20 hours per week (Term Time) £31,000 per annum, pro rata
A high profile nursing role like this doesn’t come along every day. With regular hours (10.00am – 2.00pm, Monday to Thursday and 12.00noon – 4.00pm on a Friday) a clinical role working alongside our full time Nurse and working term time only (38 weeks) - this is a superb opportunity. This vacancy has arisen within St Aloysius’ College which is one of Scotland’s top independent day schools. The College has a friendly and welcoming atmosphere and is a great place to work with regular opportunities for clinical supervision discussions and continued professional development. It is located in the city centre of Glasgow, very close to Sauchiehall Street. Ideally situated for transport links and with easy access to shopping areas.
If you are an experienced Registered Nurse who is interested in improving the health and wellbeing of young people and in particular providing treatment for and advising on a wide range of medical issues then this is the role for you. The school is deeply committed to promoting the physical and mental health of pupils and staff.
The successful candidate will be a Registered Nurse with current validation and NMC Pin. Whilst not essential, it would be ideal if they have a Specialist Practitioner School Nurse or Health Visitor or Child Health Nursing qualification. You must be enthusiastic, highly organised, self-motivated, and have the ability to establish and maintain effective internal and external relationships at all levels. You will be required to maintain current NMC Registration, NMC validation and professional competence. Relevant CPD training will be offered.
To apply, please complete the College application form and PVG enquiry form and return it with a covering letter setting out your skills relevant to this post to Lesley Little, the Human Resources Manager at firstname.lastname@example.org no later than 12 noon on Thursday 14 January 2021. In order to assess all candidates equally and fairly we do not accept a CV in lieu of the application form. St Aloysius’ College places safeguarding of its pupils as its highest priority and as such the successful applicant will be subject to appropriate qualification checks and must gain membership of the Protection of Vulnerable Groups scheme. Appropriate safeguarding and safer recruitment questions will form part of the selection process.