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Here is our current list of vacancies. Jobs are deleted after their deadline date has passed and the list is updated at least monthly. Find out when the vacancy list has been updated by joining our update list.

If you are looking for an neonatal or paediatric intensive care job we can also arrange for a copy of our printed Infant Grapevine to be sent to you (free of charge in the UK) on a regular basis. This is published bimonthly and contains all the latest jobs as well as details of neonatal and paediatric study days and conferences. Just fill out our form, or send your mailing address to .

Advanced Neonatal Nurse Practitioner  12/02/2015

Professional Development Nurse  12/02/2015

Sister/Charge Nurse  12/02/2015

Specialist Neonatal Staff Nurse  12/02/2015

Registered Nurse/Midwife – Maternity Services  28/02/2015

Registered Nurse/Midwife – Neonatal Unit  28/02/2015


Advanced Neonatal Nurse Practitioner

Guy’s and St Thomas’ NHS Foundation Trust

Band 8a

Guy’s & St. Thomas’ Evelina Children’s Hospital Neonatal Unit

We are a busy tertiary level 3 referral unit currently incorporating 16 intensive care, 6 high dependency cots, and 24 special care cots. We are expanding our service to include 12 HDU cots. We are one of 3 hub NICUs for the South London Neonatal Network. We are proud of our research rich environment encouraging opportunities for innovation and ensuring our care has an evidence based foundation. We provide an unrivalled breadth of experience, caring for babies with surgical, cardiac, neurological, renal and metabolic disorders as well as those born prematurely. We have strong links with our specialised Fetal Medicine and Fetal Cardiology teams and with our subspecialty colleagues in the Evelina London Children’s Hospital.

Our ANNPs currently undertake roles within both the medical and nursing teams. Within their clinical nursing role, they work as a ward manager, providing care, senior nurse education and clinical support to the multidisciplinary team. On the junior medical rota they are expected to exercise independent judgement in the assessment, diagnosis and implementation of the care of sick neonates. We are looking to expand and develop our pool of ANNPs over the next 2 years and continue to review how best to capitalise on the skills they provide to our clinical service.

As a member of our team we offer you:

  • Extensive orientation programme tailor made to meet individual needs
  • Mentorship programmes, staff away days and Practice Development Nurses to support staff
  • Development Programmes for all grades
  • Development opportunities include: enhancing practice and management and leadership skills
  • Links with Kings College, London offering a full curriculum of post registration under and postgraduate courses

Closing Date: 12/02/2015

For further information please contact Alex Phillips or Claire Alexander Matrons for Neonatal Unit on 020 7188 4038. All our vacancies can be viewed on our website.

Our excellent benefits include final salary pension scheme..

Please visit our website to find out more. Equality of opportunity is our Policy.

Web: www.guysandstthomas.nhs.uk

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Professional Development Nurse

Guy’s and St Thomas’ NHS Foundation Trust

Band 7

Guy’s & St. Thomas’ Evelina Children’s Hospital Neonatal Unit

We are a busy tertiary level 3 referral unit currently incorporating 16 intensive care, 6 high dependency cots, and 24 special care cots. We are expanding our service to include 12 HDU cots. We are one of 3 hub NICUs for the South London Neonatal Network. We are proud of our research rich environment encouraging opportunities for innovation and ensuring our care has an evidence based foundation. We provide an unrivalled breadth of experience, caring for babies with surgical, cardiac, neurological, renal and metabolic disorders as well as those born prematurely. We have strong links with our specialised Fetal Medicine and Fetal Cardiology teams and with our subspecialty colleagues in the Evelina London Children’s Hospital.

Our Professional Development Nurses are central to our commitment to deliver excellent standards of care. They provide training, learning opportunities, support and encouragement to permanent staff, learner nurses, and those studying at Kings College, London University.

As a member of our team we offer you:

  • Extensive orientation programme tailor made to meet individual needs
  • Mentorship programmes, staff away days and Practice Development Nurses to support staff
  • Development Programmes for all grades
  • Development opportunities include: enhancing practice and management and leadership skills
  • Links with Kings College, London offering a full curriculum of post registration under and postgraduate courses

Closing Date: 12/02/2015

For further information please contact Alex Phillips or Claire Alexander Matrons for Neonatal Unit on 020 7188 4038. All our vacancies can be viewed on our website.

Our excellent benefits include final salary pension scheme.

Please visit our website to find out more. Equality of opportunity is our Policy.

