Band 7 Sister/Charge Nurse-Urgent Care |£39174 - £45419 per annum + Private Health Cover, Season ticket Loan
Nursing & Care
General Nursing

Sister/Charge Nurse-Urgent Care

37.5 hours per week

Salary – £39,174 – £45,419

Job Outline:

As a Sister/Charge Nurse at our Urgent Care Centre, you will responsible for leading the management of the Urgent Care Centre services within the hospital, providing a visible and authoritative presence in a clinical setting, providing clinical leadership within defined areas by acting as a positive role model, who practices evidence based care and to ensure high standards of clinical care.

Key Responsibilities:

  • To demonstrate good clinical practice at all times and to be accountable for own actions.
  • Assess, plan and deliver evidence based care, based on individual patient and family needs.
  • To develop sound clinical leadership and act as a role model for junior staff.
  • Prioritising workload and directing staff accordingly.
  • To make efficient use of resources and ensure all revenue is captured
  • Regularly deputise for Matron, providing management and leadership in her absence.
  • Management of a team of nurses on a shift to shift basis
  • Handle complaints appropriately and refer to senior staff as needed
  • Promote good communication channels amongst staff enhancing good teamwork
  • Evaluate care of the team and ensure standards are met.
  • Respect and ensure patient privacy and confidentiality ensuring as a chaperone required
  • Support and act as role model for junior staff, and assists in ensuring a comprehensive learning environment acting as a mentor/supervisor in the clinical setting, assisting with setting competencies as required.
  • Ensure equipment is in good working order.
  • To maintain clear, concise contemporaneous records in accordance with HCA and NMC guidelines and policy
  • Responsible for the control storage and administration of drugs.
  • Been involved with audits/projects to improve the service as required
  • Monitor the unit and assist in developing new pathways/ protocols in line with NICE/ DOH guidelines and hospital policy.

Essential Skills:

  • Registered Nurse Level 1
  • Experience/Qualification in AAU or A&E
  • UKCC Registration and Validation requirements
  • 2 years post registration experience
  • ILS trained, ALS desirable
  • Mentorship course desirable
  • Phlebotomy/ cannulation training desirable
  • Knowledge of relevant Hospital Policies and Procedures

If you are interested or would like to receive more information please contact me on 0208 364 9911 and choose option 4 and ask for Yasin Miah or email Yasin on

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