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Nurses in Elderly Homes from United Kingdom
Health / Medical / Pharmacy - Nurse


Type of job
Required Level
Intermediate Level (>3 years)  
United Kingdom  
Working hours per day
Days off per month
Wage / Currency
1500 - 2200 GBP  
Candidate Gender
Candidate Age
20 - 50  
 Free Accommodations ?  Free Meals ?  Other Bonuses ?  Transport included ?  Medical Insurance included ?


HotJob Description
Nursing positions available all over UK - 2014 graduates are also eligible.

Adult nurses provide care and support the recovery of patients suffering from acute and long-term illnesses and diseases or those requiring surgery. They focus on the needs of the patient rather than the illness or condition. They also promote good health and well being through education. Nurses plan and carry out care within a multidisciplinary team but are the main point of contact for patients.

Adult nurses work mainly in Nursing Homes, attached to a health center or general practice and in residential homes, specialist units, schools and hospices and some nurses work with patients in their own homes.

Gaining the trust and confidence of each patient is an important role for nurses, as they have more continuity of patient care than other members of the medical team.

Patients may have chronic conditions, such as diabetes or heart/kidney problems, or serious acute conditions, such as heart failure, stroke, hepatitis or burns. They may be in hospital for surgery, admitted to accident and emergency with injuries, attending an outpatient clinic or undergoing tests and assessments.

Patient care is currently becoming more community- based, so there are increasing opportunities to work in the community. The aim is to avoid hospital admissions whenever possible by giving preventative treatment, and also to meet patients’ needs in the comfort of their own home and avoid the unnecessary travel associated with hospital appointments. It is possible for a newly qualified nurse to work in the community, although many gain a year’s hospital experience first.

In all contexts, nurses need to establish a good relationship with the patient and their relatives.

Day-to-day pressures and duties will depend on your role, but typical work activities can include:

  • writing patient care plans;
  • implementing plans through tasks such as preparing patients for operations, wound treatment and monitoring pulse, blood pressure and temperature;
  • observing and recording the condition of patients;
  • checking and administering drugs and injections;
  • setting up drips and blood transfusions;
  • assisting with tests and evaluations;
  • carrying out routine investigations;
  • responding quickly to emergencies;
  • planning discharges from hospital and liaising with community nurses, GPs and social workers;
  • communicating with and relieving the anxiety of patients and their relatives;
  • advocating on behalf of patients;
  • educating patients about their health;
  • organising staff and prioritising busy workloads;
  • mentoring student and junior nurses;
  • maintaining patient records;
  • making ethical decisions related to consent and confidentiality.
Locations: The Care Homes are especially situated in quiet places, surrounded by peace and silence, far away from the agitation of  the big cities. The placements can be anywhere within the UK.
All candidates go dirrectly to Doncaster where they attend the Induction courses and apply to CRB and in maximum 1 week they are assigned with a permanent placement.

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All the candidates must have an online CV in Work Experience data base containing at least the following:

-experience as nurse

-English language - must be at advanced level, knowing medical terms is an advantage

For immediate departure a very important requirement is to have the PIN Number from the NMC. If you want placement in the future, you must  be eligible for registration with Nursing and Midwifery Council. You are welcome to apply for registering at the NMC, Click here for more details about the procedures of registering with the NMC and getting the PIN Number.

There are no fees applicable but you must have the minimum amount of £500-700 to pay some expenses that you will have when arriving to UK, for your own use. If you need details about how you will need to spend this money please contact our company, at the medical department: or at phone 0731 332 345.

Other Information
Free services for finding the job and free support for the entire period of the placement - 12 months.
Free support Self Employed procedure, given by a qualified and experienced accountant.
Minimum of 12 months contract as Self Employed, with possibility of extension or termination of the contract accordingly to the agreement with the employer.
All candidates go dirrectly to Doncaster where they attend the Induction courses and apply to CRB and in maximum 1 week they are assigned with a placement.
Assistance with accommodation, which is provided with charge, between 55 £t and100 £/week depending on location and benefits.
Salary range starting from £9.5, depending on each candidate's experience and level of English. After a few months the salary may increase. The minimum working hours/month is 160, extra hours are paid with £11.

For more details please contact us by phone at   0731 332 345 or by email at - consultant Alina Maria But.

Click here for more details about the whole program procedures to work as a nurse in the UK.


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