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Registered Nurse
Job Description

Hays Healthcare have an exciting opportunity for all nurses working within the York area. We are looking for nurses who are able to commit to three day shifts per week, across a three month period. Following this three month period, successful applicants will have the opportunity to move onto a more flexible shift pattern (day or night shifts). The positions available will be based on general medical wards.

We will consider nurses from a variety of backgrounds, including care homes, private hospitals, overseas, ex-NHS, military, return to practice etc. All applicants must be registered with Nursing and Midwifery Council (NMC).

This is an excellent opportunity for individuals to gain a foothold into NHS nursing. By working the required day shifts, you will be placed alongside more experienced nurses who will help support, train and supervise you in order to develop your nursing skills.

Through working with Hays, you will receive a range of exclusive benefits:

  • Excellent pay rates
  • Free CRB check
  • Free Hays branded uniform
  • Free mandatory training
  • A generous £250 referral bonus for those who successfully refer another candidate*

*Terms and Conditions apply

Moreover you will enjoy industry leading customer service and support from the very start of your registration process. Once cleared, you will be allocated an experienced consultant who will be your sole point of contact regarding all matters including work and pay.

If this role is one which is not for you, please get in contact with us as we have a variety of roles available in the Healthcare sector which you could be suited for.

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