An opportunity you can not resist. If you are ready to start a new life as a Mental Health Nurse (RMN), Learning Disability Nurse (RNLD) or Registered General Nurse (RGN) then this is for you. A life filled with great moments, doing a job you enjoy and having the peace of mind that you need. It's time to leave behind the life that stresses you so much that you don't look forward to waking up everyday.
It's time for you to make that bold decision and start living a more fulfilling life. This location is within 20mile range of Cambridge and 30 minute train Journey from Kingscross London.
BALDOCK is a classic small market town, with pubs from its coaching days and a much admired wide main street. People enjoy living here. After years of wrangling a bypass has been built to siphon traffic out of the centre. The main asset for shoppers is a vast Tesco superstore in a converted Neo-Classical hosiery factory, which once also enjoyed a brief life as a film studio.
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|Role Level||Annual Rate* £||Experience Level Guideline|
|Perceptionship Nurse||£ 27,300||Newly Qualified|
|Nurse Level 1||£ 29,250||Within one year perceptionship|
|Nurse Level 2||£ 30,654||Some Post perceptorship experience circa: 2 to 3 years|
|Nurse Level 3||£ 32,838||Broad range of post qualified experience circa: 3 to 5 years|
|Nurse Level 4||£ 36,075||Significant experience in a range of services 5 years plus|
Parents are overwhelmingly positive particularly about the dedication of the staff and the outstanding well-rounded education provided for their children.
Students make exceptional progress in academic skills as well as in their personal development and well being.
Hertfordshire has everything you need for a truly magical great day out or a sensational short break in England. From stunning stately homes to wild days out for the family, Hertfordshire - or Herts as we like to call it - is just waiting to be explored.
Baldock has always been a friendly and convivial town. Welcoming strangers is part of its heritage. In the old days, it was the first stop on the coaching route out of London. Travellers dismounted at the end of a bumpy ride to discover that seemingly every other building in the high street and immediate area was a coaching inn.
Baldock was also a centre for malting which in a large way explains why for many years there were more pubs and ale houses in the immediate vicinity than in most neighbouring towns put together.
Those who love good food and wine and a fun night out are well catered for.
Hertfordshire has a combination of vibrant towns and, because much of the county is protected by the Green Belt, swathes of unspoiled countryside. It’s also just a short journey to London.
Average property prices currently stand at £489,124, significantly higher than the national average of £297,893, according to Zoopla.
Of course, it is expected that an area with high disposable income and high employment would have fairly high property prices, so Hertfordshire's expensive houses are not really a surprise.