Registered Nurse Jobs (RGN Jobs)

We’re hiring registered nurses to change lives

If you are looking for a rewarding career with heart, supporting people who need it and improving their quality of life, one of our Registered General Nurse jobs (RGN) could be perfect for you.

Previous experience and a current Nursing & Midwifery Council (NMC) pin is required. We provide continual CPD training. By committing to regular hours each week, we can offer both continuity and flexibility in your day-to-day life.

We are a family-owned business that has provided reliable and professional care since 1986. We provide a wide range of care services tailored to a person’s needs, including live-in care, home care, and residential care homes. We pride ourselves in putting the person first and fully understanding the needs of each individual.

Registered nurse job benefits

  • An opportunity to give back to those who need it most
  • Flexible working patterns or contracted hours available
  • Welcome bonus of £1000
  • Competitive salary
  • Paid induction training period
  • Free DBS
  • Fast-tracked job offer system
  • Excellent career progression
  • Supported internal training
  • Having your voice heard within the company
  • Free meals on full shifts
  • Blue Light Card and National Health Discount Scheme, offering up to 60% off high street names
  • Employee Assistance Programme with access to medical, financial and emotional support
  • Long service bonus

RGN job description

Motivate, mentor and develop a team of care assistants and senior care assistants to ensure that residents are supported according to their individual care plans at all times.

Complying with each care home’s policies and procedures at all times.

What does a Registered Nurse (RGN) do?

As a Registered Nurse (RGN), you’ll have the satisfaction of really caring for people within a fantastic homely environment. You will be at the forefront of our homes, mentoring and developing a team of care staff to ensure that the clinical needs of our residents are met.

As an experienced RGN, you will be organised and ready to adapt to challenges and have the expertise needed to provide a professional, safe and high quality care and support service.

What an excellent RGN looks like

  • A current NMC pin
  • Evidence of clinical CPD
  • At least one year’s post graduate nursing experience
  • Previous experience in a care home would be advantageous but is not essential
  • A caring nature and desire to make a difference in someone’s life
  • The right to work in the UK
  • A good level of English – both written and spoken
  • Approachable and supportive
Registered nurse job vacancies

Registered Nurse

Derby, DE23 1RJ

“Valuing colleagues, working collaboratively, passionate about learning, a culture of knowledge and excelling in the work we undertake,” these are our values, what are yours?Do you share our values and passion for making a real difference to the lives of the people we support?Are you looking for a role where you can grow, excel and put those va... Read More

“Valuing colleagues, working collaboratively, passionate about learning, a culture of knowledge and excelling in the work we undertake,” these are...

Salary
£42,000-44,000 per year

Posted
13/01/2023

Deputy Care Home Manager

Derby, DE23 1RJ

Agincare are pleased to offer a new opportunity for a Care Home Deputy Manager in Derby£40,000-45,000 per year42 hours per weekRefer a friend scheme up to £1000Outstanding career developmentBlue Light Care discount packageEmployee Assistance ProgrammeCompany pension schemeStaff appreciation incentivesAbout The RoleNightingale Care Home is a ... Read More

Agincare are pleased to offer a new opportunity for a Care Home Deputy Manager in Derby£40,000-45,000 per year42 hours per weekRefer a friend sche...

Salary
£40,000-45,000

Posted
18/01/2023

Health & Care Worker

Portland, DT5 1BB

Agincare is a family-run business caring for people since 1986. With over 3,500 team members, we’re one of the UK’s largest privately-owned social care groups and we continue to grow. With over 50 locations across our Care Homes, Home Care branches, and Live-in Care offices, there really is something for everyone. We believe that if we remain ... Read More

Agincare is a family-run business caring for people since 1986. With over 3,500 team members, we’re one of the UK’s largest privately-owned social...

Salary
Array

Posted
13/01/2022

Frequently asked questions

What is a registered nurse?

A registered nurse is a licensed professional who provides and coordinates patient care. They are at the forefront of our care and nursing homes, mentoring and developing a team of senior care workers and care workers to ensure that the clinical and mental health needs of our residents are met. If you are an experienced registered nurse with strong communication skills we'd welcome your application.

To be considered for our registered nurse jobs, you will need the professional expertise and experience to ensure all our care homes provide safe, high quality care.

How much do registered nurses make?

The pay for registered nurse jobs varies depending on the setting in which they work. Staff nurses salaries in the NHS start around £26,000, whilst in a private setting such as a nursing home experienced registered nurses will usually earn above £34,000.

What else can a registered nurse do?

Registered nurse jobs are complex and varied, but amongst many other tasks for this job type they could be responsible for administering medication, taking bloods, changing catheters, dressing wounds and patient risk assessments.

Can I retrain as a nurse at 50?

Yes, there is no age limit on training to be a nurse.

Do I need a nursing degree to work as a registered nurse?

Most people will complete a nursing degree to become a registered nurse which typically takes about 3 years.

What are the requirements to become a registered nurse?

A nursing degree or equivalent and registration with the Nursing Midwifery Council (NMC) is required. The NMC also require strong English language and communication skills.

Is becoming a registered nurse hard?

Yes it is, however it is a rewarding role. Once the degree and registration is complete, you are able to apply for registered nurse jobs. The Royal College of Nursing supports prospective, new and existing nurses to effectively do their roles whilst maintaining positive mental health and a good work life balance.

How many years does it take to be a registered nurse?

It typically takes around three years of full time study.

Do I need a driving license for RGN jobs near me in the care sector?

Nursing home nurses work in fixed locations and so driving licences are not essential. However in some care sector roles, staff nurses may be required to travel to other locations and in these cases a driving license may be required.

Does Agincare have part-time registered nurse jobs?

Yes, we have part time roles available in our nursing homes, which work well for some people to achieve a good work life balance. Please use our job search functionality to find part-time nursing jobs near you.

What career path is available for RGNs with Agincare?

Experienced registered nurses with strong communication skills can progress to job types such as clinical lead roles, and then onto Deputy Manager and Registered Manager roles.