Spire Healthcare is the second largest private hospital provider in the UK, with 39 hospitals and 13 clinics nationwide. The company is built on a heritage of almost 30 years’ experience running successful private hospitals and offers a full range of integrated surgical, medical and diagnostic services.
Spire Hartswood Hospital is a 49 bed hospital with 4 theatres and offers a comprehensive range of services and facilities including Spire Specialist Care Centre in Chelmsford. This is a brand new cancer center delivering care for cancer patients receiving chemotherapy and radiotherapy and all manner of supportive care. It is part of a network of over 20 cancer treatment sites across Spire Healthcare.
Our vision is to be recognised as a world class healthcare business bringing together the best people who are dedicated to developing excellent clinical environments and delivering the highest quality patient care.
You will form part of an already established, professional, friendly theatre team, provide and maintain a high quality of perioperative care for patients undergoing in-patient & day case surgery.
To support the management and organisation of care provision in the operating theatre.
To confidently undertake theatre practitioner responsibilities;
Assess patient’s health and well being across a complex and changing caseload.
Assist in the delivery of care to meet patient’s health and wellbeing.
Provide and receive complex, sensitive or contentious information.
Develop own knowledge and skills and that of others.
Promotes best practice in health and safety and security.
Assist in maintaining and developing services.
Contribute to quality improvement.
Promote people’s equality, diversity and rights
Apply technology for measurement, monitoring and treatment.
Acknowledge the risk of Healthcare Associated Infections (HCAI) and understand own responsibility as agreed with line manager in the prevention and control of HCAI.
Experience: Previous Theatre practitioner experience in one or more specialism, enabling you to provide exemplary planned care for patients requiring operative procedures which could include day case, minor op’s or major surgery within your area of expertise & experience.
Knowledge & Technical Ability; Post registration professional development related to work area
Behaviours; flexible, adaptable, good team player, enthusiastic & able to fit into a small team
Hours – either Full or Part time (no less than 42 hours per month)
Shift pattern - worked over 4 – 5 days per week, one of which is a Saturday (07.30 – 16.30) though this will be alternate weeks
This role has an on call commitment up to weekly
Salary – up to £31,551 pro rata dependant on experience
We commit to our employees well-being through training, support and reward. We offer employees a market competitive basic salary and bonus opportunity as well as a comprehensive benefits package which includes:
Contributory pension scheme
Private medical cover
Cycle to work gym membership
Transport season ticket loans
Free on-site parking
25 days annual leave
All applications for this vacancy should be received by Friday 19th May 2017.
An enhanced disclosure from the Disclosure and Barring Service or Disclosure Scotland will be applied for in the event of a successful application.
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