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Registered Nurse - Hospital

Do you have prior hospital experience?

As a Registered Nurse in Fife, Kirkcaldy, Glenrothes, Dunfermline, Cupar, St Andrews and the surrounds, you'll be a multi-tasking expert who embraces the different challenges that every day brings. You'll be supporting service users in hospitals and through NHS bank work for this role. With a desire to reach the best possible outcome for your team and service users at all times, you'll be comfortable in your clinical abilities as a leader. Working for Newcross will provide you with the chance to forge your own career path and join a like minded community of 9,000 healthcare workers.



Flexi Pay!

Our Flexi Pay feature allows our healthcare staff to instantly withdraw an advance of up to 50% of the value of their existing shifts even on weekends and bank holidays!



Key features

  • An hourly rate of up to £29.56, including holiday pay
  • Get paid as soon as you finish a shift with Flexi Pay
  • Select shifts to suit your lifestyle through our app, with part-time, full-time, night and day shifts available
  • Free, ongoing clinical training to further your career
  • Access to NHS registered GPs via a Virtual GP app and mental health support
  • Exclusive access to RCNi decision making tools and support with revalidation



We require

As an experienced nurse, you'll have over 6 months of post-qualification experience and the right to work in the UK. At Newcross, we work a little differently. It is essential that you have prior experience of working within general hospital nursing such as orthopaedic, critical care, anaesthetic, critical care, theatres, recovery or scrub. You'll need a smartphone with internet access to pick up shifts and submit timesheets via our bespoke app, HealthForceGo. Access to your own mode of transport would be beneficial, but isn't necessarily a requirement.



Apply today and you can start working with us within a week!

Registered Nurse - Hospital

Fife
Part Time
no work experience required
Bachelor

Published on 6 Oct 2020