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Meet the Team – Jordan Massey

Jordan MasseyWe would like to introduce you to our new Deputy Manager of North West Nursing, Jordan Massey. Jordan is based in our Chester branch and provides support to our nurse and healthcare staff.

Jordan has a varied background, working in various mental health and healthcare settings. This enables her to have a balanced approach and to see things from the point of view of the business, the staff and the clients we supply to.

Work Life:
Jordan is a caring, funny and approachable and is already a valuable member of the North West Nursing team. She enjoys supporting her new colleagues, the people we provide care for and helping the business grow. Jordan’s goal is to enjoy her job so much that it doesn’t feel like work.

Outside of work:
Jordan loves shopping and spending time with her friends and family. Her favourite quote is ‘Born an original, don’t die a copy’.

Healthcare Agency News…

Nurses working in the NHS

Agency staff were defended by REC Director of Policy, Tom Hadley, this week after Health secretary, Matt Hancock, criticised their use as not cost effective.

Hadley said, “Targeting temporary and locum staff who keep our NHS going is the wrong approach and risks damaging staff morale.”

Agencies like Jane Lewis already work within NHS frameworks and pricing caps and will continue to support the NHS to create a safe and effective workforce.
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Successful PMVA Training Course for Healthcare Staff

Congratulations to our September cohort who have all successfully passed their 2-day PMVA (Preventative Management of Violence & Aggression) training course.

Qualified nurses, Healthcare Assistants and Support Workers all attended the intensive course which was delivered by Paul, a highly qualified trainer with extensive knowledge in mental health and challenging behaviour.
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Jane Lewis Shortlisted for IRP Awards

Jane Lewis Shortlisted for IRP Awards 2018

Drum roll…. Jane Lewis and Jane Lewis International are delighted to announce that we have been shortlisted for 5 of REC’s Institute of Recruitment Professionals IRP Awards.


  • Jobs Transform Lives: Best candidate experience – Courtney Wardle
  • Business Manager of the Year – Beth Daniels
  • Best Company to work for (up to 50 employees)
  • People Development of the Year
  • Recruitment Campaign of the year

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Refer a Friend

We offer £250 for every successful referral!

So, refer a friend now and reap the rewards. 


We’ll give you £250 for every friend who works 100 hours with Jane Lewis. You don’t have to work for Jane Lewis to make a referral.


How do I refer a friend?

Enter your details in the form below, including your friend’s name and contact details.


When will I get my £250?

Once you have made a referral, our recruitment team will arrange an interview with the person you’ve referred. If they have the relevant qualifications and experience and are successful in our recruitment process they will start working with us. You will receive your £250 once they’ve completed 100 hours work for Jane Lewis.

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Our New RCN Learning Representative

Today, we are proud to announce that, after lots of hard work, our Nurse Recruiter, Sam O’Connor, is a qualified RCN Learning Representative.

This achievement will enable Sam to champion and promote the value of learning to all Jane Lewis agency nurses and healthcare workers.

With a wealth of learning resources available to her, Sam will be engaging with Jane Lewis staff to help manage and undertake their learning.

After the success of our RCN Nurse’s Day event, we are very excited about the new activities and bespoke training sessions which Sam will be involved in.

Please feel free to call Sam, our RCN Learning Representative, on 01244 404080 (option 1) for personal advice on how she can support you in your role.


Become a Children’s Specialist Support Worker

Complex Care TeddyExperienced Support Workers and Assistants at Jane Lewis have the opportunity to become Specialist Support Workers, working with some of our complex paediatric clients.

As a Children’s Specialist Support Worker, you will work with families to support their children, providing complex levels of care and support in the home environment.

Our children’s packages of care present with a wide range of complex needs and disabilities. Some of our children require support to attend school, interact with the community and attend appointments or social events. Some are able bodied and some require full support and assistance to preserve life.

Being a Children’s Specialist Support Worker is a very rewarding role. You are there to support families to care for their children and provide respite and support when it is needed the most.

Our Children require skilled support staff who are able to meet their clinical needs and requirements, whilst also maintaining their privacy and dignity. We require staff who are fun, supportive, passionate and motivational.

At Jane Lewis we pride ourselves in offering a person-centered approach to care delivery, including making sure we perfectly place our staff in appropriate packages of care. We complete a full clinical and social assessment of our clients and support them and their families to select support workers who best fit their needs and requirements.

Jane Lewis offer a suite of Specialist Training & Competencies to enable our staff have the skills required to be confident and competent in all aspects of care delivery. Our bespoke training is designed to suit our clients and can can include:

  • Enteral Feeding
  • Tracheostomy & Ventilation
  • Spinal Cord Injury
  • Cough Assist / Assisted Cough
  • Nebuliser
  • Acquired Brain Injury
  • Epilepsy Inc Rescue Medication
  • Drug Administration
  • Dysphasia Awareness
  • Diabetes
  • Oxygen
  • Paediatric Basic Life Support
  • Suctioning

Our training courses are free for our specialist staff to access. We also provide 1-1 competencies, bespoke to our clients.

With bespoke in-house training and our own Clinical Nurse Lead, we can ensure each of our support workers has the right mix of skills, expertise, confidence and passion to work on a specific package of care. We will always ensure our staff are safe and able to deliver care.

If you are interested in a rewarding role and are passionate about making a difference to a child’s life, please contact Lyndsey on or complete the form below.

Alternatively, please browse our current complex care roles here.

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