Registered Nurse - Army Officer: Emergency Care (EC) Nurse

Starting salary in excess of £29,000.00 (DOE)
07 Jan 2013
04 Feb 2013
Job Type

If you are under 39 and have 2 years post registration experience in an acute care setting, this could be for you. On completion of your phase 1 training, you will be on a starting salary in excess of £29,000.00 (dependant on clinical experience).  A further increase in salary can be obtained through completion of specialist qualification and operational trade competencies which will be in addition to annual increments.

Frontline Emergency Care Nursing - Being an Emergency Care (EC) Nurse is rewarding, but delivering consist EC in different environments, inside tents or out of a ruck-sack is for the EC nurse who wants a challenge. Nursing in the Army requires you to want to be part of a forward thinking team who without fail strive to optimise patient care.  We are looking for EC nurses who can use their initiative, have drive and determination, utilise their highly developed clinical expertise to deliver the highest standard of care within a high functioning team.  Training and clinical development are of a high priority. We strive for our nurses to study EC at BSc & MSc level. With further experience and training, there are opportunities for Advance Nurse Practitioners and Nurse Prescribers.  The Army Emergency Department (ED) delivers a high standard of care to all service personnel on deployments. The Army ED needs to be resilient, adaptable and ready for anything and so do our nurses.

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