|Posting date:||09 September 2019|
|Salary:||£16.48 per hour|
|Closing date:||09 October 2019|
As a Nurse with Leonard Cheshire you’ll be responsible and accountable for providing the highest standards of nursing, clinical and personal support, while promoting independence and choice to our customers. Leading a team of support staff you will ensure the smooth and efficient management of the shift, prioritising, planning and delegating activities for the support team.
Be a registered nurse (current registration with NMC).
Have thorough and up-to-date knowledge of nursing theory and best practice at the level of a qualified nurse (level 5).
Be able to demonstrate effective nursing practice in all basic registered nurse procedures.
Work flexibly within rostered hours and on-call rota as required.
Please see the Job Description for further details.
In return we offer a great range of employee schemes and benefits, including generous annual leave, discounts for high street retailers, contributory pension scheme and so much more!
Leonard Cheshire welcomes applications from all sections of the community. We actively encourage applications from people with a disability, supporting where possible, your requirements for reasonable adjustments.
A satisfactory disclosure check (PVG membership in Scotland) is required for this post.
Shortlisting for this role will take place as applications are received. We therefore reserve the right to close this vacancy once suitable candidates have been appointed.
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