Staff Nurse, Band 5 (Burnham on Sea Hospital)
At Somerset Partnership NHS Trust we make it happen. Whether it’s providing leading edge services to our community or outstanding training and development to our staff, our vision is to always maximise potential. Our team and the Trust are built on ambition and as we continue to grow we’re looking for nurses to join our team and be a part of something big. And that’s why we want you.
We have 13 community hospitals that provide inpatient care, many of which are recently built. Three of these hospitals specialise in stroke care and treat patients at a very early stage in the stroke pathways. The other 10 hospitals provide a mixture of rehabilitation care, assessment beds and ambulatory care.
We need you to take charge of the assessment of patient care needs and develop, implement, and evaluate treatment plans as part of our multidisciplinary team. The role will also see you act as a lead for support staff on a daily basis. Alongside excellent opportunities for progression within our large Trust, the role offers excellent training and development.
Intuitive, compassionate, and open-minded, you will be a Registered General Nurse with the clinical experience and expertise to practise autonomously. A patient- and family-focused approach to nursing will be essential. Above all, you’ll be ambitious – for yourself, for your patients, and for our dynamic Trust
Accommodation: Somerset Partnership has a number of fully furnished properties throughout Somerset available initially FREE then subsidised to new employees for either single or family occupancy.
If you’ve got the passion, we want to hear from you.
Bank positions also available
You must have appropriate UK professional registration.
This post is subject to the Rehabilitation of Offenders Act (Exceptions Order) 1975 and it will be necessary for a submission for Disclosure to be made to the Disclosure and Barring Service.
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