JOIN US AS AN EMERGENCY NURSE
Are you an experienced Nurse who wants to deliver the highest quality care possible?
Does developing your education and competencies enabling you to reach your true potential sound appealing?
There really has never been a better time to join us! Exciting work is currently underway at both Scunthorpe and Grimsby Hospitals to develop brand new state of the art Emergency Departments. In addition, we are also excited to launch our new and innovative career progression pathways. These clearly defined pathways, which are in alignment and set against the RCN and NMTNG frameworks offer fantastic education and career development opportunities for those with an appetite for innovation, change and self-improvement.
As a Trust we recognise how emergency nursing has significantly developed over the last 20 years. Working as an ED nurse every hour is different with varying levels of acuity throughout your day. ED Nurses are expected to possess not only a vast breadth and depth of knowledge but also the clinical skills and competencies to deliver safe, high quality care in a highly pressured environment. We recognise that it is our duty to ensure that all ED nurses are appropriately supported, and by having access to an excellent framework for education helps to deliver the highest quality care possible.
Our ED nurses are truly passionate and proud of their Team; with team work at the heart of everything they do. If you are an experienced nurse with interest in all areas of Emergency Nursing and would love to thrive in a supportive, highly motivated and fast paced team then we would love to hear from you!
Contact us today to find out what exciting opportunities await you!
|£24,907 – £30,615 per annum||Permanent||Scunthorpe|
We value the importance of our clinical staff, not just because of their knowledge and experience but also because of the way they shape our future services.
At Northern Lincolnshire and Goole NHS FT an ED nurse is more than just a nurse – you’ll be a role model, a teacher, a leader and a catalyst for improvement.
As such, we’ll invest heavily in your continued development and offer you all the support you’ll need. We offer a range of benefits to further reinforce our offer and make your start with us that little bit more comfortable. These include:
- Relocation allowance of up to £4,000
- A full on-boarding service offering assistance with finding accommodation, registering with schools, opening bank accounts and providing information about the area
- Clearly defined Career Pathway for ED Nurses in alignment with RCN and NMTNG Competency Framework.
The Trust is conveniently positioned in close proximity to a number of major UK cities and is on the doorstep of the beautiful Lincolnshire Wolds. House prices can hugely impact on the quality of life for people moving to the area. With housing and living costs well below the national average, you’ll enjoy a higher disposable income, leaving more for some of life’s luxuries.
The area also benefits from some of the country’s best grammar schools, including Caistor Grammar in Market Rasen, King Edward VI Grammar in Louth and Queen Elizabeth’s High School in Gainsborough.
For further details please contact:
Karen Ayscough, Ward Manager on 03033 302390
The North Lincolnshire district is a mixed industrial and rural community. In addition to the main centres of Scunthorpe the area has many picturesque market towns and villages, including Brigg and Barton which are small market towns concerned with light industries and agriculture. The remaining population is in a mainly farming rural area which extends into the attractive Ancholme Valley and the gently sloping hills of the Lincolnshire Wolds, which have been designated as an area of outstanding natural beauty, with extensive beaches along the coastal strip. These make North Lincolnshire the ideal destination for walkers and cyclists.
Educational facilities in Scunthorpe, and the surrounding area of Lincolnshire, are of a high standard. The house prices in the area are amongst the lowest in the UK. There is a wealth of cultural and sporting activities in the district suitable for most needs. This includes a marina at South Ferriby for sailing in the Humber Estuary, and a number of well-regarded golf clubs.
More information is available from the following websites:
Scunthorpe and the Surrounding Area