Staff Nurse - Fantastic nursing home

Posted 6 April by Appoint Group Easy Apply

Role: Staff Nurse ( RGN / RMN ) Nursing Home

Location: Lymington

Hours:Full time or Part time. Days or Nights

Pay: £16.58 - £19.38 plus paid breaks (£31,000 - £36,300)

Benefits: please see below

This is a fantastic opportunity for an experienced nurse to join an established nursing home with a great reputation. The home is situated in a picturesque town in Lymington. 5/5 FANTASTIC CQC

Registered Care Categories*: Old Age

More about you

You will be a qualified Registered Nurse ( RGN / RMN ) with a current NMC registration (PIN).

Whether newly qualified or more experienced, this provider has great career prospects for everyone!

Benefits:

  • offer truly competitive rates of pay plus excellent enhancements for nights and weekends
  • pay for annual professional subscriptions, including NMC registrations
  • support with studies and diploma qualifications (depending on job role)
  • excellent inductions, training and 'on the job' support
  • you'll be trained to the nationally recognised 'care certificate' standard
  • provide fantastic homely environments
  • work with friendly teams and a great support network of internal professionals
  • offer real career progression opportunities
  • annually review salaries and hourly pay rates
  • paid breaks
  • additional hours / overtime opportunities
  • hot meals on duty, choose from the daily menu
  • free uniforms provided
  • contributory pension scheme
  • DBS background checks at no cost to you
  • 'Extras' our exclusive employee discount scheme with access to a free advisory support service for team members and their families

Responsibilities:

  • Supporting and supervising unqualified staff to administer medication in accordance with best practice and prevailing NMC guidance, policies and procedures
  • Carry out all duties in a safe manner having regard for the health, safety and welfare of self, staff, residents and visitors and report accidents as necessary
  • Assess, plan, implement and evaluate person centred care for each individual that meets their needs and demonstrates outcomes within the expected time-scales
  • Establish and maintain good relationships with the people we support, their relatives and staff
  • Ensure that the people we support are treated with privacy, dignity and respect at all times
  • Maintain a sound knowledge of Care Quality Commission (or equivalent) and all other regulatory standards
  • Ensure individuals receive a nutritious balanced diet and adequate hydration in accordance with their plan of care

For more information or to apply, please call Rebecca on or email:

Reference: 34845661

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