the hospital, its services and reputation
Value each other– we all value each other’s contribution
Inspiring– we always strive to empower each other to develop and deliver improvements to benefit our patients
Our training, policies, procedures, and practices are all intended to support behaviours in line with our values and all staff are expected to uphold these by 'Living Our Values Everyday'
Please see the attached supporting document and person specification which contains more information about the role
This advert closes on Monday 23 Jan 2023<br><br>Kingston Upon Thames