Lord Wandsworth College seeks a qualified and dedicated School Nurse to join and support the busy Health Centre on an ongoing as-and-when basis.
We are looking for a Qualified Nurse to join our School Nursing Team in providing a clinically effective, high quality service to the pupils of Lord Wandsworth College. The Nursing Team will use research-based practice to plan, deliver and evaluate school nursing interventions throughout the school.
HOURS: 36 hours per week, term-time only from 9.00am to 6.00pm, Tuesdays to Friday and a Saturday on a rota basis, plus 3 days per year for inset/training.
PAY: Basic salary range - Band 5 £15,642 pro rata (FTE £26,970) to Band 6 £20,502 pro rata (FTE £35,365). As the hours are term-time only, holiday pay is calculated and paid to you on a monthly basis. All-inclusive pay package is therefore from £17,530 to £22,977 pro rata per annum, in line with your experience.
BENEFITS & PENSION: College’s contributory Group Personal Pension Scheme; premiums of both schemes are paid by the individual; Death in service cover; Group Medical Insurance Scheme and Use of the College sports facilities. Lunches are currently provided during term time.
Closing date: Sunday 28 February 2021 (midnight)
Interviews Microsoft Teams, Thursday 4 March 2021
To apply, please complete an online application form by clicking 'Apply Now' below.
Any questions with regard to the post should be directed to the HR Recruitment and Compliance Coordinator, Jack Richmond, email@example.com 01256 860316.
The College is committed to safeguarding and promoting the welfare of young people. The successful applicant will be subject to a Disclosure and Barring Services (DBS) check and references. We are an equal opportunities employer. Lord Wandsworth College is a registered charity (Number: 1143359) providing outstanding caring education for boys and girls since 1912.
Lord Wandsworth College
- Mainstream school with independent funding
- Secondary School
- Students of mixed gender, age 11 - 18 years
Lord Wandsworth College is named after Baron Sydney Stern, a Liberal MP and the second son of a Jewish banker. Granted a peerage less than four years after winning the seat of Stowmarket in 1891, Stern took the title of Lord Wandsworth in reflection ...