We’re delighted to have been awarded the contract to deliver the 0-19 Public Health Integrated Nursing Service in Leeds, and that’s where you come in. We’re looking for forward thinking, enthusiastic school nurses who will be able to get involved with shaping this new service.
This involves a one team approach as we bring together our health visiting and school nursing. You’ll be welcomed into supportive, dynamic and friendly teams; working together to deliver innovative solutions that best suits the needs of children and young people in our care.
So if you’re full of ideas or have experience as a school nurse already, this is your chance to help lead change.
Play an integral role in implementing and promoting our new ChatHealth service; a confidential, safe and secure text messaging service allowing young people aged 11-19 to seek health advice. Knowledge and experience of facilitating this exciting new service will be a great addition to your skill set.
We know how important work life balance is which is why a number of flexible working options are available once you’ve settled in to the post. This includes 9 day fortnights for full time staff and flexi days, all surrounding our core service hours. You’ll also benefit from agile working whereby you can work from the nearest base to suit your schedule of work. If you’d like to find out more specific information about this, please get in touch and we’ll be happy to discuss.
We are able to offer 30 hours or 37.5 hours and are also happy to consider job shares.
Starting a new job can be a big leap of faith so it’s important to know whether a new job will be right for you. That’s why our friendly and supportive team would love to invite you in to see how we work and ask any questions you might have. Simply contact either Rhian or Lynn to arrange a visit.
If you’re currently undertaking a Specialist Community Public Health Nursing (SCPHN) course, please get in touch to find out more about our recruitment for roles in September once you’ve qualified.
“Working for Leeds Community Healthcare is great. It’s a forward thinking, dynamic team. There are lots of opportunities to undertake holistic health assessments with children and young people in the city. Plus agile working gives you flexibility within the role.”
“Working in Leeds is exciting; it’s very diverse and multicultural. It’s a forward thinking trust and we’ve got lots of new and exciting changes coming up. The school nursing team is fantastic to work with, and very supportive”
“Leeds is a great place for school nursing; it has a very diverse population and lots of diversity in the role itself. It’s stimulating and a good place to learn. Leeds also tends to be a bit of a trendsetter.”