Registered Nurse Visa Sponsorship Uk

May 30, 2024
£25.1 - £27.6 / year

Job Description




Registered Nurse Associates (Imaging Department) – Band 4

26 hours per week will be worked between 8 a.m. and 8 p.m

An intriguing opportunity exists for an ambitious and dedicated Registered Nurse Associate to join our Radiology team at RJAH. You will provide high-quality treatment with strong interpersonal skills while cultivating outstanding connections with clinicians, allied healthcare professionals, and other members of the multidisciplinary team. You will be a part of the effort to expand the service within your scope of practice.

**Please note that we are unable to support applicants that require OSCE, as the Trust has a distinct and limited application process**.

Applicants from job seekers requiring current Skilled Worker Sponsorship to work in the UK are encouraged and will be reviewed alongside all other applicants. Job searchers should understand that not all positions will be eligible for Skilled Worker Sponsorship. For more information, go to UK Visas & Immigration – GOV.UK.

The Imaging Department performs a variety of interventional treatments, including image-guided joint injections, biopsies, and ablation therapies, as well as routine general anaesthesia lists. As an Imaging Department Registered Nurse Associate, you will assist with these procedures by doing consenting and pre-procedural checks, consulting with the patient and necessary physicians, assisting with sterile procedures, and monitoring and caring for the patient throughout their journey.

You will give nursing assistance in clinical settings, working as part of a team with a flexible approach to service delivery.

The Robert Jones and Agnes Hunt Orthopaedic NHS Trust (RJAH) is one of the country’s leading orthopaedic hospitals, with high staff and patient satisfaction rates, as well as a strong reputation for research and innovation.

Joining RJAH is more than simply a job; we want our employees to have the finest opportunity to succeed in their roles.

We offer a variety of fantastic staff benefits to everyone who joins RJAH, including outstanding professional development opportunities and cutting-edge facilities such as our recently opened £6 million Headley Court Veterans’ Orthopaedic Centre (the first of its kind in the UK).

RJAH has significant connections with a number of universities, including Staffordshire, Keele, Glyndwr, Chester, and Birmingham.

The hospital is located just outside of Oswestry, off the A5. The nearest train station is in Gobowen, about two miles from the hospital. The station is on the Chester to Birmingham line.

We are based in North Shropshire, near the boundary of North and Mid Wales. It is one of the most appealing areas of the country, with a rich historical culture and excellent transportation connections. It provides excellent prospects for anyone who appreciates outdoor activities or wants to build a family.

The post holder is responsible for adhering to the NMC Code’s six platforms.

As an accountable professional

Promoting and preventing poor health

Provide and monitor care.

Working in teams.

Improving safety and quality of care.

Contributing to Integrated Care

2. Accept responsibility for their own professional acts and those outsourced to others.

3. Provide and monitor compassionate, safe, and effective treatment to patients within the practice setting.

4. Constantly monitor the condition and health requirements of those in their care in collaboration with individuals, families, and carers.

5. Participate in continuing evaluations and realise when it is important to refer to others for reassessment.

6. Collaborate with others to promote shared decision-making and to assist persons, families, and carers in managing their own care when appropriate.

7. Demonstrate the knowledge, skills, and competence to conduct a range of nursing procedures and manage equipment in order to meet people’s need for safe, effective, and person-centered care (as per the NMC Standards of competency for registered Nursing Associates 2018).

8. Demonstrate and use knowledge of how and when to escalate to the right professional for expert assistance and guidance.

9. Use health monitoring to show that you can tell whether a person’s condition has improved or deteriorated. Interpret, respond immediately, discuss findings, and escalate as appropriate.

10. Achieve and maintain proficiency in defined mandatory and statutory training; develop and maintain clinical competences, abilities, and knowledge important to clinical practice (e.g., venepuncture, cannulation, ECG, and other applicable activities).

11. After training, demonstrate and possess the knowledge to conduct pre, peri, and post-procedural responsibilities related to radiology interventional procedures.

12. Identify the signs and symptoms of unfavourable contrast media reactions.

13. Administer medications in accordance with local policy and the National Medical Council’s criteria for medicines management.

14. Respond to the concerns of patients, families, and carers as they occur, and take appropriate action.

15. Accept responsibility for completing responsibilities assigned by the chosen line / shift coordinator. This may entail representing the ward at meetings, linking nursing responsibilities, auditing, clinical governance efforts, and supervising and assessing unregistered staff and students.

16. Contribute to the creation of service and quality improvement programmes to improve patient experience and outcomes while also ensuring that standards of care are monitored and maintained within the company.

17. Delegate appropriately to unregistered employees and students.

18. Provide condition-related information to patients and designated relatives/caregivers.

19. Assist with the induction, orientation, and subsequent development of junior personnel on the ward or department.

20. Keep accurate nursing records, ensuring that all documentation is completed correctly and timely.

21. Assist with the sourcing, ordering, and stock management of radiological supplies.

22. Follow organisational policies and procedures.

23. Conduct and record daily patient observations in line with specific patient care, using suitable computer software and/or monitoring equipment.

24. If you haven’t previously, participate in the Preceptorship programme sponsored by The Robert Jones and Agnes Hunt Orthopaedic Hospital NHS Foundation Trust.