Neonatal nurse jobs
We need neonatal intensive care (NICU) nurses for temporary, last minute placements in NHS 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.
- A valid NMC Pin
- A willingness to work to our company expectations
- A minimum of 12 months experience in the last 18 months
- The ability to work with Level 2 / Level 3 babies who are ventilated
- Evidenced completion of Child Protection Training (Level 3)
Neonatal nurse roles with Thornbury Nursing Services
Thornbury Nursing Services has urgent neonatal nurse vacancies across England and Wales. We require experienced neonatal nurses to care for newborns in hospital NICUs and other neonatal care units.
Our neonatal nurse jobs are available in NHS hospitals, private clinics, and other healthcare settings with dedicated newborn care units. Register today if you meet our criteria and want access to excellent compensation and benefits.
Requirements for our neonatal nurse positions
Thornbury Nursing Services neonatal nurses maintain high care standards even when taking last-minute shift assignments. We recruit professionals committed to delivering exceptional neonatal care.
Before applying, please ensure you have the requirements above to align with our neonatal care standards for a smooth application process.
What does a neonatal nurse do?
Working as a neonatal nurse with Thornbury, your day-to-day tasks may include:
- Monitoring and managing the vital signs of premature or critically ill newborns, including temperature, heart rate, and breathing
- Administering medications and treatments as prescribed by physicians
- Providing feeding support to newborns who may have difficulties nursing or require specialised feeding methods
- Collaborating with a multidisciplinary team, including neonatologists, paediatricians, and other healthcare professionals, to develop and implement comprehensive care plans for each infant
- Educating and supporting families on neonatal care practices, including feeding techniques, monitoring infant growth and development, and addressing any concerns or questions
- Performing specialised procedures, such as placing intravenous lines or assisting with respiratory support equipment
- Ensuring a sterile and safe environment for newborns to minimize the risk of infection or complications
- Providing emotional support to families during what can be a stressful and emotionally challenging time
Why work as a neonatal nurse with Thornbury?
As a leading nursing agency, we help you find rewarding newborn care roles across England and Wales. Our neonatal nurses receive:
- Highly competitive salaries
- Reimbursement of NMC registration fees
- Coverage of travel expenses
- Free yearly flu vaccination
- 24-hour support line
- Access to exclusive professional development opportunities
Once registered, you’ll our Quick Nurse platform to easily find and select neonatal nurse shifts that fit your schedule and preferences, whether part-time or full-time.
Where we’re recruiting for neonatal nurses
We’re on the lookout for neonatal nurses to work across England and Wales, in most large regions, along with smaller towns and communities where needed.
Regardless of where you work with us, you’ll have your travel expenses reimbursed – we believe that you shouldn’t have to pay to get to a place of work, so we’ll always cover travel costs.
Register with us today to get started working with us and find your next role as a neonatal nurse.
Frequently asked questions
You’ll need a minimum of 12 months experience in the last 18 months, working in an intensive care setting (general, cardiac, neuro or burns).
We have shifts across England and Wales. Just use the Quick Nurse app to browse based on your location and you will instantly find the closest shifts available.
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