As a senior nurse, in addition to your work as a dialysis nurse, you are responsible for:
- Quality care (lead senior nurse per focus area)
- Leading the total care process of assigned patients (day coordinator)
- Supervising the learning process of students, interns, nursing team
You regularly consult with the other senior nurses and spend half a day a week on senior tasks. Approximately every week, you work a day as a day coordinator: you do the planning for that day, monitor this planning, and coordinate any emergency treatments. Throughout the day, you are the first contact person on behalf of the dialysis department and represent the interests of various disciplines.
We offer you an excellent position in a close-knit nursing team that consists of about 25 colleagues. You will get plenty of opportunities to follow training and to develop yourself. We work dayshifts (from 7:30 to 16:00) and evening shifts (from 12:30 to 21:00) on weekdays and weekends. After the evening shift and on weekends, the qualified dialysis nurses work on-call shifts for acute dialysis. Our team collaborates intensively and is as much self-organising as possible, for example, with self-scheduling.
In the nephrology department, we diagnose and treat kidney diseases linked to scientific research and training. Our department consists of a polyclinic, a day treatment, a dialysis department, and a nursing department. We focus on highly specialised patient care, patient-related and fundamental research, and training in a multidisciplinary context. We offer various forms of kidney function replacement therapies in the dialysis department, such as centre-haemodialysis, (paediatric) peritoneal dialysis, and home-haemodialysis. We treat patients of all ages who require complex care, such as dialysis after kidney transplantation and plasma filtration. As a department, we are JCI certified, and we work hard on a continuous improvement culture.
You are a qualified dialysis nurse and are eager to work in the Netherlands. For this, you are willing to master the Dutch language and register in the Dutch BIG register. You get much satisfaction out of treating chronic patients and can handle acute situations well. You are driven, flexible and work well independently as well as together. You have organisational and problem-solving skills, are stress-resistant and have a constructive and assertive attitude. Preferably you have broad experience with kidney function replacement therapies. Because we are an academic department, you must be enthusiastic about contributing to innovation, scientific research, and training.
Currently, a job market allowance of € 500 applies to this position in case of full-time employment. It concerns a fixed-term contract.
What do we offer you?
- A position in a very amicably team where you also work intensively with the nephrologists
- The possibility to rent a studio in Utrecht for a maximum of 2 years.
- Comprehensive training and development opportunities.
Only EU registered nurses can apply for this position.
We believe in the power of a diverse team in which there is room for different skills, expertise, and social and cultural backgrounds. We invite you to respond to this vacancy.
The maximum salary for this position (24 - 36 hours) is € 4.201,00 gross per month based on full-time employment. It is a permanent position.
In addition, we offer an annual benefit of 8.3%, holiday allowance, travel expenses and career opportunities. The terms of employment are in accordance with the Cao University Medical Centers (UMC).
If you have any questions about this vacancy, please contact Marieke Deckers, Unithoofd dialyse, phone number: 06 31 11 83 67, e‑mail adress: [email protected].
Acquisition based on this jobopening is not appreciated.