ENG Jobs for Agency Nurses at Nursing Services of the UK

ENG nursing agency staff can manage their work and compliance on the internet with systems operated by Nursing Services of the UK – which is one of the listed nursing agencies approved for the Government Procurement Service, formerly NHS Buying Solutions. See Nurses Pay Rates

ENG and other nurses registered for nursing agency jobs at NSUK have personal on-line diaries to inform the NSUK of their availability for work. There are nurses' jobs alerts by SMS text too – and automatic notifications by e-mail when mandatory training and annual registrations are due.

ENG nurses jobs are available nationwide – as well as HCA, RN, RGN, RMN, SEN, ENM, RSCN staff. NSUK was launched in 2009 to provide the same high quality agency service that medical staff and healthcare providers have enjoyed with the agency in South Africa for well over 60 years. The UK agency does not recruit staff from South Africa.

NHS and other employers of ENG staff benefit from one of the UK’s most advanced compliance systems to meet their temporary staffing needs, with safety and security paramount. Features of the NSUK service include: full ICT safeguards for compliance and booking; nurse registration verified by face-to-face interviews and full credentials and CRB checking; detailed 20-plus page career questionnaire and checks with four named referees; and career proof by certification. NSUK is a member of the A24 Group.

The group's ICT compliance system involved over 100,000 hours of development over 6 years. The compliance team comprises more than 100 staff dedicated exclusively to credentials checks. Compliance work involves over 2,000 calls daily, with an average of 30 calls to validate one nurse application.

Weekly, the group uploads more than 24,000 files to ICT, sends 1000 emails, and 497 faxes. All credential are rechecked and verified by an independent Quality Control team within the group.

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