Senior Theatre Practitioner

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  • Sector:

    Hospital, Theatre

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  • Salary:

    £40000 - £44500 per annum

  • Contact:

    Sam Chapman

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  • Contact phone:

    020 7193 4003

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  • Published:

    about 1 month ago

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Senior Theatre Practitioner Required in Windsor - Up To £44,500

Location: Windsor
Working Hours: 37.5 per week, Permanent Position
Salary: Up to £44,500 (dependent on experience, training, and qualifications)

Join a leading private healthcare provider with a nationwide network of hospitals and clinics, specializing in more complex surgeries than any other private healthcare provider in the country. My Client, situated in Windsor, is proud to be recognized among the top 5 best big companies to work for in the UK and within the health and social care sector.

We are currently seeking a dedicated Senior Theatre Practitioner to become an integral part of our Theatre department team. This full-time position requires 37.5 hours per week, with a flexible shift pattern.

Key Qualifications and Requirements:

  • Registered Practitioner with NMC or HCPC registration.
  • Post-registration qualification relevant to functional specialty, such as Advanced Scrub Practitioner or Surgical First Assistant qualification (for scrub leads).
  • ENB 998 and/or mentorship course.
  • Approved/recognized anaesthetic course.
  • ILS certification.
  • Orthopaedic skill.
  • Mentorship qualification.
  • ILM3 certification.
  • Previous experience in an acute healthcare environment.
  • Previous experience in managing and leading a clinical team.
  • Experience as a theatre practitioner, with a focus on either ophthalmics or major orthopaedics.

Responsibilities of the Role:

  • Deliver safe and high-quality care for patients during the peri-operative phase of care.
  • Support, coordinate, and actively assist in the management and organization of care within the operating department.
  • Provide planned care for patients during their peri-operative phase by ensuring the delivery of quality patient care through appropriate clinical and managerial leadership.
  • Lead the delivery of patient care during a list or specified period.
  • Ensure adherence to patient safety checks according to policy.
  • Contribute to quality improvement initiatives.
  • Develop and enhance the skills and knowledge of self and others.
  • Promote best evidence-based practice within the scope of practice.
  • Apply legislation, policies, and procedures correctly.

Salary & Benefits:

  • Generous annual leave of 25 days plus bank holidays, increasing to 30 days based on service.
  • Private Pension Scheme
  • Comprehensive Private Healthcare Scheme for our hospitals, covering pre-existing medical conditions
  • Special discounts for Friends & Family at our hospitals
  • Family-friendly policies, with enhanced Maternity, Paternity & Adoption pay
  • Life insurance coverage
  • One paid charity/volunteer day annually
  • Varied rewards and voluntary benefits, including access to a blue light card
  • Complimentary wellbeing services
  • Lucrative High-Value Employee Referral Scheme
  • Recognition programs for employees
  • Cutting-edge training and development opportunities in the industry.
...and much more!

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Job Ref SYS-48979

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