March 19, 1948, Public Assistance Journal and Health & Hospital Review
Jobs advertised this week: A resident nurse (female), who should be aged about 45 to 50, was required in an almshouse for men at Trinity Hospital, Greenwich. Applicants should have experience in home nursing and be used to treating elderly people.
Cornwall County Council advertised a number of appointments at the 111 bed Institution for Mental Defectives at St Columb Major. A deputy matron, two ward sisters (one for night duty), five staff nurses (one for night duty) and eight assistant nurses were required. Payment of train fares, less the first 7s 6d, to the nearest railway station to their homes in England, Scotland and Wales, would be made to the staff when going home on annual holiday. For Irish and Northern Irish nurses, payment of train and steamship fares, less the first 7s 6d, to the nearest port of arrival near their homes would be made.