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If you are looking for an neonatal or paediatric intensive care job we can also arrange for a copy of our printed Infant Grapevine to be sent to you (free of charge in the UK) on a regular basis. This is published bi-monthly and contains all the latest jobs as well as details of neonatal and paediatric study days and conferences. Just fill out our form, or send your mailing address to .

Band 5 Nurses, pre and post QIS training  31/08/2016

Band 6 Senior Staff Nurses  31/08/2016

Paediatric Nurses   30/09/2016


Band 5 Nurses, pre and post QIS training         Ref: 293-51194

Homerton University Hospital NHS Foundation Trust, London

Look at the bigger picture of neonatal nursing in 2016!

The Homerton neonatal unit is a well-established service with a national and international reputation for medical intensive care, research, training and good outcomes. The unit has 46 cots including 16 ITU and eight HD and is one of the busiest units in London and the UK. We are a lead unit for the North East and North Central Neonatal ODN.

We provide medical intensive care and undertake complex managements which include total body cooling, HFOV and nitric. We also provide laser ROP surgery for local and network babies. We care for one of the highest proportions of low birth weight babies in the country and see some of the rarest and most challenging medical cases. Our NICU service offers great opportunities, complex ITU care experience, innovative and exciting developments and a real passion for neonatal nursing for 2016 and beyond. Supporting the babies who come into our unit to achieve their full potential is our priority, along with facilitation of the family within a complex ITU setting and family centred care approach.

We are currently recruiting nurses to join our team. We will support you with every aspect of your role and development, including revalidation and opportunities for project and audit work to develop your career.

We want to help you to look at the “bigger picture”!

If you like a challenge and are looking for a change, please get in touch or apply for the role on the NHS Jobs website.

Closing Date: 31/08/2016

For an informal discussion and further information contact: Jacki Dopran, Senior Nurse, on 0208 510 5555 bleep 377 or Basani Mabyalane, Lead Nurse, on 0208 510 5555 bleep 304. Apply online at the address below.

Web: www.jobs.nhs.uk/xi/vacancy/a935ff0f76ee8a95b8fef3b032cfd809/?vac_ref=914223630

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Band 6 Senior Staff Nurses         Ref: 293-51195

Homerton University Hospital NHS Foundation Trust, London

Look at the bigger picture of neonatal nursing in 2016!

The Homerton neonatal unit is a well-established service with a national and international reputation for medical intensive care, research, training and good outcomes. The unit has 46 cots including 16 ITU and eight HD and is one of the busiest units in London and the UK. We are a lead unit for the North East and North Central Neonatal ODN.

We provide medical intensive care and undertake complex managements which include total body cooling, HFOV and nitric. We also provide laser ROP surgery for local and network babies. We care for one of the highest proportions of low birth weight babies in the country and see some of the rarest and most challenging medical cases. Our NICU service offers great opportunities, complex ITU care experience, innovative and exciting developments and a real passion for neonatal nursing for 2016 and beyond. Supporting the babies who come into our unit to achieve their full potential is our priority, along with facilitation of the family within a complex ITU setting and family centred care approach.

We are currently recruiting nurses to join our team. We will support you with every aspect of your role and development, including revalidation and opportunities for project and audit work to develop your career.

We want to help you to look at the “bigger picture”!

If you like a challenge and are looking for a change, please get in touch or apply for the role on the NHS Jobs website.

Closing Date: 31/08/2016

For an informal discussion and further information contact: Jacki Dopran, Senior Nurse, on 0208 510 5555 bleep 377 or Basani Mabyalane, Lead Nurse, on 0208 510 5555 bleep 304. Apply online at the address below.

Web: www.jobs.nhs.uk/xi/vacancy/162c78f7ec3d76e73c2bccb901079e75/?vac_ref=914223628  

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Paediatric Nurses         Ref: LOTH/GENERIC/B5/RHSC/M789

NHS Lothian

Band 5

Looking For a Career Move? – Bring Your Skills to Edinburgh

Interested in working in a brand new hospital building? Want to use cutting edge technology and benefit from the latest advances in equipment and working practice?

A number of exciting opportunities have arisen for paediatric nurses within the Royal Hospital for Sick Children (RHSC), Edinburgh.

NHS Lothian is Scotland’s second largest health board with a population of circa 800,000. 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 RHSC 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 the autumn of 2017 to a purpose-built, state-of-the-art new build within the site of the Royal Infirmary of Edinburgh.

We warmly invite you to come and join our expanding and dynamic team in the capital city of Scotland. We offer a wide variety of specialties with great learning opportunities. Be a part of our flexible and friendly team and make the move with us in 2017.

New Hospital, New Opportunities, New You.

Applicants should be NMC Registered Paediatric Nurses or qualifying in the coming months of 2016.

We have various vacancies across a number of specialties including oncology, critical care, surgery and medicine.

Closing Date: 30/09/2016

For more information or an informal chat please contact: Lynda Cowie Associate Nurse Director, phone 0131 536 0004. Our Band 5 posts are recruited through the Generic Recruitment Team – 0131 536 1616 option 2. To apply please visit the website below.

Web: www.jobs.scot.nhs.uk

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