Registered General Nurse Job
Routes Healthcareare looking to recruit nurses in the Accrington area for a gentleman who is fully dependent for all his care needs, he has a tracheostomy, fed via jejunostomy, and is extremely complex.
You must have at least 6-12 months post registration experience, experience of working in clients homes, good communicator, clinical skills and experience in trachy care, PEG feeding, moving and handling training, clinical assessment and care plan updating, teaching, assessing and mentoring experience, car driver preferred.
If you possess clinical competence, kindness and compassion, strive when working under pressure, have a willingness to deliver care in a dignified setting and want to be assured of working with an organisation who’s ethos is “excellence in all we do” please apply now.
- Flexible working arrangements
- Competitive rates of pay
- Life long learning
- 24hour on call support,365 days a year
- Assistance with professional portfolio
- Support from expert consultants based in local offices
- Health and Social care experts
If this opportunity is for you please contact Lisa Livsey to arrange an interview on: 01706 751245 or email your CV: email@example.com
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