Newly Qualified Nursing (Paediatrics and Neonates B5) Glasgow 2024

DEADLINE 28th April 2024
£30,229 - £37,664

NHS Greater Glasgow and Clyde’s 2024 Newly Qualified Nursing Recruitment programme is now open. Please ensure you complete a new application when applying & note multiple applications will not be considered.

We are looking for enthusiastic, dedicated and passionate nurses to join our team.

Why NHS Greater Glasgow & Clyde?

When you join NHS Greater Glasgow and Clyde, you join an organisation that is committed to delivering high quality, innovative health and social care that is person-centred.

Every day we pool our knowledge, skills and resources to be the best for our patients, their families and each other. Everyone is recognised as having a role to play in providing outstanding person centred care.

Supporting your new career journey

Throughout your first year in post you will undertake the newly qualified nurse programme which supports your transition from pre-registered student to qualified, confident and capable health professional. This includes corporate and specialist induction, a period of preceptorship, clinical supervision sessions and Flying Start, Scotland’s national development programme for all newly qualified nurses, midwives and allied health professionals.

As a Band 5 Nurse you’ll find that you will have the opportunity to work with really amazing nursing colleagues with day-to-day guidance provided by your peers, Senior Charge Nurses / Nurse Team Leads and Lead Nurses.

Our Clinical Nurse Education Team are dedicated to supporting you in the clinical area encouraging your development with regards to knowledge, skills and career progression.

Living and Working in Glasgow and the surrounding area

Whilst you may not be familiar with Glasgow and the surrounding areas as a place to live and work, the Greater Glasgow and Clyde area has many attractions. The West of Scotland combines cosmopolitan charm, lush countryside and soothing seaside. Culturally diverse, architecturally stunning and historically rich, this vibrant region is home to innovation, celebration and the largest city in Scotland – Glasgow.

You can enjoy living in great locations across Glasgow and its outskirts - all with good transport links to our Hospital sites.

As Scotland’s most populous region, the West of Scotland is home to approximately two million people. In addition to the city of Glasgow, East and West Dunbartonshire, Inverclyde, Renfrewshire and East Renfrewshire make up this captivating and eclectic part of the country.

Supporting information for your application

Please complete your application in full and include your areas of interest within your assessment application. Referees must be an academic supervisor and a previous placement mentor.

We will be looking to start you as a band 4 Health Care Support Worker as soon as you pre-employment checks have been completed with your latest start date with us being no later than Monday 2nd October 2023.

We look forward to receiving your application and you can be assured the friendliest of welcomes awaits you.

DEADLINE 28th April 2024