Night Nurse - Monday and Tuesday - Bristol - Set Nights

Bristol, Bristol, England BS14 0bZ
£33280 - £38480 per annum + 5.6 wks hols, overtime pay
Worker Bee
Client Group:
Older People
Older Persons Mental Health

Night Nurse

2 set nights

Wonderful Nursing Home


One of my favourite Nursing Home Managers would like me to find her a Night Nurse.

Her home is big, 70 beds, divided into two units, there are always two nurses on duty at night working with a team of carers and med trained Care Practitioners.

It is a seriously great company, with a supportive and kind approach for their staff. They do deal with a lot of EOL and Palliative, and as a result, have an onsite counsellor full time to emotionally support their staff.

They are committed to training staff, if you are somebody with an interest in Palliative care and would like to take it further, they will support you in your learning, even placing you on seconment with a Hospice, whilst you undertake the Module at UWE.

If you are an experienced nurse, looking for two set nights, Monday and Tuesday every week, with the occaisional option of overtime to cover annual leave etc.

COVID - if you have to isolate, etc, this company will continue to pay you at your normal rate.

Do please call me in the first instance, I don't even need a CV, lets just chat about this truly lovely organisation and see if you would like to take it further.

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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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