£17 p/h – Band 6 Equivalent| Paid Breaks | 24 hrs - Saturday / Sunday Nights | Elderly & Dementia Care | Good CQC
An RGN/Adult Nurse is required to work part-time nights in a leading Blackpool nursing home.
The home offers elderly frail and disability nursing care packages in a home from home setting, with a great team in place.
Details of this RGN Night Nurse vacancy and what the service is offering:
• Great rates of pay of £17 per hour, which is equivalent to NHS Band 6 rates of pay
• Paid Breaks
• Set shifts of Saturday and Sunday nights available, working 8pm to 8am
• Ongoing learning and development opportunities
As RGN Night Nurse you will contribute to the high-quality nursing service provided in the home, managing care plans and medications and supporting service users with a range of long and short-term care needs.
Applicants for this RGN Night Nurse position should meet the following criteria:
• NMC registered Adult General Nurse/RGN
• Excellent interpersonal skills and a positive, proactive approach
• A caring and compassionate nature and a passion for providing high quality care
• Ability to work under pressure
If you are interested and would like more information, please call Andy Ingham at SYK Recruitment now on (phone number removed).
To apply now, please follow the link below.
Please note any offers of employment are subject to an Enhanced DBS/PVG/Access NI check and employment reference checks in addition to verification of UK professional registration (if applicable), right to work in the UK and Occupational Health clearance.
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