As a Registered Nurse at Caer Gwent you will really get to know your care home residents, putting individuals’ choices and preferences at the heart of all you do. Doing so creates the sense that you are all living together within a safe environment.

We want to give our Nursing Team the time to support someone’s wellbeing, both emotionally and physically. It is truly a multidisciplinary role working with GPs, OTs, Physios, Care & Support staff, families and, most importantly, the individual’s themselves.

About our Caer Gwent nursing home

Caer Gwent combines superb residential living with 24-hour expert nursing care, supporting individuals with complex health conditions, particularly focusing on palliative (i.e. end of life) support.

Our home has a high staff-to-resident ratio, with a versatile team built around residents’ needs. As well providing around-the-clock nursing care, we have dedicated Health & Wellbeing Coordinators who deliver regular and stimulating activities catered to individuals’ interests.

Opened in 1988 by the Earl of March, Caer Gwent is an elegant care home set in a quiet residential area of Worthing. Our home features spacious and airy surroundings, beautiful furnishings and well-tended landscaped gardens.

Benefits of working at Guild Care

  • £1,000 'Welcome to Guild Care’ bonus for any successful candidate (T&Cs apply)
  • £16.29 - £24.43 per hour and comprehensive mandatory and clinical training conducted by our dedicated in-house training team/ external providers and fully paid induction
  • Continuous support from our Practice Development team, to comply with standards of professional practice and maintain valid registration with the NMC
  • £500 ‘Recommend a Friend’ scheme for this role

When you join our team, we will discuss with you what’s on offer and your career aspirations. You will meet our friendly, supportive Learning and Development Team and join our in-house trainers in our fantastic training facilities.

Job description

As a Registered Nurse the post holder will comply with standards of professional practice/conduct and maintain valid registration with the NMC in order to practice. It is the post holder’s responsibility to ensure they are both familiar and adhere to these requirements.

You can find the whole job description here.


£16.29 - £24.43 per hour


Week 1 = 19.5 hours, Week 2= 32 hours (Average 25.75 hours per week)

Week 1

Sunday afternoon (2pm-8:30pm)

Wednesday afternoon (2pm-8:30pm)

Thursday afternoon (2pm-8:30pm)

Week 2

Tuesday afternoon (2pm-8:30pm)

Wednesday long day (7:45am-08:30pm)

Saturday long day (7:45am-08:30pm)

Job reference


Get in touch

For further information please email [email protected] or call our Recruitment Team on 01903 863154.

How to apply

Please complete the short online application and email your current CV to [email protected] or call the recruitment team on 01903 863154.

Please note that due to the high volume of applicants we receive, we are not able to respond to you individually. Therefore, if you are successful you will hear from us within three weeks.