Web: www.guysandstthomas.nhs.uk

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Sister/Charge Nurse

Guy’s and St Thomas’ NHS Foundation Trust

Band 7

Guy’s & St. Thomas’ Evelina Children’s Hospital Neonatal Unit

We are a busy tertiary level 3 referral unit currently incorporating 16 intensive care, 6 high dependency cots, and 24 special care cots. We are expanding our service to include 12 HDU cots. We are one of 3 hub NICUs for the South London Neonatal Network. We are proud of our research rich environment encouraging opportunities for innovation and ensuring our care has an evidence based foundation. We provide an unrivalled breadth of experience, caring for babies with surgical, cardiac, neurological, renal and metabolic disorders as well as those born prematurely. We have strong links with our specialised Fetal Medicine and Fetal Cardiology teams and with our subspecialty colleagues in the Evelina London Children’s Hospital.

Our Sisters provide outstanding clinical leadership and professional expertise. They take the lead in the daily co-ordination of the unit ensuring the smooth running of this dynamic unit. These nurses set the high standards of nursing care expected of all nurses working on the unit.

As a member of our team we offer you:

  • Extensive orientation programme tailor made to meet individual needs
  • Mentorship programmes, staff away days and Practice Development Nurses to support staff
  • Development Programmes for all grades
  • Development opportunities include: enhancing practice and management and leadership skills
  • Links with Kings College, London offering a full curriculum of post registration under and postgraduate courses

Closing Date: 12/02/2015

For further information please contact Alex Phillips or Claire Alexander Matrons for Neonatal Unit on 020 7188 4038. All our vacancies can be viewed on our website.

Our excellent benefits include final salary pension scheme.

Please visit our website to find out more. Equality of opportunity is our Policy.

Web: www.guysandstthomas.nhs.uk

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Specialist Neonatal Staff Nurse

Guy’s and St Thomas’ NHS Foundation Trust

Band 6

Guy’s & St. Thomas’ Evelina Children’s Hospital Neonatal Unit

We are a busy tertiary level 3 referral unit currently incorporating 16 intensive care, 6 high dependency cots, and 24 special care cots. We are expanding our service to include 12 HDU cots. We are one of 3 hub NICUs for the South London Neonatal Network. We are proud of our research rich environment encouraging opportunities for innovation and ensuring our care has an evidence based foundation. We provide an unrivalled breadth of experience, caring for babies with surgical, cardiac, neurological, renal and metabolic disorders as well as those born prematurely. We have strong links with our specialised Fetal Medicine and Fetal Cardiology teams and with our subspecialty colleagues in the Evelina London Children’s Hospital.

Our specialist staff nurses play a vital role, encouraging junior members of the team and helping to maintain our standards of excellence. A Band 6 Development Course has been established to ensure that that when ready, allnecessary training and support will be provided in preparation for meeting the challenge of starting to take charge of the unit.

As a member of our team we offer you:

  • Extensive orientation programme tailor made to meet individual needs
  • Mentorship programmes, staff away days and Practice Development Nurses to support staff
  • Development Programmes for all grades
  • Development opportunities include: enhancing practice and management and leadership skills
  • Links with Kings College, London offering a full curriculum of post registration under and postgraduate courses

Closing Date: 12/02/2015

For further information please contact Alex Phillips or Claire Alexander Matrons for Neonatal Unit on 020 7188 4038. All our vacancies can be viewed on our website.

Our excellent benefits include final salary pension scheme.

Please visit our website to find out more. Equality of opportunity is our Policy.

Web: www.guysandstthomas.nhs.uk

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Registered Nurse/Midwife – Maternity Services

The Government of Western Australia Department of Health

Looking for a new challenge in Western Australia?

WA Health is seeking suitably qualified registered nurses/midwives with at least two years recent experience in the UK or Ireland.

We want to hear from you if you have:

1. either UK/Irish nursing/midwifery qualifications, or current Australian nursing registration

2. a high level of verbal and written communication skills and

3. a well written, detailed CV (a CV template can be downloaded at www.wago.co.uk/migration).

Competitive salary packages and sponsored work visas are available to suitably qualified nurses.

To check your eligibility for registration go to www.nursingmidwiferyboard.gov.au

If you meet these requirements, please forward your CV to nurses@wago.co.uk

Closing Date: 28/02/2015

Email: nurses@wago.co.uk
Web: www.nursingmidwiferyboard.gov.au

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Registered Nurse/Midwife – Neonatal Unit

The Government of Western Australia Department of Health

Looking for a new challenge in Western Australia?

WA Health is seeking suitably qualified registered nurses/midwives with at least two years recent experience in the UK or Ireland.

We want to hear from you if you have:

1. either UK/Irish nursing/midwifery qualifications, or current Australian nursing registration

2. a high level of verbal and written communication skills and

3. a well written, detailed CV (a CV template can be downloaded at www.wago.co.uk/migration).

Competitive salary packages and sponsored work visas are available to suitably qualified nurses.

To check your eligibility for registration go to www.nursingmidwiferyboard.gov.au

If you meet these requirements, please forward your CV to nurses@wago.co.uk

Closing Date: 28/02/2015

Email: nurses@wago.co.uk
Web: www.nursingmidwiferyboard.gov.au

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