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Job Vacancies

Practice Nurse

30 hours

Job share considered


We are a friendly, approachable, innovative, training Practice in Aspatria (7000 patients) looking for an enthusiastic, motivated experienced Practice Nurse to join our team.


Why join us?


We offer;

  • Competitive salary
  • 6 weeks of annual leave,
  • Study leave
  • Job share considered
  • Daily team huddleOur team includes 4 Practice Nurses, HCA, a Pharmacist, a Paramedic, 3 GP Partners (3.5 days, 3.5 days, 3 days) and 2 GP Retainers (2.5 days). We have fantastic administrative support and a dynamic management team. We use Emis web, are high QOF achievers and were rated good by CQC in 2016.The Practice offers a variety of appointments and clinics including Sexual Health, minor injuries, minor surgery, childhood immunisations, long term condition monitoring as well as general Nursing Appointments and clinician appointments. Special interests and personal development are welcomed and encouraged. The District Nurses are on site and we also have regular visits from Podiatry, Dietician, Health Visitors, Mental Health Team, and direct access to Physiotherapy.The Practice covers the town and local area. It is 30 minutes from Carlisle, 15 minutes from Wigton and Cockermouth, all of which have excellent schools. There are good transport links and fabulous views over the Lake District, which offers excellent cycling, walking, running, fishing and other less healthy options, such as great pubs and restaurants!We know things are changing, but see that as a new challenge! We achieve a good work life balance for all our staff within a well-supported system.If you are interested in joining us, would like a chat or a visit to see how we do things, please contact Mrs. Dianne Blacklock with CV and a covering letter.
  • Closing date for applications: 14th September
  • Interviews: 27/28th September
  • Proposed starting date: 5th November

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