If you're a Southport-based RGN looking for a nursing role where you can fit the hours around your lifestyle, this is a great opportunity. We're on the lookout for more of our country's heroes: the frontline key workers dedicated to helping the fight against COVID-19.
We're proud to be partnering with an inclusive client looking for Registered General Nurses in Southport to cover flexible shift patterns, including long days and nights across seven days a week. So you'll need to be able to work weekends.
In return, you'll be supported by a friendly 24-hour team and will earn a competitive hourly rate and excellent benefits. COVID-19 has put extra pressure on nursing services, primarily in the NHS, so your support filling these vacancies is appreciated.
What you need to offer:
As a Registered General Nurse with relevant qualifications and expertise in a variety of healthcare jobs, you'll have up-to-date knowledge of nursing theory and best practice and unparalleled general nursing experience. You'll demonstrate effective support-worker and healthcare skills and nursing practice in all necessary RGD procedures. You'll need a minimum of six months' experience in a similar role and NMC registration.
Benefits of this Registered Nurse role:
You'll be paid a competitive rate every week, and will get holiday pay. You will have on-site training and a career-planning session (once it's safe to do so). You'll also benefit from a refer-a-friend bonus scheme. Other attractions include:
● Limited Company or PAYE workers welcome
● Free DBS checks and free uniform
● Flexible working hours and shifts
● Free re-validation service
If you are an empathetic, collaborative and qualified RGN living in or around Southport, please register your interest today by applying online (REF:557568) and a member of our recruitment team will be in contact. Rest assured, due to COVID-19. All interviews will be conducted online or on the phone for your health and safety.
Search is an equal opportunities recruiter and we welcome applications from all suitably skilled or qualified applicants, regardless of their race, sex, disability, religion/beliefs, sexual orientation or age.