Are you an experienced Support Worker?
Are you looking for a new challenge?
Do you care about making a difference?
We are a dynamic and forward thinking company who greatly value the people who work for us.
Our values of Family – Honesty – Quality underpin everything we do.
Why work with us?
We’ve spoken to a few members of The Nurseline Family to give insight into what it’s like to work with us – have a look!
We have a range of opportunities available and are looking for experienced Support Workers to join our team.
What we’re looking for:
- Caring, attentive and able to build strong relationships
- Experienced (minimum 6 months) in a support worker or first aider role
- A team player with the ability to adapt to different and often challenging situations
- Passionate, enthusiastic – who truly want to make a difference
What we offer:
- Fantastic placement opportunities
- Flexible working patterns
- 24/7, 365 accessible placement team
- A fast and simple registration process
- Competitive rates of pay
- Great career development opportunities
- Reliable and accurate payroll service
How to apply:
If this sounds like the right fit for you, then we’d love to hear from you.
Click on the ‘Apply’ button below to submit your application.
We aim to complete your compliance process and start offering you work within just 2 weeks of your registration – so don’t hesitate, get in touch today!
If you have any questions or if you need more information, please give us a call on: 0345 894 2264
As well as the right skills, qualifications and training; our staff have a positive mental attitude that is unwavering, even when faced with the most challenging or stressful situations. They have empathy for and treat every service user in their care with the utmost respect at all times, and are dedicated to providing support that will improve their service users’ quality of life.
Nurseline’s specialist staff offer clinician and client led care. As such, our nurses and health care assistants directly work with and support vulnerable adults and children of all ages in a variety of ways. They make day to day living easier for patients by helping them to navigate any issues or problems. They develop service users’ interpersonal skills by encouraging social interaction, which increases their confidence levels. Furthermore, our nurses provide emotional support for their service users whenever they require it.
Having strong communication skills is never more important than when working closely with vulnerable people and their families. Nurseline’s staff make sure service users receive continuous care by discussing their requirements with family members, helping them to understand what to do to ensure their relative’s needs are met at all times.
Nurses and health care support workers will also liaise with GPs on a regular basis to make sure their patients receive sufficient healthcare. As people with learning disabilities often do not seek out healthcare, this is a vital part of the process.
Our dedicated LD team is led by a qualified learning disability nurse. Whether you require short or long term staff at your care home, community hospital or independent provider of inpatient mental health care, we can supply nurses and health care assistants in and around the areas of Bristol, Exeter, Reading, Stevenage and Oxford. Get in touch now to discuss our excellent rates.