We have vacancies open for Registered Nurses at UHBW. You will need to complete a full application giving your education history, NMC registration details, employment history, referee details and supporting information. Please state clearly in your supporting information what your preferred specialty is so we can make sure you are interviewed by the right people. If you have any questions about your application or the application process please email NursingRecruitment@UHBW.nhs.uk. Depending on whether you are Experienced or Newly Qualified please see one of the following links to apply:
Experienced Adult Nurse
Experienced Paediatric Nurse
NQ Adult Nurse
Preceptorship is a period to guide and support all newly qualified practitioners to make the transition from student to registrant. Preceptorship is endorsed by Health Education England (HEE), The Nursing and Midwifery Council (NMC) and The Healthcare Professionals Council (HCPC). At UHBW, our preceptorship is compulsory and is 12 months, from the date you receive your PIN or start a Band 5 role. Preceptorship is designed for Nurses (Adult and Child Field), Midwives and Operating Department Practitioners (ODPs). Our current Preceptorship offer is:
– An allocated Preceptor from day 1, who will support you to successfully complete your Preceptorship.
– The Preceptorship Document; which is a framework to help you identify and evidence your development needs, during your first year of registration.
– Peer Support. UHBW supports a large number of newly qualified practitioners each year.
We recognise that the transition from student to Newly Qualified Practitioner can be challenging. Preceptorship provides an opportunity to settle and develop into your new role. Preceptorship will help you to prepare for your first appraisal and will contribute to your revalidation/re-registration.
Here at UHBW we have a network of specialists working to ensure that employee wellbeing is prioritised and supported. Mental health and physical wellbeing affect every one of us. We are proud to be a Trust that recognise this and encourage colleagues to prioritise their wellbeing. Whether we’re talking about physical or emotional wellbeing; we have resources available. Find out more by contacting the Wellbeing Team at firstname.lastname@example.org