We are proud to announce the launch of a new partnership to recruit 100 temporary nurses to trusts throughout North Wales. In conjunction with Betsi Cadwaladr University Health Board, this latest project will help to protect against long-term staff shortages in the region.
Set to be rolled out in phases across five of the region’s hospitals, phase one will see us recruit 40-day nurses for positions at Glan Clwyd Hospital in Rhyl. Further opportunities for A&E, ITU and general nurses will follow at Betsi Cadwaladr’s sites at Wrexham Maelor, Ysbyty Gwynedd, Denbigh Community and Llandudno General Hospital.
These latest nursing jobs offer a generous £100 joining bonus (subject to terms and conditions), long-term competitive pay rates and the potential to accept block bookings. Eligible nurses will also receive revalidation support and a dedicated recruitment consultant, courtesy of Medacs Healthcare.
Currently the largest health organisation in Wales, Betsi Cadwaladr University Health Board employs over 17,000 staff across 25 medical facilities, including three major A&E units. The renowned health board provides primary, community, mental health and acute hospital services for the population of North Wales.
All (five) hospitals are easily accessible by road and rail. Manchester is an hour and a half away by car, while Birmingham and London are also within driving distance. The region is well connected by rail, offering access from both the north and south of England and Wales. First-rate accommodation is also available for nurses travelling from further afield.
Medacs Healthcare’s Operations Director of Specialist Staffing, Trish Davidson, believes this latest union will deliver positive results for both parties. “As one of the country’s leading nursing agencies, we are delighted to be entering into partnership with Betsi Cadwaladr [University Health Board]. Our aim to recruit 100 staff to A&E, ITU and general nursing positions in North Wales will ensure the health board is protected against short staffing. The partnership also presents a fantastic opportunity for agency nurses working through Medacs Healthcare.”
If you are keen to learn more about the exciting nursing jobs we have available with Betsi Cadwaladr University Health Board, please contact our dedicated recruitment team via email or call 01785 236 202.
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