[NEW] Registered Nurse (Nights)
Job Title: Registered Nurse (NIGHTS) £19-23
Job Setting: Care Home / Nursing Home
Date Posted: 22 Oct 2020
Job Role: Nurse
Salary: £19.00 to £23.00 - Enhanced rates for overtime, weekends, bank holidays etc.
Hours: Full Time or Part Time
Job Location: Hindhead, Surrey
We are currently looking for an exceptional registered nurse with a family-orientated approach, on behalf of our residents, to be part of our fantastic team at The Huntington and Langham Estate.
We currently have one vacancy in each of our small homes (Huntington House and Langham Court), both in the same location. The first successful candidate will have first refusal as to which home they would prefer to work in.
Huntington House specialises in nursing care, while Langham Court specialises in dementia care. Both operate with the Butterfly approach, which allows residents to be 'Free to be me' and focuses as much on their overall wellbeing as it does on any medical conditions.
The role offers a balance of care and clinical responsibilities, and with our small homes (35 and 29 beds respectively), our nurses are afforded plenty of time to carry out their role and get to know the residents and their families, particularly when they are the Resident of the Day.
Set in over 30 acres, The Huntington & Langham Estate has been family owned and run since 1978 and we care about our staff as much as we do the people who live here, so this is a wonderful opportunity for someone who appreciates being appreciated.
Our homes and environment are unique and inspiring with a fun, friendly atmosphere, which is created by the amazing people living and working within them, like a true home should be.
What we think you'll love...
Our family-orientated ethos
The Butterfly approach
Small homes (35 beds or 29 beds)
What you need to know...
Will need to support the care team
Good management and leadership skills required
We pay £19 - £23 per hour* along with paid breaks, free meals & company pension scheme.
*(Salary rates are applicable upon successful completion of 6 months probationary period)