T + O Nurse
Poole, Dorset, England
Are you a registered nurse who is looking for a new role?
Do you want to work in a friendly environment where you can develop as a nurse?
Have you thought about working in Trauma and Orthopaedics?
Your solution is right around the corner with Poole Hospital NHS Foundation Trust. Join this amazing hospital and help serve the population of Poole, East Dorset and Purbeck.
We are recruiting nurses like you so why not be the next one to start working in Poole Hospital.
You can expect the following from the hospital;
- Fantastic place to work, voted one of the top 100 hospitals to work for
- Located near a bustling quay and beautiful beaches
- Discounted childcare
- Unsocial hours enhancement on pay
- 27 days annual leave plus public holidays
- Subsidised rates in hospital restaurant
- Support and development for your career
- 1 month free accommodation
- No applications to complete
- Band 5 nurses
It is as simple as clicking Apply. Or you can call Nicola Phillips on Applyext 2025 for an informal discussion.
Here is what some of the nurses say about Poole NHS Hospital
‘I started my nurse training many years ago at Bournemouth University and had my practice placements at Poole hospital. I have continued to work at the Trust ever since and cannot imagine leaving. Our values, the ‘Poole Approach’, ensures we deliver patient-centred care with dignity and respect for all but it’s more than that; it’s how we treat our staff too. The culture of being friendly, welcoming and supportive has made our hospital a great place to work in and somewhere that I am proud of. The training I have had and the career development opportunities particularly in management and leadership has really helped my career too. That, plus the fact Poole has some fabulous beaches, has made Poole hospital the perfect place to work.’ - Maria
‘Poole hospital is a nice Trust to work because it has a good dignity about quality of care, friendly staff and it’s also situated in a nice place in southwest of England where weather is a lot better compare to other part of England. Senior Staff are very friendly, approachable, patience, helpful, supportive and considerate to junior staff or new trained nurse.
Courses are available to help you improve with your clinical skills.
You can improve your English language by subscribing into a school near Poole Hospital.
Even you are away from home, you will never felt so alone because the person who is in charge on recruiting overseas nurses is very friendly, kind, supportive and always available to listen to your concern’ - Hansel
- £ 22128 - 28746 Per year
- Full time
- Job Level
- Newly qualified, Qualified (non-manager)
Posted 10 Aug 2017
Closes 7 Sep 2017
This job was posted to: Ward nurse