Community Nurse - Malmsbury / Full Time or Part time hours available
Job IntroductionIf you’re a Band 5/6 Community Nurse on the lookout for a great new role, Your World Healthcare has exactly what you want! Find out more about this part time community position based in and around Malmesbury.
Our client is looking to bring on an exceptional Community Nurse who can provide an unrivalled standard of patient care to the Malmesbury community.
You’ll be responsible for providing patients with a wide range of care, including catheterisation, giving medication and insulins, cleaning wounds, changing dressings, assisting with examinations, installing IV drips and giving injections.
You’ll be travelling from patient to patient within your local community, providing outstanding care and giving advice on treatments.
Are you the perfect candidate?
To be the perfect person for this role, you will be a fully qualified nurse with a current NMC registration. A passion for nursing and caring for the community will motivate you to be extremely professional and organised at all times. You’ll be able to remain calm in pressured situations or when dealing with challenging patients and possess top-notch communication skills, both written and verbal.
As this role involves working within a community setting, you will need a full UK driving licence and access to a reliable vehicle.
A district nursing qualification is desirable but not essential.
About Your World Healthcare
Since being founded in 2005, Your World Healthcare has become one of the UK’s leading suppliers of healthcare professionals.
If it’s a Community Nursing job you’re looking for, look no further! The Community Team here has vacancies all over the country and has placed more nurses than any other agency in the UK.
Don’t miss out on this outstanding role – apply today! No quite the community nurse job you’re looking for? Call our team on 020 7220 0827 or email Oliver Kennedy at [email protected] for more information on all of our roles.Apply Now Add to Shortlist
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