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10 Oct 2018

Community Nurse | Band 5 | Milton Keynes

Competitive salary

Milton Keynes, Buckinghamshire


Competitive salary





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MSI Group are recruiting for band 5 community adult nurses in Buckinghamshire area working for an NHS Trust on both an ad-hoc and contract basis.  This is to work in a community setting working with patients in their own homes to provide personalised care. 

Responsibilities will include but not limited to:

  • Administering injections and insulin
  • Assisting with examinations
  • Basic care
  • Catheterisation
  • Compression bandaging
  • Cleaning and dressing wounds
  • Monitoring on-going care
  • Setting up IV drips

MSI offer our community nurses the following benefits:

  • Competitive rates of pay
  • Dedicated specialist recruitment consultant for community nursing
  • On-call support team available 24 hours a day
  • Daily payroll services
  • Quick & easy registration
  • Nationwide client opportunities
  • Up to £200 referral scheme
  • Candidate of the month awards

Skill & Qualifications

  • NMC registered. Your pin should not have any restrictions or conditions
  • A minimum of 6 months experience post graduation in a UK NHS hospital
  • A full UK driving licence and access to your own vehicle

Please get in touch with Daniel Johnson to find out more about this opportunity by either replying to this advert or email Daniel with your CV to Daniel.johnson@msirecruitment.com or give him a call on 07496 218 716.

About MSI
MSI Group are a leading supplier of frontline health jobs. We use our years of industry knowledge and experience to deliver high quality candidates for a variety of health jobs, including healthcare assistant jobs, nursing jobs, mental health nursing jobs and more.

We have been supplying NHS Trusts across the UK and additional public, private and third sector organisations since 2002.