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We're recruiting.

Exceptional people. Delivering exceptional care.

We value our employees and work together with them to ensure that St Joseph’s provides opportunities to achieve best practice in an enjoyable and rewarding environment.

Why St Joseph's Hospital?

Working with us means taking pride in your team and delivering the highest quality care. We will support you and your ongoing learning in a hospital that benefits from advanced equipment and practices and one of the best clinician-to-patient radios around.

Our vision is to drive innovation and change in healthcare, transforming how patients are diagnosed, treated and rehabilitated.

St Joseph's has recently invested over £6m to drive improvements throughout the hospital and ensure patient safety. We are constantly looking for ways to improve what we do - to offer quicker recovery and better outcomes for our patients.

With the new investment, the hospital is now better equipped to welcome more patients, creating new jobs which are varied and interesting.

A better you is a better us.

What you can expect from us:

  • Competitive terms and conditions.
  • Private pension.
  • Private healthcare.
  • Access to a private GP.
  • Flexible working opportunities.
  • A flexible annual leave scheme.
  • Study leave support programme.
  • Career progression, development and planning.

Over 75 years of caring means you benefit from:

  • A team-based approach with effective and open two-way communication.
  • A modern forward-thinking employer with a positive culture.
  • A modern hospital, equipped to the highest standards making patient care a truly rewarding experience.
  • Time to spend caring for your patients.

We're looking for full-time, part-time and bank staff across a range of roles to deliver extraordinary care to our patients.

To contact our HR team please call: 01633 820332 or email hr@stjosephshospital.co.uk

Location

St Joseph's Hospital is located north of the city of Newport within the popular area of Malpas lying just outside the boundary of Monmouthshire. Two miles north of the M4 motorway, the hospital is easy to access from Cardiff, Bristol, Monmouth and Abergavenny. Newport is often referred to as the gateway between England and Wales.

We value our staff and work together with them to ensure that St Joseph’s provides opportunities to achieve best practice in an enjoyable and rewarding environment.

Our renowned facilities give you the opportunity to enjoy a broad range of experiences to build your expertise. Our people treat a range of conditions from the straightforward, through to the complex. All of them have a huge impact on the welllbeing of our patients.

We know our people have a wealth of knowledge and experience, so we encourage them to work together in driving excellence and improving patient outcomes.

Working at St Joseph's Hospital we encourage:

  • Open and honest communication.
  • On-going training and professional development.
  • You to embrace a truly rewarding environment with good working relationships,
  • Teamwork at every level.

We offer a salary which is competitive with other private healthcare organisations and the NHS.

Excellent packages for what our employees consider to be really rewarding work.

Private pension.

Private healthcare.

Flexible annual leave scheme.

Subsidised freshy made food and drinks from St Joe's Cafe. Our food is handmade in our kitchen throughout the day. 

Staff discounts

  • 25% off hospital services (excluding consultant appointments).  10% discount for family members.

Free Wi-Fi.

Free eye tests.

Free on-site parking.

Ready to change lives for the better?

Delivering quality patient care and the latest treatments is achieved through diverse people working in a variety of roles. So there's a good chance that we'll have an opportunity for you.

Delivery the care you've always wanted to provide.

Current Vacancies

37.5 hours per week (part-time contracts available to the right candidates)
£34,165 per annum

An exciting opportunity has arisen for a range of qualified theatre practitioners to join the team at St Joseph's Hospital.

Qualified Theatre Practitioners

St Joseph’s Hospital is looking for experienced, flexible and forward-thinking Theatre Practitioners to join the theatre team. A dedicated, flexible and committed approach is essential, along with a focused and proactive attitude to the development of the team.

The successful candidates will have experience working in a multi-skilled role and will have exceptional communication skills. Working closely with the senior staff and multi-disciplinary team members, the post holders will take an active role in ensuring the service delivers the highest standards of clinical care.

The post holders will need to be a registered Nurse or ODP, prepared to work across several specialities including Scrub, Anaesthetics, Recovery and Endoscopy and will be willing to undertake competencies in any of the aforementioned. 

The post holders will take responsibility for their continuing professional development and will support their fellow team members to develop in line with the theatre department annual training plan.

If you feel you have the necessary skills for this position and would like to be part of our team, we look forward to hearing from you.

Closing date: 17th December 2020

The successful candidate will require an Enhanced DBS Disclosure.

St Joseph's is a world-class hospital providing private healthcare across 40 specialities. 

Our vision is to take private healthcare to new levels, offering a service which recognises the individual needs to of each patient.

St Joseph's Hospital is situated just north of the M4, Newport, South Wales.

Please email an up to date CV with a covering letter to hr@stjosephshospital.co.uk

Full-time and part-time vacancies
£31,623 per annum

An exciting opportunity has arisen for a qualified nurse to join the team at St Joseph's Hospital.

Registered Nurse - Pre-operative Assessment

St Joseph’s Hospital is looking for an experienced, flexible, and forward-thinking Staff Nurse to join the Pre-operative Assessment team.

A dedicated, flexible, and committed approach is essential, along with a focused and proactive attitude to the development of the team.

Working alongside the existing pre-assessment team you will be responsible for ensuring the right standard of care is provided to all patients at all times and ensure that they receive a comprehensive and quality service. 

You will have an innate ability to quickly identify any pre-surgery concerns or possible complications that could arise and work to ensure that patients are at optimum health when admitted for surgery.

