||Qualified Nurses Required.
We have exciting positions available for experienced, qualified nurses. We work hard to find great jobs for great nurses, and great nurses for great jobs.
Our client is a major player in the nursing & care home sector and has over 350 homes across all corners of the UK. Whether you are an RGN, RMN or RNLD, we probably have the ideal job for you, whether you are looking for full-time or part-time hours or working as part of a flexible nurse staff bank. Part-time is usually 22-hours per week while full-time is generally 33 or 44-hours per week, and we have days only, nights only or a mixture of both available.
Key Skills and Experience
- Respectful of the values, views and needs of others
- Experience of delivering nursing care within elderly health care sector
- Experience of participating in quality and clinical governance programmes
This is what our client says about themselves.
We don’t run nursing facilities. We create homes. The most supportive, caring, warmest homes there are. As a nurse, you’ll play a huge part in that as you help us to make even more of our resident’s smile. In turn, you’ll be smiling too as you enjoy a choice of shifts, competitive pay, brilliant benefits and a faster, supportive route to management, if that’s what you want. We have the tools, technology and talented people to help you provide the nursing care you work hard to deliver. There’s every opportunity to progress (in every possible way too, whether part time, full time or bank). People will look up to you, and you’ll never look back. We don’t see different faces every day - We make a difference to the same faces, every day.
Seen as specialists in dementia care and RCN accredited, we’ll support you to be the best too, no matter what area of nursing is in your future. Nurses here are respected from day one. Developing, implementing and evaluating personalised care plans with our residents and multi-disciplinary team, you’ll be the go-to person, leader and mentor for all things clinical in the home. That kind of responsibility isn’t for everyone. But if you’re a nurse who wants to step up, collaborate and handle medicine management, you’ll develop clinical skills, confidence and our full trust.
We are not about seeing ten different patients every day. It’s about getting to know each of our residents, their families and most of all, their needs. You really will become an important part of their life, as you ensure they feel settled and welcomed from the moment they join us. And we hope they’ll become a big part of yours too. It’s not always easy. Our residents all have different needs, wants and ambitions, so you’ll need to be a nurse who’ll go that extra mile for the smile. Innovation is important to us. We’ve tools and technology in place to enable you to focus on building relationships. And even a team whose job it is to improve everyone’s quality of life, from looking at our environment to supporting recruitment to listening to your ideas. It’s all about supporting you to do what you do best; nurse.
If this sounds like the type of employer you are looking to work for, or you just want to find out more, why not call our friendly resourcing team today on 01270 213710 or by emailing firstname.lastname@example.org
- Ensure the highest possible standards of care, assessing residents' needs and wishes, and developing services to enhance their quality of life.
- Champion appropriate independence & personal choice, developing, reviewing and updating care plans to meet resident’s physical, social and psychological needs.
- Oversee all aspects of medicine management on your shift, ensuring medicines are appropriately received, stored and administered.
- Ensure all elements of resident experience are positive, from admission to discharge and all that goes in between.
- Ensure compliance with all legal, regulatory and best practice guidelines and identify, investigate and resolve risks proactively.
- Support, guide, teach and mentor others in line with the NMC Code, following its guidance always.
- Act as a reflective and developmental practitioner, participating to continual professional development and meeting the requirements of professional revalidation.