• Older People |
• Older Persons Mental Health
• Learning Disability
• Adult General Nursing
|Pay:||GBP£31000 - £44000 per annum + NMC fees paid, 5.6 wks hols, overtime pay|
|Location:||Bristol, Bristol, England|
Emma has years of clinical experience working in both the private nursing home and NHS sectors.
Well I have been trying to write this advert for 6 hours, and to be truthful it has really flummoxed me. I want to be light hearted and jokey, at the same time as recognising the importance of Nurses, and the valuable role they undertake within Nursing Homes and the rewards they gain.
Let's talk about the REWARDS to start with
Nursing Home Night Nurse get to know their residents well, their idiosyncrasies their smiles, their characters.
Nursing Home Night Nurses get to know families and friends of their residents, they are recognised and thanked for their care on a regular basis.
Nursing Home Night Nurses earn good money, between £31,000 (Band 5) up to £44,000 (Band 6), depending on hours and experience.
Nursing Home Night Nurses start at 8 and finish at 8, they get to go to the loo, as required, they get free food, and their off dutys weeks in advance. Sounds too good to be true.
Nursing Home Night Nurses get to update and develop, with this company who will want to develop and upskill you, regularly, Responsibility is yours if you want it.
NUTS AND BOLTS
You will be required between 2 registered nurses and 4 carers to look after around 30 residents, and the drugs round is a doddle.
5.6 weeks paid leave, NMC fees paid and uniforms provided of course.
I am rambling, on and on and on, just give me a call and we can discuss opportunities that might suit you. I do sometimes make sense when people talk with me.