Band 7 Lead Research Nurse

NHS Lothian
28 Jan 2019
29 Mar 2019

Nursing Vacancies

NHS Lothian is Scotland’s second largest health board with a population of some 850,000. The Lothian region is a place of exceptional beauty and contrast, from Edinburgh’s historic skyline to the wonderful surrounding countryside and the coastline of the Firth of Forth.

The Royal Hospital for Children & Young people (RHCYP) has a 150 year history and provides a comprehensive range of services for the local population and nationally. The hospital is due to move in 2019 to a purpose built, state of the art new build within the site of Edinburgh Royal Infirmary.

A number of exciting opportunities have arisen for qualified Paediatric nurses within Children’s Services, RHCYP Edinburgh.

So come and join our expanding and dynamic team in the capital city of Scotland. We offer a wide variety of specialities with great learning opportunities.

Be a part of our flexible and friendly team and make the move with us in 2019. New Hospital, New Opportunities, New You.

Band 7 Lead Research Nurse – Paediatric Haematology Oncology – Ref: CS/2019/006N
Responsible for the clinical research programme within the Paediatric Haematology Oncology Service, providing diagnosis, treatment and care to patients within Lothian and the South East of Scotland. Applicants should be NMC Registered Paediatric nurses with Haematology Oncology experience.
For more information or an informal chat about any of these posts please contact: Julie McGill – Clinical Nurse Manager – T: 0131 536 0021.

Application Form and Job Description (quoting post title and reference number) available by telephoning the Recruitment Answerline on 01786 447488. Closing date: 29th March 2019.