Hays are seeking A&E nurses to work in Kent - flexible shifts and excellent rates available
Your new company
Hays Healthcare have an exciting opportunity for all RGN's who are looking to work in the A&E Department at Medway Hospital. We are seeking nurses with A&E experience, who are A&E trained or who are willing to work in accident and emergency departments as additional hands on duty. We can offer high volume day and night shifts to suit your availability.
Your new role
You will be experienced in hospital nursing and be able to demonstrate the ability to be decisive, confident and supportive whilst providing top quality nursing care to patients who can be in need of acute or general nursing care. You must also be confident in administration of medication and must be able to adapt to the face paced working environment
What you'll need to succeed
To be successful you must be RGN qualified and registered with the Nursing and Midwifery Council (NMC). You must also have a minimum of 6 months NHS experience
What you'll get in return
Through the role, you will receive a range of exclusive benefits from working with Hays:
- Excellent pay rates
- Free CRB check
- Free Hays branded uniform
- Free mandatory training
- A generous £250 referral bonus for those who successfully refer another candidate*
*Terms and Conditions apply Moreover you will enjoy industry leading customer service and support from the very start of your registration process. Once cleared, you will be allocated an experienced consultant who will be your sole point of contact regarding all matters including work and pay.
What you need to do now
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