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    Staff Nurse RMN - Private Hopsital

  • Job type: Permanent
  • Sector: Nursing Division
  • Location: Preston, Lancashire
  • Salary: £16.50 per hour
  • Date posted: 25/08/2017
  • Job reference: CMS027581'2002_1503633633

Clayton Nursing is currently assisting a 60-70 bedded Nursing Home offering Nursing / Residential / Rehabilitation care for residents with enduring Mental Health issues and neurological disorders in the Preston area.

We are searching for a full time RMN for 36-48 hours per week, days or nights and our client is offering a generous rate of £16. Shifts are 7:00am - 19:00pm and 19:00pm 7:00am.

This is a well established service with a supportive team and the chance for progression within the home.

The candidate will have the ability to organise own workload with regard to assessing resident needs, planning,
implementation and evaluation of a programme of care which is evidence based utilising all available resources taking into consideration the lifestyle, gender and cultural background and ensure involvement with the residents, family, carers and significant others.
Maintain a culture where clinical practice is proactive and responsive to the changing healthcare needs of the resident.

Benefits of working for this company

Ongoing training and development to aid PDP
Support with re-validation
Staff Meals provided
DBS payment
Work Place Pension Scheme

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

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