With the recession in full swing,the job market has become increasingly competitive,and Nursing 2000 are an agency offering their expertise,success and client list to nurses seeking employment.With a medically-oriented employment agency,the chances of finding nurse jobs that are suitable,enjoyable and well paid are increased dramatically,something to which previous and current candidates will attest.
Clients with nursing jobs to fill – whether general nursing positions or more specific roles – inform a member of the company’s booking staff, who then pass the details on to appropriate candidates, with the relevant training and experience. Nurse jobs are also advertised on the company’s site, for all candidates to search through and investigate.
The vacancies are widely varying, in length – from emergency cover to both long and short term positions – and in area – from mental health nursing to midwifery – nursing jobs to suit all talents and requirements are available. The company operate nationwide, in private practices, NHS practices, care homes and HMPs, offering challenging new scenarios and opportunities for candidates.
The agency is a steady employer which pays competitively and punctually, via BACS, believing that a reliable employer generates productive, contended staff, reflecting well on the company and the individual, and ultimately serving clients’ needs efficiently. All nurses are annually CRB checked, meet NHS standards and have up-to-date training, with regular opportunities to refresh this training.
The company also offer simple incentives to remind their nurses that they are valued: bonuses and reward schemes, including a monthly prize draw for all nurses who have worked a shift that month. Returning nurses are also rewarded, along with those who introduce new nurses or new clients to the agency, one of the many reasons for the ever-growing success of the agency.For expert management and rewarding placements for nursing staff, this is an agency worth investigating, recently awarded a position on the new national NHS framework agreement for nursing.