Royal Berkshire NHS Trust (Royal Berkshire Hospital, Reading)
For the last two years the Trust has been recognized as one of the Health Service Journal’s top 100 places to work. In the 2015 staff survey our staff rated us more positively than the acute trust average on key quality measures such as:
- Staff satisfaction with the standard of care provided by the Trust.
- The Trust acting on concerns raised by patients.
- Effective use of patient/service user feedback.
RBH NHS Job Offer:
- Starting pay - Band 4 while undertaking OSCE
- Band 5 Staff Nurse scale after OSCE £24,907 per annum.
- OSCE Exam Training & Support
- Up to 27 days of annual leave and 8 public holidays
- Additional shift related payments (Night shifts, public holidays, Saturday, Sunday)
- Great opportunities for professional development and access to further education.
RBH Relocation Benefits:
The Trust is committed to supporting applications for employment by overseas nurses and is pleased to offer the following package:
- 2 months paid accommodation
- Economy flight(s) at the start of employment
- Hot food canteen vouchers to spend in the Restaurant
- OSCE fees and transport to assessment (1 assessment)
- First years NMC registration
- All initial UK visa costs associated with your application
The Royal Berkshire Hospital and Reading have a lot to offer health professionals.
Royal Berkshire Foundation Trust
CQC Report – Outstanding! - https://www.cqc.org.uk/location/RHW01
Number of beds – 1000+ (One of the largest Hospitals in the country)
- Subsidized nursery for children aged between 3 months and 4 years.
- Nursery located opposite the Hospital.
- Childcare vouchers.
Health & Wellbeing:
- Weekly Wednesday walking club
- Yoga classes
- Cycle to work scheme
- Discounted bus ticket – 20% off
The location (Reading)
- Accommodation – 3 Bedroom house costs: £1,200 (£1,000 cheaper than London!)
- Airport – Heathrow airport is just 40 minutes away by car.
- Schools – The best schools in the UK are in Berkshire, both private and state schools.
- Diversity – Reading is hugely multicultural, being close to London it has always been an attractive place to live. Around 30% of the population are of other ethnic background and there are various religious groups present
- Reading Cross Rail to be complete 2021 / 22 this is Europe’s largest infrastructure project of recent years began in 2009, after decades of planning. The line is expected to carry at least 200 million passengers a year once operational from Reading
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