This is a great opportunity to work in a small and supportive team at the University of Oxford ‘Testing for COVID-19: Early Alert Service (EAS)’ which has been established across two sites, to ensure that the University remains open to both teach its students and to undertake its renowned world leading research and we believe you may have the skills and expertise that can match this area and would like to offer you to express your interest.
The University’s in-house COVID-19 testing service has been implemented to protect staff and students of the University and colleges, providing rapid access to free testing for those with coronavirus symptoms. The EAS service covers 45,000 students and staff, working in collaboration with the Oxford University Hospitals NHS Foundation Trust to provide a service that aligns to NHS and PHE requirements.
We are looking for qualified, flexible and compassionate nurses with excellent communication skills. Previous experience and knowledge in related speciality will be an advantage. You will be required to work and participate in the delivery of Early Alert Service, in adherence to NHS England, Public Health England and local guidance and advice.
Actively contribute to provision of a high standard and compassionate care in ensuring a positive experience of all service users and stakeholders
Work collaboratively and co – operatively with others to meet the needs of service users.
Who are we looking for?
To apply, all we ask is that you will:
What you will be doing?
You will be working in the Covid-19 Early Alert Service, meaning that you can bring your vital skills to the fight and play your part, where you will:
Placing people at the Heart of the NHS.
If a hospital cannot supply staff on a ward or area, due to increased demand, sickness, or common staff shortages, they need to call upon Bank staff. NHS Professionals works with Trusts to develop a ‘Bank’ of highly skilled workers who want to work flexibly with the NHS.
Registering with NHS Professionals
By registering, you can tackle unfilled shift pressures by supporting last-minute shifts, while receiving several attractive incentives:
If you are looking for a different opportunity and wanting to make a significant contribution whilst working in a small and supportive team to the University of Oxford’s efforts to manage and control COVID-19 please do get in touch.
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