Paediatric Nurse (Band 5)

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    London, UK

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    £35K - £40K per annum DOE

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    Paul Marsden

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    4 months ago

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Paediatric Nurse (Band 5), London

£35K - £40K per annum DOE


We are looking for positive and experienced Paediatric Nurse in the area of London to work for an exceptional charity who provide children, young people and families with a safe and positive environment in everything they do. This is more than just a job.


Our client, a registered charity, specializes in providing high-quality palliative and complex care for children up to 19 years old in a warm loving haven where they can make as many amazing memories whilst having access access to essential medical support. As a Paediatric Nurse you will help to provide creative therapy and music sessions, as well as memorable days out for the children and their families.


The role is only a short walk from the Docklands Light Railway (DLR). It may also be commutable from the Ilford, Barking, Dagenham, and Stratford areas of London.


There are some fantastic benefits too:

  • Full-time hours, shifts including days, nights and weekends;
  • Brilliant training and development opportunities in a supportive environment;
  • Flexible working hours and unsocial hours benefits;
  • Employee Assistance Programme;
  • Free Car Parking on site;
  • Excellent transport links.

Your responsibilities as a Paediatric Nurse will include.

  • To be responsible for the assessment, planning and delivery of care to children and young people;
  • To work as a member of the hospice care team providing a holistic package of care;
  • To take responsibility for the care of named children during the working shift;
  • To develop play and recreational activities with the assistance of the Play Specialist and provide appropriate stimulation for the children;
  • To supervise nutritional intake and ensure dietary requirements are met;
  • To work in partnership with families to assess;
  • To take appropriate action in relation to any safeguarding issue.


Essential experience

  • Knowledge and experience for caring for children and families with complex health needs;
  • Ability and willingness to work towards care of children with tracheostomies, ventilator dependent children, children on syringe drivers, complex symptom management plans, children with central lines;
  • Ability to communicate sensitively.

If you are excited by this amazing job opportunity, we would love to hear from you. We are proud to recruit for the Social Care Sector and when you click on apply, one of our friendly careers advisors will contact you to discuss this in more detail. We only employ experts, so you can always rely on us to look after you during your career change.