Are you a Bury-based band 5 Registered Mental Health Nurse looking for a flexible new opportunity, earning a competitive salary of between £18.98 to £27.93 per hour? At Search Healthcare, we're working closely with our client, a healthcare provider who provides high-quality adult mental health care within their in-patient facilities to the residents of Lancashire.
We have shifts available on various wards including female and male acute, later life, PICU and mixed assessment units. You will need to be available in your role as a support worker for a minimum of 2 shifts per week. We have regular shifts available to work around your lifestyle, including early/late/nights and weekends.
This rewarding RMN position based in Bury pays between £18.98 to £27.93 per hour. As an RMN, you will be responsible for delivering outstanding care.
The Registered Mental Health Nurse role remuneration package includes:
- Flexibility, with regular shifts that suit your lifestyle
- Excellent rates of pay including holiday pay
- Free mandatory and specialist training
- Free DBS checks and uniform
- Incentives including an excellent bonus scheme for recommending friends and colleague
The successful candidate for this role as a Registered Mental Health Nurse in Bury will have a minimum of six months paid experience in the last year working in a mental health hospital. They will also have a valid NMC registration and will complete our compliance requirements.
Think you'd be a good fit for this role? Please apply now for our fast track application service.
Applications for this rewarding RMN nurse position in Bury can be made by sending your CV to firstname.lastname@example.org or by calling
Kate on 016 835 8372.
Search is an equal opportunities employer and applications from individuals are encouraged regardless of age, disability, sex, gender reassignment, sexual orientation, pregnancy and maternity, race, religion or belief, and marriage and civil partnerships.
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