Advanced nurse practitioners
We need advanced nurse practitioners (ANPs) for temporary, last-minute placements across Scotland. ANPs can access work in a variety of settings such as A&E units, out of hour’s services, GP Practices, Health & Urgent Care Centres, as well as Primary Care Providers.
You’ll need to work to our high standards and in return, you’ll receive full professional support from us.
- A valid NMC Pin
- Evidenced completion of V300 prescribing course
- Evidence of Masters (MSc) in Advanced Clinical Practice
- A minimum of 2.5 years’ experience as an ANP in the last 3 years
- 5 years’ post-registration experience, including two years working at a senior level
- Must be able to work weekday shifts
- The ability to provide medical rota cover, hold the emergency bleep and participate in clinical ward rounds (for hospital ward work only)
- The ability to independently assess, diagnose, treat and refer patients with undifferentiated and undiagnosed illness and minor injury
- A willingness to work to our company expectations
We’re looking for advanced nurse practitioners (ANPS)
The Scottish Nursing Guild are searching for advanced nurse practitioners (ANPs) to fill last minute ANP shifts across Scotland, Northern Ireland and the Republic of Ireland. The ANP jobs we offer are across a variety of settings such as GP practices, A&E centres, out of hours services and more. The shifts include working for both the NHS and private healthcare organisations. If you meet the requirements listed above, register here to start working with us today.
At the Scottish Nursing Guild, we believe nothing should compromise nursing quality. Our nurses are our reputation. We recruit only the very best professionals and those who embrace our ethos, which is why we ask that you meet the requirements at the top of this page before registering to work with us. This way, we can ensure we provide the trusted, high-quality healthcare service we pride ourselves upon.
What can you expect from an advanced nurse practitioner job with us?
The Scottish Nursing Guild is a specialist nursing agency which places ANPs into numerous healthcare organisations across Scotland, Northern Ireland, and the Republic of Ireland. The shifts our nurses fill are often at short notice. However, we believe nursing quality should never be compromised, so we hire only top professionals and offer an exceptional benefits package in return.
Once you are registered with us, you will receive:
- Excellent pay rates
- Reimbursed travel expenses
- Paid NMC/NMBI fees
- Free annual flu voucher
- 24/7 nurse-led telephone support
During the time you’re registered to work with us, you will also have access to exclusive training courses across a range of subjects to keep your knowledge up to date and improve any skills you wish.
Upon completion of your registration as an ANP with us, you will be granted access to our Quick Nurse app. This is an easy-to-use platform which enables you to book ANP shifts that fit around your schedule. In addition, you can notify us of your upcoming availability, which allows us to suggest any upcoming ANP jobs tailored to your schedule. By taking full advantage of the app, you not only gain full flexibility of the time and date of your shifts, but also which healthcare organisations you would like to work for. The flexibility we offer also means you can work for the Guild alongside another part-time or full-time job you have.
Where are our ANP jobs located?
The Scottish Nursing Guild is an ANP nursing agency operating in Scotland, Northern Ireland and the Republic of Ireland. The ANP jobs we have available can often be in remote locations which is why last-minute cover is sometimes needed. However, all travel costs are imbursed should you decide to take these types of shifts.
Our teams operate in multiple cities across these regions such as Edinburgh, Glasgow, Belfast, Dublin, and Cork.
If the Scottish Nursing Guild seems like an ANP agency you’d like to work with, register here to take the next step in your nursing career.
Frequently asked questions
You’ll need a minimum of 12 months experience in the last 18 months, working in an intensive care setting (general, cardiac, neuro or burns).
We have shifts located in Scotland, Northern Ireland and the Republic of Ireland. Just use the Quick Nurse app to browse based on your location and you will instantly find the closest shifts available.
Refer a friend and earn up to €500 cash
Do you have a nursing friend or colleague who would love to work for Scottish Nursing Guild?
Refer them and earn a cash bonus once they work their first few shifts.
Currently available in the Republic of Ireland only.
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