Registered Nurse - Various Central London locations

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We are looking for nurses of all grades with NHS experience to join one of the largest and most successful Foundation Trusts in the UK. Take advantage of fantastic rates and excellent opportunities as well as flexible shifts and more benefits than most agencies can offer. 

University College London Hospital is a modern, innovative hospital looking for compassionate, motivated nurses who are available to work flexibly in the London area.

Do you want to work with a team that values you and the incredible contribution your role makes to our NHS? Do you like the sound of flexible work, weekly pay and your choice of shifts to fit around where and when you want to work? Then we have the perfect roles for you!

Aside from a fantastic job within a great hospital, what else can we offer you?

  • Access to “Lines of Work” (guaranteed short, medium or long-term shifts)
  • Weekly pay
  • Your choice of wards
  • Core skills training
  • Access to extra training to enhance your skills
  • A designated onsite team to offer support and introduce you to new departments/wards
  • Priority over agency workers
  • Online self-booking system
  • Electronic timesheets
  • Dedicated compliance and bookings teams

All you need is:

  • 6 months NHS experience
  • Valid NMC pin
  • Right to work in the UK

We could have you registered and working for us in as little as 20 days. So what are you waiting for? Apply today! 

Bank Partners is an employment agency/employment business (as defined by the Conduct of Employment Agencies and Employment Businesses Regulations 2003) and is acting on behalf of its client in relation to this vacancy.

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