About us

WELCOME TO NEXUS

Nexus Recruitment Group (NRG) was formed with the aim of bridging the gap between employers and potential candidates. We often find the wrong candidates applying and getting selected for a particular job, only to find out later that they were not suited for it.

NRG aims to:

  • 1. Be a leading recruitment company by December 2018
  • 2. Capture 20 % of the market share- UK
  • 3. Provide internal growth and opportunity
  • 4. Promise : reward, recognition, support
  • 5. Always maintain a can do attitude. Stay adaptable, empathetic and motivated to utilize talent

 

HOW NRG IDENTIFIES EMPLOYER NEEDS?

Q. Is client looking for a nurse?

A. What type of Nurse. I.e. RGN, RMN, RNLD.

Q. Is client looking for a senior nurse?

A. Applicant must have minimum 2 years experience in the relevant field i.e. nursing home

Q. Is client looking for a Unit Manager?

A. Applicant must have 2 years experience of a Senior Position i.e. Senior Staff Nurse.

Q. Is client looking for a Deputy Manager?

A. Applicant must be either a deputy manager, unit manager or a senior nurse with management experience.

Q. Is client looking for a Home Manager?

A. Applicant must either be a Home Manager already or have experience at Deputy Manager of a larger home.

REMEMBER, ALL APPLICANTS MUST HAVE A VALID NMC (Nursing Midwifery Council) PIN NUMBER AND NOT REQUIRE A WORK PERMIT.

WHAT IS HEALTH AND SOCIAL CARE?

The National Health Service, through hospitals and other healthcare trusts, provides treatment, services and advice to people who are ill or have had an accident, and to help them stay healthy.

Social care covers a wide range of services and support provided by local authorities and other organizations to help the most vulnerable people in society live as independently as possible.

The aim to offer advice and practical help so that older people and people with mental health or learning disabilities or physical and sensory impairments, can continue to live safely and independently in their own homes for as long as possible through home care services. If living at home is no longer possible, residential care is available.

Applicants and the roles they do:

 

CARE ASSISTANT

Healthcare assistants can work within hospital or community settings under the guidance of a qualified healthcare professional. The role can be very varied depending upon the area in which the person is employed. Working alongside nurses, for example, they may sometimes be known as nursing auxiliaries or auxiliary nurses. Healthcare assistants also work alongside qualified midwives in maternity services.

The types of duties include the following: washing and dressing, feeding, helping people to mobilise, toileting, bed making, generally assisting with patients’ overall comfort, monitoring patients conditions by taking temperatures, pulse, respiration’s and weight.

SUPPORT WORKER- HOUSING

As a support worker in social housing you may work with elderly people, people with mental health issues, young people who have grown up in institutional care, people who use drugs or alcohol, adults with learning difficulties, ex-offenders and asylum seekers/refugees. As well as providing housing management services, as a support worker you may provide emotional and practical support to the tenants to enable them to lead ‘normal’ lives, or for care-leavers and ex-offenders, to help them resettle back into society.

SUPPORT WORKER- BRAIN INJURIES

To enable the Client’s to perform those basic functions of every day living which, by reason of disability, they are unable to perform without support. To contribute towards the planning and implementation of a comprehensive programme of social, leisure and vocational activities based on the Clients assessed needs. To facilitate the development and practice of those skills necessary to enable the Client to live within the community and experience a good quality of life within a range of living options.

RGN

A registered general nurse (“RGN”), is a health care professional responsible for implementing the practice of nursing through the use of the nursing processing concert with other health care professionals). Registered nurses work as patient advocates for the care and recovery of the sick and maintenance of the healthy. In their work as advocates for the patient, RNs ensure that the patient receives appropriate and professional care. RNs use the nursing process to assess, plan, implement, and evaluate nursing care of the sick and injured. A RGN is responsible for implementation of medication.

RMN

A Registered mental nurse works in a primary care facility, outpatient mental health clinic or in a hospital or community health center. RMN’s evaluate and provide care for patients who have psychiatric disorders, medical mental conditions or substance abuse problems. They are licensed to provide emergency psychiatric services, psychosocial and physical assessment of their patients, treatment plans, and to continually manage patient care. They may also serve as consultants or as educators for families and staff; however, the MHNP has a greater focus on psychiatric diagnosis, including the differential diagnosis of medical disorders with psychiatric symptoms, and on medication treatment for psychiatric disorders

GRADE LEVELS NURSES
  • RGN (Nurse)
  • RMN (Nurse)
  • RNLD (Nurse)
  • Unit Manager (RGN,RMN,RNLD)
  • Deputy Manager (RGN,RMN,RNLD)
  • Home Manager (RGN,RMN,RNLD)
GRADE LEVELS CARE
  • SUPPORT WORKER (NVQ 2)
  • CARE ASSISTANT (NVQ 2)
  • TEAM LEADER (NVQ 3)
  • Deputy Manager (NVQ3, NVQ4, RMA)
  • Home Manager (NVQ4, RMA)