Registered Nurse Visa Sponsorship Uk

May 18, 2024
£35.0 - £42.6 / year

Job Description




We are seeking a registered nurse to join our established ward team. Someone who is passionate about giving excellent care to our patients.

Sheldon unit is a 23-bed medical unit focusing in rehabilitation and elderly care.

We are dementia friendly on Sheldon, and our charming poppy lounge allows residents to relax and recollect. We have an activity coordinator and a discharge coordinator on our staff.

Our goal is to provide world-class patient care, and we need skilled, motivated, and enthusiastic individuals to help us achieve it.

**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.

Providing expert nursing care in a multidisciplinary setting to ensure personalised and effective treatment is provided.

Helping to maintain a positive team atmosphere and high nursing care standards. Within the specialist section, serves as a resource in the areas of aged care and rheumatology. Empowering junior workers to attain the greatest possible level of clinical skills and facilitating communication across all care groups

Using the ward’s resources to encourage excellence in practice while also promoting and expediting quality concerns related to service delivery.

The Robert Jones and Agnes Hunt Orthopaedic Hospital (RJAH) is one of the country’s premier specialty orthopaedic hospitals, with some of the highest levels of staff and patient satisfaction, as well as a strong commitment to innovation. We collaborate as a team of over 1,600 skilled staff members to make a difference for our patients and their families.

Our most recent CQC Report was published in February 2019 and graded us as ‘Good’ overall and ‘Outstanding’ for care.

Whether you’re just starting out in your career or have a wealth of experience, we’re always searching for exceptional candidates in a variety of clinical, support, and administrative roles.

Everyone who joins RJAH receives a variety of wonderful employee benefits, including access to cutting-edge facilities and exceptional professional development opportunities.

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

Shropshire is arguably one of the most appealing sections of the country, boasting a rich historical culture and great transit links. The hospital is located close outside 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.

Be accountable and responsible for their own nursing practice, and take advantage of every reasonable opportunity to maintain and develop their knowledge and professional competence.

Responsible for delivering patient-centered care. Maintaining professional knowledge and clinical abilities in the fields of medicine and rheumatology while providing direct patient care. The position holder must be able to manage periods of moderate physical exertion during the shift worked.

Assist the ward manager in providing clinical and professional guidance, expertise, support, practice development, and performance monitoring.

Keep up with current political issues in the NHS and future nursing developments.

To provide leadership to all employees while encouraging a culture of positive and successful teamwork.

Assess care needs, requesting medical assistance as needed, and developing appropriate care plans for the patient, executing and assessing care during admission and in preparation for safe discharge. Supported by written evidence.

To deliver high-quality nursing care based on a thorough assessment of the patient’s needs, in collaboration with their families and the multidisciplinary team.

To continuously review the quality of care provided and re-assess the patient’s needs on a regular basis, in cooperation with the patient, other carers, and the multidisciplinary team, in order to effect the necessary changes to meet planned goals.

Collaborate with other professionals to provide comprehensive patient care.

Prepare well-planned discharges with adequate follow-up, while maintaining efficient communication with the family, Trust Allied Health Professionals, and community resources.

Maintain a patient/client-centered approach to care.

Ensure that the patient’s family, carers, and staff have their customs, values, and spiritual beliefs respected. To uphold the Trust’s Diversity and Equal Opportunities Policy.

Ensure the protection of the patient’s things.

Providing and receiving complex or sensitive patient information, as well as dealing with confrontations in which you can reassure, calm, and diffuse tough circumstances.

Provide advice on health promotion problems that are within the scope of your own profession.

Identify the patient’s, relatives’, and staff’s learning needs and, in cooperation with the Ward Manager, design and administer education to satisfy those needs.

Facilitates and maintains patient records to ensure that information is correct and up to date for future reference, in accordance with the Data Protection Act and NMC Patient Record Keeping Guidelines, and produces care plans to ensure that patients receive appropriate care.

To be able to properly manage time, ensuring that patients are prepared for planned treatments and that employees take adequate breaks during the workday and finish on time.

Ensure the safe delivery of medicines via the prescribed route in accordance with national and Trust requirements.

Assist the Ward Manager in ensuring that the ward environment fulfils the required standards, collaborating with all health care specialists.

The ability to utilise and recharge intravenous drug administration pumps, including recognising early indicators of a drug reaction and taking appropriate measures.

Frequent provision of patient care necessitates the utilisation of physical effort to roll, manoeuvre, and stand patients. Use manual handling equipment and training on the ward to reduce physical strain and ensure patient safety. Annual manual handling training is required.

Frequent treatment of waste bodily fluids to ensure proper disposal.

Participate in a yearly review with the Ward Manager to establish personal goals for your professional growth plan.

Attend annual required training to ensure compliance with Trust policy and current legislation.

Attend relevant in-house training programmes that are related to own clinical practice, to develop knowledge and skill, maintain competences.