Calling all experienced ODP’s and Theatre Nurses !
Band 6 Scrub Team Leader in Emergency Theatres
Situated in Preston- reported by the Guardian in 2016 to be the best city in North-West England in which to live and work, is the Lancashire Teaching NHS Trusts Royal Preston Hospital.
Our location means we are extremely close to the Lake District, which is the largest National Park in England, and are also relatively near to Manchester and Liverpool city centres. Lancashire also boasts a selection of great schools, as well as good transport links to major cities, including Manchester, London and Edinburgh. Living here you can have the balance of being close to rural areas and large cities, so you can enjoy everything that the North West has to offer.
Lancashire Teaching Hospitals is an ever evolving enviroment and due to the increase of our services we are recruiting to expand our compliment of Scrub Team Leaders in Emergency Theatres. The Team is well established, forward thinking and embraces lifelong learning. We are very fortunate to have an establish 24/7 emergency teams and have a strong, supportive Consultant body and we work as part of an excellent Multidisciplinary Team.
We boast an excellent Education Team and recognise the importance of developing our staff to their full potential. The Trust is a ‘great place to work’ and provides comprehensive support for development opportunities. The Trust also boasts an excellent staff support network, including an extensive staff health and wellbeing service and is committed to investing in a healthy and happy workforce.
Have the experience, leadership qualities and enthusiasm to join our Team? Please apply.
Interviews will be held on Wednesday 24th May 2017
You must have appropriate UK professional registration.
This post is subject to the Rehabilitation of Offenders Act (Exceptions Order) 1975 and it will be necessary for a submission for Disclosure to be made to the Disclosure and Barring Service.
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If you have problems applying, contact
- 01257 247000 (option 1)