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  • Job type: Permanent
  • Sector: Nursing Division
  • Location: Rochdale, Greater Manchester
  • Salary: £31000 per annum + EXCELLENT BENEFITS
  • Date posted: 23/08/2017
  • Job reference: CMS029277'2002_1503511229

The Clayton Group are supporting in the recruitment of a STAFF NURSE RGN / RMN/ RNLD to work in one of the countries best Neuro rehabilitation hospitals based in Rochdale.

You will be part of an amazing close knit team delivering flexible t therapy led specialised 24 hour nursing and therapy services to patients, aimed at meeting the individual needs of the residents to maximise rehabilitation potential into an independent living setting. To be successful in your application you should be able to demonstrate experience in either neuro rehabilitation, ABI, stoke rehabilitation / after care.

You will benefit from:-
*Various shift options (long days /nights /rotational)
*Attractive rates of pay of £31,000
*28 days annual leave increasing plus bank holidays
*Ongoing training and development
*Contributory Pension scheme

You will be:-
*nurse Qualified with full NMC registration
*Evidence of ongoing professional development / relevant experience
*Up to date clinical knowledge and skills
*Ability and willingness to take responsibility & lead a shift effectively
*A friendly, considerate personality with great communication skills
*Ability to work in an emotionally challenging environment

For more information on this exciting opportunity and for the chance of an immediate interview please contact Sam or hit apply to submit your CV.

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