Location: Hereford, Herefordshire
Salary: £31,200 per annum ( £16.00 per hour ) - negotiable depending on your experience
Hours: Full Time and Part Time hours are available - you can choose depending on your preference (options of: 11.5 hours, 23 hours, 34.5 hours or 37.5 hours)
Shifts: Options of Days only or Nights only or Mixed shifts on a rotational basis - you can choose depending on your preference
Further Details : An exciting opportunity has arisen for a newly qualified or experienced staff nurse - RMN, RNLD, RGN or RCN - ( Mental Health Nurse , Learning Disability Nurse and/or Registered Adult Nurse ), to work within a very positive, friendly and supportive Neurological Complex Care Centre situated in Hereford, Herefordshire. The Hospital has a very positive and supportive work environment with a brilliant long-standing team. The culture of the hospital is very team orientated and the Managers have an open-door policy and are very approachable and respectful; everyone's contribution is valued.
Service Details: This Hospital caters for the specific needs for males and females aged over 18 years who have complex neurological care requirements. The Hospital is split across four wards. They offer therapies and activities which include Physiotherapy and Art therapy and receives input from a professor in Neuropsychiatry and monthly specialist GP clinics. They have a full multi-disciplinary team to support their patients specific and/or changing needs in a warm and homely environment.
Shifts : The hospital can accommodate part-time or full-time hours and they can be flexible with shifts. They are happy to consider fixed shift patterns and they are happy to consider nurses who prefer working days only or nights only. Please state if you have any preferences on your hours and/or shift pattern in your application.
Location : The Hospital is located in a rural setting so having access to a car is essential.
Training / Induction and opportunities for development and progression: The hospital offers a structured and thorough 2-week induction programme, which will include various training courses. You will also have access to clear and structured development programmes where you can see clear pathways to progression within the hospital. Training and development is one of the major ethos' of the hospital. There are no limits to training and development as the hospital will fund any training course you would like to do that is relevant to your job role.
Staff wellbeing: The hospital has a monthly staff wellbeing budget and regularly host wellbeing events for their staff. For example, next month a massage therapist is coming into the hospital for 3 days to give massages to nurses for free. The hospital also does regular breakfast mornings, whereby the hospital director comes round with bacon / sausage butties or Krispy Kreme's for all staff. The hospital also does monthly and quarterly staff raffles - some of the recent prizes have been 'a city break for two' or '£1,500 worth of holiday vouchers'.
Applications will be held in the strictest confidence.