Location UK / Ulster
Job Type Permanent, Temporary part-time, TemporaryContract, Trainee
Updated 1 week ago
Nursing Auxiliary - Hospital Wards (Agency)
Nursing Auxiliary | Hospitals | Northern Ireland | Band 2/ Band 3
Bond Healthcare are delighted to be recruiting for experienced Band 2 or Band 3 Nursing Auxiliaries to join our bank to deliver a high standard of care and support in NHS Hospitals across Northern Ireland.
We are recruiting for Nursing Auxiliaries to work in hospitals such as – Royal Victoria, Altnagelvin, Causeway, Antrim, Ulster, Craigavon and MANY MORE!!
We welcome 2nd and 3rd year student nurses who have at least 3 hospital ward placements (minimum of 6 weeks each).
REGISTER TODAY – 028 90 270 747
Nursing Auxiliary duties:
Nursing Auxiliary experience;
To join our agency as a healthcare assistant it is essential you must have at least 3 months, recent, full time paid experience working in a ward setting- carrying out personal care to patients.
Benefits for our Nursing Auxiliary;
Please note an Access NI Enhanced Disclosure will be required for this position.*
Bond Healthcare is a specialist health and social care agency with an in depth sector knowledge, giving you unrivalled access to a quality service and an agency upon which you can rely.
How to apply –
If you are a Nursing Auxiliary with clinical experience please contact Rebecca on 028 90 270747 or send your CV to or apply online.
*A criminal record will not necessarily prohibit an applicant from being successful in their application for this position. For full details please request a copy of Bond’s “Recruitment of Ex-Offenders Policy” from the recruitment consultant dealing with your application or by contacting the company directly.
To view our full range of similar vacancies please visit our website at www.bondhealthcare.com
Bond Healthcare is a trading name of Bond Search & Selection Ltd. We operate as both an Employment Agency and Employment Business. We adhere to all relevant legislation and offer services regardless of age, race, gender, disability or religious belief.