Registered General Nurse - South Wales

South Wales
competitive salary with fully expensed company car or car allowance and fuel card
06 Jun 2018
04 Jul 2018
Nursing Field
Community Care, Hospital
Job Type

Lloyds Pharmacy Clinical Homecare is looking for an enthusiastic and driven permanent registered general nurse to work across South Wales.  The nurse will be field based and will be driving to deliver IV Infusions and TPN treatment’s to patients. The nurse will be responsible for the day to day care of a patient in their own home, offering clinical support that will help transform their lives on a one to one basis. This is a rewarding challenge for any nurse to empower patients to set and achieve goals that are important to them through training and regaining independence.

The benefits of the successful registered general Nurse are:

  • Excellent competitive Basic salary with free fully expensed Company Car or car allowance of £4,500 (Per annum) & Fuel card
  • Free uniform
  • 33 days annual leave (includes statutory holidays)
  • Free paid 4 day Clinical training programmer with access to clinical training certifications to enhance CPD
  • Free laptop, mobile phone, Sat Nav, tablet, printer and equipment provided
  • NMC fee’s paid after 1 year of service - Pro rata for Part time employees
  • Full/part time hours & rota’s sent 5 weeks in advance
  • Permanent Contract or Bank available
  • Private healthcare insurance, personal pension plan & Childcare vouchers
  • Referral Scheme (T&C apply)
  • Monthly supervisions and meetings with dedicated help and support 24/7

The Successful registered general nurse must:

  • Minimum 1 year post registration experience within an acute setting is desirable, however open to alternate settings if there is a personality fit
  • Valid NMC registration
  • Full UK driving license is mandatory and happy to drive
  • Proficient in the use of IT software, Microsoft Word, Excel etc.
  • Good Organizational and prioritization skills
  • Competent in the administration of IV drugs and infusion via all types of lines
  • Cannulation and venepuncture competency is desirable. Although not essential as training is provided