Staff Nurse (RMN/RNLD)
- Job Reference: 00026952-1
- Date Posted: 11 November 2020
- Recruiter: CV-Library
- Location: Croydon, London
- Salary: £17.50 to £18.00 Per Hour
- Sector: Healthcare & Medical, Science & Technology, Covid-19
- Job Type: Permanent
Are you a Staff Nurse looking for full-time NIGHTS role in Croydon? Leaders In Care are working exclusively with a leading specialist rehab hospital in Croydon, and they are looking for a full time registered nurse to join their experienced team. This Registered Nurse role comes with a competitive salary of between £17.50 and £18 p/a.
You will need to be a flexible RN (RMN/RNLD) with experience in adult acute MH, low secure or rehabilitation environments. Registered Mental Health nurses and Registered Learning Disabilities nurses with experience in different settings will also be considered, as will newly qualified nurses looking for a preceptorship nursing position.
To apply for this Staff Nurse role in Croydon, you will need:
A valid nursing qualification (RGN, RMN or RNLD), with a current NMC PIN
Previous experience working as a staff nurse, or recent qualification
A committed, collaborative and inclusive approach
Excellent verbal, written and people communication skills
As an integral part of a multi-disciplinary team, you will be responsible for the assessment, formulation, implementation and evaluation of person-centred care plans for our clients, working alongside colleagues to provide the very best standards of clinical care.
Some of the great things about this RN healthcare role:
A salary of up to £18 p/h, which represents a possible £37,000 plus enhancements for overtime shifts
Paid breaks and enhancements for public holidays
Affiliation with the nearby universities to offer funding on course up to masters level
Access to an in house trainer to help further your skills and career
So, if you are a Staff Nurse with a passion for rehabilitation and feel you have all the skills, motivations and credentials outlined, click apply or call Ehsan at Leaders In Care on (phone number removed).
COVID-19 has put extra pressure on all nursing services primarily in the NHS, so your help and support filling these vacancies are much appreciated