Registered Mental Nurse/Registered General Nurse experienced or newly qualified

A specialist independent provider of neurological rehabilitation seeks experienced and newly Qualified Nurses (No experience necessary as full training provided)
HudsonSmith are eager to hear from any newly qualified or experience nurses who would love the opportunity to work on a permanent basis with our client .
Our client provides a complete range of inpatient medical care and rehabilitation services to adults who have severe cognitive or behavioral impairments, resulting from long-term neurological conditions including acquired and traumatic brain injury.
The care programmes are tailored to aid the return to a more independent lifestyle and all care and treatment is adopted to the needs of each individual. Their patients benefit from a consistent complete pathway of care in one location from initial assessment and structured rehabilitation programmes through to pre-community and supported living.
Candidates with experience or interests within acute or critical care settings is advantageous however not essential.
If you are seeking your next role then look no further and apply today. We are looking to appoint a number of nurses and a complimentary fee of £500.00 is paybale to anyone who recommends a friend for this role. Terms & Conditions Apply please speak to a member of the team at HudsonSmith for further details.

Salary: Salary £12.34 per hour dependent on experience, plus enhancements for weekend and night shifts. Benefits - Healthcare Scheme, Stakeholder Pension Scheme, Childcare Vouchers, Cycle to work initiative and subsidised coffee shop to name a few.
Hours: Full/Part Time Hours Available, days & nights
Application deadline: 15 February 2013
Employer: We are not able to disclose at this point
Location: Based on the outskirts of the beautiful cathedral city of Salisbury. (Map link)

Contact details
Tel: 0843 289 5567

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