TTM Healthcare, the UK’s leading nursing recruitment company, is seeking caring and compassionate nurses to join an award winning provider of residential and nursing care to over 16,000 older people nationwide.
Current opportunities include:
Locations: Newcastle-upon-Tyne, Durham, Sunderland and Northumberland
Our client is seeking special nurses who can create a sense of home as well as well as providing quality care. Believing that 'happy staff make happy homes’ our client takes care of their nurses with big things like generous benefits and training, and little things to make their day better.
An in-house Workforce Development Team facilitates a detailed induction programme for all new staff. Leadership and management development courses are in place to encourage nurses to progress their careers into clinical lead or management positions within the company. Ongoing clinical training is also available to guarantee quality of care.
Work in a way that suits your lifestyle- contracts of up to 48 hours per week are on offer. However, lesser hours are also available, as well as part time positions. Competitive salaries are on offer for successful nurses.
• 5.6 weeks holiday allowance
• Government auto-enrolled pension
• Childcare vouchers
• Employee discount scheme
• Free parking and uniform
Britain’s happiest people live in the North East according to research carried out for the Channel 5’s series ‘Rich House, Poor House’. The cost of living up north is also the lowest in the UK so your new salary will go further.
Among their 25 reasons that “the north of the UK is way better than the south” the Metro lists friendlier people, affordable homes, the beaches, social life, nature (Puffins! And seals!) and the fish and chips. With gravy on top.
Not to mention the scenery- 13% of the region is national parkland and another 17% is designated as an Area of Outstanding Natural Beauty. The beer, the price of it, the world’s oldest football club, brass band competitions, accents and pies all make the cut when Buzzfeed finds an extra 20 plaudits to add to their “45 reasons the north of England is better than the south”. Though pies, in one tasty form or another, do count for at least five of them.
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