Night Nurse

Client Group:
• Older People
• Older Persons Mental Health
Seniority:
Worker Bee
Reference:
DR344157770
Location:
Bridgend, Mid Glamorgan, WalesCF31 1JE
Job Type:
Permanent
Job Hours:
Nights
Pay:
£16.50-£18.50 per hour, negotiable plus benefits

About the job

Nurses dispense comfort, compassion & care without even a prescription 

 

I don’t typically work day shifts, but when i do...

I burn, I go blind and I cry a little at times

 

Is this true?

Are you a compassionate and care filled night nurse? 

I am recruiting for professional caring nurses, who prefer the peace and quiet of the night shift.  

These are good or outstanding rated nursing homes, which offer tremendous employment to the right kind of nurses.  Salaries are competitive.

Paid breaks, 5.6 weeks holiday, pension contributions, training and development to your own speciality. 

I have checked ratios, standards, culture and ethos, I genuinely believe these are all excellent roles, with realistic opportunities to go up the career ladder.

Call us and have a no nonsense chat about the roles and homes we deal with.  

We only work with companies that understand the importance of nurses wellbeing

Requirements for this position

If you are: - A qualified Nurse (RGN, RMN or RNLD) - Reliable - Hard working - Looking for your forever job Then please call the Recruitment Panda office for a conversation in confidence about this job vacancy or just generally about your next Registered Nurse, Senior Nurse, Clinical Lead or even Home Manager career move, please apply with CV. NC1019RP1-NE


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Debbie Richardson

Debbie Richardson has a strong affiliation with the healthcare sector, after witnessing the excellent standard of care her Grandfather received from nursing professionals while in a care home suffering from dementia. 


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