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Registered Nurse Nursing

Location:
Sydney, New South Wales, Australia
Posted:
October 17, 2018

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Jennifer Whibley

**/** ***** ******, ********, Sydney, Australia, 2031

043*******• ac7emy@r.postjobfree.com

Personal statement

Dedicated and self-motivated Registered Nurse. Experience encompasses delivering quality, patient-centric care, with specialist skills in surgical nursing, particularly vascular surgery. Outstanding team player, passionate about delivering the highest level of patient satisfaction. Previous experience in Australia has been across a broad range of medical and surgical wards within busy hospital along with experience in several aged care facilities. I am a registered nurse in the United Kingdom (UK) and have worked for the UK National Health Service for 7 years. My previous experience post qualifying as a nurse has been within a busy Vascular/Surgical ward, but also within aged care facilities, mental health and school nursing. I am a highly resourceful, flexible and enthusiastic individual with a friendly, outgoing personality. I am hardworking and has the capacity to work well within a team as well as individually and always completes jobs to the best of my ability. I am able to learn new processes quickly due to my commitment and eager to take on further training. All of my previous experience has been in client facing roles, developing superb communication skills to enable me to develop a good rapport with patients, relatives and other visitors. Whilst in the hospitality industry providing excellent customer care.

Education

Anglia Ruskin University, Cambridge, England

(September 2008 – Aug 2011)

Diploma Higher Education Nursing: Pass

Long Road Sixth Form College, Cambridge, England

(September 2001 – June 2003)

3 A-levels: Psychology (C), Photography (C), General Studies (B).

Parkside Community College, Cambridge, England

(September 1996 – June 2001)

9 GCSE A-D including Mathematics (C) Double Science award (CC) English Literature (C) English Language (B)

Employment History

Registered Nurse, Programmed health Professionals, Sydney

(August 2017 - present)

Achievements and responsibilities:

Carrying out general nursing roles and responsibilities in various of settings ranging from Hospitals and nursing homes.

Meeting a patients nursing care needs

Ensuring medication are correctly received, stored and administered to the patient

Prioritizing workload and delegating work appropriately

Maintaining high clinical standards and high levels of quality care delivery

Providing information, emotional support and reassurance to patients and relatives

Maintaining dignity and privacy to patients and respecting their right to confidentiality at all times

Comply with all legal, regulatory and best practice guidelines

Communication with patients, relatives and other members of the multi-disciplinary team

Assisting clients with their emotional, psychosocial and spiritual needs

Physically able to perform the full range of nursing duties

Good written and verbal communication skills

Ability to follow instructions and feedback

Observing hygiene codes and demonstrating good infection control and hand hygiene

Comprehensive understanding of clinical governance and risk management systems

Using resources efficiently

Exposure to many different environments within nursing

Respecting and understanding different religious beliefs and cultural needs

AIN, Programmed health Professionals, Sydney

(May 2016 – August 2017)

Achievements and responsibilities:

Carrying out general assistant in nursing roles and responsibilities in various of settings ranging from Nursing homes and hospitals

Observing vital signs

Providing personal care to patients

Maintaining a clean ward

Reporting any concerns to the nurse in charge

Time spent travelling in Asia

(March 2016 - April 2016)

Registered General Nurse, Nurse Plus, Cambridge, England

(Sept 2015 - March 2016)

Achievements and responsibilities:

Meeting a patients nursing care needs

Ensuring medication are correctly received, stored and administered to the patient

Carrying out general nursing roles and responsibilities in various of settings ranging from schools, Nursing homes and hospitals

Shed worker, Mackay’s Bananas, Bolinda Farm, Tully, Australia

(Jan 2015 – June 2015)

Working in a fast paced environment, cutting and sorting bananas as part of a production line. This regional work was undertaken to meet the requirements for a second working holiday visa.

Assistant in nursing, St Andrew’s Memorial Hospital, Brisbane, Australia

(October 2014 – Jan 2015)

Achievements and responsibilities:

Observing vital signs

Providing personal care to patients

Maintaining a clean ward

Reporting any concerns to the nurse in charge

Housekeeper and bar attendant- The Dutchess Hotel, Dutchess, Queensland 4825

(July 2014 – Sept 2014)

Answering phone calls and taking bookings for guests

Ordering and collection of stock

Cleaning and preparation of rooms for guests

Serving customers in the bar

Time spent travelling through Asia and Australia

(Feb 2014 – June 2014)

Staff Nurse, Vascular Ward, Addenbrookes Hospital, Cambridge, United Kingdom

(Jan 2011 – Jan 2014)

Achievements and responsibilities:

Meeting a patients nursing care needs

Ensuring medication are correctly received, stored and administered to the patient

Prioritizing workload and delegating work appropriately

Maintaining high clinical standards and high levels of quality care delivery

Providing information, emotional support and reassurance to patients and relatives

Maintaining dignity and privacy to patients and respecting their right to confidentiality at all times

Comply with all legal, regulatory and best practice guidelines

Communication with patients, relatives and other members of the multi-disciplinary team

Assisting clients with their emotional, psychosocial and spiritual needs

Physically able to perform the full range of nursing duties

Good written and verbal communication skills

Ability to follow instructions and feedback

Observing hygiene codes and demonstrating good infection control and hand hygiene

Comprehensive understanding of clinical governance and risk management systems

Using resources efficiently

Exposure to many different environments within nursing

Respecting and understanding different religious beliefs and cultural needs

Registration History

Nursing and Midwifery Council (NMC) for the UK, registered 23/11/2011-30/11/2016

References

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