Medacs Healthcare with 25 years experience as a leading nursing agency and preferred supplier to several prominent NHS Trusts in Surrey, are recruiting Registered General Nurses / Accident & Emergency Nurses (A&E) to work in hospitals in Croydon.
If you want to make a difference, we have exciting full and part time opportunities available for experienced Accident & Emergency Nurses (A&E) to provide care and support in Croydon, Surrey.
Benefits of being a Medacs Healthcare A&E Nurse.
*Your choice of shifts in Croydon hospitals.
*Fast track registration
*Experienced recruitment consultants
*24-hour support service
*Free mandatory training
*Â£200 refer a nurse bonus scheme
Minimum 6 months recent NHS ward based experience.
Full occupational health immunisation.
A current NMC PIN
Hourly rates from Â£16.29 to Â£35
Limited Company Nurses welcome, up to Â£35 per hour.
Why Medacs Healthcare?
With a reputation for delivery high quality care, Medacs Healthcare is one of the UK’s leading nursing agencies.
As well as being committed to caring for our clients, Medacs Healthcare also cares for its staff. Our professional and friendly approach gives our workers the support they need to grow and develop in their role. Our staff are valued and encouraged to be the best they can be.
So if you are passionate about caring, join Medacs Healthcare today.
How to apply:
Apply today by clicking the ‘apply for this job’ button. Alternatively please call The Recruitment Team on 0800 442 207.
Please note due to the volume of applications we receive, we are only able to contact those that are suitable. We thank you in advance for your application.
About Medacs Healthcare
Medacs Healthcare is a CQC-registered healthcare recruitment agency for Registered General Nurses (RGNs), Registered Mental Health Nurses (RMNs) and Healthcare Assistants (HCAs). We can offer you a fantastic variety of long and short term temporary nursing jobs within NHS trusts, social services, the MoD, private hospitals, private clinics and healthcare related industries
Contact: Deborah Probyn