Nurse needed for school in Leeds to start ASAP

Prospero Teaching
12 Jan 2018
16 Feb 2018
Contract Type
Full Time
School Nurse- Leeds Prospero Teaching are actively recruiting for a School Nurse to work within a Secondary school based in Leeds to start ASAP. About the school * Aims to support the opportunity for educational development to the highest possible level and the development of each individual's understanding, talents, abilities and skills * Aim is to create a centre of excellence providing students with a fulfilled life * Support these pupils 1:1 The successful Nurse will -carry out health assessments -home visits to families if needed -providing health education, advice, and signposting to other sources of information -advising and supporting schools with their public health agendas for example healthy eating -safeguarding and service coordination In order to be eligible the successful Nurse * Have a fully enhanced DBS on the update service, or be willing to apply for one * Be able to provide 2 recent references * Be a UK resident or eligible to work in the UK Working with students and schools is extremely rewarding; if you are interested in developing your skills and knowledge in this area then please do not hesitate to apply now with your most up to date CV, or call Prospero Teaching Leeds on (Apply online only) Only successful candidates will be contacted for this role, although there will be other opportunities available. Prospero Teaching recruits extraordinary teachers from the United Kingdom, Canada, Australia, Belgium, The Netherlands, Ireland and New Zealand to teach in a huge range of schools across London and the UK. We strive to make a real, notable difference to education and teaching jobs with our global learning opportunities through recruitment, linking classrooms, and training teachers overseas. If relocating from overseas we provide a landing package which includes assistance with bank account set ups, advice on the cost of living, accommodation assistance, and tons of aftercare and training