Senior Nurse, OUTSTANDING CQC nursing home - Dorchester

Appoint Group
£40,000 - £41,600/Year
02 Dec 2017
09 Dec 2017
Contract Type
Full Time
Senior Nurse ( RGN / RMN / STAFF NURSE )Location: Dorchester, DorsetSalary: £19.06 per hour plus enhancements for weekends and paid breaks (£41,600 per annum)Hours: 42This is a great opportunity to join a fantastic nursing home with a great reputation. This nursing home has achieved an OUTSTANDING on their CQC!Registered Care Categories*: Old AgeMore about youYou will be a qualified Registered Nurse ( RGN / RMN ) with a current NMC registration (PIN). Senior Nurses will be expected to support the other staff. You must have excellent up to date clinical skills, ideally including the following:VenepunctureCannulationCatheterisation (male / female)Certification of deathPeg feedsSyringe driversWound managementNutritionPalliative/end of lifeLeadership/supervision -Benefits:competitive rates of pay plus excellent enhancements for nights and weekendsthey pay for annual professional subscriptions, including NMC registrationssupport with studies and diploma qualifications (depending on job role)excellent inductions, training and 'on the job' supportyou'll be trained to the nationally recognised 'care certificate' standardwe provide fantastic homely environmentswork with friendly teams and a great support network of internal professionalsoffer real career progression opportunitiesannually review salaries and hourly pay ratespaid breaksadditional hours / overtime opportunitieshot meals on duty, choose from the daily menufree uniforms providedcontributory pension schemeDBS background checks at no cost to you'Extras' our exclusive employee discount scheme with access to a free advisory support service for team members and their familiesResponsibilities:Supporting and supervising unqualified staff to administer medication in accordance with best practice and prevailing NMC guidance, policies and proceduresCarry out all duties in a safe manner having regard for the health, safety and welfare of self, staff, residents and visitors and report accidents as necessaryAssess, plan, implement and evaluate person centred care for each individual that meets their needs and demonstrates outcomes within the expected time-scalesEstablish and maintain good relationships with the people we support, their relatives and staffEnsure that the people we support are treated with privacy, dignity and respect at all timesMaintain a sound knowledge of Care Quality Commission (or equivalent) and all other regulatory standardsEnsure individuals receive a nutritious balanced diet and adequate hydration in accordance with their plan of careFor more information or to apply, please call Rebecca on 01489 774213 or email: