Job title: Triage Nurse
Location: Central London
Pay: £27 to £30 per hour
Hours: Part time / Full time
Type: Agency Temporary / Locum
We are looking for a Streaming Nurse to work at our clients integrated Urgent Care Centre and GP OOH's service in Central London, and North and South London areas.
The streaming nurse will be the first point of contact for patients attending the department, the Streaming Nurse will stream the patient to the most appropriate service based on their clinical needs.
The successful candidate will have the relevant skills and knowledge required to assess not only primary care pathway patients but those seeking minor injuries or emergency care and treatment. You will be able to stream patients both face to face and via telephone triage and an excellent knowledge of using telecommunications and IT clinical systems would be advantageous. This role would be an exciting way to expand your current skills and knowledge and be involved in implementing a new way of streaming patients within our service.
Why You Should Apply
Our client is a clinically-led organisation and their patients are always put first. Their management teams support our Nurses and GPs, ensuring that you have time to do the work you trained for, treating your patients.
We can offer you sessions to fit around your commitments. The Hospital UCC is a 24/7 service and we have Nurse sessions available during the week, at weekends, during the day and overnight. Currently we’re especially looking for Streaming Nurses to carry out work overnight, weekends, and day time too.
We’re flexible too 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 two weeks study leave. If you’re looking for regular guaranteed sessions but would prefer to work for yourself that’s fine too, our Service Level Agreement means we can guarantee you sessions 3 months in advance and you’ll be rewarded with competitive hourly rates. Likewise, if you’re looking for ad-hoc shift work you can join our bank of Nurses / GPs and enjoy above market rates, picking up sessions as and when you’ve the time to carry them out.
If you’re looking for diversity, you’ll be offered the opportunity to work across all of our UCCS, GP Practices and Out-of-Hours services; creating your own portfolio, built around your interests and availability.
Being clinically managed also means we can develop paths for Nurses looking for career progression. We also regularly run educational events, peer to peer learning sessions and of course you’ll be supported by our network of over 200 Nurses.
- NMC qualified RGN Nurse (You must be eligible to work in the UK as a Nurse)
- Experience working in UCC's
It is expected that your application (likely on your CV) contains the following information:
- An accurate account of your employment history including length of service in each appointed position.
- Details of any qualifications you hold and professional registrations relevant to this position.
- Contact details of at least two referees covering a minimum of the past three years of employment - where possible
- 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
- 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 appraisal
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.