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Linden House

Night Nurse

Job ID: 4704839

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Number of Positions: 1

Job Type: Nursing

Contract Type: Full Time

Contract Details: Permanent

Salary: From £21.44 per hour to £23.24

Working Hours: 36 hours per week available, on nights to accommodate your work/life balance. This includes alternate weekends and paid breaks

Location: Lymington, Hampshire

Site: Linden House

Closing Date: 24/07/2024

Night Nurse

It’s more than a possibility

Nights: From £21.44 per hour to £24.24 per hour (including enhancements)

36 hours per week available, on nights to accommodate your work/life balance. This includes alternate weekends and paid breaks

We are seeking a nurse to join our dedicated clinical team and become an integral part of the clinical decision-making process in our care homes. The position is available at our stunning home, Linden House in Lymington, Hampshire.


  • Additional hours/overtime opportunities available to suit your circumstances
  • Paid breaks and free meals on duty
  • Free uniforms
  • Opportunities for career advancement to Senior Nurse, Clinical Lead and beyond
  • Strong Support Network
  • Annual NMC subscription reimbursed
  • Support with revalidation
  • Support to become a Practice Assessor / Supervisor
  • Working with student nurses and TNAs to keep thinking fresh and current

You’ll work with fellow Nurses and Senior Care Leads. Our knowledgeable and accessible Clinical and Quality team experts are on hand, with 24/7 on-call support if you need them. They are regular visitors to our homes offering guidance and support where needed. You’ll build lasting relationships with our residents making a meaningful difference in their health and well-being every day translating our care philosophy of “All About Me” into a reality.

About You

The ideal candidate will possess strong clinical knowledge and sound judgment. Excellent communication skills and a positive “can-do” attitude are essential. You should be a team player, detail-oriented, and have a sense of fun.

You should also have experience promoting best practices in wound management, nutrition, tissue viability, end-of-life care, and other crucial clinical interventions.

About Colten Care

We’re an award-winning, family-owned, independent care home group, with an outstanding reputation in the industry. This is due to our amazing people and our focus on keeping the resident at the heart of everything we do.

We strive to be the best we can hence why all 21 of our nursing homes are rated at least good and 7 are outstanding by the CQC, our national regulator.

If a career in elderly care is for you then you want to be part of the team at Colten Care. 

Additional Benefits:

  • Clinical and dementia care conferences led by the Colten team
  • Real progression career opportunities
  • Access to our Senior Clinical Skills Trainer and our wide selection of training programmes
  • Hands-on practical training and Nursing Times e-Learning modules
  • Clinical skills updates on subjects including venepuncture, catheterisation, T34 syringe driver, end-of-life care, and much more