Theatre Practitioner - Scrub - London - Permanent

Posted 18 August 2023
Salary £40000 per annum
LocationLondon
Job type Permanent
DisciplineNursing JobsHealthcare assistant
Reference49218-1
Contact NameCandidate Attraction

Job description

Maxxima have recently partnered with one of the UK’s specialist provider of diagnostic and healthcare solutions. We are currently looking for an experienced Theatre Practitioner - Scrub who can provide overall support for the clinical leadership of the service. This post is based in London, which is easily accessible via public transport.

About the role:
As a Theatre Practitioner - Scrub, you will be working in a clinical and service development capacity to create high-quality care and patient experiences that are clinically effective and evidence based. 

Your main responsibilities as a Theatre Practitioner - Scrub:
  • Be part of our close-knit multidisciplinary team
  • Work with leading consultants and like-minded professionals who respect and value what you bring
  • Enjoy a varied caseload with state-of-the-art technology, equipment and facilities
  • Supervise, support and develop junior members of staff
  • Create high-quality care and patient experiences that are clinically effective and evidence based
  • Interact well with colleagues on the ward, understanding that continuity in patient care is key
What we are looking for in a Theatre Practitioner - Scrub:
  • Registered with the appropriate governing body.
  • You have the qualifications and experience that are relevant to your registration, including NMC or HCPC.
  • You will bring post-registration experience, flexibility and excellent communication skills.
  • You’re also a great team worker.
Next steps:
If you are interested to hear more, either hit the APPLY NOW button or reach out to Idris on 07738610693 or Idris.Olalere@maxximagroup.com

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.