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Working in A&E department is a challenging, satisfying and highly rewarding job. If you want to help and care for people requiring A&E care, look no further than Nursing Personnel to find the best placements in A&E. As a leading nursing agency, we possess the experience and expertise to offer a wide variety of A&E nursing jobs throughout the UK.

If you have the right skills and knowledge, our consultants will guide you to find a suitable position in temporary or permanent nursing A&E roles. We follow strict NHS recruitment guidelines and code of conduct and as a result we have the best jobs on offer in accident and emergency. We are a leading NHS nursing agency and can offer some of the best A&E pay rates across the UK.

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A & E Nurse Vacancies

A&E departments are fast-paced and exciting areas to work in for NHS medical nurses . Our nursing agency has a range of RGN jobs in Birmingham, London, Manchester and Southampton.

A&E Jobs in Birmingham Queen Elizabeth

About A & E Nurses

What does working as an A&E nurse involve? Below is a short summary of what is involved when working as an Accident and Emergency Nurse:

Assess patients, plan and implement care in the Accident and Emergency Department Carry out nursing procedures Always working within codes of practice and professional guidelines

As always, within the Healthcare sector there are some essential requirements you must hold in order to work as an A&E nurse, these are:

Must be registered on the appropriate part of the NMC register for the role Be RN1/RN2/RN8 qualified Hold experience in Intermediate life support

There are also several experiences and skills required when working as an A&E nurse, we have summarised these below for you. When registering with MPP, we can provide you with the full job specification and discuss this in detail with you at interview stage.

  • You must have at least 1 years' experience of working within an A&E department, currently or within the past 6 months, this must be evidence based practice.
  • Good interpersonal skills are a key requirement in this role, you will need to have the ability to relate with the interdisciplinary team and across disciplines and agencies.
  • Excellent communication skills - written, non verbal and verbal are needed.
  • Record keeping skills are vital. The A&E environment can be extremely stressful and all kinds of situations can occur.
  • Being a self motivated person is vital here, you will need to use your own initiative and have the confidence to make your own decisions whilst occasionally supervising junior staff and students.
  • You must be competent in clinical nursing, including IV Cannulation, IV Additives and administration of IV medicines.
  • You will also be able to use patient equipment including infusion devices.
  • You must be competent in life support and wound care.

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