Night Nurse


Location:
Helston, Cornwall, England TR13 8EU
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:
EM347142911

One of my lovely clients is looking for a wonderful Night Nurse to join their team.

But of course all Nurses are wonderful, so you've got that bit covered!

We are looking for qualified nurses either RGN or RMN with a current PIN, nursing home experience, a good understanding of CQC requirements and a passion for elderly care, including Dementia. End of Life and Palliative Care.

This is a great opportunity to secure a post in a quality organisation with a friendly team atmosphere.

As a Nurse in a care home setting, you will look after the physical, social and psychological needs of the residents, offering person centred quality care and really making a difference to the individual you care for. You will provide a safe and supportive environment and use your nursing experience and clinical knowledge to make the right decisions for residents.


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. NC0520RP1-NE


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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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