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Here is our current list of vacancies. Jobs are deleted after their deadline date has passed and the list is updated at least monthly. Find out when the vacancy list has been updated by joining our update list.

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Advanced Neonatal Nurse Practitioner  15/12/2018

NICU Nurse Band 6  21/12/2018


Advanced Neonatal Nurse Practitioner

NHS Scotland Scottish Ambulance Service

Band 8A

West Team – AfC Band 8A, £42,414 - £50,470 per annum + on call – 37.5 hours (24/7 Shift Pattern)

The Neonatal Transport service forms part of the Specialist Transport and Retrieval Service for Scotland – ScotSTAR. ScotSTAR incorporates the Scottish Neonatal Transport Service, the Scottish Paediatric Retrieval Service, the Emergency Medical Retrieval Service (EMRS) and the Air Ambulance Service. ScotSTAR is managed by the Scottish Ambulance Service and undertakes approximately 3000 transfers per year.

These vacancies will offer ANNP’s with considerable neonatal intensive care nursing expertise the opportunity to join this unique service.

The majority of transfers are done using dedicated road ambulances and due to the geography the team has accrued considerable air transport expertise and utilising fixed wing and rotary wing aircraft. The team is led by a core group of neonatal consultants who support and advise a team of ANNP’s, medical fellows, Senior Charge nurse/Coordinators and transport nurses. The services has incorporated technological advances in neonatal intensive care and has capability for the use of HFOV, NCPAP, inhaled nitric oxide, phototherapy and servo controlled systemic hypothermia during transfers.

Transport experience, although desirable is not necessary as training will be given in all aspects of the post.

Working as part of the neonatal transport team you will provide advanced clinical support and care to the patient during the transport journey from referring site to the receiving unit.

In addition to the clinical role the ANNP will be involved in the following areas:

  • Providing training courses to remote and rural doctors midwives nurses and paramedics
  • Education and training within ScotSTAR and in conjunction with SAS
  • Audit and research
  • Equipment management
  • Service development
  • Clinical governance, safety and safe system development
  • Continuous quality improvement

Closing Date: 15/12/2018

For informal enquiries please contact Ann Marie Wilson, Neonatal Head of Service on 07956257696 or email annmarie.wilson1@nhs. For more information and how to apply please visit the website below.

Email: annmarie.wilson1@nhs.net
Web: www.myjobscotland.gov.uk/emergency-services/scottish-ambulance-service/jobs

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NICU Nurse Band 6         Ref: 339-LMH9933

North Bristol NHS Trust Southmead Hospital

£28050 - £36644 per annum (pro rata for part time)

An exciting opportunity has arisen to join the neonatal team at Band 6 level in one of the largest Trusts in the country. We are looking to expand our established senior nurse team with enthusiastic and dedicated nurses. North Bristol NHS Trust is the largest Trust in the South West region. The neonatal unit has some of best rates of mortality and morbidity in the UK (MBRACCE 2016).

The department of Neonatal Medicine is within the Division of Women’s Health and Care of the Newborn, and provides care for all the 6,000 infants born at Southmead and medical tertiary care for babies in the South West Neonatal Network.

The Neonatal Intensive care unit comprises up to 34 cots of which up to 16 are for intensive care/high dependency. Conventional ventilation, high frequency oscillation and inhaled nitric oxide are all available. Intensive care referrals are accepted from the northern half of the South West Neonatal Network on a shared basis with St Michael’s Hospital, which also provides a local and regional service for neonatal surgery. The majority of extreme preterm infants in the northern part of the South West Neonatal Network are cared for at Southmead. The unit admits approximately 750 babies (>100 babies of <1500g) and undertakes approximately 4500 days of intensive and high-dependency care per year.

Southmead also provides a tertiary service in neonatal neurology and managing babies with post haemorrhagic ventricular dilatation. There are facilities for CT and MRI scanning in the hospital as well as cerebral function monitoring and neurophysiological testing in NICU.

Family integrated care is at the forefront of our ethos and we are working towards the BLISS charter and we have just submitted the stage 1 application for UNICEF Baby Friendly Initiative for neonatal units.

We value nurse education at the unit and have an established practice development team to support and guide our nursing staff.

Bristol is a vibrant multicultural city and home to the famous balloon fiesta.

Please note that if you apply for a position with this Trust, you may be contacted via Trac or via email. This includes invites for job interviews. We therefore recommend that you regularly check your Trac Account and email accounts.

Please note that this job advert will close as soon as sufficient applications have been received. So, if you are interested, please apply for this vacancy as soon as you can.

Closing Date: 21/12/2018

Web: www.jobs.nhs.uk/xi/vacancy/577e87d09d17c75eefce1d7138f86eb9/?vac_ref=915346754

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