Offering care services across England, we enable our clients to live safely and independently at home. We care for the elderly and support young adults and children. Our specialisation is in nursing and complex care services.
Are you a Registered Nurse looking for a nursing job in a supportive, flexible and professional environment?
Prestige Nursing & Care are recruiting for nurses to help us deliver safe, effective and high-quality care to our clients in their own homes.
Our nurses are essential to our service, so if you have a registered nursing qualification in general adult nursing, learning disability nursing, mental health nursing or children’s nursing we offer a variety of opportunities and rotas to fit in with your lifestyle. We have a friendly working culture with good rates of pay and on-going senior clinical support, continuous professional development and support towards revalidation.
Our services span the generations across a number of environments:
Adults of all ages, including the elderly and frail, based in their own homes and community setting
Babies, children and young people in and outside of the home setting, for example at school, college, social activities and play
We offer complex nursing care, led by an experienced registered nurse, provided in the client’s own home/community setting and delivered by a nurse, healthcare assistant or support worker or carer.
Please don’t be put off if there are no apparent nursing job openings advertised in your local area. We are always on the lookout for talented nurses to join our existing team. Our nursing employment opportunities include the following roles and nursing positions:
ADULT NURSE – ALSO KNOWN AS A REGISTERED NURSE (RN) OR A REGISTERED GENERAL NURSE (RGN)
Adult nurses must be able at all times to promote the rights, choices and wishes of all adults and, where appropriate, children and young people, paying particular attention to equality, diversity and the needs of an ageing population. They must be able to work in partnership to address people’s needs in all healthcare settings.
Adult nurses must be able to carry out accurate assessment of people of all ages using appropriate diagnostic and decision-making skills. They must be able to provide effective care to people and others in all settings. They must have in-depth understanding of and competence in medical and surgical nursing to respond to adults’ full range of health and dependency needs. They must be able to deliver care to meet essential and complex physical and mental health needs.
MENTAL HEALTH NURSE – ALSO KNOWN AS A REGISTERED MENTAL HEALTH NURSE (RMN)
Mental Health Nurses must work with people of all ages using values-based mental health frameworks. They must use different methods of engaging people, and work in a way that promotes positive relationships focused on social inclusion, human rights and recovery, that is, a person’s ability to live a self-directed life, with or without symptoms, that they believe is meaningful and satisfying.
A Mental Health Nurse must practise in a way that focuses on the therapeutic use of self. They must draw on a range of methods of engaging with people of all ages experiencing mental health problems, and those important to them, to develop and maintain therapeutic relationships. They must work alongside people, using a range of interpersonal approaches and skills to help them explore and make sense of their experiences in a way that promotes recovery.
Mental Health Nurses must draw on a range of evidence-based psychological, psychosocial and other complex therapeutic skills and interventions to provide person-centred support and care across all ages, in a way that supports self-determination and aids recovery. They must also promote improvements in physical and mental health and wellbeing and provide direct care to meet both the essential and complex physical and mental health needs of people with mental health problems.
CHILDREN’S NURSE – ALSO KNOWN AS A REGISTERED SICK CHILDREN’S NURSE (RSCN), OR REGISTERED NURSE – CHILD BRANCH (RNC)
A Children’s Nurse must understand their role as an advocate for children, young people and their families, and work in partnership with them. They must deliver child and family-centred care; empower children and young people to express their views and preferences; and maintain and recognise their rights and best interests.
Children’s Nurses take account of each child and young person’s individuality, including their stage of development, ability to understand, culture, learning or communication difficulties and health status. They will be able to communicate effectively with them and parents and carers.
LEARNING DISABILITY NURSE – ALSO KNOWN AS A REGISTERED LEARNING DISABILITY NURSE (RLD)
A Learning Disability Nurse must promote the individuality, independence, rights, choice and social inclusion of people with learning disabilities and highlight their strengths and abilities at all times while encouraging others do the same. They must facilitate the active participation of families and carers.
Learning Disability Nurses must use complex communication and interpersonal skills and strategies to work with people of all ages who have learning disabilities and help them to express themselves. They must also be able to communicate and negotiate effectively with other professionals, services and agencies, and ensure that people with learning disabilities, their families and carers, are fully involved in decision making.
For all nursing jobs we are also looking for the following:
Current NMC registration and evidence of ongoing continual professional development (CPD)
Significant experience of care management, including relevant clinical experience, in the community or hospital setting
A teaching qualification and experience, whilst desirable, is not essential
A passion for compassionate, high-quality care provision
Experience and knowledge of processes relating to safeguarding adults and children procedures and ability to implement
A teaching qualification and experience, whilst advantageous, is not essential
SEEKING A FULL TIME, PART TIME OR FLEXIBLE NURSING JOB?
Whether you are looking for a nursing job which is full time, part time or just a few days or nights per week we have opportunities to suit your lifestyle and we’d love to explore your options with you. Please call our recruitment team on 0808 239 9716 and they will connect you with a member of the clinical nursing team.
Please note, all nurse roles and recruitment are dealt with by our recruitment team, not the individual branches – call our recruitment team on 0808 239 9716.
WORKING AS A NURSE WITH PRESTIGE NURSING & CARE
As a nurse with Prestige Nursing & Care you will be part of a regional team of registered nurses who work across a specified cluster of branches within a region, supported by the Regional Clinical Lead and Head of Clinical Services.
Working in partnership with the designated Branch Manager and other team members, a key aspect of your role is to lead the provision of high quality, nurse-led complex care to a designated group of clients, in their own homes.
As the named nurse you will be responsible for developing, planning and evaluating care plans whilst providing training, including competency assessments and ongoing support and supervision to non-registrant carers who provide much of the hands-on care.
Working with clients and families, our nurses build trusting relationships and provide a safe and caring environment which facilitates and enables complex-care in the home setting, making a significant difference to people’s lives.
Our clients’ needs arise from a wide range of physical disabilities, long term medical conditions, neurological impairment, sensory impairment, learning disability and autism and mental health issues.
We work in partnership and collaborate with those healthcare professionals already involved in a person’s care – we value the importance of integrated and joined-up care provision.
BENEFITS OF A NURSING CAREER AT PRESTIGE NURSING & CARE
Our nurses work in partnership with our care co-ordinators, carers, clients and families to identify specific care needs and plan the most appropriate care provision, whilst ensuring all our carers have the skills, they need to deliver high standards of nursing care. They also provide families with on-going advice and continual support to ensure they feel reassured about the service we provide.
At Prestige Nursing & Care, we understand the importance of being part of the team that supports you. We offer:
A rewarding and valued role
Autonomy to provide and oversee clinical care provision for a group of clients
Partnership working with a professional peer group – joining a team of established, experienced professional nurses across the region, as well as nationally, who support one another
Good rates of pay
Enhanced weekend and bank holiday pay
Flexible shifts to suit your lifestyle
Comprehensive induction, when new to role and in-house training
On-going senior clinical support
Continuous professional development and support towards revalidation
An environment where learning and training is encouraged
A friendly, community-based working culture
Access to an innovative well-being programme to support you in supporting our clients; introduction of wellness plans to support positive mental health at work
APPLYING FOR A NURSING JOB WITH PRESTIGE NURSING & CARE
Ready to start a new career with Prestige Nursing & Care? Whatever your nursing or care specialism or level, applying for a role is simple. Call our friendly recruitment team on 0808 239 9716 or explore the current Prestige Nursing & Care jobs available.