How agency nurses in Northern Ireland book shifts on the go
Our nurses and healthcare assistants are available to work at extreme short notice, meaning every day is different.
We understand that our agency workers won’t always have time to call us with their availability or to find out when the next shift is available. That’s why we use the latest technology to make their life easier.
Our exclusive ‘Quick Nurse’ app allows agency workers to:
• Search for shifts in real time
• Receive shift alerts
• Find shifts wherever you are in the UK
• Automatically add shifts to your devices calendar
• Plan your route to work
• Access online booking bonuses
Our Quick Nurse app is particularly popular with agency workers across Northern Ireland. In their words, here’s how Quick Nurse make’s agency working in Northern Ireland easier:
”The Quick Nurse app is a great and quick way to book my shifts. It’s very fast and reliable to all nurses.”
Kieran, SNG nurse
”I love how I can change my availability depending on what shifts are on offer. 24-hour access, which is great when working out of hours shifts. My availability can often be flexible depending on what shifts are available. The ability to see what shifts are on offer is one of the main reasons I stay with SNG over other agencies.”
Sarah, SNG nurse
”The Quick Nurse app allows me to have great flexibility with my working week. I can keep an eye on all shifts available and this provides me with different options for work rather than just being booked onto a certain ward/clinical area by my employer. The layout is very simple and easy to use. It is what puts this agency one step above the rest.”
Caroline, SNG nurse
”I enjoy using Quick Nurse as I can book shifts myself as soon as they’re available. It makes me aware of my need to update training and it’s easy to contact the Guild if needed as it has all relevant phone numbers on app.”
Kathleen, SNG nurse
”I like the Quick Nurse app as you can leave your availability and confirm shifts without talking to anyone in the office, especially out of office hours.”
Nigel, SNG nurse
”Quick Nurse is an essential part of my working life – enabling me to independently plan my weeks work ahead.”
Carole, SNG nurse
”The Quick Nurse app is really handy for me and it’s so easy for me to give availability or book shifts. I don’t know of any other agency using an app like this.”
Thomas, SNG nurse
”The main reason why I love the Quick Nurse app is that it allows me total flexibility when viewing shifts and plotting availability. I can make a decision in my own time as to which, if any, shifts to pick up, decline or make myself available for. I like that the app can be used at any time day or night and is so simple to use. The newly added compliance feature is great too.”
Carly, SNG nurse
”As a busy working mother, I can organise my work and family life commitments by using the Quick Nurse app. It offers flexibility and I can see at a glance what work is currently available. I am in control of booking my own shifts and am able to provide future availability. I have worked for SNG since 2017 and will continue to do so, as an agency it is committed to providing a first-class service for their employees and as a healthcare provider.”
Aideen, SNG nurse
”Quick Nurse is a fast and handy way to find out which shifts are available and where. I like the way you can book shifts very easy and also confirm them via the app. I like the way you can now see your training record on the app and order more timesheets.”
Colleen, SNG nurse
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