Salary: £36,593.80 – £38,672.35 per annum (inclusive of unsociable allowance) Salary dependent on experience.
Hours: 44 per week (on roster basis)
There is the option to work 37.5 hours per week which has a salary of £27,280.50 to £29,120.39 per annum (plus unsocial supplements). Salary dependent on experience.
We want to make excellent care even better
Nightingale Hammerson has two care homes located in south west and north west London and we are looking to recruit Registered Nurses (either RGN or RMN) for our Nightingale House site, in Balham SW12. We provide residential, nursing, dementia and palliative care to nearly 200 older members of the Jewish community on this site.
As one of our Nurses you will assess, plan, deliver and evaluate a high standard of person centred care, with an holistic view of the individual needs of each resident. This will involve liaising with residents, relatives, our GPs and the wider multidisciplinary team on site.
You will be responsible for managing the unit in the absence of the Unit Manager, and will be in charge of the unit during your shifts, as well as having longer term supervisory responsibility for allocated junior members of staff.
We know we are already providing excellent care to our residents and we want to work with Nurses who will help us to make that even better; so you will take pride in your profession and value your personal development and continuous improvement of yours and others practice. You will also have the opportunity to undertake student mentorship or mentorship preparation studies as part of our active student placement program
You will need to be RGN or RMN qualified with a current NMC pin number, have experience of working with older people (ideally in a care home setting) and you will have the right to work in the UK.
Knowledge and experience of working with dementia and palliative care client groups would be beneficial.
A full job description can be downloaded below.
To apply, you must complete both the application forms and declaration form downloadable below. Please also complete the equal opportunities monitoring form and return this together with the other documents to the Human Resources team by emailing Human Resources. You’ll find guidance on how to complete your application form below.
- Guidance For Applicants
- Application Form – Part 1
- Declarations Form – Part 2
- Equal Opportunities Monitoring Form
We are only able to consider applications from candidates who are eligible to work in the UK. Before offering any position we require, amongst other formalities, satisfactory clearance from the Disclosure & Barring Service (DBS).
Commitment to Equal Opportunities
Nightingale Hammerson is committed to ensuring equal opportunity for all applicants and in order to assist us in monitoring the effectiveness of our policy, we ask all applicants to complete an Equal Opportunities form.
The information provided on this form is used only for monitoring purposes and the form is not considered as part of the application process.