Category: Job Blog

Read about Sharon’s role as lead technician system support in the pharmacy

Posted on 10/19/18 by AireAdmin No Comments

Hello,  my name is Sharon and I’m the lead technician system support and service improvement. How did you get to where you are today? What made you decide to do what you do? I was involved in the project to introduce electronic prescribing and medicines administration (EPMA) into the Trust, this progressed to me becoming […]

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This is Gemma, senior pharmacy technician

Posted on 10/19/18 by AireAdmin No Comments

Hello, my name is Gemma and I’m a senior pharmacy technician for education and training and medicines information (split role). How did you get to where you are today? What made you decide to do what you do? After leaving college, unsure what career path to take, I was offered a position in a busy […]

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This is Dean – an ODP in theatres who has worked here for over 27 years

Posted on 04/19/18 by AireAdmin No Comments

Hello, my name is Dean and I am an operating department practitioner (ODP). I have worked at Airedale for over 27 years. How did you get to where you are today? What made you decide to do what you do? I started at Airedale in 1990 when I left school at 17 and enrolled onto the […]

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Meet Nicole, peri-operative staff nurse

Posted on 04/13/18 by AireAdmin No Comments

Hello my name is Nicole and I am a peri-operative staff nurse in main theatres I chose to study nursing at university because I was interested in care and I like being around and interacting with different people. I haven’t looked back since. I qualified in 2008 following completion of an adult nursing course at […]

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Meet Heather who works as a post anaesthetic care sister

Posted on 03/26/18 by AireAdmin No Comments

Hello, my name is Heather and I am a post anaesthetic care unit sister I have worked at Airedale since qualifying as a nurse in 2005. I began my career as a surgical staff nurse on one of our very busy surgical wards. The opportunity then arose for me to follow my passion by starting […]

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Danielle is an operating department practitioner

Posted on 03/26/18 by AireAdmin No Comments

Hello, my name is Danielle and I am an operating department practitioner in theatre. My vocation in theatre started almost 17 years ago when I had a complete career change in my early twenties. After leaving the legal sector and completing a college course in health sciences, I found myself applying for a band 2 […]

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This is Daphne, our theatres housekeeper

Posted on 03/21/18 by AireAdmin No Comments

Hello, my name is Daphne and I work as a housekeeper for theatres. What do you do as part of your role? As a housekeeper I am responsible for looking after both theatre staff and patients. My role is busy and varied and it involves ensuring that theatre staff have the correct uniforms to wear […]

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Lisa is an anaesthetic and recovery senior staff nurse

Posted on 03/15/18 by AireAdmin No Comments

Hello, my name is Lisa and I’m an anaesthetic and recovery senior staff nurse. How did you end up working in theatres? Having completed my nurse training many years ago I have been lucky to have practiced nursing in a variety of different settings from surgical wards to ICU. My post in ICU was only […]

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Meet Liz, anaesthetic nurse

Posted on 03/08/18 by AireAdmin No Comments

Hello, my name is Liz and I’m a senior staff nurse specialising in anaesthetics and recovery care. How did you end up working at Airedale? I gave up nursing after my eldest son was born 14 weeks premature and I needed to dedicate my time to him. When he was four, and six weeks after […]

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I’ve worked at Airedale for 27 years as a theatre nurse and sister

Posted on 03/02/18 by AireAdmin No Comments

Hello, my name is Diane. I am an operating theatre sister responsible for general surgery. How did you get to where you are today? What made you decide to do what you do? I qualified as an enrolled nurse in 1983 at the age of 21 and worked on various wards, but always knew I […]

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