Mar 3, 2024

RGNs Needed in Staffordshire, West Midlands!

Staffordshire RGN Jobs: Novello Healthcare needs RGNs in Staffordshire, West Midlands – details below! 💥

📍 Stafford, Staffordshire, West Midlands
💼 PAYE & Umbrella
🚀 Escalated rates for members who add their own shifts (umbrella only) – so join our members who self-book private hospital shifts and access higher rates!

💰 Umbrella
£23.00 Weekday
£25.00 Weeknight / Saturday
£27.00 Sunday / Bank Holiday

£22.34 Weekday
£24.01 Weeknight / Saturday
£25.69 Sunday / Bank Holiday

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

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Call the number above and we’ll get your profile sorted!

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Novello Healthcare has high-paying RGN jobs in Staffordshire – 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 Kent or read more about us here.

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

Staffordshire RGN Jobs Map


      About Staffordshire

      Staffordshire is a landlocked ceremonial county in the West Midlands of England. It borders Cheshire to the north-west, Derbyshire and Leicestershire to the east, Warwickshire to the south-east, the West Midlands county and Worcestershire to the south, and Shropshire to the west. The largest settlement is the city of Stoke-on-Trent; the county town is Stafford.

      The county has an area of 1,713 square kilometres (661 sq mi) and a population of 1,131,052. After Stoke-on-Trent (258,366), the largest settlements are Tamworth (78,646), Newcastle-under-Lyme (75,082) and Burton upon Trent (72,299); the city of Lichfield has a population of 33,816. For local government purposes Staffordshire comprises a non-metropolitan county, with nine districts, and the unitary authority area of Stoke-on-Trent. The county historically included the north-west of the West Midlands county, including Walsall, West Bromwich, and Wolverhampton.

      Staffordshire is hilly to the north and south. The southern end of the Pennines is in the north, containing part of the Peak District National Park, while the Cannock Chase AONB and part of the National Forest are in the south. The River Trent and its tributaries drain most of the county. From its source, near Biddulph, the river flows through Staffordshire in a southwesterly direction, meeting the Sow just east of Stafford; it then meets the River Tame and turns north-east, exiting into Derbyshire immediately downstream of Burton upon Trent.

      Staffordshire contains a number of Iron Age tumuli and Roman camps, and was settled by the Angles in the sixth century; the oldest Stafford knot, the county’s symbol, can be seen on an Anglian cross in the churchyard of Stoke Minster. The county was formed in the early tenth century, when Stafford became the capital of Mercia. The county was relatively settled in the following centuries, and rapidly industrialised during the Industrial Revolution, when the North Staffordshire coalfield was exploited and fuelled the iron and automobile industries in the south of the county. Pottery is the county’s most famous export; a limited amount is still produced in Stoke-on-Trent.

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