You must have experience of delivering Covid & FLU vaccinations
The role will be working for this private client who are working alongside the NHS to deliver the COVID19 and Flu vaccinations across the UK.
The team are looking for registered nurses who have vaccination or injection experience and who are happy to a) undergo full training for this programme and b) register with our agency for this position.
The hours for these positions are Monday – Friday 8.45am – 7.45pm
We are looking for nurses who will be able to work at least 2-3 of these shifts per week up to full time of 5 days per week.
We are looking for candidates to start in September.
Further details are available on request.
The pay rate for this registered nurse role is £23.00 per hour (Umbrella).
Requirements of this Registered Nurse vacancy:
- You must be a Registered Nurse RGN/RMN or RNLD with a valid NMC Pin.
- You must be willing to undertake full training for this position
- You must be willing to fully register with our agency
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