Current Vacancies

Community IV Nurse in the Fracture Liaison Service

Job Type: permanent

Working Pattern: full time -37.5 hours per week, part time of 30 hours would be considered.

East Bridgford Medical Centre is contracted to run The Nottinghamshire County Fracture Liaison Service, a different model of community nursing that holds the patient at the centre, triangulating both primary and secondary care via integrated working through virtual clinic. It’s a very exciting time to work with us and an opportunity to be involved in our project.

An exciting opportunity has arisen for committed, highly motivated, enthusiastic and reliable individual who have an interest in Fracture liaison, Osteoporosis and/or Bone Health Nursing to join our forward thinking team here at Nottinghamshire County Fracture Liaison situated at East Bridgford Medical Centre as a Community IV Nurse.

If you are a quality driven person wishing to deliver a high quality service to our patients and their families, have the ability to work well within a dynamic community environment and develop specialist nursing skills, we would love to hear from you. We are looking for individuals who share our vision in the provision of clinical excellence.

A full clean driving licence and use of own vehicle is essential. Competence in cannulation is desirable but training can be given to the right candidate. The position is equivalent to a Band 5 Staff Nurse, it is a full time permanent position however a minimum of 30 hours would be considered. Salary is negotiable.

In return, we can offer a structured induction programme and seek to optimise your potential within the scope of caring for the patients within this speciality.

For further information regarding this post please contact Rebecca Barbary, Service Lead. Telephone 01949 822808

Administrator Full Time (negotiable)

East Bridgford Medical Centre currently has a vacancy within our friendly busy administration team. We are a rural practice located in a modern purpose built premises with circa 7000 patients. We are looking for a flexible enthusiastic person for this post, who can communicate well at all levels and be part of a team. You must be IT literate with good keyboard skills. Accuracy and attention to detail is paramount, as is having a good telephone manner. Experience in working in a busy admin department would be an advantage but is not essential as full training will be given. This full time position is to support our Fracture Liaison Service which covers the whole of Nottinghamshire. We would consider less hours for the right candidate.

Applications will close Friday 12th February and interviews will take place week commencing 15th February. We reserve the right to extend the deadline for applications should it be necessary.

If you would like an informal discussion about the roles, please contact Andrew Whincup, Practice Manager or Rebecca Barbary, Lead Nurse Specialist on 01949 20216.

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