Staff Nurses, Band 5 - Bromley and Orpintgton

Denmark Hill, Bromley and Orpington
Competitive Salary
11 Jan 2021
11 Apr 2021
Acute Care
Job Role
Staff Nurse

Be part of a team that supports each other to be our best for patients. Join Team King’s, and we’ll encourage and enable you to keep growing your skills, experience and knowledge.

About the role

Actively involved in day-to-day patient care, you’ll work with multi-disciplinary team members and liaise with colleagues in other specialities to maintain high standards and ensure the delivery and continuity of evidence-based nursing care. 

As well as providing nursing advice and support to patients, you’ll take part in education and training programmes relating to the needs of patients and their carers and work with other clinical staff to identify and address any knowledge gaps. You’ll also have the opportunity to contribute to departmental research, service development and quality improvement projects.

About you

As a Registered Nurse, you bring clinical experience gained in an acute setting. With a patient-centred approach, you should be able to communicate effectively, and with compassion, to patients and their relatives with different levels of understanding. Adaptable and responsive to changing needs, you have the ability to work on your own initiative as well as being a strong team player. Ideally, you’ll also bring supervision, teaching experience and good leadership skills.

About King’s

King’s College Hospital NHS Foundation Trust is one of the UK’s largest and busiest teaching hospitals. Across our five sites - King’s College Hospital, the Princess Royal University Hospital, Orpington Hospital, Beckenham Beacon and Queen Mary’s Hospital, Sidcup - we provide a full range of high-quality healthcare and specialist clinical services to people across south London and Kent, and from all over the world.  

As a world-class centre of medical research excellence and pioneers in innovative surgical techniques, we’re recognised internationally for our work in many areas, including Stroke and Major Trauma, Liver Disease and Transplantation, Neurosciences, Haemato-oncology, Cardiac and Foetal Medicine.

Why join Team King’s? 

We work together to make a difference in our community and inspire confidence in our care - ensuring that we always put patients first. We also work hard to enable our people to keep aiming higher. So, whatever you want to achieve - pursuing professional development, progressing your career, gaining new knowledge and experience, or simply taking pride in providing world-class care - this is the place for you. 

Every member of Team King’s is important, so we’ll support you to maintain a good work-life balance as well as develop your career. Our attractive employment package includes a range of flexible working opportunities, generous holiday allowance, access to the NHS pension scheme and a range of lifestyle benefits.

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