Nursing jobs Derry
If you are a nurse looking for a nursing job in Derry, the Scottish Nursing Guild is an ideal agency for you. We are a nursing agency operating in Derry, which places nurses into shifts that are often last-minute or in remote locations. We offer amazing pay rates, and a whole host of impressive benefits such as reimbursed travel costs and paid NMC fees.
We are an established nursing agency who have been setting the pace in the temporary nursing sector for the last 25 years across a range of nursing specialisms. If you’d like to join the Scottish Nursing Guild, register here to start your application process.
Benefits of working as a nurse with the Guild
As a leading nursing agency in Derry, we recognise the great service our nurses deliver every day. In return for their hard-work, dedication, and flexibility, we offer a full array of benefits and professional support, including:
- 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
We also offer exceptional flexibility through our Quick Nurse app. This app allows you to search for nursing jobs in Derry at the touch of a button. It will take into consideration your skills and location, then offer you the most relevant shifts available. You can also input your availability and set up alerts so, as soon as a suitable shift become available that fits your schedule, you’ll be instantly notified.
If the Scottish Nursing Guild sounds like a good fit to help you find nurse jobs in Derry, register to join us today.
Benefits of working as a nurse in Derry
Derry is a beautiful walled city in Northern Ireland. The city has fabulous shopping, vibrant museums, and is just a short drive from the rugged beauty of Donegal.
- Arts, culture and heritage – the city is rich with cultural heritage from the 400-year-old city walls, to the Peace Bridge and St Columb’s Cathedral.
- Shopping – there are plenty of places to shop including Foyleside, the biggest shopping centre in the north west of Ireland. Or, if you’re looking for independent shops, Derry is well known for its indie shopping scene.
- Derry Girls – explore the filming locations of Derry Girls, have a Derry Girls afternoon tea or take part in a walking tour.
Types of nurse jobs in Derry
We are currently recruiting for a variety of nursing and HCA specialisms in Derry which include:
- Mental Health HCAs
- Community Nurses
- Registered General Nurses (RGNs)
- ITU Nurses
- Theatre Nurses & ODPs
To view our full list of specialisms, visit our specialisms page. Each individual specialism page details the requirements needed to work for us and more information about what to expect when working for the Scottish Nursing Guild in Derry.
Clients you could work for as a nurse in Derry
The variety of shifts we offer our nurses is extremely large due to the number of clients we work with. We have roles available within the NHS and in the private sector. The types of healthcare organisations we work with include:
- HSE trusts
- Private hospitals
- Private nursing homes
- Mental health and learning disability units
- Research programmes
- GP practices
With so many different types of nurse jobs available in Derry, we’re sure you’ll find the perfect role for you.
Nursing pay rates in Derry
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. Learn more about our nursing pay rates for Derry, including hourly rates, sick pay, and bank holiday rates by visiting 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
Work with the Scottish Nursing Guild
Read our blog
This is following some fantastic feedback from our Belfast Team. They pointed out that Okikiolu has been a great help with a new community package. He adjusted his shifts to accommodate the required care and always responds to our calls. We caught up with Okikiolu to see how he feels…
If you’re supporting a loved one with a terminal condition, it can be difficult to know where to start. In this blog, we’ll help you understand the five stages of palliative care. With access to the right advice and information, you can start to plan out the medical, emotional, and…
The charity Age UK recently published research that suggests 6.6 million people worry that they won’t know how to support their elderly parents. As people live for longer, more adult children are taking on these responsibilities. Many are already caring for elderly parents at home, helping them with tasks such…
Caring for a parent with dementia at home can be overwhelming. As you prepare for the journey ahead of you, it is important to arm yourself with as much information as possible. We also recommend getting all the advice and support that you can, to benefit both you and your…
This is following some fantastic feedback we have received directly from a client: “I want to thank Prav for his invaluable contributions to the CMHT team. It has been a privilege to work alongside Prav and witness firsthand the expertise and skills he has brought to the care and treatment…