If you have found a new role as a Nurse and you are looking to resign from your current role then you need to write a concise letter resigning from your current role and refer to your contract of employment and what your terms of notice are?
In your area of specialism as a Nurse maybe you are moving away from the NHS to private sector or vice versa. Before compiling your letter you need to think if there is any criteria that your employer will want you to abide by in leaving their employment.
To help you write this letter, please see the below example which you may use as a guide:
Resignation Letter: Nurse
Dear Sir/Madam/To Whom it May Concern/ Name Mr or Mrs XXX,
Please accept this letter as my formal resignation from my position of Nurse working for (where?)
After carefully examining my options I have decided to resign from my current role of Nurse because of (detail reason why here – keep this polite and straight to the point even if you are unhappy in your role please put something constructive as you would still like to get a reference from your employer for any new roles. This could be a new role, more seniority than your current role. You could be resigning from your position as nurse but moving to the same department and a more senior role).
Please would you would forward my final pay slip and P45 to my address (as above or detail here where you would like it sending to). I understand that my final pay will include any holiday pay that I have not taken and any monies owing from this final months work.
I would finally like to thank you for the experience you have given me in my role as Nurse, I have learnt a lot and had a valuable experience and I would like to wish you all the very best of success for the future.