Summary Nursing jobs in Neonatal Intensive Care (NICU) - Bands 5 and 6 Caring. Compassionate. Skilled. Meticulous. Enthusiastic.These are just some of the words that we'd used to describe the world-class nurses at Great Ormond Street Hospital (GOSH). We are looking for Bands 5 and 6 nurses to join our NICU unit, which is one of part of the leading centre for paediatric intensive care in North Thames and a recognised centre for training in paediatric intensive care medicine. Our intensive care unit is one of the largest for children in the UK and Europe. The Neonatal Intensive Care Unit (NICU) at Great Ormond Street Hospital provides excellent care to critically ill neonates in an environment which is sensitive to the needs of the baby and the family. We are one of the lead centres for complex neonatal surgery in North Thames and with the appointment of five Consultant Neonatologists; the Trust is making a significant investment in its neonatal services and marks an exciting prospect for those joining us. We welcome applications from nurses with experience in the field or those who would like to consider a change in their career to this exciting specialty. We offer a fantastic world class education programme which will help you develop your specialist knowledge and skills. A rotation programme within the specialty will also be on offer to ensure that you gain exposure to different aspects of the service with a planned launch of rotations between the ITU units, Chameleon Ward (Neonatal & Paediatric Surgery), Sky Ward (Orthopaedic HDU), Bear Ward (Cardiac) for both bands of nursing. Along with taking your nursing skills to the next level in a hospital with an international reputation in the heart of London, you will also enjoy a raft of staff benefits including: Expert support and education programmes Interest free season ticket loan Flexible working Staff accommodation NHS pension scheme Cycle to work scheme Health and social wellbeing schemes For more information, please contact Lisa Brown (PICU & NICU Matron): Email: [email protected] / Ph: 020 7762 8389.