Mar 14, 2024

ITU Nurses Needed in Manchester!

Manchester ITU Nurse Jobs: Novello Healthcare needs ITU Nurses in Manchester – details below! 💥

📍 North West England
🏦 PAYE
💼 Private hospital experience beneficial
☀️ Days, nights and weekends
📅 Block booking and ad-hoc shifts available!
🚀 Rates include holiday pay!
💰 Rates below!

£34.74 Weekday
£36.98 Night
£36.98 Weekend

I’m interested! 🚀
To book, register or for more info, call 0333 307 8897 

Join the UK’s Leading Nursing Agency

Novello Healthcare has high-paying ITU Nurse jobs in Manchester – join us today!

Our registration process is super quick and pain-free, so you can register in under 60 seconds and get compliant in as little as 24 hours!

We add new hospitals every week so even if we don’t have what you need right now, we’ll let you know when we do in our regular newsletters.

View our map below to see details of our hospitals across Greater Manchester or read more about us here.

Find out about our current rates across North West England and wider UK by calling our friendly team on 0333 307 8897

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      Things to do in Manchester

      1. Explore Manchester’s Museums and Galleries:
        • The Manchester Museum: Home to extensive collections of archaeology, anthropology, and natural history.
        • The Whitworth Art Gallery: Known for its impressive collection of modern and contemporary art.
        • The Museum of Science and Industry (MSI): Offers interactive exhibits showcasing Manchester’s industrial and technological advancements.
        • Manchester Art Gallery: Features an impressive collection of fine art spanning six centuries.
      2. Visit Historic Landmarks:
        • Manchester Cathedral: A stunning example of Gothic architecture dating back to the 15th century.
        • Manchester Town Hall: An iconic Victorian-era building with elaborate architecture and impressive interiors.
        • John Rylands Library: A masterpiece of Victorian Gothic architecture, housing rare books and manuscripts.
      3. Experience Music and Entertainment:
        • The Bridgewater Hall: Enjoy classical music performances in one of the UK’s leading concert venues.
        • The Royal Exchange Theatre: Watch innovative productions in this historic theatre located in a former cotton exchange building.
        • Nightlife in the Northern Quarter: Explore the vibrant bars, pubs, and live music venues in this hip neighborhood.
      4. Football Heritage:
        • Old Trafford Stadium (Manchester United): Take a tour of one of the most iconic football stadiums in the world.
        • Etihad Stadium (Manchester City): Visit the home ground of Manchester City FC for a stadium tour and museum visit.
      5. Shopping:
        • Manchester Arndale: One of the largest city center shopping malls in Europe, offering a wide range of shops and restaurants.
        • Affleck’s Palace: A quirky emporium housing independent boutiques, vintage stores, and alternative fashion outlets.
        • Market Street and King Street: Explore these bustling shopping streets featuring high-street brands and designer boutiques.
      6. Canal Walks:
        • Manchester’s Canals: Take a leisurely stroll along the city’s scenic canals, such as the Rochdale Canal or the Bridgewater Canal, lined with historic warehouses and vibrant cafes.
      7. Food and Drink:
        • Curry Mile: Sample delicious South Asian cuisine along Wilmslow Road, known as the Curry Mile.
        • Food Markets: Visit food markets like Mackie Mayor or Altrincham Market for a wide range of gourmet treats and local delicacies.
        • Craft Beer Scene: Explore Manchester’s thriving craft beer scene by visiting breweries and pubs specializing in artisanal brews.
      8. Day Trips:
        • Peak District National Park: Explore the stunning natural landscapes of the Peak District, located just a short drive from Manchester.
        • Cheshire: Visit picturesque towns like Knutsford and explore attractions such as Tatton Park and Chester Zoo.
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