Ronald Gibson House, Tooting
You’re not just a Nurse
And we’re not just another nursing home
You are not just a nurse to the people that live in our homes; you are the extension of their family, their friend, their confidante, their reassurance, their entertainment and most importantly the enabler of their independence and choice.
Whether you are newly qualified, have been working within the NHS or the private sector, your nursing skills are in demand and you can have the pick of employers, so why choose Brendoncare?
Brendoncare is a Charity - Our ‘Care for Life’ promise means that no-one will have to leave their Brendoncare home if their financial situation changes. We do not pay profits to shareholders and any surpluses are invested back into improving services and delivering our ‘Care for Life’ promise.
Our Staff recommend us – In our recent staff survey, 95% of staff agreed that they were proud to work for BrendonCare 89% of staff said they were very likely or quite likely to recommend BrendonCare as a place to work. We invest heavily in staff training and believe in supporting our staff by providing access to an Employee Assistance Scheme offering advice and access to counselling.
Hours of work are 36 per week, to be worked on a rota basis, including alternate weekends.
In return we can offer; a competitive basic salary of £15.90 per hour, enhanced rates for working Bank Holidays, 6 weeks annual leave including Bank Holidays increasing to 6.4 weeks with five years service. In addition we cover the cost of annual NMC registration, we provide training and continuing personal development, a free uniform, free initial DBS Check and free staff meals when on duty.
Visit us: Brendoncare Ronald Gibson House, 236 Burntwood Lane, Tooting, London, SW17 0AN
Home Manager: Victor Njoku
Telephone: 020 8877 9998
Email: click on the link alongside
What our staff say
“The leadership from unit managers right up to CEO is accessible and shows professionalism towards people and situations. You are given plenty of opportunities to voice your opinion if you wish to.”
Colleague at Ronald Gibson House