Treatment Room Nurse

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External/Internal Opportunities Treatment Room Nurse ( Ref. 174874) Full-time 37 hours per week Permanent Contract Band 5 - Salary Range £30,229 - £37,664 per annum Distant Islands Allowance of £2,256 per annum And Relocation assistance...

External/Internal Opportunities


Treatment Room Nurse (Ref. 174874)

Full-time 37 hours per week

Permanent Contract

Band 5 - Salary Range £30,229 - £37,664 per annum

Distant Islands Allowance of £2,256 per annum

And Relocation assistance of £8,000


Are you are an experienced Qualified Nurse, who is enthusiastic about your role and wants to make a difference? If so we want you to join us working as part of the nursing team delivering care to the population of Shetland in a primary care and community setting.


Working predominantly at the Lerwick Health Centre you will be able to complete treatment room nursing skills for our population. The role of the Treatment Room Nurse is a key member of the practice team. You should be proactive health engagement, health prevention and health management. Be able to provide comprehensive and personalised care to individuals across their lifespan and are directly accessible by the whole practice population


You will be a qualified nurse preferably with post registration Community or Practice Nursing experience. Please note that current NMC registration is essential for this post.  

A commitment to delivering evidenced based care and patient safety is essential. You will work under the direction of the General Practice Nurse within the community nursing team. Being based across community nursing to support Practice Nurses in primary care and the community nursing team when required.


Skills in phlebotomy, ECG, Ear Irrigation, Wound Management, Spirometry, Long Term Condition management would be advantageous but training can be provided. For this post an interest in Respiratory/Asthma/COPD would be advantageous. Full driving license is preferred and a willingness to work autonomously is essential. All these qualities, combined provide a pivotal role within the wider multi-disciplinary practice team which contributes significantly to improving health outcomes and reducing health inequalities. 

 

If you are interested in discussing this post or other opportunities within primary care, please contact Vicky Schofield on 07901327679 or 01595 743630


Closing date: 14th April 2024  

Interviews:   1st May 2024