Our HR consultants are looking to recruit nurses with additional qualifications in intensive care and anaesthesia on behalf of a paediatric clinic. But why do the paediatric nurses enjoy working at the hospital in Berlin so much?

A lot is expected of paediatric nurses, and they fulfil a responsible and occasionally stressful role – but they still love working on this ward in Berlin especially, a place where joy and suffering, sadness and happiness, are so closely entwined.

Anyone looking into the eyes of the nurse from the Clinic for Paediatric and Adolescent Medicine in Berlin will see happiness. After all, “I love my job as a paediatric nurse, because I get so many positive things out of the work – it’s simply priceless!”

Mutual appreciation

“Every day we are faced with the challenge of supporting families and especially the children in difficult situations, and, however hard it may be, of making them laugh from time to time”, says one of the nurses, who nevertheless emphasises that the appreciation comes not only from the families, but also from the happy and positive bonds within the team at the Clinic for Paediatric and Adolescent Medicine in Berlin.

After all, regardless of the wide-ranging and appealing tasks in the area of paediatric intensive care, the clinic still perceives its staff “primarily as people and not just as employees.” The top priority is the child, the young person, who are cared for as individuals, unhindered by red tape.

Opening for new paediatric nurses

The nurse cannot recommend working at the clinic highly enough. Interdisciplinary teamwork throughout the department is excellent and there are flexible arrangements for full-time and part-time positions. An extensive training and qualification programme is in place, and the clinic treats the reconciliation of work and family not as a empty buzzword, but as an important reality.

Eligible candidates should be paediatric nurses with a state-certified qualification either in the fields of paediatric or general nursing, ideally possess initial experience in the field of paediatrics and/or intensive care or have completed a specialist qualification in the areas of anaesthesia or paediatric intensive care.

State-of-the art facilities

The team of paediatric nurses is altogether delighted with the ward's modern equipment for paediatric intensive care (another example of how the clinic's management appreciates its staff) that enables them to complete their tasks to the best of their abilities.

  • Patient treatment in the broad field of paediatric intensive care for children and young adults ranging from 0 to 18 years,
  • holistic care for patients and their families,
  • compliance with and implementation of the guiding principles of nursing care,
  • support, development and assurance of the defined quality standards, and
  • documentation of nursing activities.

One of the paediatric nurses at the clinic reports that, even after more than 20 years working there, the technical equipment makes many tasks easier and more pleasant. Nevertheless, the most enriching experience is “when families come and visit us after the patient has been discharged and thank us for our great work and kindness.”

Our HR consultants offer free support

Naturally, the paediatric nurses do not have to pay for the applicant management services provided by our HR consultants. We also guarantee strict compliance with data protection laws, as no personal data will ever be passed on without written consent from the applicant. Potential candidates for the vacant positions – provided they match the requirements profile – can apply directly to our team of HR consultants.

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