A career in nursing is both rewarding and challenging. As a Newcross nurse, you’ll be providing all-important care and support to service users and their families in a variety of care settings.
If you’re an experienced nurse looking to expand your career, grow your skill set and be part of a working community that truly values you and your expertise, why not apply today? We are looking for nurses within a broad spectrum of disciplines and specialities and have many jobs that could be perfect for you.
Below are the four main types of nursing roles we are looking to fill.
Registered nurses (RNs) form the backbone of health care provision in Britain.
Some key areas of responsibility for a registered nurse are:
Performing physical exams and health histories before making critical decisions
- Providing health promotion, guidance, and education
- Administering medications
- Coordinating care, in collaboration with other healthcare professionals
We have registered nurse positions in care homes, nursing homes, hospitals, and the wider community. Every day offers new challenges and rewards as our nurses deliver the very best possible care to those with complex healthcare needs.
Mental health nurses assist in promoting and supporting a person’s recovery and enabling them to have more involvement and control over their condition.
Mental health nurses typically support people with issues ranging from anxiety and depression to personality and eating disorders or addiction to drugs or alcohol.
- Assessing and supporting service users
- Encouraging patients to take part in therapies like role play, art, drama, and discussion
- Assisting with physical care in some circumstances
- Administering Medication
Newcross mental health nurse jobs are based mostly in nursing homes that specialise in the care of the elderly with dementia. However, we also have positions within the community, in private hospitals and in secure environments.
Learning Disability Nurse (RNLD)
Newcross learning disability nurse (RNLD) jobs involve working with individuals who have learning disabilities and a range of different health needs as a result.
Responsibilities of a learning disability nurse include:
· Assisting a service user to live an independent life
· Improving/ maintaining a person’s physical and mental health
Some of our clients need support on a daily basis to live independent and fulfilling lives, while others may have medical needs, or profound physical and/or learning disabilities.
A Paediatric Nurse provides health and medical care for children of all ages and works with families to address any concerns of problems. Newcross Healthcare often has paediatric nursing jobs available within our complex care teams.
Responsibilities of a paediatric nurse include:
- Pediatric nurses provide health and medical care for children from birth through their late teens
- Providing support and guidance to parents of children who have specific medical requirements
Newcross Healthcare has paediatric nurse jobs available within our complex care teams. The role can see a paediatric nurse working in hospitals, doctor’s office, clinic, and surgical centres as well as other health care settings.