Registered Nurse – Renal Dialysis Unit
Are you an NMC Registered Nurse (General/Learning Disability/Mental Health) seeking an exciting new opportunity to learn specialist skills in renal dialysis nursing? OR are you an NMC Registered Nurse with renal experience, looking to take your next career steps with the worlds largest provider of dialysis products and services?
You may have NHS experience or have worked in the private care sector, but whatever your Nursing background, with the right attitude and aptitude we have an opportunity for you!
What does the role involve?
Being a Dialysis nurse requires commitment and passion along with the skills and competencies to juggle the technical nursing aspect whilst giving holistic care. You will be working autonomously, responsible for the assessment of care needs and the development, implementation and evaluation of care for dialysis patients with chronic kidney disease or acute kidney injury.
Hull Dialysis Unit operates 40 haemodialysis stations, serving up to 185 patients, in partnership with Hull University Teaching Hospitals NHS Trust using only the latest equipment. Nursing is planned at a ratio of 1:4 patients, and you will be supported by HCAs on each shift.
This is a full-time role of 37.5 hours a week. Current days are working various shifts between 6.00am to 10.30pm Monday to Saturday. There is also an out of hours on-call service which you would be required to partake in.
What can we offer you?
Here at Fresenius Medical Care we provide excellent and continuous Training and Development throughout your career, supported by dedicated Clinical Teachers. On joining, you will enrol on our 8 week Fundamental Dialysis Programme, which is accredited by the European Dialysis and Transplant Nurses Association/European Renal Care Association. Thereafter, we continue to provide training and education opportunities which significantly exceed the CPD hours required for NMC revalidation and help take your career to the next level.
We offer a competitive salary UPTO £31,500 – Progression through the pay scale will be underpinned by a Knowledge and Skills Framework (KSF) for each role, allowing employees greater career development potential, aligned to in-house training programmes.
Alongside this we offer a wealth of other fantastic benefits listed below:
No Sunday or Night Shift Working
Company Pension Scheme and Life Assurance
33 Days Holiday (inclusive of 8 days bank holiday) increasing with service
Christmas Day and New Years Day off
Overtime (time and a half after completing full-time hours 150 hours every 4 weeks)
Free Uniform, Tea & Coffee, Flu Vaccine and Christmas Meal
Health Shield – Company Paid Health Cash Plan
Long Service Vouchers
Refer a Friend Scheme (£1000 per referral if successful)
Cycle to Work Scheme
Sponsorship for training where applicable for career development
bhsf RISE – our Health and Wellbeing hub with 24/7 access to GPs and Counsellors
iChoose Employee saving scheme with great discounts including phone contracts
Who is Fresenius Medical Care?
We are the leading provider of dialysis services to the NHS, operating 52 partnership dialysis units that together provide regular dialysis treatment to over 3,800 NHS patients in the UK. We are part of a global company treating over 344,000 patients worldwide across over 4,000 clinics.
We also operate 44 production sites on all continents to provide dialysis products such as dialysis machines, dialysers and related disposables. 1 in every 2 of all dialysis machines used around the globe are manufactured by Fresenius Medical Care and we are the 3rd largest medical devices company in the world.
For more information please visit Fresenius Medical Cares provider website, .
We are a growing and ambitious company who invests in talent and creates an environment where you can grow too. Come on our journey with us, see your skills develop and be rewarded for the exceptional care you give!
Nurse posts will be subject to an enhanced DBS Disclosure
Fresenius Medical Care is an Equal Opportunities Employer
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