Clinical Nurse Uk Visa Sponsorship Available

June 26, 2024
£43.7 - £50.1 / year

Job Description


Job overview

An amazing opportunity exists for a Clinical Nurse Specialist in Stoma Care to join our well-established, friendly, and innovative team.

We are looking for an experienced and highly motivated candidate with experience in stoma care and colorectal surgery. You will have good communication and organising abilities, as well as the ability to work effectively and independently within a small team. In this role, you will work with the Colorectal MDT, other specialty teams, and wards to provide expert stoma care, promote improved recovery, and assist patients with colorectal disorders. You will provide stoma care to children and adults, providing a smooth service pathway, safe discharge, and continuous support through nurse-led clinics. You will also participate to departmental research, quality improvement programmes, and education trust delivery on a nationwide scale.

You must have at least two years of experience working in digestive disorders and a minimum of 12 months as a stoma or colorectal Clinical Nurse Specialist/support nurse.

If you are interested in joining this prestigious specialist team, please apply for this position.

Informal visits are welcome.

Main responsibilities of the job

The position holder is an acknowledged expert in the field, in charge of assessing, creating, and implementing specialised nursing care initiatives.

Responsible for providing specialist advice, assistance, and liaison with other staff members, as well as delivering specialist education and training to employees throughout the East of England region.

Responsible for implementing a clearly defined integrated strategy to patient care that incorporates evidence-based care.

Required to do research and lead clinical audits in their particular speciality area.

Able to travel between hospitals to promote outreach and education.

To use time effectively to meet service needs.

Working for our organisation.

Join us as a Nurse

The Cambridge University Hospitals (CUH) NHS Foundation Trust is one of the largest teaching trusts in the UK. It includes Addenbrooke’s Hospital and the Rosie Hospital. We provide accessible, high-quality healthcare to the Cambridge community, as well as regional and national specialty services. It’s an excellent environment to breastfeed, work, and live.

You will work on a lively hospital campus with a welcoming community atmosphere; we have excellent facilities for honing your skills and abilities to help your career path and development. Our values of Together – Safe, Kind, and Excellent underpin the delivery of exceptional care. We have a fully electronic patient record system that is boosting health-care quality by transforming services, increasing patient safety, and improving clinical outcomes.

CUH is committed to fostering a diverse and inclusive environment in which we may all be ourselves. We value our diversity and completely advocate for and support an inclusive work environment in which everyone can reach their potential. We aim to guarantee that our employees are authentically representative of all of the areas we serve. We welcome applications for all posts within the organisation, regardless of age, handicap, ethnicity, race, nationality, gender identity, sex, sexual orientation, religion or belief, marital and civil partnership status, pregnancy and maternity status, or social economic background.

Detailed job description and primary responsibilities

For a list of important roles and responsibilities, please review the accompanying Applicant Information Pack (which includes a combined job description and person specification).

If you want sponsorship for a Visa to work in the UK, please confirm that you are not applying from a Red list nation. – Code of Practice for International Recruitment of Health and Social Care Personnel in England – GOV.UK (

The closing date is midnight on July 10, 2024.

Interviews will be place on July 22, 2024.

Why pick Cambridge University Hospitals?

  • Our principles and reputation for providing exceptional care
  • Opportunities to experience a variety of specialties.
  • Career and development opportunities
  • A dedicated clinical education support staff provides preceptorship and mentoring courses.
  • Research experience and opportunities.
  • Beautiful location and quality of living.
  • Excellent schools/colleges and transport linkages (road, rail and air).


Benefits to You

We provide development possibilities and a variety of amenities, such as on-site leisure facilities, a shopping concourse, day nurseries and access to a fantastic transport system with quick access to airports and train travel.

Please keep in mind that if you have any further questions about the required hours for this position, you should contact the person listed. In some circumstances, other working hours will be considered.

We accept applications from the armed forces.

Person Specification


Essential criteria

  • Registered Nurse educated to Degree level or prepared to undertake
  • 2 years post-registration experience in digestive illnesses.
  • Post-registration qualification in the specialism
  • Evidence of continual professional improvement.
  • Teaching qualification.
  • Advanced communication skills/counselling qualification or desire to engage in
  • Post-registration Stoma course

Desirable requirements.

  • Research Module.
  • Master’s Degree
  • Advanced Clinical Assessment Course.
  • Paediatric Stoma Course
  • Advanced Stoma Course


Essential criteria

  • Significant relevant specialty expertise, as well as the ability to exhibit superior nursing skills.
  • Accept personal accountability for your own actions.
  • Experience with formal and informal teaching.
  • Experience with initiating change.


Essential criteria

  • Understanding of evidence-based practices.
  • Understanding Clinical Governance.
  • Understand patient routes, their intricacies, and how to support the patient through them.


Essential criteria

  • Effective verbal and written communication skills.
  • Capable of contributing as a key member of a small team.
  • Adaptable to changing circumstances due to workload and colleagues’ requirements.
  • Ability to instruct both staff and patients.
  • Leadership abilities.
  • Ability to work independently and handle one’s own workload; excellent time management.
  • Effective interpersonal skills.
  • Capable of leading practice developments.
  • Commitment to transdisciplinary collaboration.
  • Demonstrate analytical and judging abilities.
  • Ability to immediately assess the situation and act accordingly.

Desirable requirements.

  • Advanced communication skills.

Additional requirements.

Essential criteria

  • Always conduct professionally in accordance with the NMC Code of Conduct.
  • Capable of establishing relationships with different practice areas/academic institutions.
  • The ability to understand and behave consistently with patients, visitors, and colleagues in accordance with the Trust principles of safety, kindness, and excellence.

Desirable requirements.

  • Knowledge of broader concerns relevant to the speciality – political and trust.


Applicants’ requirements

You must hold the necessary UK professional registration.

This position is subject to the Rehabilitation of Offenders Act 1974 (Exceptions) Order 1975 (Amendment) (England and Wales) Order 2020, and a Disclosure Application must be submitted to the Disclosure and Barring Service.

For more information or to schedule an informal visit, contact


Anna Brewer

Job Title

Lead Clinical Nurse Specialist.

Email Address:

Telephone number

01223 216505