Nurse Uk Visa Sponsorship Available

December 31, 2023
£21.9 - £21.9 / hour

Job Description





  • 12.5 hours as a registered nurse
  • The Cotswolds, Bourton-on-the-Water GL54
  • Pay rate: £21.88 per hour


Jubilee Lodge is a 74-bed nursing home in Bourton on the Water. In a friendly, homelike setting, the home provides individualised dementia, nursing, respite, and intermediate care. We have a rating of 9.6 and a Care Quality Commission rating of Good. We have a fantastic opportunity for a full or part-time Day Nurse.


Every day, our care teams make a significant difference, and your professionalism, warmth, and compassion will be at the heart of all you do. You may be the sole nurse on the shift at times, and you will be responsible for leading and managing the care team to ensure high standards of nursing and personal care are fulfilled, as well as providing clinical leadership and guidance as needed. You will deliver, monitor, and re-evaluate care needs in collaboration with each resident, their main carers, family members, and the home’s larger team, as well as efficiently liaise with GPs, hospitals, and other organisations.


The role is extremely gratifying, and you will be presented with a diverse range of clinical experiences to help you build your abilities and prospects for professional advancement on a regular basis, all offered in a supportive, engaging, and rewarding environment.



You must be a registered general nurse or registered mental health nurse who is currently registered with the NMC. You will have post-registration experience, be able to demonstrate continuing professional development activities, and be able to operate independently. You will comprehend regulatory frameworks and have experience with, or be willing to learn about:


– Administration of medication

– Catheters

– Palliative care

– Death verification

– Syringe operators

– Gastrostomy support

– Veinpuncture

– Diabetes education

– Viability of tissue

– Epilepsy education

– Deterioration management – Sepsis awareness


You’ll be a positive role model with strong communication skills and a natural ability to foster positive workplace connections. As a helpful leader, you will inspire your team to provide the best possible care to our residents at all times.



Our Nurses receive excellent compensation. In a consultative, case-management capacity, our responsibilities provide greater flexibility in working patterns, more autonomy in decision making, and the ability to create deep relationships with the residents in your care.

The Trust is a fantastic place to work; we’ve been delivering care for than 1,000 years and are now the UK’s second largest not-for-profit provider. Because we are not-for-profit, we reinvest every penny we earn back into our residents, colleagues, and the care homes where we live and work. As a result, we provide a wide range of benefits, including a competitive pay and opportunities for training and growth.


As a valued member of our team, you will also receive the following benefits:

– 30 days of vacation (including bank holidays)

– Weekend pay rates are higher.

– Completely paid NMC PIN renewal

– Payment of Sponsorship Certificates to Eligible Nurses

– A corporate pension

– Complimentary uniform

– No cost DBS

– Participation in our Employee Assistance Programme

– Blue Light Card and ‘My Rewards’ scheme, which provide discounts on shopping, outings, restaurants, and other activities.


If you believe you have the abilities and temperament to provide the best possible care to our residents as a Registered Nurse in one of our care homes, you might be the next to join us. So, apply immediately and begin your career with us.

We reserve the right to close this position before the closing date without notice. If you are interested, we invite you to apply as soon as possible.