Competitive salaries (Part-time or Full time)
Community Registered Nurse Grade: Band 6 equivalent Salary: £31,500.00 - £38,500.00 (pro rata & excluding London weighting)
Flexible shifts to suit you
HomeLink Healthcare have an excellent opportunity for RGNs to join the team. If you are looking for a position that offers flexibility, this is the perfect offering! We are able to offer contracts to suit your needs, be that full time, part time or bank and across what hours work for you.
HomeLink Healthcare are looking for fantastic Community Nurse to work in our innovative services in Norfolk. Perfect for those living in Norfolk or willing to travel to Norfolk (*your accommodation and travel can be paid).
Community Nurse Key responsibilities:
As a Community Nurse you will possess excellent... clinical skills and a naturally caring approach.
Skills and responsibilities expected of a Community Nurse:
· Superb clinical skills
· NMC registration
· Full driving licence
· Flexible and adaptable
· Experience as a lone worker
· Registration paid
· Excellent communication skills
· Enjoys challenges and learning
· Clinical leadership skills (bonus but not essential)
*Community Nurse candidates must have a valid NMC Pin Number. Our staff work flexibly across the community as required. All shifts are 8 hour shifts and can be hours to suit the individual. HomeLink provide a service from 07.00 - 22.00 hours, including weekends.
Reports to: Clinical Lead Accountable to: Director of Clinical Services
If you have the right skills and attributes to be a Community Nurse click APPLY NOW!
Benefits we offer a Community Nurse:
· Travel time and expenses paid
· Professional fees paid
· Company car or equivalent
· Accommodation provided if required
· Pension scheme
· 33 days annual leave
· Sick pay
· In-house, office based 24/7 clinical support
· Training and development opportunities
Who we are
HomeLink Healthcare was established by a team of senior healthcare professionals and experienced healthcare managers with over 25 years' experience in the NHS. We are currently working within the acute NHS hospital providing care for early supportive discharges.
We are registered with the Care Quality Commission (CQC) and work closely alongside commissioners, Acute NHS Trusts, GP practices and existing service providers.
We understand our success is dependent on the high-quality service that our team provide to our patients and that is why we ensure we provide our team with the support they need to fulfil their roles, whilst offering a friendly and professional working environment where they can achieve their ambitions and follow their passion.