Nurse – Days – Care Home Jobs

Akari Care

Job Summary

Akari Care, is currently hiring on a vacant job post of Nurse – Days – Care Home based in Rochester England United Kingdom. Please read the job detail carefully before applying.

Job Title: Nurse – Days – Care Home
Company Name: Akari Care
Job Type: Full Time
Job Location: Rochester England United Kingdom
Job Link Expiry: 2022-07-08
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Job Detail

£17.53 per hour + Paid Breaks

Number of hours 34.50

£17.53 per hour + Paid Breaks

What’s In It For You

Paid Breaks

Competitive Salary

Full funded training and development

Become a Champion in a specialism of your choice

Flexible working patterns

28 days annual leave, based on full time hours (Bank Holidays included)

Rewarding Referral schemes

Annual NMC fees paid

DBS and uniform paid for

Up to £1500 welcome bonus (subject to T&Cs)

Join Akari Care

Akari Care are looking for a Nurse to join our day shift, who thrives on making a real and positive difference to the lives of older people.

We are looking for passionate RGN, RMN or RNLD to join our clinical team working on our day shift. Is this you? if so Akari Care would love to hear from you! Whether you are looking for 1 shift a week, or full-time hours, we will have a role to fit with your personal circumstances.

We also offer an up to £1500 welcome bonus (subject to T&Cs) for all nurses joining our permanent team.

About Us

At Akari Care, we provide residential and nursing care services to the elderly across the UK. Each care home is an extended family, bringing together residents and their loved ones, our colleagues in care, clinicians, hairdressers, commissioners and CQC regulators, members of the local community – the list goes on. We are focussed on creating a warm and inclusive environment in which our residents feel a sense of security and belonging, while at the same time retaining their dignity and self-respect.

We never compromise on the quality of our services and our extended team includes trusted GPs, Dentists, Chiropodists and Dieticians, who all work hard to improve our residents’ quality of life. Our dementia care homes have qualified, dedicated staff who help people to maintain the identity and dignity of our residents. With a focus on living life to the fullest, our homes offer activities such as hairdressing salons, bars, cinemas, gardening, and cooking courses to name just a few!

The Role

Nursing in a care home is challenging but very much a rewarding role. You will be ultimately taking responsibility of the care and wellbeing of our residents which includes making sure their physical, emotional and social needs are met but also leading, motivating and mentoring your team of carers whilst delivering clinical guidance and coaching. Providing clinical leadership will ensure smooth, safe and efficient running of the care home.

Nursing in a care home will present you with a wide range of clinical experiences and opportunities to develop your skills. You will be responsible for carrying out assessments and developing, implementing and evaluating care plans for our residents whilst monitoring all work areas and practices to ensure they are safe and conform to standards, policies and legislation.

Being able to promote all our residents’ independence, dignity and choice is an extremely important to us at Akari Care and this will come naturally to you.

Maintaining accurate records is very important and you will have an eye for detail to enable if any problems arise you are well equipped and ready to deal with this.

What We Need From You

Hold an NMC (Nursing and Midwifery) certificate with active PIN with a commitment to adhering to the NMC codes of conduct

Experience of working in the health care sector, ideally in a care home environment

Proven ability to lead and motivate, delegate effectively and be able to coach, guide and support the team

Ability to communicate effectively at all levels

Be driven, motivated and believe in quality of care

Possess strong leadership and management qualities whilst taking on a dynamic and flexible approach to the role