Registered Nurse – Days and Nights available
Trevern Care Home, 72 Melvill Rd, Falmouth TR11 4DD
£19.57 per hour
Full and Part time hours available
Benefits and rewards
We know you work so hard and being the best Registered Nurse you can be needs to be rewarded. We are very proud to offer the following:
25 days annual leave plus bank holidays (pro rata)
Enhanced family leave (following a qualifying period)
CQC performance bonus
Occupational sick pay after qualifying period
Excellent training and development opportunities
Refer a friend scheme with payment of up to £500 available
Contributory pension from Sanctuary Care
Access to a free 24/7 support service providing support including legal, financial, emotional and medical advice
Discounts on shopping, holidays, cinema, dining, days out and much more via ‘My Rewards’
Criminal Records Checks are funded by Sanctuary Care.
Why work for us?
We spend so much time at work don’t we, so our ethos at Sanctuary Care is to enrich the lives of both our residents and staff. Let’s have some fun while we’re at work, support each other and work hard as a team. There’s loads of training and promotion opportunities available for those who want to pursue it and every day job satisfaction at Trevern Care Home for all regardless of role.
Where you’ll work
Trevern is located close to the heart of picturesque Falmouth, just streets away from Gyllyngvase beach and the quirky range of shops available in the town and is split into three households – Pendennis House, Belle Vue and Lowen House.
Are you our next Registered Nurse? Here’s more about the role:
First and foremost – we work together as a team to enrich our residents’ lives – let’s support our colleagues too and have fun in the process
You’ll give the highest quality of personalised care to our residents in line with their individual care plans that you prepare and monitor
You’ll regularly communicate with residents, their families and staff both verbally and written
Providing comprehensive, systematic and accurate nursing assessments of the physical, psychological and social needs of the residents will be at the heart of your day
It’s very simple – if we can be the best Registered Nurse we can be by being kind and supportive in every way to our residents, their families and our colleagues, then we’re all doing a great job.
What skills do I need?
Team work! A happy team, makes for happy residents and a happy home
You will be Registered with the Nursing and Midwifery Council
You will have experience of working in a clinical setting
Being able to communicate well is essential along with a flexible approach
You will also be kind and have a real genuine like for older people and their needs, ensuring we treat everyone with the respect and dignity they deserve
You will use a good Nursing Process to formulate initial Nursing Diagnosis by collecting data from subjective and objective information given and then prioritising and managing care
You will have experience of infection control, nutrition, moving and handling, wound care, phlebotomy and drug administration.