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As a Registered Nurse or Mental Health Nurses in Colwyn Bay, Conwy, Deganwy, Llandudno, Llanrwst and the surrounds, you’ll work in a variety of care homes and other establishments in your area. You’ll be supporting with medication support, the development of care plans and the management of a qualified team of health and social care workers. We’re a forward-thinking employer that values the hard work of our nurses, with a range of benefits on offer. Thanks to our handy app, HealthForceGo, you can pick up shifts to suit you when you’re on the go, and no zero-hour contracts.
What you’ll gain
An hourly rate of up to £28.13, including holiday pay
Get paid instantly with Flexi Pay
Select shifts to suit your lifestyle through our app, with part-time, full-time, night and day shifts available
Free, ongoing clinical training to further your career
Access to NHS registered GPs via a Virtual GP app and mental health support
Exclusive access to RCNi decision making tools and support with revalidation

What you’ll need
As a nursing expert, you’ll have over 6 months of post-qualification experience. You’ll have the right to work in the UK and a smartphone to pick up shifts and submit timesheets via our bespoke app, HealthForceGo. Access to your own mode of transport would be beneficial, but isn’t required.
In addition to clinical excellence, we also expect you to uphold our core values of trust, empathy and expertise whenever you’re on shift. Think you have what it takes? Joining Newcross has many benefits. You’ll be working for one of the UK’s leading independent healthcare providers and joining a supportive community of like-minded individuals who live and breathe helping others.
Flexi Pay!
You choose when you get paid with Flexi Pay! Simply submit your timesheets through our HealthForceGo® app and you’ll be able to instantly withdraw up to 50% of the value of your existing shifts even on weekends and bank holidays.
Apply today and you can start within a week!

An exciting job opportunity has arisen for a committed RGN to work in an exceptional care home based in the Aberdare, Mid Glamorgan area. As a Nurse you will be working for one of UK’s leading health care providersThis a purpose-built care home designed for older people requiring residential and nursing care. The home has recently been refurbished and each bedroom and lounge is designed to ensure comfort and safety. The care homes dedicated team ensure we meet the resident’s individual care and social needsAs a Nurse your key responsibilities include:• Providing leadership and support for support staff and act as a champion for residents’ safety and dignity• Maintaining skills and knowledge and ensure that care is delivered according to latest guidelines and best practice evidence available• Ensuring the ongoing safety of service users, residents, staff and visitors through systematic assessment, monitoring and reviewing processes• Ensuring that clear and accurate records and communication systems relating to clinical and care delivery are maintained and effectively used• Acting as a role model for good clinical and care governance practice• Taking charge of the unit regularly and, in the absence of the management team, accepting responsibility for the smooth and effective running of the unit• Helping to maintain the security of the building and its environmentAn ideal Nurse will have the following skills which are beneficial for this role:• Caring & compassionate with an excellent clinical track record• Passionate about delivering outstanding care to older people• Excellent communication, organisation and leadership skills• Quality driven with a desire to continually improve yourself and our servicesThe successful Nurse will be working will be paid a competitive salary of £16.00. This exciting position has opportunities for both full time and part time available. In return for your hard work and commitment you will receive the following generous benefits: **£2,000 Welcome Bonus**• £1,000 CPD training account* for you to choose your own further training and personal development • We’ll pay 100% of your annual NMC fees • Specialist dementia training and support from our award-winning, university-accredited ‘Creative Minds’ programme• Range of salary sacrifice benefits including childcare vouchers, pension, car leases, gym membership, technology purchase schemes and more• Online benefits portal with a range of offers and cashback rewardsTo be considered for this position you must be qualified as an RGN with a current active NMC PinReference ID: 1212To apply for this fantastic job role, please call Sam Wilson on 01216380567 or send your CV to

Full time, 42 hours per week – Days

Shift pattern

1 week at 48 hours and next week 36 hours  7.45 – 20.15  with half an hour unpaid break
As a Nurse with Leonard Cheshire you’ll be responsible and accountable for providing the highest standards of nursing, clinical and personal support, while promoting independence and choice to our customers. Leading a team of support staff you will ensure the smooth and efficient management of the shift, prioritising, planning and delegating activities for the support team.

You will:

Be a registered nurse (current registration with NMC).
Have thorough and up-to-date knowledge of nursing theory and best practice at the level of a qualified nurse (level 5).
Be able to demonstrate effective nursing practice in all basic registered nurse procedures.
Work flexibly within rostered hours and on-call rota as required.
Please see the Job Description for further details.

