Staff Nurse - Days/Nights


Location:
Oxford, Oxfordshire, England OX4 4DZ
Type:
Permanent
Pay:
£41600 - £49920 per annum + plus benefits
Seniority:
Worker Bee
Client Group:
Older People
Older Persons Mental Health
Hours:
Days & Nights
Reference:
EM1411-OXF

Stamina, a sense of humour, attention to detail, empathy - just some of the characteristics of a good nurse.

Can you bring these and more?

Are you a UK Registered Nurse looking for a change?

Would you like to work with a national care provider who aim to provide the highest standards of person-centered care?

Paying up to £24 per hour, you might be looking for:

  • day/night shifts,
  • full/part time hours


Other benefits to be had include employee bonus scheme, ongoing development and training, blue light discount card, paid DBS, uniform provided, onsite parking and subsidised meals.

Reporting to the Deputy Manager, you will provide hands-on nursing care, utilising a range of clinical procedures, have a leading role in the care, well-being and quality of life of the residents, including care planning, medication and admin duties, whilst working as part of an outstanding team.

So, if you are a qualified Nurse (RGN, RMN or RNLD), reliable, hardworking, and looking for your forever job, please call the Recruitment Panda office for a conversation in confidence about this vacancy or just generally about your next Registered Nurse, Senior Nurse, Clinical Lead or even Home Manager career move, please apply with CV.

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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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