Are you an international nurse with experience of looking after patients at the end of their lives, either in a hospital or community setting? Are you looking to join the NHS and be part of something special?
We are looking for compassionate nurses who will provide outstanding care and support to our patients and their loved ones within our hospices.
Previous experience of working within a palliative care setting is essential.
We are looking for nurses who have already sat and passed their English language test (IELTS or OET). Ideally, you will also have passed your CBT, or have a test date booked as a minimum.
We are keen to receive applications from Internationally registered nurses who have experience as outlined above and in return we have an excellent relocation package which include accommodation and flights.
You will initially join within an HCA capacity (working towards a Band 5 Registered Nurse) will be provided with the necessary training and support to prepare and successfully complete your OSCE, this includes:
• OSCE training programme to help you successfully pass your OSCE
• Transport & accommodation to the relevant OSCE centre with one funded attempt to pass your OSCE (subsequent attempts would be funded by yourself)
Upon successful completion of your OSCE, and registration with the NMC, you will join the workforce as a UK Registered Nurse.
When applying please state the speciality you are interested in and confirm how far you are into your journey to become a UK nurse.
This advert closes on Monday 3 May 2021
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