Relocation Package For Nurses To The South West

Relocate To The South West With A Job In A New Service And £5,000 To Help With The Move.

We’re offering RMN and RNLD nurses the opportunity to relocate to work in one of our four services in the South West – two of which are brand new opening in 2021 – and enjoy a generous relocation package of £5,000 to make it worth your while.

 

We understand that relocating is a big commitment, so to help alleviate the financial burden, our relocation package aims to make the move that bit easier. Whether you are currently renting or are a home owner, or whether you are looking to rent or buy your next home in the place you are relocating to, you can put the relocation package toward any fees or expenses.

 

The South West is home to some of the UKs most enjoyable spots and is full of contrast; providing a life with the freedom to enjoy one or all – from peaceful strolls to rugged cliff climbing , beach sunsets to white water rafting.

 

Imagine living in a place that has it all. From peaceful and serene to busy and vibrant, with a high level of cultural and attractions. Where beaches and towns are only a short distance and the countryside and watersports are within easy reach. Not to mention how cost-effective it is to live there. The price of renting and house prices are often 50% less than other parts of the UK, making your salary go further.

 
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What’s more, with a new learning disability service opening, a new LD ward at the established mental health hospital, plus an acute mental health service, there’s a choice of service to work in. Not only does this mean you can choose the service that’s right for you, but there’s also the option to move around and gain experience in the different services.

 

There is only 60 miles separating the services, all of which are within a short distance to the M5, making a commute to any and all sites quick and easy.

 

You will feel fulfilled, supported and recognised as you care for people with learning disabilities and mental health conditions. With many rewarding benefits, including career development, free meals and your birthday off, there are plenty of reasons to become an Elysium nurse.

 

If you are a preceptee nurse, you’ll also enjoy first-class training and support through the Elysium Preceptorship Academy in your first 12 months.

Pinhoe View

Exeter

Pinhoe View is a new purpose-built facility where a range of mental health services are provided for adults with acute mental health conditions across two wards and eight individual flats.

The 24-hour acute inpatient service is supported by a full multidisciplinary team, which specialises in the assessment, treatment and stabilisation of people suffering from a significant mental health episode and in crisis.

Spring House

Exeter

Spring House is a new 6 bed home with individual apartments for people with a learning disability or autism, who are stepping down from a hospital service and is ready to transition into the community for more independent living. This new service will open in April 2021.  

Wellesley Hospital

Wellington, Somerset

Join the team at Wellesley Hospital as they open a new modern and purpose-built Learning Disability extension for adult males. The new service includes two medium and low secure wards. This is part of a purpose-built 75 bed medium and low secure mental health hospital that has been rated ‘Good’ by the CQC.

The Copse

Western-Super-Mare, Somerset

Work at The Copse and provide rehabilitation for men and women with mental health conditions who require a medium-term placement, focusing on active rehabilitation in order for people to progress into future community placements.

You will support service users as part of a team to maintain links with family and friends, gain opportunities and prepare for community living. Service Users typically come from either acute or low secure hospitals, or directly from the community.

New Service

Cullompton

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