As a leading nursing agency in the UK, our Scotland-based nursing team specialises in placing nurses into agency nursing jobs across NHS boards and private healthcare providers throughout Scotland, particularly across the central belt and borders. With a wide range of temporary and contract nursing opportunities with flexible hours available, there has never been a better time to register with us for agency work in Scotland; particularly if you are keen to build your experience in specialist fields such as adult nursing, mental health nursing, theatre work, critical care, primary care and care home nursing. View our latest nurse jobs in Scotland.
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To register for agency nursing in Scotland, you will need to meet the following requirements:
Regardless of the role, agency nursing in Scotland can be highly rewarding. As specialists in placing nurses into the NHS, we pride ourselves on finding the ideal candidate for every job. All of our roles require you to possess first-rate communication and interpersonal skills, excellent problem-solving nature and an ability to operate in a timely and efficient manner.
In order to excel in one of our roles, you will also need to be flexible, highly organised and command excellent attention to detail. What’s more, you must be able to concentrate for long periods of time and work well under pressure.
If you feel you are able to match this description, a career in Scotland with Medacs Healthcare is tailor-made for you.
Join our agency nursing family in Scotland to access these benefits:
Discover the locations of our current nursing jobs in Scotland, including directions, distances and travel times from your home address.
To register your interest or learn more about the full range of opportunities we have to offer, contact our friendly and experienced Glasgow-based team via email or call 0141 225 5451 during office hours. Alternatively, complete the form below:
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