We are actively looking for Paramedics and Registered Nurses to carry out Covid swab tests for our client based in the TV & Film industry.

You can work various shifts or full-time on a temporary basis.

Locations of work are currently Maidenhead, the South East and the M25 Corridor.

All shifts will be 12 hours starting as early as 5.30/6am.

Skills and Requirements

  • All nurses need to be a minimum Band 5 or come from a clinical background and be registered with the Health and Care Professions Council (HCPC), General Dental Council (GDC) or other relevant council.
  • You will be required to supply your own black or navy (preferably black) scrub top.
  • An Enhanced DBS is required
  • You will need to supply 3 years’ worth of references.

Roles Available:

Static Site Nurses - Must be car drivers and have their own car

£250 a day Weekdays/£275 Weekends/£312 Bank Holidays - 12-hour shifts

This role is working on their static sites, but you could go on location and do night shoots where required.

Any Temp working here must be happy to work throughout the entire production as they like the same staff, so this will need to be your only job for the duration of the production, or you can work a minimum of 2/3 set days for the production duration.

Mobile Nurses - No need to be a car driver or have your own vehicle

£250 a day Weekdays/£275 Weekends/£312 Bank Holidays - 12-hour shifts

You will be required to attend the client’s main office in Slough to collect kit then, following the route given, you will be swab testing cast and crew members in numerous locations across London and the South East.

They do have a limited number of drivers available for non-driver HCAs.

On Call Nurses- Must be car drivers and have their own car

£250 a day Weekdays/£275 Weekends/£312 Bank Holidays - 12-hour shifts

The on-call rate is £100 (they get this if they do not get called out or if they get called out with less than 24 hours’ notice)

This would work for a nurse that can do shifts between their normal full-time role.

Swabbing kit will be given to the on-call nurses to keep in their car and they can be called as early as 6am or late as 10pm but the 10pm call will more than likely be to ask if they can attend somewhere the following day.

Required skills

  • Healthcare
  • NHS
  • Nurse
  • Testing
  • RGN

Application questions

Do you have a valid PIN number?
Do you have an advanced DBS check on the annual update service?
Are you registered with the HCPC or other relevant council?
Do you have your own transport?

Reference: 41580025

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