Staff Nurse Uk based Sponsorship Available

March 14, 2023
£26.7 - £32.8 / year

Job Description

Job Summary

Sponsorship is available for uk based nurses.

We can help if you are already based in the UK and seeking for a new visa sponsor. We are not currently able to accept applications from outside the United States.

Do you have a passion for palliative care and end-of-life issues? Would you be interested in the chance to practice person-centered care in a setting with a high patient to staff ratio? If so, please get in touch with us!

For our in-patient unit, we are currently hiring both full-time and part-time staff nurses.

It is not necessary to have prior palliative care expertise, but it is necessary to have a passion for providing superb nursing care in a small team.

Using a comprehensive approach, you will evaluate each patient’s unique care needs and create appropriate care plans while giving patients, their families, and caregivers support, guidance, and information. Also, you will use our patient information system to maintain accurate nursing records and assist Nursing Support Assistants as needed.

As a thank you for your interest in this role and in acknowledgement of your qualifications, we are providing a £1,000 welcome bonus.

Main responsibilities of the job

You must be a level one registered nurse interested in honing your skills in a palliative care environment in order to be considered for this position. It would be ideal but not necessary to have prior experience working with patients who are towards the end of their lives or in an oncology context. As a member of a small team, you must be adaptable, a strong team player, and able to work a variety of shifts, including nights, weekends, and holidays.

accountable for determining the appropriate care plans to implement and evaluate the care using a holistic approach in accordance with Isabel Hospice working practices. responsible for assessing the individual care needs of patients.

to keep an eye on the level of care provided while promoting strict standards in line with Isabel Hospice’s rules and the requirements of the Care Quality Commission.

Provide patients, families, and caregivers face-to-face and over the advice line information, advice, and support while being aware of escalation protocols.

Recognize the value of volunteers and collaborate with them to provide care for patients and their families.

Interpersonal abilities that encourage clarity, compassion, empathy, respect, and trust should be displayed.

About us

Since 1982, Isabel Hospice has offered free palliative care to its patients and their families. Through a variety of services, Isabel Hospice offers support and care to people in eastern Hertfordshire who are dealing with life-limiting illnesses.