Nursing jobs Aberdeen
If you’re looking for a nursing job in Aberdeen, the Scottish Nursing Guild can help. We are a nursing agency operating in Aberdeen, placing all types of nurses, midwives, and healthcare assistants into roles. We specialise in supplying nurses to healthcare providers who need nurses at the last minute, in a remote location, or on a hard-to-cover shift.
For over 25 years, we’ve been placing nurses in jobs across Aberdeen. We offer our nurses high pay rates, as well as an array of benefits such as reimbursed travel costs and fantastic training opportunities.
If you’re ready to take the next step in your nursing career, register with us today and discover the nursing jobs we have in Aberdeen.
Benefits of working with The Guild
Scottish Nursing Guild values the exceptional care our nurses in Aberdeen and the rest of Scotland provide. We therefore offer a variety of benefits and full professional support. This includes:
- High pay rates
- NMC fees paid
- Travel expense reimbursement
- Flexible shifts
- Yearly flu vaccination voucher
- Access to a wide range of training opportunities
- 24/7 nurse-led telephone support
If you are a nurse with a valid NMC pin, recent experience and the right to work in the UK, register with us today.
Benefits of working as a nurse in Aberdeen
Aberdeen is a beautiful seaside city in the northeast of Scotland, known for its granite buildings, 15th-century cathedral and dolphins. If you’re a fan of whisky, you’re also less than an hour away from the famous Speyside area which is the beating heart of Scotland’s malt whisky industry. The bustling city is a great place to live and work, making it a fantastic place to choose for your next nursing role.
- City living – Aberdeen is the third biggest city in Scotland with plenty to do and something for everyone.
- Opportunity for growth – Robert Gordon University offers a wide range of courses to help your personal development
- Natural beauty – Aberdeen sits on the northeast coast with both sandy beaches and mountains within close reach
Nursing jobs available in Aberdeen
Learn more about the specialisms we are currently recruiting for. They include
- Mental health nurses
- Community nurses
- Registered general nurses (RGNs)
- ITU nurses
- Theatre nurses & ODPs
- And more
If you don’t see your specialism above, don’t worry. You can view our comprehensive list of specialisms here. From this page, you can click through to each specialism to learn about the requirements needed to apply to join the guild. With such an extensive list of options, we’re sure you’ll find a fitting nurse job in Aberdeen with the Guild.
Types of clients
As a leading nursing agency in Aberdeen, the Scottish Nursing Guild works with various clients in both hospital and community settings across Aberdeen, including:
- NHS trusts
- Private hospitals
- Local authorities
- Private nursing homes
- Community patients
- Mental health and learning difficulty units
- Prisons and custodial services
- Research programmes
- GP practices
- Medical device companies
As a nurse with the Scottish Nursing Guild, you’ll receive ongoing training and support to help you deliver high-quality care to your patients and clients.
Nursing pay rates in Aberdeen
We believe exceptional skills should be recognised with exceptional rewards
We offer outstanding pay rates for our nursing jobs in Aberdeen and the rest of Scotland. We calculate pay rates based on specialism and experience.
If you would like to learn more about our nursing pay rates for Aberdeen and Scotland, visit our pay rates page which provides all of the information you need to know.
Register now to take an exciting new step in your nursing career.
What our nurses say about us
The freedom that you get from the flexible shifts makes your life much easier. The staff are wonderful and they are at your disposal at all times. Also, a very important aspect is the high pay rates, which make me feel appreciated. I am very thankful to the Guild and its staff members.Arnold, Republic of Ireland
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