Sep 5th, 2022
£ 33,706 - 40,588 / Year
The National Health Service was set up in 1948 to provide healthcare for all citizens, based on need, not the ability to pay. It is made up of a wide range of health professionals, support workers and organisations. It is now the largest organisation in Europe and is recognised as one of the best health services in the world by the World Health Organization. NHS is based in Leeds, United Kingdom.
London, United Kingdom

We are seeking skilled, motivated and approachable individuals to work within the existing resuscitation services team.

We are a small, dynamic, friendly team who work closely together and with other specialist teams to provide resuscitation services for all patient groups across the trust’s sites to ensure:

  • staff are well trained and supported
  • safe systems and functional, effective equipment are in place
  • cardiac arrest events that occur within our hospitals are reviewed to celebrate success and identify areas for learning.

We work Monday to Friday between 08:00 – 18:00 and are primarily based at the King’s Mill Hospital site.

  • Developing, planning and delivering resuscitation and deteriorating patient training from basic to advanced level around adults and children.
  • Developing educational materials and e-learning packages for resuscitation linked subjects.
  • Supporting resuscitation equipment procurement, maintenance and use in clinical practice.
  • Daily audit of 2222 calls.
  • Audit of all cardiac arrest events and reporting of data to the National Cardiac Arrest Audit and appropriate trust forums.
  • Quality improvement work based on service feedback and findings of audit data.
  • Responding to adult and paediatric emergency calls as part of the 2222 teams.
  • Liaising with resuscitation champions to provide education and cascade information to clinical areas.
  • Liaising with course instructors to ensure courses have the correct teaching faculty.
  • Supporting staff across the trust during and after cardiac arrest and paediatric emergency events.
  • Collaborating with other trust teams to support service development and improvement linked to resuscitation.

Thank you for your interest in this role.

Sherwood is nationally recognised as being an excellent place to work and deliver care. We are rightly proud of the 5,500 colleagues who work here and we are the Health Service Journal’s Trust of the Year in 2020.

The Care Quality Commission rated King’s Mill Hospital Outstanding and Newark, and Mansfield Community Hospitals Good. Overall we are rated Outstanding for care.

For the last three years, we have been ranked as the best NHS Trust to work for in the Midlands and in 2020 we were the third best Acute/Community NHS Trust in England.

Happy colleagues deliver better care. Our teams work in a supportive, inclusive environment, which nurtures wellbeing and has opportunities for development and progression. We do not just care for our patients, we also care for you.

We would love you to join us.

To see the full detailed job description and main responsibilities of the job please refer to the job description attached.

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