Our client is the major Health facility on the beautiful Island of Guernsey, in the Channel Islands. We are seeking a committed and experienced Staff Nurse to join their busy Acute Surgical Ward team.
This is a full-time post but we are equally interested in hearing from practitioners seeking a part-time hours opportunity.
Medic International is a leading healthcare recruitment partner with particular expertise in the placement of the full range of Operating Theatre staff. As a nurse-led consultancy, our detailed understanding of the complexity and interdependency of theatre roles has placed us in an excellent position to match your skills with the specific requirements of our Recruiting Managers.
Our client delivers a diverse range of healthcare services, including diagnosing and treating patients within the hospital, and supporting people with disabilities in the wider community. Our client delivers excellent medical and surgical care supported by modern equipment and a very high standard of nursing care.
The island of Guernsey is in the Channel Islands and has a population of 65,000. It has some of Britain's finest and best-kept beaches, an especially mild and sunny climate, and an offbeat, historic harbor town in St. Peter's Port, the island's capital.
Registered Nurse with full registration with the NMC (not requiring a period of supervised placement).
A minimum of two years' post-graduate Acute Surgical Ward experience.
Successful applicants will enjoy support from a strong management team, and the opportunity to work alongside expert consultants and a multi-disciplinary team of other healthcare specialists. They will benefit from access to a dedicated professional and personal development program.
The benefits of working in Guernsey include:
- A competitive salary, plus £1,000 bonus after one year in post, and a further £3,000 upon completion of two years' service.
- A relocation package or single subsidised accommodation can be provided.
- A continental atmosphere where the people are friendly and taxes are considerably lower than the mainland.