Senior Cardiac Nurse
7 days left
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At the British Heart Foundation (BHF), we fight for every heartbeat, everywhere. In the last year alone, we've invested more than £100m in hundreds of life saving research projects across the UK, and helped countless communities beat heart disease with our prevention, survival and support programmes.
Would you like a break from the clinical environment? Come and help us make a real difference for those living with and at risk of cardiovascular (CVD) disease. We work in an office not a hospital but still help heart patients and their families everyday. This is an excellent opportunity where you will receive full training to acquire new skills and professionally develop in a supportive learning environment, utilising your clinical knowledge and experience in a non-clinical setting.
We're looking for a registered nurse with extensive cardiac expertise, in secondary and/or primary care, to join the fight and be part of our friendly and dynamic Clinical team based at our head office in London. This post is full time, but a job share or flexible working can be considered for the right candidate. As a Senior Cardiac Nurse you'll be a source of expert knowledge of a wide range of cardiac conditions, the causes and management of CVD, as well as lifestyle issues relating to coronary heart disease for all across the British Heart Foundation. You will play a key role in; working on public awareness and fundraising campaigns, developing resources for the public, responding to enquiries from the public and media and, share our drive and determination to fight for every heartbeat.
To find out more, arrange an informal visit and meet our team, please contact Maureen Talbot, Clinical team manager on 020 7554 0358.
To apply for this role please use the apply button to be redirected to our website. Our process involves submitting your CV and a covering letter, which should outline your interest and explain how you meet the role's criteria. Please note we will only accept applications via this method.