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The Clayton Group are currently recruiting for an experienced RGN for our clients medium sized Nursing Home situated in Accrington.

This home caters for Dementia, Mental Health, old age, Physical Disability and younger adults.

This role can offer both full or part time hours and an hourly rate of £17.

Applicants are required to be RGN trained and will have a genuine interest in working with the elderly.

Communication skills are essential and applicants must be able to communicate effectively at all levels.

Current NMC Registration is paramount.

Additional requirements
Experience of working in a general nursing home environment
Palliative care experience
Up to date clinical skills
Self motivated with the ability to lead a team of HCAs

For more information on this exciting opportunity and for the chance of an immediate interview please contact Steph on 01772259121 or email your CV to

Not the role for you? The Clayton Group recruit for a broad range of private sector nursing homes and hospitals placing Nurses of all disciplines, Deputy Managers, Clinical Leads, Home and Service Managers and much more.

Call our Nursing Division today on 01772 259121 to discuss your individual experience and requirements.

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