190144 - Clinical Nurse Specialist Uro Oncology (LC)

Nhs Lothian

190144 - Clinical Nurse Specialist Uro Oncology (LC)

Band 7 (£46,244 - £53,789)

Nhs Lothian, Craigleith, City of Edinburgh

  • Full time
  • Permanent

Posted 3 weeks ago, 27 Jun | Get your application in now before you miss out!

Closing date: Closing date not specified

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Full Job Description

Band 7

Genito- Urinary Oncology Cancer Team

Full Time 37 hours per week

Fixed Term - 2 Years

Based in Scotlands capital City the Edinburgh Cancer Centre has a worldwide reputation for the provision of high-quality evidence-based cancer care and research. NHS Lothian is a fantastic organisation and a great place to work.

An exciting opportunity has arisen for an enthusiastic, appropriately experienced, and qualified nurse to join the Genito-Urinary Cancer Nurse Specialist Team. The successful applicant will work as part of the team but will primarily be responsible for establishing and running the oral SACT patient service along with pharmacy and medical support. Applicants must have experience of working within the Oncology setting have a Non Medical Prescribing (NMP) qualification or working towards qualification. 

Further information and informal enquires regarding this post can be obtained from Emma Childs, Interim Nurse Consultant (Emma.childs@nhs.scot)

Application forms and information packs can be obtained from: Job Train

Closing date for applications:   4 weeks

We will fully support disabled candidates, and candidates with long-term conditions or who are neurodivergent by making reasonable adjustments to our recruitment policy and practices.

This post requires the post holder to have a PVG Scheme membership/ record. If the post holder is not a current PVG member for the required regulatory group (i.e. child and/or adult) then an application will need to be made to Disclosure Scotland and deemed satisfactory before they can begin in post. 

NHS Scotland is reducing their full-time working week from 37.5 to 37 hours per week from 1 April 2024 but with no change in pay.  This reduction will also be applied pro rata for part time staff.  This advert and any subsequent offer/contract of employment therefore reflects the new working hours.  However, as not all service areas will be able to adopt the 37 hour working week immediately from 1 April 2024, you may be required to work up to an additional 30 minutes per week for a temporary period for which you would be paid until the service you are working in changes rosters or working patterns to accommodate the new reduced working week.  If you have any questions or concerns, please contact the Recruiting Board. 

NHS Scotland is committed to encouraging equality and diversity among our workforce and eliminating unlawful discrimination. The aim is for our workforce to be truly representative and for each employee to feel respected and able to give their best. To this end, NHS Scotland welcomes applications from all sections of society.