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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 .

Network Nurse Facilitator Project Consultant   30/11/2014

Sister/Charge Nurses  15/12/2014

Staff Nurses  15/12/2014

Registered Nurse/Midwife – Maternity Services  30/12/2014

Registered Nurse/Midwife – Neonatal Unit  30/12/2014


Network Nurse Facilitator Project Consultant         Ref: J131-TST-14-0359

North West London Neonatal Nursing Workforce Clinical Education Support Team

AfC Band 8B (or equivalent if seconded) £45,707 - £56,504 plus HCAS

Part-time (18.75 hours) fixed term contract or secondment opportunity ending March 2017

Health Education North West London (HENWL) has committed to a two and a half year programme to address the challenges that face the neonatal nursing workforce in units across our Network. The programme will include the rollout of a team of Network facilitators headed by a team leader (Network Nurse Facilitator Project Consultant) supporting and enabling the education of Neonatal nurses in North West London, working in collaboration with local practice educators and the Network Management Team.

The Network Nurse Facilitator Project Consultant role is a great opportunity for a highly experienced practitioner and manager who is looking for a career development opportunity on a part time basis. This role will be responsible for setting out the direction of the programmes; identifying, developing and delivering sustainable educational solutions which support the network neonatal nursing workforce in partnership with key stakeholders.

This post represents a new and exciting development opportunity for clinical professionals aspiring to senior leadership who also have a commitment to neonatal education, training and professional development. As an integral part of the post, you will be required to work across neonatal units within North West London. The post will be hosted through The Hillingdon Hospitals NHS Foundation Trust.

Closing Date: 30/11/2014

For informal queries please contact Heather Naylor via email below. To apply visit the link below.

Email: heather.naylor@nhs.net
Web: www.jobs.nhs.uk/xi/vacancy/fc177bc1e9b14336bbb11950c20ed304/?vac_ref=913553079

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Sister/Charge Nurses         Ref: 438-LT4318

Lancashire Teaching Hospitals NHS Foundation Trust

Band 6

Location: Royal Preston Hospital. Hours: Various

We are expanding our neonatal nurse team and therefore have band 6 Sister / Charge Nurse vacancies. This presents an exciting opportunity for newly qualified and experienced neonatal nurses to join our team and work in a supportive and progressive environment. We are a busy level three unit comprising 28 cots – seven intensive, six high dependency and 15 special care cots. We have dedicated research nurses and work with MCRN to progress neonatal and paediatric care. We work closely with the maternity unit to provide transitional care; the Neonatal Outreach Team supports the unit in facilitating discharge and offering clinical care and support in the home setting. We also work in collaboration with the children’s ward in providing a seamless service to address the needs of neonates to childhood.

Lancashire Teaching Hospitals works in partnership with East Lancashire Hospitals in providing a transport service for the babies in the Lancashire and South Cumbria Network. We have a strong commitment to staff development and service improvement. We provide clinical placements for pre and post registration nursing students throughout this and neighbouring Networks. There are opportunities to access a variety of post registration courses to support nurses as they progress in their chosen career pathway of clinical, educational or management nursing.

For our band 6 roles you will require a neonatal qualification and be an established band 5, you will have a post registration qualification in mentorship and be working towards your degree. You will be active in fostering a positive working environment which allows staff to show initiative and thrive. You will also work alongside the Neonatal Clinical Facilitator to ensure the team achieves competencies and professional development.

In order to be successful you must have proven leadership qualities and be clinically credible. You must have a commitment to delivering high quality care in partnership with families. As a member of our friendly and professional team you will be reliable, flexible and motivated.

Closing Date: 15/12/2014

A full job description and online application form are available from the website.

Web: www.jobs.nhs.uk

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Staff Nurses         Ref: 438-LT4317

Lancashire Teaching Hospitals NHS Foundation Trust

Band 5

Location: Royal Preston Hospital. Hours: Various

We are expanding our neonatal nurse team and therefore have band 5 Staff Nurse vacancies. This presents an exciting opportunity for newly qualified and experienced neonatal nurses to join our team and work in a supportive and progressive environment. We are a busy level three unit comprising 28 cots – seven intensive, six high dependency and 15 special care cots. We have dedicated research nurses and work with MCRN to progress neonatal and paediatric care. We work closely with the maternity unit to provide transitional care; the Neonatal Outreach Team supports the unit in facilitating discharge and offering clinical care and support in the home setting. We also work in collaboration with the children’s ward in providing a seamless service to address the needs of neonates to childhood.

Lancashire Teaching Hospitals works in partnership with East Lancashire Hospitals in providing a transport service for the babies in the Lancashire and South Cumbria Network. We have a strong commitment to staff development and service improvement. We provide clinical placements for pre and post registration nursing students throughout this and neighbouring Networks. There are opportunities to access a variety of post registration courses to support nurses as they progress in their chosen career pathway of clinical, educational or management nursing.

In order to be successful you must have proven leadership qualities and be clinically credible. You must have a commitment to delivering high quality care in partnership with families. As a member of our friendly and professional team you will be reliable, flexible and motivated.

Closing Date: 15/12/2014

A full job description and online application form are available from the website.

Web: www.jobs.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: 30/12/2014

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: 30/12/2014

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

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