CV Nurse/Medic Remote site or Offshore Trauma experienced
Nurse/Medic Remote site or Offshore Trauma experienced
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Location (Residence): Liverpool, United Kingdom Citizenship:United Kingdom
English United Kingdom Other:
Education & Experience:
Work Authorization & Relocation:
Bachelors in Nursing Years of Experience:
Authorized to work in: European Union Present Location: England, Liverpool Relocation: Anywhere (International)
1. Summary (Cover Letter) - CV/Resume Part 1 [Mandatory]
I am an experienced emergency nurse with many clinical skills. I have worked both in the UK health service and abroad with the British army. I have spent time as an autonomous practitioner.
I am seeking a Nurse/Medic position in remote or offshore industries.
2. Work Experience - CV/Resume Part 2 [Mandatory]
January 2006 – September 2007
Full time Nurse Specialist Accident & Emergency. Contracted via Frontier Medical Services to British Military Hospital Iraq. This is a flexible bedding hospital up to 200 beds.
The emergency department has 4 resuscitation bays ( also used for major illness) and 6 treatments bays. Department presentations up to 50 per day with two qualified nurses and 3 assistants. General presentations are minor injuries and general medical conditions (chest pain, diabetic crisis, abdominal pain etc). A small amount of blunt trauma is experienced ( 1 or two cases per week) An increasing amount of trauma and major trauma has been experienced in the last six months, made up of multiple casualty penetrating trauma and traumatic limb amputations (up to 5 cases per week on average).
Duties include: - running an A&E team to staff department on a daily basis. Trauma and minor injuries management, teaching and assessing junior staff. Equipment teaching and care and Stock management.
September 2005 – January 2006
Full Time Staff Nurse Intensive Care Unit. Royal Liverpool Hospital. Large 1200 bed, inner city teaching hospital.
The Intensive Care Unit has 13 beds and takes all intensive care patients, including trauma and post operative.
This was a 5 month personal development position. During my time in the ICU I developed my skills in caring for acutely ill patients for longer periods of time. The use of ventilators and inatropic support drugs were new skills that I undertook whilst on the ICU. This experience helped me to enhance my own emergency & critical care skills to enable me to improve my care for seriously ill or injured patients.
April 2002- September 2006
Full time Emergency Nurse, Emergency Department, (Started as a junior nurse working up to senior nurse) Royal Liverpool Hospital. Large 1200 bed, inner city teaching hospital.
The emergency department has 6 Resuscitation bays, 4 high dependency bays, twelve major illness bays and 10 minor injury/illness bays. There are approximately 150,000 new presentations per year into the department. From walking minor illness to major trauma. As an inner city hospital there is a large amount of elderly patients presenting as well as homeless and transient people. Liverpool is a large multicultural city and as such can present health careers with many different challenges. Each shift has 17 nurses 5 junior doctors and 2 senior doctors.
My latest role as a team leader routinely included assessment and treatment of patients attending with all manner of injury/ailment. Supervising, teaching and assessing junior staff. Ensuring correct management of care for both my own and my junior staff’s patients. Managing an area of the department on a shift basis and deputising for the shift manager as required.
September 2001- April 2002
Full time Staff Nurse, Emergency Department. Southport District General Hospital a 300 bed District General Teaching Hospital.
The emergency department consisted of 1 Resuscitation bay 3 major treatment bays and 5 minor treatment bays. The department had approximately 40,000 new presentations per year. There was a very large elderly population and as a District General it also treats a large amount of children.
This was my first role as a nurse and here I spent my time developing both as a nurse and as an emergency nurse. I developed my skills of assessment and planning of care. Undertaking the care of a wide variety of patients, mostly of minor illness/injury and major illness (chest pains, falls etc). There was very little trauma.
September 1998 – September 2001
September 1997 – September 1998
Bank HCA (40) Hours per week Aigburth Lodge Nursing Home
Providing care to elderly and Palliative patients on a day to day basis and assisting with daily needs.
1988 – 1997
Various accounting and financial management roles from accounts clerk to company accounts manager. UK sales companies.
Chemical Process worker in Liverpool Based chemical factory.
1981 – 1988
Milk Roundsman. Delivering milk and dairy produce to homes in Merseyside.
3. Education & Training - CV/Resume Part 3 [Mandatory]
Qualifications University Of Lancaster, BSc (Honours) Nursing Studies 2:1
 University of Lancaster, Dip He Nursing Studies
 Liverpool John Moore’s University, CPD Clinical Accident and Emergency Care (With Distinction)
Post Registration Courses
ALS instructor (Advanced Life Support) 5 day course plus 2 supervised teachings  Advanced Life Support Group Manchester
BATLS (Battlefield Advanced Trauma Life Support) 2 day course British Army Training Team
PLS (Paediatric Life Support) 1 day course Advance Life Support Group Manchester 
ALERT (Acute Life Threatening Events Recognition & Treatment) 1 day course Royal Liverpool Hospital 
Mentorship in Practice  Edge Hill College 6 months
PHTLS (including entrapment training)  3 day course Hyperbaric Training
BOSIET  3 day course Falck Nutec Billingham
4. Computer Skills - CV/Resume Part 4 [Mandatory]
Proficient in internet and microsoft office suite. With experience of Database/Spreadsheet/Wordprocessor and Powerpoint.