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Lucrative Agency Nursing - (Staff Nurse/RGN/RMN)

Job Description

EARN between £200 and £300 per Shift as a Staff Nurse (RGN/RMN). 

HAMILTON CROSS NURSE(S) (RGN/RMN) EARN FROM £750 TO £1500 PER WEEK  

*  ENJOY A FLEXIBLE WORKING LIFESTYLE WHILST EARNING ££££


Registered Staff Nurse (s) (RGN and RMN) - Locum/Agency Shifts (Days, Nights, Weekends)


REGULAR SHIFTS, FLEXIBLE HOURS TO SUIT, FULL TIME HOURS, PART TIME HOURS OR OCCASIONAL SHIFTS. RGN and RMN opportunities.


The Role


Due to extremely high client demand, HAMILTON CROSS is seeking experienced Staff Nurse(s) (RGN and RMN) to work Locum/Agency Shifts within private sector Nursing. The Registered Staff Nurse (RGN / RMN) provides dynamic leadership to the support team while ensuring that patients receive the highest quality of care and support. This role requires a Registered Staff Nurse (RGN / RMN) with initiative, excellent interpersonal communication skills, and good time management. This is a great opportunity to advance your career; we offer market-leading compensation in addition to the opportunity to utilize and develop your nursing skills in different environments.


The Company



With roots dating back to the 1980s, HAMILTON CROSS delivers the highest possible standard of care and exceptional customer service through providing care and support to individuals in their homes and by supplying quality Nurses to the private and public sector, including NHS hospitals, private hospitals and a wide range of other Healthcare settings. 

Staff Nurse / RGN / RMN / Agency / Locum


Job Requirements

Responsibilities:


As a Locum/Agency Staff Nurse (RGN / RMN) you will ENJOY a FLEXIBLE WORKING LIFESTYLE whilst ensuring that care and support is delivered in accordance with the needs and wishes of the service users and the clinical lead. You will also be responsible for assisting the support manager in the development and maintenance of high quality person centred services, utilising every ounce of your nursing experience and training to meet often highly complex needs.