ITU Nurse Band 5, Private sector -Southwark, London – Full Time –

  • Temporary
  • City of London, London
  • Country: United Kingdom
  • Address Region: City and County of the City of London
  • Salary: £27.00 - £40.00/hour

Medical/Pharmaceutical/Scientific

For a role based in Southwark, London Athona Recruitment are currently recruiting a band 5 ITU Nurse to work for a private hospital on an ad-hoc basis. The successful candidate will have a choice of shifts including nights and days, but preferably you need to be flexible.

To be considered for this role, you must:
* Hold a valid NMC pin
* Have at least six months experience in ITU
* Provide an in-date enhanced DBS

Why choose Athona?
* Excellent hourly rates, with prompt weekly payments
* Exclusivity to jobs across all bands and specialties
* Specialist dedicated recruitment consultant
* Referral scheme
* Re-validation support and CPD contribution

Athona Recruitment’s Nursing division is an award-winning, on-framework agency that specialises in placing nurses into shifts, fixed-term contracts or permanent positions in London and the South East. If you’re looking for a role in the NHS or private sector, we have a position for you.

Salary: £27.00 – £40.00/hour

Job Type: Temporary

Location: City of London, London

To apply for this job please visit www.cv-library.co.uk.

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