Preceptorship - RGN - Oncology

Recruiter
Pulse Nursing
Location
Manchester, England
Salary
£26643 - £29307 per annum + Career development
Posted
13 Jun 2019
Closes
27 Jun 2019
Ref
245141
Contact
Alice Cartwright
Nursing Field
Oncology
Job Type
Permanent

I am currently recruiting for a newly qualified Registered Nurse (RGN) with an interest in Haematology/Oncology to join this specialist Cancer Treatment Service providing support to patients from diagnosis to outpatient care.

As a newly qualified nurse you will have a passion and interest in joining a specialist Cancer Treatment Unit and starting your career in this field. You will be working in a supportive culture and offered professional and emotional support due to the nature of the prognoses your patients may have. You will support and treat a diverse range of patients and will be an effective communicator with both them and their families.

The unit itself enables Registered General Nurses who specialise in Oncology/Haematology to work as part of a multidisciplinary team to assess, plan, deliver and evaluate standards of specialist care to ensure a high level of service to patients. The service provides holistic care to those with a variety of haematological malignancies and offers treatment for acute leukaemia, high grade lymphomas and manages the side effects of these treatments.

The benefits of this Registered Nurse (RGN) Haematology/Oncology role include:

  • Generous salary package
  • Contribution pension scheme
  • Private medical insurance
  • Annual salary review
  • Clear career pathways
  • Access to further education

Responsibilities for the Registered Nurse - Haematology/Oncology:

  • Providing and developing person centred care
  • Supporting with the operational function of the unit
  • Acting as a role model for junior team members and supporting in the delivery of specialist nursing care
  • Monitoring patient care and interventions appropriately
  • Comply with all legal, regulatory and best practice guidelines
  • Attending IV/Chemotherapy drug administration training
  • Implementing a holistic approach in the care of patients requiring infection control precautions
  • Ensure medicines are appropriately received, stored and administered
  • Supervise and monitor standards of care and take appropriate action to improve standards when required

The ideal candidate will possess the following:

  • Registered Nurse qualified with NMC registration (RGN)
  • Desire to pursue and develop a career in Oncology/Chemotherapy/Haematology
  • Passion for delivering high standards of care, investing in their own personal development and that of the unit