Maxine Curry
Dayjob Limited
The Big Peg
120 Vyse Street
Birmingham B18 6NF
T: 0044 123 456 7890


Maxine is an expert at visiting her patients every day or more than once a day to offer help, advice and support. She will enhance the standard of nursing care at every opportunity and will always portray the profession in a positive light by maintaining a professional appearance and adhering to the highest standards. Since 2019 she has been employed at …………. where she has been an effective professional role model for junior staff. Through her career she has gained extensive experience of working with other groups, such as the social services, voluntary agencies and external third parties. As a fully committed nurse she is more than willing to work a range of shifts throughout the week including internal rotation to nights. Being a superb communicator means she patiently explains things to others and uses questions to check for understanding and to avoid misinterpretation. At this stage of her career she wants to join an organisation that prides itself on being a friendly and caring place to work.


NURSE – Start Date – Present
Employers name – Location
Responsible for working as part of a team to provide a safe, effective, efficient care environment for patients, relatives and carers.


  • Starting the day with a report from the departing shift on what to do and look out for.
  • Administering medications to patients and monitoring for reactions or side effects.
  • Adhering to the hospitals uniform and dress code policy.
  • Keeping accurate, contemporaneous and legible written records of care.
  • Communicating with a patients family.
  • Getting medical charts prepared for the day.
  • Educating patients and family members on treatments and care plans.
  • Assisting, supporting and debriefing fellow staff members when dealing with difficult situations.
  • Responding quickly to emergency situations in a calm and effective manner.
  • Reporting any problems or difficulties to senior staff.
  • Maintaining a safe environment when caring for patients.
  • Ensuring that patients’ property is handled in accordance with hospital policy.
  • Attending ward meetings and contributing constructively to any discussions.
  • Preparing and presenting accurate reports both verbal and written.
  • Providing information and support to patients and carers.
  • Identifying risks and then developing appropriate strategies to manage those risks.
  • Responsible for the safe administration of medications.

JOB TITLE – Start Date – End Date
Employers name – Location

JOB TITLE – Start Date – End Date
Employers name – Location



  • Carefully evaluating different solutions prior to taking any action.
  • Supporting patient recovery by using care plans.
  • Managing competing and changing priorities effectively.
  • Can deal with looking after multiple patients simultaneously.
  • Outstanding organizational and multi-tasking skills.
  • Experience of working with people with Dementia.
  • Adopting and overseeing accurate, robust and high standard of record keeping.
  • Good keyboard skills.


  • Can work in an emotionally charged environment.
  • Punctual and always on time.
  • Keeping promises and never letting people down.



Giving advice
Mentoring staff
Resource management
Emergency situations



University name  –  Degree details              Study Dates
College name      –  Qualifications                Study Dates
School name       –  Subjects / Grades          Study Dates



Available on request.



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