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Permanent position as nurse - Heart and Vascular

by:  Karolinska University Hospital

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At Heart and Vascular we treat patients suffering from all conditions related to the heart and circulation. We have a strong focus on research and education in close collaboration with the Karolinska Institute which enables us to integrate the latest academic developments in our daily work with our patients. We aim at being a hub and knowledge centre for conditions requiring highly specialized care.

Please read more about us here: Cardiology, Vascular surgery, Thorax surgery

Job description
Working as a nurse at the Karolinska University Hospital means that you are part of a multi professional team consisting of nurses, assistant nurses, medical doctors, physiotherapists, occupational therapists and dieticians. As a nurse you are responsible for 5-6 patients together with an assistant nurse.

At our wards we perform both acute as well as planned care. You will work as a nurse in one of our 5 wards.

Working hours
Days, evenings, nights and weekends.

Full time position. As a registered nurse you work 38,25 hours per week.

Requirements

  • EU registered nurse.
  • Newly graduated as well as experienced nurses are welcome to apply.
  • Basic computer skills in Microsoft office.

    Language skills

  • English, minimum level B2
  • Swedish (minimum level B2 upon start on commencement day). Level C1 required in order to receive Swedish license to work as nurse.

Personal characteristics
We are looking for you who

  • Share our values – responsibility, compassion and a hollistic view.
  • Want to be part of a team and has a good ability to work with your colleagues.
  • Are energetic and quality minded.
  • Manages stress in a constructive way, maintains a good mood in times of pressure and adversity.
  • Are interested in the development of care and patient-centered care
  • Want to take part in our activities towards better care processes

We offer you

  • Possibility to study Swedish in combination with working in order to reach C1-level in Swedish
  • Selected candidates will be offered a visit to the Karolinska University Hospital before the employment starts
  • Assistance in finding accommodation in Stockholm
  • Individual introduction program
  • Mentor at the ward
  • Minimum 25 days of paid holiday per year
  • Continuous in-house training through e-learning, classroom training and practical training
  • Reimbursement if you need to go the doctor
  • Annual wellness grant

Access to fully equipped gyms at the hospital

Terms of employment
Full time position. As a registered nurse you work 38,25 hours per week.

Your employment will start with an introduction period.

​If you have an international degree, the first step toward working at Karolinska University Hospital is to apply for a license to practice https://legitimation.socialstyrelsen.se/en/licence-application/.

Salary
The starting salary for a newly graduated nurse is 27 500 SEK monthly. Salary is individually set depending on your qualifications and experience.

All contracts follow local and national collective agreements.

Support during recruitment process
You will receive continuous information and support from the International Office at Karolinska University Hospital regarding relocation.

We will be of assistance in finding housing.

If you are an EU/EEA citizen you may be eligible for support from EURES/Your First Eures Job, a European Union job mobility scheme www.yourfirsteuresjob.se.

We work closely with EURES Arbetsförmedlingen.

How to apply
Mark your application Heart and Vascular

Your application should include a personal letter and CV.

Please apply before 1 December 2020.

 

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