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Registered Nurse/Midwife – Neonatal Unit Closing date: 30/09/2014

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Job of the Month
Registered Nurse/Midwife – Neonatal Unit   Closing date: 30/09/2014

Advanced Neonatal Nurse Practitioners x3  17/08/2014

Advanced Neonatal Nurse Practitioner  08/09/2014

Practice Development Sister  08/09/2014

Staff Nurses  08/09/2014

Permanent band 5 and 6 nurses  09/09/2014

Registered Midwife – Maternity Services  30/09/2014


Job of the Month -
Registered Nurse/Midwife – Neonatal Unit

The Government of Western Australia Department of Health

A great career move is now available in Perth – Western Australia

Western Australia is one of the best places to live in the world with its endless blue skies, white sandy beaches and easy-going lifestyle. These natural assets are complemented by a first class public health system offering great career opportunities.

WA Health is seeking suitably experienced and qualified registered nurses/midwives to apply for positions within the neonatal and midwifery services at the new Fiona Stanley Hospital.

We want to hear from you if you have:

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

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

3. a well written, detailed CV (a sample CV can be downloaded at www.wago.co.uk/index.php/opportunities-for-health-professionals.html)

If you meet these requirements, please forward your CV to the email address below.

Suitable candidates will be offered sponsored work visas.

To apply for Australian nursing registration go to the website below.

Closing Date: 30/09/2014

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

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Advanced Neonatal Nurse Practitioners x3         Ref: WC-849

University Hospitals Bristol NHS Foundation Trust

Circa Band 8A (Combination of fixed and substantive roles)

St Michael’s Hospital, Bristol and the Western Network Newborn Emergency Stabilisation and Transport (NEST) team.

Join our growing team!

Due to an increase in funding there are three great opportunities to join our well established and dynamic team of seven ANNPs. Successful candidates, as well as practicing in all areas of NICU, will take a lead role in running the network neonatal transport team. We complete approximately six hundred neonatal transfers per year, some of which involve the full range of intensive care therapies including nitric oxide and therapeutic hypothermia.

Our recently refurbished tertiary unit comprises of 15 ITU, 8 HDU, 8 Special Care cots and a transitional care ward of 16 cots. We are a leading unit for the medical treatment of neonates and the regional referral unit for neonatal surgery, cardiology, and the treatment of hypoxic ischaemic encephalopathy. There are several research projects running concurrently including the CoolXenon3, PlaNeT2, SIFT, NeoMero and Sildenafil trials. Successful applicants will work on both/either the transport team and the neonatal unit to provide a 24hr ANNP service and be qualified non-medical prescribers, or willing to undergo training. ANNPs are also involved in the running of post discharge clinics for infants requiring RSV prophylaxis in the community.

This role includes taking a prominent role in the teaching of medical, nursing and midwifery colleagues, in research/audit, and in the provision and teaching of neonatal resuscitation.

Applications are welcomed from experienced or newly qualified Advanced Neonatal Nurse Practitioners.

Closing date for applications: 17 August 2014. Interview date: Week commencing 01 September 2014.

For more information and to apply, please visit the web address below, here you can search for the job by quoting reference the reference number.

Closing Date: 17/08/2014

For further information or for an informal visit please contact us on 0117 3421736 or 0117 3425589 and ask for Kay Pullen, Matron; David Harding, Consultant or Chris Ludlam, Advanced Neonatal Nurse Practitioner.

Web: www.jobs.nhs.uk

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Advanced Neonatal Nurse Practitioner         Ref: 427-A2014RJ100

Royal United Hospital Bath NHS Trust

Band 8a

An exciting opportunity has arisen to join the Neonatal Intensive Care team in the new state of the art, Dyson Centre for Neonatal Care at the Royal United Hospital NHS Trust, Bath.

We are designated as a level 2 unit with four intensive, three high dependency and 14 special care cots serving a birth population of 5,300 deliveries a year.

We have a new state of the art unit with developmental care at the heart of our sustainable design. We provide an ideal environment for babies, staff and families. We have an outreach team and are actively involved in the South West Neonatal Network.

We are looking for a motivated, enthusiastic Advanced Neonatal Nurse Practitioner to join our expanding team of highly developed specialist nurses with excellent management, clinical assessment and communication skills. Visit the web address below to apply, using reference number.

Closing Date: 08/09/2014

For an informal visit and discussion of roles please contact: Beverley Boyd (Matron) beverley.boyd@nhs.net on 01225 825532/01225 424331. Joanne Hodson, ANNP joanne.hodson@nhs.net on 01225 428331 bleep 7062.

