About the role:
As a Recovery Theatre Practitioner, you will be working in a clinical and service development capacity to ensure the service to patients is planned, delivered, and evaluated in line with evidence-based practice. Working closely with the multi-disciplinary team to help create and maintain a robust service whilst seamlessly incorporating other centre services.
Your main responsibilities as a Recovery Theatre Practitioner:
- Help to control cross infection by observing departmental policy regarding dress, the maintenance of a clean working environment, decontamination and sterilisation procedures and asepsis
- Develop and maintain effective working relationships with consultants and other health professionals and to ensure that prescribed treatment is carried out
- Operating Department Practitioner/Registered Nurse qualified
- Post graduate course (nursing) and experience in Recovery Theatres
- Current HCPC/NMC Registration
- 25 days holiday each year (plus bank holidays) increasing with service, with option to buy or sell leave
- Private Healthcare Insurance for treatment at our leading hospitals
- Private pension contribution which increases with length of service
- Group Life Assurance from day one
- Critical illness cover
- Enhanced Maternity and Paternity pay
- Corporate staff discount for all facilities and more!
- Knowledgeable, dedicated and vastly experienced Permanent Team with longstanding professional relationships with multiple clients
- Access to exclusive vacancies through our numerous Master Vendor trusts across the country
- Vacancies outside of NHS Rate caps with our private sector agreements
- Access to International roles outside of England and the United Kingdom
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Disclaimer: We are unable to support or accept applications from candidates who are residents within the Red or Amber list of the Code of practice for the international recruitment of health and social care personnel in England, based on the World Health Organisation (WHO) Workforce Support and Safeguard List.