Nursing jobs Fife
Here at The Guild, we work across Scotland, Northern Ireland and the Republic of Ireland to place the right nurses into the right roles. We’re always looking for qualified nurses to fill nursing jobs in Fife and we provide amazing pay, reimbursed travel costs and fantastic training opportunities. For the last 20 years, we’ve set the pace within the temporary nursing sector, and we have various short-term and long-term opportunities for nurses, operating department practitioners and healthcare assistants. Learn more about the nursing specialisms we recruit across or read on to discover the benefits of registering with The Guild and the types of nursing roles we have available in Fife.
Ready to start your journey with The Guild? Register today and find the perfect nursing job in Fife.
Known as the Kingdom of Fife and is located in the eastern part of Scotland, Fife is known for its beautiful countryside, rolling hills, forests and coastlines. The region has a rich history with ancient standing stones, and a number of stunning castles and palaces. But Fife is not just a place for history buffs – it is also a hub for creativity and innovation, making it a fantastic place to choose for your next nursing role.
Benefits of working with The Guild
We know our nurses go above and beyond to deliver exceptional care. In return, we provide an array of benefits and full 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
Benefits of working as a nurse in Fife
- Place to study – Fife is home to the famous St Andrews University. But, also within an hour’s commute of Fife are some of Scotland’s best Universities including Dundee, UHI Perth, Edinburgh Napier and Queen Margaret.
- Rich history – Home to Mary Queen of Scots favourite palace, Falkland Palace. Fife is home to beautiful castles as well as some of the oldest and most well-preserved standing stones in Europe.
- Green credentials – Fife is a region celebrated for pioneering renewable energy. This makes it an exciting place to work and be part of the push towards a more sustainable future.
Learn more about the specialisms we’re recruiting for in Fife, including:
- Registered Mental Health Nurses (RMNs)
- Mental Health HCAs
- Community Nurses
- Registered General Nurses (RGNs)
- ITU Nurses
- Theatre Nurses & ODPs
Can’t see your specialism? Don’t worry! Visit our specialism pages to see the full list of 25 specialisms we recruit across. With so much choice, you’re sure to find a suitable nursing job in Fife with The Guild.
Nursing roles available in Fife
We work with a number of clients in both hospital and community settings across Fife, 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 Fife
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 Scotland, 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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