10 reasons to be a Guild nurse
1. We pay NMC fees, which means one less bill for you to worry about – hooray!
Nurses and midwives have a lot on their mind, so we’ve taken one thing off the list – paying your NMC and NMBI renewal! Work 18 shifts in the year between your last NMC renewal and your upcoming renewal, keep your compliance up to date and we’ll reimburse you!
2. The power is in your hands.
Don’t fancy working today? Well you don’t have to. At the Guild you have the power to choose when and where you work!
3. Technology isn’t just for the kids.
Our Quick Nurse app means you can book shifts on the go, 24/7! We want to give you the freedom to manage your shift booking and availability. The Quick Nurse app is more than just shift booking – it’s also a map and diary!
4. We’ll protect you from the flu!
We give our nurses a free annual flu vaccine voucher every winter because we know how important it is to be protected from the flu, for both you and your patients.
5. I want money, that’s what I want.
It’s no secret the Guild pays the best rates around! We believe in rewarding our nurses to reflect their skills and commitment, and because they deserve it. Check out our latest rates here.
6. Explore Scotland, Northern Ireland or the Republic of Ireland with the Guild
We have shifts across Scotland, Northern Ireland and the Republic of Ireland. Why not work in a location you’ve always wanted to visit and turn it into a short break away? We’ll even cover the cost of your travel to and from your shift. You can expense your mileage, toll costs or even public transport costs.
7. We’re always happy to help
Nurse’s work around the clock and so do we. Our offices are staffed 24 hours a day, 7 days a week (Yep that’s a pretty big electricity bill, but it’s worth it!) If you want to book a last-minute shift or have a clinical query, our teams are always available.
8. Revalidation support
Revalidation can be a daunting process, but don’t fear – the Guild is here! We support our nurses through the revalidation process and even have a Facebook group for nurses to support each other.
9. You’re never alone.
Agency work can often leave you feeling alone, but joining the Guild means you’ll feel part of a community. We share the latest news on our Facebook page so you’re always up to date. We also welcome our nurses to pop into the offices whenever they want to say hello.
10. Don’t just take our word for it.
Seems too good to be true? Don’t just take our word for it. Read what our nurses say about us on our Facebook reviews and our website.
If the Guild sounds like the agency for you, please register with us here. We wish you the best of luck with your application and look forward to welcoming you to the Guild team!
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