Night Nurse


Location:
Newquay, Cornwall, England TR7 2NG
Type:
Permanent
Pay:
£16.50-£18.50 per hour, negotiable plus benefits
Seniority:
Worker Bee
Client Group:
Older People
Older Persons Mental Health
Hours:
Nights
Reference:
EM346261553

Nurses I need you!

I have been asked to find a missing piece for the puzzle that is so nearly solved. 

I love my role as a recruiter, I like to find nurses really good jobs, jobs where nurses are not just a number, where they are part of a team, that genuinely care for their residents. 

This is one role that I really want to find the perfect candidate for.

This independent Nursing Homes has got Care and Employment right, they pay well, the shift times are great. The ratios are good, and the manager has been in post for 14 years, she loves this home like her own (it isn't), her door is always open, with a relaxed calm approach, and a supportive nature.

So my perfect candidate

LOVES GIVING GREAT CARE

IS HAPPY TO TAKE CHARGE AT NIGHT

HAS AN NMC PIN 

WANTS A NEW ROLE

If you think you might be the right person for this lovely job, do give me a call and try to convince me.


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. NC0320RP1-NB


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Emma Mansell

Emma joined Recruitment Panda in 2016, an enthusiastic professional with a real ability to multitask in an effective manner.

As a midwife, she mentored and trained Students, Maternity Support Workers and other HCP's and has a very good understanding of the benefits and constraints that affect both clinical and residential care.

She has two children, a flock of chickens, two horses and four cats. 


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