Learning disability nurse jobs
We need learning disability nurses for temporary, last minute placements across Scotland and Northern Ireland. Guild learning disability nurses can access work in both NHS and private hospitals, police stations, prisons, custodial services, schools, patient transfer services, community settings and mental health units, as well as supporting clients to live safely in their own homes. You’ll need to work to our high standards and in return you’ll receive full professional support from us.
- A valid NMC Pin
- A willingness to work to our company expectations
- A minimum of 6 months experience in the last 2 years working in an acute inpatient, community or supported living setting
- A minimum of 12 months experience in the last 18 months working in a complex clinical area (PMLD)
- Evidence of PMVA and experience with behaviours that challenge (desirable)
- A focus on the promotion of independence if working with under 18s
- A focus on the promotion of independence, health and well-being
- Experience of non-verbal communication methods
We’re looking for learning disability nurses
If you’re a learning disability nurse seeking the next opportunity in your career in Scotland, Northern Ireland, or the Republic of Ireland, the Scottish Nursing Guild can assist you. We’re searching for skilled and experienced nurses to cover learning disability nurse shifts in various healthcare settings. We provide a range of last-minute learning disability nurse jobs. Providing you meet the criteria mentioned above, you can register to join us today and enjoy our exceptional benefits package.
Requirements for learning disability nurses
At the Guild, we understand the importance of maintaining high-quality care for individuals with learning disabilities. Our nurses play a vital role in upholding our reputation. Therefore, we seek nurses who share our values. Before registering for learning disability nurse jobs with us, we ask that you meet the requirements listed at the beginning of this page. By doing so, we can continue the delivery of exceptional healthcare, which we take great pride in.
Benefits of joining our team to find learning disability nurse jobs
The Scottish Nursing Guild is a leading nursing agency specialising in placing nurses into learning disability nurse jobs across Scotland, Northern Ireland, and the Republic of Ireland. We provide nursing solutions to healthcare organisations, even in urgent situations when others cannot. We prioritise maintaining the highest standard of care, regardless of the shift requirements. To support our nurses, we offer an excellent benefits package, including:
- Competitive pay rates
- Coverage of NMC/NMBI fees
- Reimbursement of travel expenses
- Free annual flu voucher
- 24/7 nurse-led telephone support
- Access to exclusive training courses on various subjects
Once you complete your registration with us, you will gain access to our Quick Nurse app. This user-friendly platform allows you to conveniently view and book learning disability nurse shifts. You can also update your availability, enabling us to suggest suitable shifts that align with your schedule. Efficient utilisation of Quick Nurse allows you to work with us alongside another part-time or full-time role. You have complete control over the shifts you work, including the desired days of the week, time of day, and even the healthcare settings in which you prefer to work.
Where our learning disability nurse jobs are located
The Scottish Nursing Guild is a learning disability nurse agency operating in Scotland, Northern Ireland and the Republic of Ireland. The learning disability nurse jobs are often in remote locations and require last minute cover, for which we cover mileage costs.
Our teams operate in multiple cities including Edinburgh, Glasgow, Belfast, Dublin and Cork. We also have shifts available across smaller towns and communities.
If you are interested in working with us, register here to advance your learning disability nursing career today.
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 learning disability nurse jobs based on your location and you will instantly find the closest shifts available.
Learning disability nurses in the community
Have you ever considered working in the community? We’re always looking for learning disability nurses to support clients living with complex health needs, at home. Interested? Let us know when you apply. If you already work for us, call your local office to discuss community opportunities.
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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