Job description

Requirements

  • Entry level
  • No Education
  • Salary to negotiate
  • Chipping Norton

Description

Night Nurse – RGN/RMN


Location: Henry Cornish Care Centre, Chipping Norton


Pay Rate: £19.97 Per Hour


Contracted Hours: 33.5


Who we are:

The Orders of St John Care Trust is one of the largest not for profit care providers in the UK, delivering excellent specialist nursing and residential care tailored to meet our 3,500 residents’ individual needs across four counties.


We are a charity with the benefit of being a large employer, who can support you with your professional development and reward you accordingly.


Our focus is on our residents, not our profit. So, you get to work in a friendly, inclusive, welcoming home with the benefits you deserve, whilst being able to give our residents the time, attention and care they deserve.


The Home:

Henry Cornish Care Centre offers residential and respite care for up to 36 residents in a lovely home, built in local Cotswold stone. Opened in 2010, this attractive state-of-the-art home is situated within walking distance of the centre of Chipping Norton. A 14-bedroom Intermediate Care Centre adjoins the home which receives varied admissions from acute hospitals for rehabilitation of high-dependence individuals.


Who you are:

You will have excellent communication skills and enjoy being part of a dedicated team. Working in a person-centred way showing compassion, empathy and a willingness to undertake all aspects of care and social activities to meet the needs of our residents.


You also need to be a registered Nurse either RGN or RMN with a valid NMC PIN, or be working towards receiving your PIN


What your day will look like:

Nurses play a pivotal role within our nursing home and when you are of our team your daily routine will be as varied as the needs of the people you are looking after. It will be important that you know what makes a difference to them and what makes them smile.


We need you to be responsible for their emotional and physical wellbeing and play an active part in encouraging their participation in occupational and meaningful activities.


Our nurses will lead and support the care team to provide the highest quality care making critical decisions and leading on clinical issues within a person-centred care model. The role holds responsibility for the quality of nursing assessments, care planning, implementation and evaluation and associated care team training issues to ensure that at all times residents receive an excellent standard of care.


Due to the complexity of care we are now delivering to our residents we want to make sure all of our nurses are up-to-date with the latest clinical developments so will provide you with training and mentoring should you need it.


What we can offer you:

As an important member of our team we will ensure you have all the training, support and tools required to be successful in your new role. We can also offer benefits such as:


OSJCT will pay for the renewal of you NMC PIN

Life Assurance

Ongoing training in care

Training in specialism such as dementia

Opportunity for career development

Long service rewards and recognition

Employee Assistance Helpline

Refer a friend to the Trust rewards