Care Home Nurse jobs & recruitment
RMR’s wide range of outstanding care home jobs for Support Workers, Healthcare Assistants and Registered Nurses are available in a large number of care home settings throughout Scotland.
Why find care home jobs with RMR?
RMR has a specialist team of recruiters, who are dedicated to sourcing the top care home jobs in Scotland. As an agency, we understand how hard you work and aim to find roles that not only match your skills mix and experience but fit seamlessly into your lifestyle. We’ll only ever offer you reliable roles in a setting or location that matches your personal criteria. That’s why we’re the agency of choice for so many care home professionals across the country.
Which healthcare staff work in care homes?
Care homes accommodate a diverse spectrum of healthcare professionals, including Support Workers, Healthcare Assistants, Registered Nurses and Clinical Support Workers. To work in a care home, you must be extremely patient, understanding and kind, so it’s essential that you possess these qualities, as well as the relevant healthcare experience.
What can Care Home Nurses earn?
A care home salary can be up to £19.50 per hour on weekdays and up to £22 per hour for night shifts from Monday to Saturday. For Sundays and Bank Holidays, Care Home Nurses have the potential to earn up to £30 per hour.
Agency Care Home Nurse jobs
Whether you have a busy lifestyle and need more flexibility, or you simply like the idea of being your own boss, agency shifts are the perfect way to fit your career in with your personal life. As an agency professional, you can decide when and where you work, leaving more time to spend with your family, to travel the world, to start a new hobby or whatever makes you happy.
To find your ideal Care Home Nurse job, browse our vacancies below and APPLY TODAY.
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By sharing your data with us, your information can be accessed by Robinson Medical Recruitment.
What is GDPR?
GDPR stands for The General Data Protection Regulation. It’s the successor of the data protection act for EU residents. These rules will be enforced from May 2018 and will raise the bar on privacy standards for how businesses obtain, process and store your data.
Why do you have my data?
We have your data because you have submitted your CV or a job application via a career microsite, or through a social media campaign advert. You will have ticked a box to confirm your consent for us using your data in this way.
How do you store my data?
Your data will be stored on our server and within our Applicant Tracking System, both of which are fully secure. In addition to this, we use analytical tracking software to improve your user experience.
Can I delete or change my data?
You may at any time request the right to be forgotten. Please contact us if you would like your details and associated records removed from our systems, and we will notify you once this has happened.
Similarly, if you wish to make any changes to the data we hold about you then get in touch and we will make the relevant changes for you.
Changes made to data, or the removal of data will be logged by our system for audit purposes.
How can I see what information you have about me?
You have the right to access any data that we hold about you. You may submit a request to access this data verbally, electronically or in hardcopy. All data that you have supplied, such as your CV, application forms, and any recruiter notes and comments will be made available to you free of charge. The system will log the event for audit purposes.