Nursing Home, Mental Health
£17.00 per hour (NHS Band 6) | 36 hours per week | Nights Only | Privately Owned Nursing Home
A leading elderly, dementia and mental health care home in the North-West London area has an exciting opportunity for an RGN or RMN qualified Staff Nurse to join their clinical team.
What the home is offering and details of this Staff Nurse RGN/RMN position:
• 36 hours per week
• Nights Only
• Fantastic rates of pay offered at £17.00 per hour (NHS Band 6)
• A friendly and supportive working environment
As Staff Nurse RGN/RMN, you will manage and implement care for a caseload of residents in the home, ensuring care plans are up to date and meeting both resident needs and legal requirements. You will also safely manage and administer drugs and medications, in addition to leading a team of HCAs on shift in the delivery of high-quality care.
What our client is looking for in a Staff Nurse RGN/RMN:
• Qualified Adult General Nurse/RGN or Mental Health Nurse/RMN
• NMC Registered
• Good communication and interpersonal skills
• A positive, proactive approach and committed to delivering the highest standards of care
• Excellent organisation, administrative and written skills
To apply now, please follow the link provided.
Alternatively, please call Paul Smith at SYK Recruitment now on 02039 630361.
Please note any offers of employment are subject to an Enhanced DBS 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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