ANNPs

Summary

We need advanced neonatal nurse practitioners (ANNPs) for temporary, last minute placements in NHS and private hospitals across England and Wales. You’ll need to work to our high standards and in return you’ll receive full professional support from us.

Requirements

A valid NMC Pin

Child Protection Training (Level 3)

Evidence of Masters (MSc) in Advanced Clinical Practice

Evidenced completion of V300 prescribing course

5 years' post-registration experience, including two years working at a senior level

The ability to work across neonatal units, maternity services and neonatal transport

The ability to provide medical rota cover, hold the emergency bleep and participate in clinical ward rounds

A minimum of 2.5 years’ experience as an ANNP in the last 3 years

A willingness to work to our company expectations

Do you meet the requirements?

Thornbury nurses benefit from:

High rates of pay

Paid NMC fees

Travel expenses reimbursed

Flexible shift patterns

Free annual flu voucher

Access to voluntary training

24/7 nurse led telephone support

High rates of pay

Paid NMC fees

Travel expenses reimbursed

Flexible shift patterns

Free annual flu voucher

Access to voluntary training

24/7 nurse led telephone support

Thornbury nurses benefit from: High rates of pay

Thornbury nurses benefit from: Paid NMC fees

Thornbury nurses benefit from: Travel expenses reimbursed

Thornbury nurses benefit from: Flexible shift patterns

Thornbury nurses benefit from: Free annual flu voucher

Thornbury nurses benefit from: Access to voluntary training

Thornbury nurses benefit from: 24/7 nurse led telephone support

Thornbury nurses benefit from: High rates of pay

Thornbury nurses benefit from: Paid NMC fees

Thornbury nurses benefit from: Travel expenses reimbursed

Thornbury nurses benefit from: Flexible shift patterns

Thornbury nurses benefit from: Free annual flu voucher

Thornbury nurses benefit from: Access to voluntary training

Thornbury nurses benefit from: 24/7 nurse led telephone support

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