We are seeking a dedicated and enthusiastic Operating Theatre Anaesthetic Practitioner to join our client's busy team at their acute hospital site, based in leafy surroundings in the cathedral city of Exeter, Devon, not far from the rugged Devon coast.
This is a full-time role; our client would be open to hearing from practitioners seeking to negotiate a part-time hours opportunity, but rigid roistering cannot be accommodated.
Our client is a key large provider of independent healthcare in the UK. Working with many of the South-West’s most experienced consultants and a broad spectrum of healthcare specialists, this centre of excellence delivers a high standard of inpatient care supported by state-of-the-art equipment.
RGN or ODP with full registration with the NMC or HCPC
Typically at least one year's experience in Operating Theatres; may also consider capable graduate Operating Department Practitioners with seeking to develop further into the Anaesthetic role.
RGN applicants must hold an appropriate Anaesthetic qualification.
Besides a highly professional work environment, the additional benefits of working for this company include:
- Up to 30 days paid holiday
- Paid sick leave of up to 13 weeks, depending on length of service
- Private medical cover, including dental
- Company pension scheme
- Gym membership, for you and your partner
- Critical illness cover
- Life assurance cover
- Childcare vouchers
- Lifestyle screening
We are a leading healthcare recruitment partner with particular expertise in the placement of the full range of Operating Theatre staff. As a nurse-led consultancy, our detailed understanding of the complexity and interdependency of theatre roles has placed us in an excellent position to match your skills with the specific requirements of our Theatre Recruiting Managers.
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