Senior Staff Nurse
Band 6 Senior Staff Nurse
Children’s Ward, Queen Mary’s Hospital for Children
Queen Mary’s Hospital for Children has recently been rated by the Care Quality Commission as ‘Good’ in all five of the main domains of safe, effective, caring, responsive and well-led, giving an us overall rating of ‘Good’ as well as being given great feedback from the London Healthy Partnership peer review.
We recognise that our team members are our greatest asset – it’s their hard work and effort that really makes a difference. That’s why we encourage our staff to fulfil their full potential. We’ll do everything we can to support you, along with offering excellent learning and development opportunities.
Do you want to develop professionally within Paediatric Nursing?
The Children’s Ward in Queen Mary’s Hospital for Children is a dedicated paediatric ward catering for children, young people and their families. It has 18 beds and cares for a range of children (0-16 years) with a variety of conditions including medical, child and adolescent mental health, surgical and orthopaedic conditions. We also provide high dependency care such as high flow oxygen therapy. We have strong links with the tertiary centres in London and work closely with our own community teams.
You will be a motivated and enthusiastic Children’s Nurse (RNC / RSCN) with post-registration experience in acute paediatrics.
You will be joining a friendly, hardworking and dedicated team.
We are looking for individuals:
Who are highly motivated with excellent communication, leadership and team building skills.
Who wish to maintain high standards of care and be part of a team that delivers an excellent quality service to our patients and their families.
Who wish to develop their career and believe in life long learning.
Who wish to take advantage of generous opportunities for further study and development.
We can offer you: -
A real commitment to your personal and professional development. Supported through clinical supervision, personal development plans and generous study leave.
A breadth of experience and a culture defined by exceptional team work.
An environment where staff are valued supported and the unique contribution of individual staff is recognised.
Epsom and St Helier NHS Trust has excellent educational links with St Georges Hospital, Medical and Nursing faculties, Kingston and South bank Universities and this enables us to offer extensive professional development opportunities.