Registered General Nurse (Band 5 and equivalent) Nights PT – Madelayne Court – Portstewart

Registered General Nurse Part Time, nights

Hours of work: 24 hours per week

Rate of Pay: £18.87 per hour

At Kathryn Homes, we are proud of our reputation as a leading care home operator, providing compassionate, person-centred care to older people, including those living with dementia

It takes a truly special person, with inspirational passion and a kind nature to make a real difference to the lives of others. Our skilled and motivated teams are truly dedicated in every aspect of their important and highly valued roles to ensure that an excellent residential care service is continuously provided.

Every team member understands that our residents are individuals with their own rich life histories and interesting stories to tell, and by joining us, you will have the wonderful opportunity to give your time and attention to them.

As a Registered Nurse with Kathryn Homes, professionalism, teamed with kindness and compassion, will be at the core of everything you do. Your role will entail planning and implementing the kind of care that will give our residents a real sense of security, dignity, and independence.

You will get to know our residents and their families – helping to ensure that truly personalised care is delivered.

You will need to be an excellent qualified nurse and experience in a care home environment is desirable but not essential as full support is given. You will be responsible for administering prescribed medicines in accordance with company’s and NMC guidelines, apply surgical dressings and give other forms of treatment. You will assess all aspects of each Resident’s care needs, deal with any medical emergencies that may arise, whilst maintaining accurate records and ensuring that each Resident has an individualised Care Plan. The role of Registered Nurse also includes delivering clinical excellence in a professional manner through direct Nursing care whilst effectively leading and supervising a multidisciplinary team responsible for maintaining the highest standards of care.

The successful candidate will have a kind, caring, and calm approach, with excellent communication and interpersonal skills, along with the ability to establish and maintain relationships with Residents, relatives, and colleagues.

Experience / Qualification:

NMC Registered

Prior experience as a Registered Nurse

Excellent Communication skills

Have excellent skills and knowledge of the job role

Benefits:

Comprehensive induction and ongoing paid training to develop your career

Quality training to enhance your skills

Access to regular covid-19 testing

Quality PPE provided

High IPC and sanitisation standards

Welfare support

Buddy scheme – to help you settle in

Free uniform

28 days annual leave

Pension scheme

Fast track career options

All appointments are subject to safer recruitment requirements to ensure the safeguarding of adults. All positions will involve appropriate checks and clearances.

Reference ID: 147670INE

Job Types: Part-time, Permanent

Salary: £18.87 per hour

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