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The International Service is a private patient unit within the world-famous NHS paediatric hospital; Great Ormond Street Hospital (GOSH). Our team of extraordinary nurses provide lifesaving care for seriously ill children from around the world. Our cancer and mixed-specialty wards, alongside our international patient mix, provides you with unique clinical knowledge and an experience unrivalled across the UK. GOSH has the largest paediatric nurse education program in Europe, offering you extensive education opportunities and the chance to build an extraordinary career.

Current roles

Join us at our Nurse Recruitment Open Day at Great Ormond Street Hospital on the 27th February 2020.

Come along and meet our clinical teams, visit our wards and see how we can make your nursing career extraordinary at GOSH!

We welcome all bands, newly qualified band 5 nurses as well as adult, mental health, learning disability registered nurses.

Find out more and register for the day: https://bit.ly/2tf8AmO

Healthcare Support Worker Recruitment Day
**Tuesday 10th March 2020**

At GOSH we are committed to recruiting and developing our nursing workforce. Healthcare Support Workers play a vital role in our ability to deliver the best care for our patients. We are continuing to invest in staff at this level in recognition of the key part they play at GOSH.

We are looking to recruit Healthcare Support Workers (HCSW) to many of our specialist services; for example surgery; medicine; cancer and neurology. You will be joining a multi-professional team of friendly and experienced staff committed to delivering a high quality and compassionate care to children, young people and their families.

Who we are looking to recruit:

  • Individuals with previous experience in working with the public and within a team
  • GCSE Level 2 or equivalent in English and Mathematics is essential - evidence (e.g. certificates) must be provided prior to interview
  • Individuals able to demonstrate that they are caring, compassionate and possess excellent interpersonal and communication skills

Training and Development:

This role will provide you with the opportunity to develop your skillset and carry out clinical and non-clinical duties. This is a fixed term apprentice contract (between 12-18 months), during which time you will complete an apprenticeship programme. As an organisation we are at the forefront of children’s and young people’s healthcare education and training.

Start Date:

The expected employment start date is Monday 11th May 2020.

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Butterfly Ward is a 22-bedded ward that includes four day-case beds and four Bone Marrow Transplant (BMT) isolation rooms. The patient mix is predominantly haematology, oncology, immunology and BMT although the ward does, on occasion, care for patients from different clinical specialties. 

We are looking for nurses who have had previous experience caring for patients within a wide range of medical and surgical conditions.

Apply here 

Butterfly Ward is a 22-bedded ward that includes four day-case beds and four Bone Marrow Transplant (BMT) isolation rooms. The patient mix is predominantly haematology, oncology, immunology and BMT although the ward does, on occasion, care for patients from different clinical specialties. 

We are looking for nurses who have had previous experience caring for patients within a wide range of medical and surgical conditions.

Apply here 

You can apply for a role with us in two ways: 

1. Apply for roles through NHS jobs – you will find all our latest vacancies live on the site.

This link will take you to all live job postings for the hospital. Remember to look out for jobs on our wards (Caterpillar, Bumblebee, Butterfly and Hedgehog) or look out for jobs within the International and Private Patient Service. 

2. Apply for roles through Trac.jobs 

We use trac.jobs to manage the online applications for Great Ormond Street Hospital for Children (GOSH). You can view your applications to GOSH through this system. 

More information 

For more information about nursing at GOSH, or to arrange an informal visit, please contact our Head of Nursing: Kate.Rivett@gosh.nhs.uk 

We are always looking for Band 5 & 6 nurses. Please contact us directly if there are no current jobs advertised for nursing. 

Please click here to access NHS jobs. 

Please click here to access Trac.jobs