LORN & ISLANDS HOSPITAL
£23,113 - £29,905 PRO RATA
An excellent opportunity has arisen for a dynamic, highly motivated nurse with excellent communication and interpersonal skills to work in Ward B, Lorn & Islands Hospital, Oban, Argyll.
Candidates for this post should have proven post registration experience at Band 5 in acute general medical field, HDU and CCU experience an advantage.
The applicant should be enthusiastic with regards to enhancing their skills and sharing their knowledge. ALS course is desirable but not essential and can be offered to suitable successful candidates.
Applicants must show evidence of continued professional development. Newly qualified staff will be offered a development pack.
Ward B is a 20 bedded ward comprising of 14 acute general medical beds with a 6 bedded High Dependency Unit, which deals with a variety of surgical & predominately medical patients.
Lorn & Islands Hospital is a well equipped hospital situated in Oban on the stunning west coast of Scotland. Ferry links can transport you easily to Mull or the more distant islands of Iona, Barra & Tiree.
This is an area of outstanding natural beauty with countless leisure activities, good schools with small class sizes, excellent housing and a strong sense of community.
The main centres of Glasgow, Stirling and Inverness are all within easy reach for a greater variety of shopping & cultural experiences.
Informal enquiries, please contact Kate Stewart on 01631 789080 or email email@example.com
For more information about the area of Argyll you can visit the Argyll & Bute Council website: http://www.argyll-bute.gov.uk/discover
Application packs are available from Resourcing Team, People & Change Department, NHS Highland, Argyll & Bute, Aros, Lochgilphead, Argyll, PA31 8LB
- Tel 01546 606788 (24 hour answering machine service)
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