Assessments are undertaken on a daily basis either face to face or over the phone ensuring all required documentation is completed. 

As the Pre-assessment Nurse, you will work closely with other departments within the hospital to ensure that all aspects of the patients' surgery and admission to hospital are adequately organised.

Key Responsibilities 

Proven surgical experience is required with pre-assessment experience, as well as flexibility and the ability to work as part of a team.

You will manage your own caseload using your clinical judgement to ensure fitness for surgery and anaesthetic for all types of procedures. 

You will be responsible for obtaining, checking and taking action on all required pre-operative investigations and liaising with the clinical lead and wider multi-disciplinary team.

Have the ability to fully understand each patient's needs and provide individual attention.

Excellent communication skills, both written and verbal are essential to ensure a safe, effective and compassionate service. 

Ability to work to deadlines and cope with a fast turnover of patients in order to support the commitment to a timely surgical admission.

Additional Information

•    This job description is not designed to be an exhaustive list of duties and responsibilities but represents the current key areas of work. There will be additional duties and responsibilities implicit within the role.
•    The post holder’s duties will at all times, be carried out in compliance with Hospital policies and procedures. In particular, the post holder will act in accordance with the Equal Opportunities, Grievance, Disciplinary and Health & Safety Policies, as well as dealing with complaints, confidentiality and quality matters.
•    Staff may be required to work in any department to meet the needs of the service, with potentially variable patterns of work that may include weekend working.
•    The post-holder must at all times respect the confidentiality of information in line with the requirements of the Data Protection Act and ensure compliance with associated legislative and Hospital policy. 

Qualifications, Training and Experience 

•    Registration with the appropriate Governing body and the qualifications and experience relevant to your registration

•    Post-registration qualification desirable

•    Ability to work independently

•    Experience in the interpretation of ECG readings and pathology reports

•    Proficient in phlebotomy  

•    Has excellent communication skills at all levels and is computer literate

•    Has a reflective approach to own work and work of others and is able to advise accordingly

•    Is able to contribute to the development of policy and procedure and be able to undertake audit and implement the subsequent change of practice as required

•    Has in-depth insight and understanding of national and local standards, legislation, and recognised good practice

Closing date: 17th December 2020

The successful candidate will require an Enhanced DBS Disclosure.

St Joseph's is a world-class hospital providing private healthcare across 40 specialities. 

Our vision is to take private healthcare to new levels, offering a service which recognises the individual needs of each patient.

St Joseph's Hospital is situated just north of the M4, Newport, South Wales.

Please email an up to date CV with a covering letter to hr@stjosephshospital.co.uk

Full-time and part-time positions available
£31,623 per annum

A number of exciting opportunities have arisen for registered staff nurses to become part of our team at St Joseph's Hospital.

Registered Nurse

St Joseph's Hospital is looking for experienced, flexible, and forward-thinking Registered Nurses to join our brand new Day Surgery Unit.

We care for patients from the age of 16 years and above undergoing a wide range of surgical procedures. 

Surgical experience is desirable but training will be given for the right candidate.

A dedicated, flexible, and caring approach is essential in ensuring the team delivers the highest standards of clinical care.

The successful candidates will have excellent communication skills, support the team members, and take responsibility for their continuing professional development.

If you feel you have the necessary skills for this position and would like to be part of our team we look forward to hearing from you.

Our vision is to take private healthcare to new levels, offering a service that recognises the individual needs of each patient.

Closing date: 17th December 2020

The successful candidate will require an enhanced DBS disclosure.

Informal visits can be arranged.

Please email a current CV with a covering letter tohr@stjosephshospital.co.uk

Full-time, part-time and bank available
£20,326 per annum

St Joseph's Hospital is offering an exciting opportunity to join our outpatient nursing team.

Healthcare Assistant

We are looking for experienced, flexible, and forward-thinking Healthcare Assistants preferably with experience in OPD or Ophthalmology.

You will be part of a multidisciplinary team and provide clinical support for qualified nurses.

Key responsibilities include the delivery of care to patients under the direction and supervision of qualified nurses and will include providing assistance to other disciplines such as physiotherapists as necessary.

You will participate in the mentorship and induction of new staff of all disciplines.

Assist qualified nurses by ensuring that effective communication with patients, colleagues, and external agencies remains effective through politeness, sensitivity, and accuracy. 

Assist qualified nurses by actively promoting and participating in all aspects of Clinical Governance.

Is expected that you will communicate and liaise with the patient, their relatives, and the multidisciplinary team involved in the provision of care.

Have a sound working knowledge of Local and General Health & Safety matters, Clinical Governance, and other on-going issues that arise including patient safety issues.

The post holder will take responsibility for their own continuing professional development and will support their fellow team members to develop in line with the theatre department's annual training plan.

If you feel you have the necessary skills for this position and would like to be part of our team, we look forward to hearing from you.

Closing date: 17th December 2020

The successful candidate will require an Enhanced DBS Disclosure.

St Joseph's is a world-class hospital providing private healthcare across 40 specialities. 

Our vision is to take private healthcare to new levels, offering a service that recognises the individual needs of each patient.

St Joseph's Hospital is situated just north of the M4, Newport, South Wales.

Please email an up to date CV with a covering letter to hr@stjosephshospital.co.uk

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