If you can bring proven critical care or respiratory skills, here’s your opportunity to build long-term relationships with patients as you support them on the road to independence.
You’ve already proved your critical care or respiratory skills, probably in an ICU/HDU setting. Alternatively, your respiratory skills could have been gained in a care home or similar environment. Either way, we can offer you a more stimulating role that offers real variety. That’s because here, you’ll get the chance to build strong relationships with patients as you experience a diverse mix of critical and longer-term care. What’s more, those patients will be of all ages and have very different needs. In every case, you’ll be helping to create inspiring stories of changing lives.
Whether you’re based in London or Redhill, you can look forward to outstanding training and development pathways. Throughout your time with us, you’ll enjoy the opportunity to broaden your advanced clinical or management skills through a range of courses and programmes. For you, that could mean mentorship training or our own Advanced Respiratory High Dependency Course - a 30 credit, level 6 programme validated through The University of Surrey. What’s important is that we don’t just promise, we deliver. That’s something many of our nurses comment on when we ask them what makes the Lane Fox partnership such a refreshing place to work.
This is absolutely key to the culture at both of our centres: we value the talent, skills, commitment and ideas that every one of our nursing professionals brings – and we want them to play a central role, both in care planning and our development as a unit. So as a vital member of a multi-disciplinary team, you’ll be part of the important conversations, working with those around you to plan out the best course of action for patients and deliver a service that changes lives every single day.
You’ve the ability to react quickly and keep a cool head, whatever’s happening around you. But at the same time, you enjoy getting to know patients and giving them the kind of close, long-term care that they value so much. In other words, you’re not just technically focused, but very much a people person too. As well as that, you love learning and relish the opportunity to develop your respiratory skills and career. We would ideally like people to join us full-time, though we may also be able to accommodate part-time working, depending on our schedules.