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Apheresis Sister Band 6 - Birmingham

Deadline: 25 June 2024

This is an exciting opportunity to join the apheresis team within the Haematology department at University Hospitals Birmingham, who hosts one of the largest adult bone marrow transplant programmes in the UK. The post holder will act as a team member in the delivery of a consistently high standard of nursing practice. He/she will be fully trained in apheresis procedures such as stem cell collection, extracorporeal photopheresis, and collections for CAR-T cell treatment. The post includes being part of the on-call service for haematological emergencies. He / she will deputise for the team leaders and will support the leadership and management of the department with particular emphasis on quality and clinical standards.

Senior Charge Nurse, Borders Macmillan Centre

Deadline: 27 June 2024

The Borders Macmillan Centre, nurse-led SACT facility is based in Borders General Hospital, treating 26-30 people per day, working in closely with onsite haematologists, NHS Lothian Oncologists and wider members of the Cancer Specialist team.

The successful post holder will demonstrate high professional standards, acting as a role model, to manage and lead the SACT team. Working autonomously, clinical decision making and excellent communication skills are essential in managing the safe care and delivery of SACT. The post holder will work in close collaboration with NHS Borders Lead SACT nurse, Nurse Consultant in Cancer and other multi-professionals within the South East Scotland Cancer network region.

Applicants are required to have extensive experience with relevant band 6 or equivalent management experience in a systemic-anti cancer therapy (SACT) environment. Excellent skills in communication, organisation, effective leadership, SACT scheduling and respectful team working are key elements of the role. 

Clinical Nurse Specialist (Haemato-Oncology)

Deadline: 21 June 2024

We have an exciting opportunity for an experienced Clinical Nurse Specialist to join our Stem Cell Transplant Unit here at The London Cancer Clinic, based in our Duchess of Devonshire Wing in Devonshire Place, London (W1G 6JA). 

Registered Advanced Nurse Practitioner (RANP): Survivorship for Young Onset Adult Cancer

Deadline: 23 June 2024

Exciting opportunity to join our dynamic team as Registered Advanced Nurse Practitioner (RANP): Survivorship for Young Onset Adult Cancer.

This role will be critical in the development of the Irish Cancer Society (ICS) Young Onset Cancer Care Programme at the Trinity St. James’s Cancer Institute (TSJCI) with particular focus on clinical structures and pathways of care for patients with gastrointestinal (colorectal, oesophageal, gastric) and head and neck cancers. The ICS Young Onset Cancer Care Programme is a pioneering five-year programme, focused on patients under 50 years of age, with gastrointestinal and head and neck cancers as the index population with a vision to extend to other cancer types and span all patient cohorts.

The RANP Survivorship for Young Onset Adult Cancer will support patients in the survivorship phase of their cancer journey while demonstrating advanced clinical and theoretical knowledge, critical thinking, clinical leadership, and complex decision-making abilities. The RANP will be responsible for meeting the physical and psychological needs of cancer survivors.; Link patients to services, resources, and supports at different stages along the survivorship trajectory targeted to meet the individual’s needs.; Establish dedicated survivorship clinics and empower patients through multidisciplinary self-management programmes; lead on nursing research in cancer survivorship and lead on education in cancer survivorship.

Divisional Director of Nursing (DDoN)

Deadline: 13 June 2024

An exciting opportunity has arisen at University Hospitals Sussex NHS Foundation Trust (UHSx) for a highly experienced senior nurse to join the Cancer Division.  Serving a population of 1.8m, UHSx is now the second biggest provider of cancer services in England. With services based at all four acute hospital sites and a Cancer Centre at the Royal Sussex County Hospital (RSCH) in Brighton, plus a satellite radiotherapy service at Eastbourne District General Hospital, the division has responsibility for the following clinical specialities: Oncology (including Systemic anti-cancer therapies & radiotherapy) , Clinical Haematology, Palliative & End of Life Care, the Faster Diagnostic Standard nursing team, breast surgery and screening for Sussex and the CVAD service for the Trust