We are currently seeking an experienced and suitably qualified Senior Residential Support Worker to join an established team in one of our residential children’s homes.

You must hold a recognised qualification, either NVQ Level 3 Health and Social Care – Children and Young People or QCF Level 3 Diploma in Health and Social Care – Children and Young People and have at least one years’ experience in a residential childcare setting.

We offer good rates of pay plus a sleep-in allowance, comprehensive training and on-going personal development.

An enhanced Disclosure and Barring Service check and registration with the Care Council for Wales are required for this position. You must also be a driver with a licence for manual transmission.

Please do not apply for this role if you do not have the required minimum experience and qualification.

This is an exciting opportunity to join our team at Parkland Place our prestigious, 16-bed private residential rehabilitation treatment centre.

Within this role you will lead in the development, delivery and evaluation of the counselling service to clients in a residential setting and within this to work autonomously within professional guidelines and exercise responsibility for the methodical governance of psychological practice within the service.

You will have a diploma in counselling and current BACP membership and accreditation. You will have a minimum of 2 years’ experience in addictions counselling and delivering group work.

M & D Care are embarking on a significant period of growth and therefore require new managers to join their growing team of care professionals. Our employees are a diverse, inclusive and a talented team of individuals, striving to make a difference through their everyday work. Working for M & D Care means you’ll get the opportunity to work with amazing people and help to enhance and fulfil the lives of the people we support. As the Home Manager, you will be based at one of our Llanelli/Swansea/Neath Port Talbot services with the responsibility for management of day-to-day operations. You will be supported by an exceptional management team, who are caring, passionate and highly motivated.

To provide support to children and adults who have a learning disability and autism within their own homes and for activities.

We are currently looking for Registered Nurses to join our agency team for work in various health and social care settings throughout the Cardiff Area. We have a range of temporary, term contract and permanent opportunities for RGNs and specialist nurses, and welcome applications from candidates with both full and part time availability.

At Gofal, we pride ourselves on providing the very best support to care providers and operate a stringent selection process to ensure that only applicants with a genuine passion for their work and a natural aptitude for providing care of the highest standards are selected to join our agency. Reliability is essential, as is compassion, diligence and integrity. Whether you are looking for a short-term stop gap or a long-term position in which to advance your career, we seek to develop sustainable relationships with our candidates which enable us to support you for the duration of your work life.

We will work with you to understand your career goals and match your skills and experience appropriately with suitable opportunities, and if you possess the following skills and attributes, we’d love to hear from you;

• Fully qualified with active NMC registration essential
• Recent experience in a clinical setting
• Experience in producing care plans and preparing risk assessments
• A caring and considerate nature, able to approach care giving with compassion
• An unfailing dedication to your work and commitment to high standards
• Professionalism, with the ability to remain calm under pressure
• The ability to approach sensitive situations with tact and confidentiality
• Excellent communication skills and a friendly, open conversational style
• Ability to use your own initiative and work independently as well as part of a team
• A high level of patience and stamina
• A mature and flexible attitude to the requirements of the job
• Respect for residents/patients and their families
• Manual dexterity and a good level of physical strength

Access to your own transport and the ability to work varied shift patterns including evenings, weekends, bank holidays and nights is highly beneficial.

If you can bring passion, hard work and dedication to our team, please submit an application with your up to date CV and a brief covering letter.

We are seeking a Children and young persons (CYP) support worker in New Port to effectively deliver semi-independent living support to vulnerable young people aged 16-25. The CYP support worker will work with young people to promote and develop essential life skills to support their transition into independent living.

Just ONE is a Health and Social Care Company looking for flexible, enthusiastic, compassionate and caring people to provide up to 24 hours support to vulnerable young people aged 16-25.

Main responsibilities include:

Monitor the health and safety of the young person and the property

Monitor the young person’s ability to engage with everyday living and develop skills where necessary

Establish good relationships with the young people

Promote professional boundaries between employee and young people

Escalate concerns including safeguarding regarding young people’s welfare to Head Office

Encourage young people to access education, training, employment and any other activities supporting any application or enrolment process

Complete daily notes regarding each young person’s progress

Attend regular support & supervisions


Minimum of 12 months experience working with children and young people- can be volunteer or personal experiences

Will be expected to work; days, evenings, overnights and weekends as required, plus a minimum of 1 sleep in per week

Willing to travel nationwide


Ability to prioritise actions to achieve goals set

Have a NVQ L3 in working with children and young people or relevant qualification (if not, willing to sign up for one with the company)

Effective communication skills

What you’ll get in return:

28 days holiday (inclusive of bank holidays)

Permanent contracts; Part/Full time.

