2 Year (renewable) Single Contract job opportunity to work at Al Othaim Palace as a Private Head Nurse for the Al Othaim Family in Riyadh KSA.
The successful applicant will join the medical team of 6 Nurses and 2 Physiotherapist, in taking care and helping on the rehabilitation of their family member. The patient is bedridden, he has Traumatic Brain Injury caused by road accident.
Degree qualified RN's from North America, Western Europe, South Africa, Australia or New Zealand are invited to apply.
You must have at least 10 years RN experience. Experience in ICU, CCU, ER, Trauma, Neurology & Rehabilitation will be to your advantage.
2 Year Single contract (renewable)
Generous tax- free salary. Offered according to experience and qualification.
From 2700 USD up to 5400 USD per month. (5400 USD is +/- 7850 AUD, 79 000 South-African Rand,4400 GBP, 4900 EUR).
More can be offered - depending on qualifications.
Working Schedule: 48 hours a week.
Days-Off: 1 or 2 day/s-off per week (to be discussed).
Dress Code: Uniform provided / Scrub Suits.
The benefits outlined here are those that apply to most employees. Salary offer packages are determined by the employer. Global Medical Recruiting can assist the applicant with salary offer negotiations with the employer, but in the end the final salary package offered is at the sole discretion of the employer and not of Global Medical Recruiting.
You must have a Bachelor's Degree or atleast 3 Year Nursing Diploma.
Preferred: Master's Degree in Nursing with specialty in Critical Care Nurse (preferably but not required).
Minimum of 10 years experience as a Registered Nurse.
Preferably in the areas of: ICU, CCU, ER, Trauma, Neurology & Rehabilitation.
Valid license as a Registered Nurse.
The employer prefer candidates from North-American, Western-Europe, South-Africa, Australia and NZ.
Join the medical team of 6 Nurses and 2 Physiotherapist, in taking care and helping on the rehabilitation of their family member. The patient is bedridden, he has Traumatic Brain Injury caused by road accident.
To support the Team Leader with the Management, with a particular emphasis on clinical nursing leadership
To ensure that an excellent standard of care is set, delivered and maintained at all times.
Duties & Responsibilities:
The Senior Nurse will be responsible for carrying out the following duties:
To undertake initial assessment
To negotiate care plan
To ensure effective collaboration and communication with the wider multidisciplinary team and outside agencies as the patient advocate
To lead a team of care staff that provides excellence in clinical practice, and ensures the patient rights and privacy
To be fully aware of all agreed emergency procedures and be prepared to take a lead role in any acute clinical or non-clinical emergency
To ensure the implementation of all Trust clinical and non-clinical policies within the Home.
To be responsible for ensuring that all care and nursing staff maintain written and electronic care records and Trust records in accordance with record keeping standards.
To ensure that all medications, including controlled drugs are ordered, stored, administered and disposed properly.
To take responsibility for own professional development and act as an effective role model.
Ensure all health and safety requirement are met and all accidents and incidents reported to the family.
Participation in staff meetings
Participation in training activities
Participation in staff supervision and personal development review
Health and Safety:
To be responsible for your own health and safety and that of anybody else who may be affected by your acts or omissions.
Al-Othaim family is a well-known Saudi family and owner of a big group of companies in the Kingdom of Saudi-Arabia.
The Al-Oithaim family is looking for a Private Head Nurse to lead and join the medical team with 6 Nurses and 2 Physiotherapist, in taking care and helping on the rehabilitation of their family member.
The patient is a 19-year-old young man under home-care and treatment at their palace situated in Riyadh.
He has Traumatic Brain Injury caused by road accident in 2013.
He is bedridden with tracheostomy and PEG tube.