Web: www.jobs.nhs.uk/

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Practice Development Sister         Ref: 427-A2014RJ128

Royal United Hospital Bath NHS Trust

Band 7

An exciting opportunity has arisen to join the Neonatal Intensive Care team in the new state of the art, Dyson Centre for Neonatal Care at the Royal United Hospital NHS Trust, Bath.

We are designated as a level 2 unit with four intensive, three high dependency and 14 special care cots serving a birth population of 5,300 deliveries a year.

We have a new state of the art unit with developmental care at the heart of our sustainable design. We provide an ideal environment for babies, staff and families. We have an outreach team and are actively involved in the South West Neonatal Network.

We are looking for a temporary part time Practice Development Sister to develop and enhance the practice of the neonatal team to ensure the highest quality of care. Visit the web address below to apply, using reference number.

Closing Date: 08/09/2014

For an informal visit and discussion of roles please contact: Beverley Boyd (Matron) beverley.boyd@nhs.net on 01225 825532/01225 424331. Joanne Hodson, ANNP joanne.hodson@nhs.net on 01225 428331 bleep 7062.

Web: www.job.nhs.uk/

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Staff Nurses         Ref: 427-A2014RJ101

Royal United Hospital Bath NHS Trust

Band 5

An exciting opportunity has arisen to join the Neonatal Intensive Care team in the new state of the art, Dyson Centre for Neonatal Care at the Royal United Hospital NHS Trust, Bath.

We are designated as a level 2 unit with four intensive, three high dependency and 14 special care cots serving a birth population of 5,300 deliveries a year.

We have a new state of the art unit with developmental care at the heart of our sustainable design. We provide an ideal environment for babies, staff and families. We have an outreach team and are actively involved in the South West Neonatal Network.

We are looking for Band 5 Staff Nurses who are enthusiastic practitioners with good assessment and communication skills, wanting to develop their clinical neonatal skills. Visit the web address below to apply, using reference number.

Closing Date: 08/09/2014

For an informal visit and discussion of roles please contact: Beverley Boyd (Matron) beverley.boyd@nhs.net on 01225 825532/01225 424331. Joanne Hodson, ANNP joanne.hodson@nhs.net on 01225 428331 bleep 7062.

Web: www.jobs.nhs.uk/

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Permanent band 5 and 6 nurses

Oxford University Hospitals NHS Trust

Based within the John Radcliffe Hospital in Oxford, our brand new state-of-the-art neonatal unit benefits from its proximity to world-leading cardiovascular, neuroscience centres and children’s hospital meaning the best help and support are just a walk away. Affiliated to Oxford University the unit benefits from leading-edge research and technology and is involved in many clinical trials.

Our permanent staff have developed a strong support culture and joining our team will make you part of a unique family.

OUH Neonatal unit is one of the largest tertiary neonatal centres in the UK accepting referrals from near and far. Our on-site transport services are a vital link with other units throughout the country and overseas!

Due to continuous expansion of our new neonatal unit at the John Radcliffe Hospital in Oxford we have vacancies for permanent band 5 and 6 nurses.

Previous experience of working in a Neonatal environment is essential. We offer comprehensive orientation and peer mentoring and career progression is actively encouraged. A competitive salary and help with relocation is available.

OUH is serviced by excellent public transport links and easily commutable from towns and villages within a 20-mile radius of Oxford City Centre.

Closing Date: 09/09/2014

Find out more about these exciting opportunities and apply to join us at the website.

Web: www.oxfordneonatalcare.co.uk

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Registered Midwife – Maternity Services

The Government of Western Australia Department of Health

A great career move is now available in Perth – Western Australia

Western Australia is one of the best places to live in the world with its endless blue skies, white sandy beaches and easy-going lifestyle. These natural assets are complemented by a first class public health system offering great career opportunities.

WA Health is seeking suitably experienced and qualified registered nurses/midwives to apply for positions within the neonatal and midwifery services at the new Fiona Stanley Hospital.

We want to hear from you if you have:

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

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

3. a well written, detailed CV (a sample CV can be downloaded at www.wago.co.uk/index.php/opportunities-for-health-professionals.html)

If you meet these requirements, please forward your CV to the email address below.

Suitable candidates will be offered sponsored work visas.

To apply for Australian nursing registration go to the website below.

Closing Date: 30/09/2014

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

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