Registered General Nurses – also known as RGNs – play a pivotal role in the nursing world. There are various kinds of work involved with RGN jobs. Depending on your specialisation you can work in environments like hospitals and communities, working with children or within mental health and disability nursing.
If you can work confidently using your own initiative then becoming an RGN is for you. Being an RGN consists of a lot of different working techniques. Within hospitals you can work in both the inpatient and outpatient areas like wards or A&E. Looking at community RGN roles, you can expect to work in placements within prisons, schools, and GP surgeries.
Educational/Practical Experience Requirements
- 6 months or more experience in the last two years working for an NHS private trust
- A passion for care
- Looking for flexible working hours
- Excellent communication and organisational skills
- Conducting patient examinations
- Preparing patient rooms
- Setting goals for nursing staff
- Working closely with doctors during examinations and treatments
- Overseeing the welfare of patients
Find RGN jobs with CRG job search.