Additional Resources Ltd.
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RGNs & RMNs - Lancashire Area, England

RGNs & RMNs - Lancashire Area, England

Salary DOE/ TBC

Key Words - Enthusiastic, passionate, care of frail elderly clients, dementia trained, person-centred care, quality nursing, care promotion, enhanced dbs, days and nights shifts.



The company - Our client is a family run business and totally committed to providing excellence of care to their highly valued residents.

Each home in the Group has been purpose built to a high specification, providing residents with every facility required for their comfort and peace of mind.

There are beautiful gardens and views to enjoy.

Rooms are superbly appointed, elegant and tastefully designed..

The Role

Our client is looking for enthusiastic, passionate RMN/RGN's to join the team at their Homes in the locality on both full-time and part-time bases covering days and nights.



Job description

You will be required to have a commitment to person centred care and dementia, to promote quality of life combined with expert nursing : a challenging but extremely rewarding job.

This will be helping to care for the elderly and frail clients, with various degrees of a dementia, who live in our clients' homes.


There is a very proud and supportive team in place and they need strong, positive people to enhance it.

Our client has excellent additional training to offer and competitive rates of pay (salary dependent on experience).



Requirements

You will have preferably been working with the elderly and have received training in dementia care either in your current role or through recent training.

This is a permanent position to include day and night shifts.

This post will require an enhanced DBS.

Key Skills

Reporting to the home Manager you will be very organised, highly motivated with good interpersonal skills.

Good communication skills and the ability to work both as part of a team or independently are essential.

A working experience of people suffering from dementia and Alzheimer would be advantageous.


Very organised, highly motivated with good interpersonal skills, good communication skills and ability to work both as part of a team or independently are essential.

A working experience of people suffering from dementia and Alzheimer would be advantageous.



Key Words - Enthusiastic, passionate, care of frail elderly clients, dementia trained, person-centred care, quality nursing, care promotion, enhanced dbs, days and nights shifts.

Additional Resources are an Employment Business and an Employment Agency as defined within The Conduct of Employment Agencies & Employment Businesses Regulations 2003.