FTE: up to £20,000 (based on working 32 hours a week and 1 sleep-ins)

32 hours = 2 shifts a week

Sleep ins as extra hours

Discounts on 1000’s of retailers, food and drink and holiday companies

Full training given with CPD accredited certificates

QCF’s available

Career progression within the company

Job Types: Full-time, Part-time

Pay: Up to £20,000.00 per year

Cardiff Safeguarding and Children Looked After teams are now based in 3 localities across the city, moving services into the communities with which they work. This is the first step of a move towards better-integrated public services, working more closely with partners within the community. We will be working jointly with partners to ensure citizens have access to all the services and opportunities available to them within their local community.

Within the team’s geographical area you will support children and young people through robust assessment, SMART planning and effective intervention to support them in achieving positive outcomes within their families and communities. Working within a restorative practice approach, you will work in partnership with families and multi-agency colleagues in intervening to address both the presenting concerns and underlying difficulties.

This is an exciting opportunity to join the service which puts the individual at the heart of our work. The teams work from a strengths-based (Signs of Safety) approach to meet the needs of young people and their families.
Cardiff has exciting opportunities to develop practice knowledge in areas that you wouldn’t find elsewhere within Wales.

You will have an offer of direct access to a senior manager as mentor, if required. You will form a critical key part of the locality management team: shaping its practice and development alongside the other PSWs, Team Managers and your Operational Manager.

Within the team you will take the role of Practice Leader, working with the Team Manager, supporting and encouraging the culture within the services as well as leading, teaching and modelling the Signs of Safety approach. You will work alongside the Team Manager to help in managing the performance and development of Social Workers as well as contributing to the development and maintenance of effective systems to ensure quality services to children in need and their families.

The successful candidates must have robust safeguarding experience and experience of working with Children looked after and be confident with court proceedings. As a child protection social worker, you must be flexible and able to work under pressure. Due to the nature of the role candidates must have front line post qualifying experience in child protection services.

A degree in Social Work is essential for this role, as well as excellent skills in assessment and the ability to write concise records and reports. You will be a good team player, have excellent communication, organisation skills and IT skills.

Part time, 33 hours per week – Nights

Fixed term contracted. Position required from April 2021 to cover for maternity leave

As a Support Worker/Healthcare Assistant with Leonard Cheshire you’ll provide a high level of care and support to vulnerable people, enabling them to live the life they choose. You’ll assist with daily tasks including personal care, medication and assistance at mealtimes, motivating and encouraging choice and participation.

Experience as a Support Worker, Care Assistant or Healthcare Assistant is desirable but not essential as we offer an excellent training and induction programme to get you fully trained in your new role!

In return we offer a great range of employee schemes and benefits, including generous annual leave, free Blue Light card, discounts for high street retailers, contributory pension scheme and so much more!
Leonard Cheshire welcomes applications from all sections of the community. We actively encourage applications from people with a disability, supporting where possible, your requirements for reasonable adjustments.

A satisfactory disclosure check (PVG membership in Scotland) is required for this post.

Shortlisting for this role may take place as applications are received. We therefore reserve the right to close this vacancy once suitable candidates have been appointed.

* No agencies please *

We are currently seeking an experienced and suitably qualified Senior Residential Support Worker to join an established team in one of our residential children’s homes in the Bridgend area.

You must hold a recognised qualification, either NVQ Level 3 Health and Social Care – Children and Young People or QCF Level 3 Diploma in Health and Social Care – Children and Young People and have at least one years’ experience in a residential childcare setting.

We offer good rates of pay plus a sleep-in allowance, comprehensive training and on-going personal development.

An enhanced Disclosure and Barring Service check and registration with the Care Council for Wales are required for this position. You must also be a driver with a licence for manual transmission.

Please do not apply for this role unless you meet the required criteria re experience and qualification.

Job Types: Full-time, Permanent

Salary: £23,014.00-£26,092.00 per year