HM Prison Service (HMPS) requires a vast number of people to ensure the best quality care is provided to inmates. Along with officers, chaplaincy, managerial team members, support workers and administrative staff, ensuring excellent healthcare provisions is of course of the utmost importance.
Here at Bradshaw Bretton, we have been working with prison services for a number of years to ensure they have the nursing staff they need to successfully care for inmates. As a result of our ongoing working relationships with key prison services across the country, we are always on the lookout for experienced nursing staff and healthcare assistants to work within the Operational Support (OSG) Teams that provide such a vital service.
Staffing solutions for prison services
We have the staff prison services need to ensure the success of various units, including healthcare departments, integrated drug treatment services, substance misuse units and mental health provisions. Our experienced and flexible Registered Nurses have specialisms in adult, mental health and learning disabilities to ensure the sourcing of fully qualified temporary and permanent staff can be completed with ease.
Our staff are able, knowledgeable and fully committed, working in accordance with the latest NMC code to ensure professional conduct, practice and behaviour. As if that wasn’t enough, all Bradshaw Bretton staff adhere to our best practice, comprehensive quality assurance systems, and undergo continuous training and development to ensure the best level of care can be delivered to your staff and inmates.
Our partnerships with various prison services throughout the UK mean we have some fantastic opportunities for prison nurses. Available on a flexible, temporary or permanent basis, our prison service jobs provide varied and interesting work for the right people. Our staff sit at the centre of the exceptional service we deliver to our clients, that’s why we’re always on the lookout for prison nurses.
- Do you have a minimum of six months’ prison experience in the last five years?
- Are you registered with the NMC?
- Do you have the right to work in the UK?
- Can you provide the documentation that evidences your immunisation record?
If the answer to the questions above is “yes”, we’d like to hear from you. All applicants undertake a three-step compliance process before being interviewed by our team. Successful applicants enjoy a range of benefits including flexible working hours, access to the best opportunities, competitive pay rates, and revalidation, training and career development support, to name a few.
Get started with your application to become a Bradshaw Bretton prison nurse today.