Nursing jobs Belfast
The Scottish Nursing Guild is a nursing agency operating in Northern Ireland, looking to place qualified nurses into nursing jobs in Belfast. We specialise in placing nurses into temporary, last-minute shifts which helps healthcare organisations to provide a consistent standard of care their patients.
For the last 25 years, we’ve set the pace within the temporary nursing sector, offering various opportunities to nurses, midwives and healthcare assistants. We believe that nothing should compromise nursing quality and we have a reputation for professionalism and trustworthiness. We’ve built this by hiring experienced and skilled nurses and, in return, offer outstanding pay rates and benefits packages.
If you are ready to take the next step in your nursing career, register to work with us today and find your perfect nursing job in Belfast.
Benefits of working with the Guild in Belfast
Our nurses are our reputation. We recruit only the very best professionals, and only those who embrace our ethos. Every nurse is flexible, highly experienced and willing to travel long distances, often at short notice. We know our nurses go above and beyond to deliver exceptional care. In return, we provide an array of benefits and full professional support. These include:
- High rates of pay
- Paid NMC fees
- Travel expenses reimbursed
- Flexible shift patterns
- Free annual flu voucher
- Access to voluntary training
- 24/7 nurse-led telephone support
If you’re a nurse with a valid NMC pin, recent experience, and a legal right to work in the UK, we’d love to hear from you. Register now or contact a member of our team for more information.
Benefits of working as a nurse in Belfast
Belfast is a welcoming and friendly city in Northern Ireland. It has top-notch training opportunities and is a great location. Belfast is the ideal place to choose for your next nursing role.
- History – rich with history, Belfast is also the birthplace of the RMS Titanic. The legacy is recalled in the renovated dockyards’ Titanic Quarter, including speciality museums such as Titanic Belfast.
- Culture – such as the Botanic Gardens, a traditional iron framed Victorian conservatory containing many plants from around the world, and the historic walking area of the Cathedral Quarter. There’s plenty of culture to soak in by living in this thriving city.
- Leisure – with an array of bars, restaurants, eateries and cafes scattered across the city, such as Eipic, a Michelin Star awarded restaurant, or The Muddlers Club, there’s something for everyone.
Requirements to register with us for nursing jobs in Belfast
To ensure we deliver the standard of care patients expect, we ask that you meet a set of requirements before registering with us for nursing jobs in Belfast.
We require a minimum of 6 months UK-based experience for general nurses and HCAs. The requirements for specialist nurses and midwives will vary. You can find out exactly how much experience you need for each specialism by visiting our specialism pages.
Types of nurse jobs in Belfast we’re recruiting for
We recruit nurses across a range of specialisms including:
- Community nurses
- Registered general nurses (RGNs)
- ITU nurses
- Theatre nurses and ODPs
- A&E nurses
- Practice nurses
- Paediatric nurses
To see the full list of specialisms, visit our specialisms page. On each page, you can learn more about the skills and experience needed for each specialism, as well as some more information about what to expect from the role when working for the Guild.
Flexible nurse jobs in Belfast
Once you’re fully registered to work with us, you will gain access to our Quick Nurse app. You can use this app to take full advantage of the flexibility working for the Guild provides. You have full control over the types of shifts you take, including the date and time, as well as the healthcare organisation you work for. The flexibility we offer also means you can work for the Guild alongside another part-time or full-time job you have.
If you’re looking to take the next step in your healthcare career and would like to take advantage of the great benefits working as a nurse in Belfast has to offer, register today.
Nursing roles available in Belfast
We work with a number of clients in both hospital and community settings across Belfast, including:
- NHS trusts
- Private hospitals
- Local authorities
- Private nursing homes
- Mental health and learning disability units
- Prisons and custodial services
- Research programmes
- GP practices
With so many different types of nurse jobs in Belfast available, we’re sure you’ll find the perfect role for you.
Nursing pay rates in Belfast
We believe exceptional skills should be recognised with exceptional rewards
Working as a nurse requires a high level of skill and our outstanding pay rates reflect this. Nursing pay rates are dependent on location, specialism and experience and we calculate our pay rates based on grades. Learn more about our nursing pay rates for Northern Ireland, including hourly rates and sick pay. For more general information about pay rates with The Guild, including the low down on our pension scheme and bank holidays, visit our pay rates page.
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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