RGN Acute Medicine
£20.17 - £38 per hour + Weekly pay, Holiday Pay (PAYE)
Do you enjoy of a challenge and want to work with an energetic team in a fastpaced environment? This role is perfect for you. Work within University Hospital Wales to support their 38 bed short stay medicine ward. Nursing is always a demanding profession but you will be calm in a crisis and make decisions quickly to support your patients and team alike. As an RGN on the Assessment Unit you will work closes with the EU and be comfortable working with a large variety of patients throughout your working week. Pay rates for experienced RGNs start at £20.17 and immediate starts are available.
As well as attractive rates of pay, with Randstad you receive
- Free CPD Accredited Training
- Online, interactive rota
- Your own dedicated Consultant
- Revalidation support and clinical supervisions
- Last but not least, refer your friends and receive £300 (Ts & Cs Apply)
Working as part of the nursing team on the Assessment Unit you will
- Assess and treat patients in a high turnover setting
- Administer medication to residents
- Work with an MDT to enhance nursing care within the ward
The minimum requirements for this role are:
- NMC registered RGN
- Experience working within the NHS in a similar role would be highly advantageous
- Ability to commit to shifts across MonSun as well as training where necessary
If you are a dedicated, impassioned RGN looking for a new challenge and you want to apply for this position, or simply find out more, call the office on######### and ask for Sam or apply directly below.
Randstad Care acts as an employment business when supplying temporary staff and as an employment agency when introducing candidates for permanent employment with a client. Randstad Care is an equal opportunities employer and decisions are made on merits alone.
Did you know that Randstad Care have been awarded a place on the National Clinical Staffing Framework for the NHS? This means we will be able to bring you more opportunities within nursing & midwifery and clinical staffing.
Posted 27 days ago