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Learning Disability Nurse

  • Salary: £23 - £26 per annum
  • Location: Berkshire
  • Date posted: 17-10-2018
  • Sector: Social Care
  • Job type: Temporary / Shift Work
  • Job reference: Sue RNLD_1539767937

An extremely prestigious Nursing Home in Berkshire are looking for an experienced Learning Disability Nurse to join them on a temporary basis.

Shift Patterns: both days and nights available - completely flexible!

This is a brilliant opportunity for you to make a difference to the lives of those living with debilitating illnesses in Berkshire. You must be experienced in this field and passionate about the care you would be providing for this well-established Nursing Home.

Benefits to you as the Nurse:

  • Excellent pay rate
  • Flexible hours
  • Extremely supportive Nurses' management team
  • Free training provided by Charles Hunter Associates' Nurse division
  • Free DBS provided through Charles Hunter Associates
  • Opportunity to become a permanent member of the Nurses' team
  • Out of hours service at Charles Hunter Associates for any issues which may arise!

To join the Nursing Team, you must have:

  • Current NMC PIN
  • Current certificate for Mandatory Training
  • Experience working in residential settings
  • Excellent communication skills - both verbal and written
  • Good literacy knowledge for following medication timetables and care plans accurately
  • NG Feed & Pegg Feed an advantage

Location of Nursing Home: Berkshire

Salary: £23-25 per hour

If you are interested in applying for this Nurse position, you will need to follow the instructions to apply. Alternatively, if you would like to ask any questions about this Nurse opportunity or any other Nurse vacancies, you can email Sue at or call on 0118 948 5555 (option 2).

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