Job title: Advanced Nurse Practitioner
Pay: £37 to £55 per hour
Type: Agency Temporary / Locum
Austin Dean Recruitment supplies staffing solutions to the NHS Public and Private sectors, as a nursing agency, we have an extensive range of exciting opportunities for registered general nurses across England, Scotland and Wales.
Enjoy a bonus of up to £250* as a thank you for stepping forward and joining us during these challenging times. With competitive pay rates, first-sight of shifts across multiple trusts and dedicated support, there's never been a better time to join the Austin Dean team.
Due to demand we are now looking for an ANP to work sessions to suit their work life balance with an array of sessions available there never had been a better time to apply. We’re flexible in how you chose to work for us. If you’re looking for a committed salaried position we can offer you a highly competitive salary along with access to our generous benefits scheme, including the NHS pension, six weeks annual leave and educational opportunities. Likewise, if you’re looking for ad-hoc sessional work you can join our bank of nurses and enjoy above market rates, picking up sessions as and when you’ve the time to carry them out.
About the Job:
The Advanced Nurse Practitioner will be responsible for the assessment of health and clinical needs of the patient. To undertake consultations with patients as an autonomous practitioner using advanced clinical practice skills, own clinical judgement to diagnose, treat, refer or discharge patients. The locum role will require you to undertake consultations with patients taking a comprehensive patient history, carry out physical examination by using your expert knowledge and clinical judgement to identify the potential diagnosis. You will need to also exercise a higher degree of personal and professional autonomy using advances clinical practice skills to include clinical interventions. You will also be referring patients for investigations when necessary/appropriate. You will need to make a final diagnosis, decide on and carry out treatment, including the prescribing of medicine or referring to primary or secondary care specialist services within local agreed pathways and protocols as appropriate.
We have may various shift patterns to suit individual requirements, with first refusal on shifts available as we are a primary provider to our clients in the London region.
Requirements / Skills:
- Minimum 1 years’ experience working as a practitioner in a primary care environment, Emergency Department, Urgent Care Centre, MAU/EAU or other first contact setting, evidence of excellent assessment skills
- Advance clinical assessment skills including history taking/clinical examination
- First Level Nurse or other healthcare professional qualification leading to registration
- Evidence of degree level study or equivalent
- Degree in advanced practice or equivalent (to include research an evidence to inform practice, clinical leadership, work-based learning, clinical history taking and examination skills, pathophysiology, investigations and immediate management, non-medical prescribing)
- Evidence of completion of study in minor illness
- Evidence of study in minor injury
- Evidence of completion of study in paediatric minor illness
- Evidence of study in paediatric minor injury
- Masters level study in advanced practice
- Independent/supplementary prescriber
- £250 joining bonus – terms apply
- Weekly payroll
- Choice of payment options – PAYE, umbrella and limited company
- Volume and variety – thousands of shifts available across NHS and private healthcare providers
- Flexible shift options – ad hoc and block bookings available
- Faster registration - with a one-stop registration, interview and compliance process, you can start your first shift in as little as ten days
- Competitive pay rates – all pay rates include holiday pay
- Excellent referral scheme – receive £400 each time you refer a nurse, terms apply
- First sight of NHS shifts – as preferred suppliers with several NHS trusts, you’ll get the pick of shifts before they reach other agencies
- Free mandatory training
- Support with revalidation and appraisals
To find out more, simply register your interest and apply today
Disclosure and Barring Service Check: This post is subject to the Rehabilitation of Offenders Act (Exceptions Order) 1975 and as such it will be necessary for a submission for Disclosure to be made to the Disclosure and Barring Service (formerly known as CRB) to check for any previous criminal convictions.