Location: Solihull, Birmingham
Salary: £16.57per hour (Equivalent to £36,188 per annum) + Paid Breaks
Hours: 42, Nights
Shifts: 3 shifts one week , 4 shifts the next week
Time Recruitment are currently selecting for a Staff Nurse RGN (registered general nurse) to join an award winning provider, which was originally established to care for the severely injured troops returning from the battlefields of World War. As a Staff nurse you will play important role ensuing care is received to a high standard.
This service is a charity dedicated to providing excellent levels of care for the elderly, it has also recently won an award for Dementia care being recognised for exceptional person-centred care scoring the highest at distinction level.
The service most recent CQC is fantastic scoring "OUTSTANDING" also comments on excellent staffing levels.
The home accommodates for 60 residents, which is split into 3 community houses the top floor has 15 beds for general nursing and residential. The ground floor is split into two sections with 15 beds on each unit for Dementia patients. You will be working on both units with 30 beds in total and will be supported by 4 carers who are trained to an extremely high level.
All breaks and handovers are paid alongside a wealth of benefits listed below:
"30 days holiday
"Extensive training and development
"Lengthy induction period
"Staff referral fee's
The company works on a rolling rota ensuring the shifts are fair and are open to considering part time or full time members of staff who are passionate about the delivery of high care and ensuring the war veterans of Birmingham are cared for in a respected and dignified way.
This is a genuinely exciting opportunity for a staff nurse to join a company that puts the needs of both residents and all staff at the front.
If you have any questions or wish to know more about the position contact Larissa at Time today!
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This position will be suitable for: Staff Nurse, Senior Nurse, Registered General Nurse, RGN, or RN.