Outlines of the organisation:
Our client has an exciting opportunity in their care homes in England and Wales for Overseas Qualified Nurses. You will be trained and work as a pre-registered nurse until confirmation of entry to the UK NMC register is received. Once registration with the NMC is confirmed, you will become a UK Registered Nurse.
To be responsible for the well-being of the residents, ensuring that their physical, clinical, emotional and social needs are being met.
To be in charge of the care team when you are on duty, ensuring that you lead and motivate them to complete their job roles to the high standards we set.
Using your clinical knowledge, you will be able to assist the management team in carrying out assessments and updating care plans to ensure our residents receive personalised care.
To be responsible for the assessment of care needs and the development, implementation and evaluation of programmes of care without direction and supervision.
Demonstrate and supervise practice and procedures to registered and unregistered nursing staff to secure effective nursing practice.
To take a key role in the induction and mentorship of new and unregistered staff, and provide supervision.
Promote the health and well-being of patients/clients and maintain a safe, caring and therapeutic environment.
Ensure nursing practice is in accordance with the NMC Code of Conduct which incorporates and respects differences in respect of gender, sexuality ethnicity, religion culture and disability.
Always act in such a manner as to promote and safeguard the interests and well-being of patients/clients, visitors and colleagues.
What we require from you:
Minimum 3 Years of Nursing School
A valid diploma, transcript and registration with your local Nursing authority
10 Years Formal Education
Minimum 1 year of experience as a band 5 registered nurse experience working with patients within General Medicine and Surgery and/or Critical Care (ITU)
IELTS: 7 Score (W: 6.5,L: 7,R: 7,S: 7), OR OET: B
A willingness to relocate to the UK
What the client is offering:
An excellent package for competitive candidates:
Annual leave 25 days plus bank holidays FTE
Enhancements payable for unsocial hours
Company Pension Scheme
Employee Assistance Programme
A certificate of sponsorship with an A-rated licensed sponsor
Support with flight to UK
Support with initial 1-2 month accommodation
Support with Tier 2 UK visa fees
Support with NMC (OSCE) test fees (1 attempt)
Hours of work:
Full time role working 37.5 hours per week
Staff is expected to work flexibly and work shifts depending on the need of the business
Excellent personal and interpersonal skills with flexibility to work under pressure
Excellent abilities in prioritizing the tasks
A passion for working with the elderly
Ability to lead and motivate a team
Vast amount of clinical knowledge
Kind and compassionate personality
Excellent communication skills
Good paperwork skills and experience in writing care plans
To meet all criteria from purely clinical care to emotional and supportive specialisms with the patients and their relatives
Handling challenges and ability to make right decisions
Well understanding of situations to take appropriate actions
Strong abilities to control critical circumstances
Being aware of the necessary tasks with an accurate time management
Self-motivated and supportive
Flexibility to take the necessary role in various cases to adapt with the team
Advanced knowledge and practices in various fields of nursing
High performing team player characteristics who able to supervise the tasks where necessary
Capability to present the highest standards of nursing
Our expertise involves worldwide recruitment and registration of elite international healthcare professionals looking to relocate and practice their vocation abroad.
We provide our candidates with a first-class staffing experience platform for achieving their career goals by sponsoring sustainable professional relationships on the basis of open communication and bilateral satisfaction.
Perks and Benefits Salary will be 15,00,000 as a preregistered nurse, and as soon as the registration has been completed, it will rise up to 25,00,000.