£40,000 p/a (In line with NHS Band 7) | 36 Hours - Days| Elderly Care | Good CQC Rating |
A privately owned care home situated a short commute away from Birmingham city centre is looking to take on a Registered Senior Nurse.
Details of this Senior Nurse role and what the home is offering:
• A permanent contract to work 36 hours per week on day shifts.
• Very competitive pay rates of £40,000 per hour depending on experience, which is in line with NHS Band 7 rates.
• Opportunity to work in a CQC compliant care home.
As Senior Staff Nurse, you will play a key role in shift management and ensuring high standards of care are maintained. You will provide cover for Unit Managers and will manage care plans, medications, nurses and HCAs to ensure a comprehensive clinical service.
What we are looking for:
• NMC registered Adult General Nurse/RGN
• Ideally experienced in a similar setting and have proven experience working in nurse-led long-term adult care
• Good communication and interpersonal skills and a kind, caring and compassionate approach
• Passionate about making a positive impact on the lives of others
If you would like to apply now, please follow the link provided.
For further details, please call Olivia Rock at SYK Recruitment now on (phone number removed).
Please note any offers of employment are subject to an Enhanced DBS/PVG/Access NI check and employment reference checks in addition to verification of UK professional registration (if applicable), right to work in the UK and Occupational Health clearance.
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