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Community Registered General Nurse

Job Description

Registered General Nurse, Band 5 - Bedfordshire

Opportunity available for a Registered General Nurse to work within the Bedfordshire Community Continence Team, Based in Bedfordshire

The team sits within Queensborough House with the role predominantly completing full holistic assessment and continence assessment including ordering continence product and preforming bladder scanning alongside assessment. You will be covering Luton and Bedfordshire GP. As part of this role you will be expected to plan, organise and prioritise own patient caseload and case manage patients and have the ability to recognise the need to refer to other disciplines and agencies where appropriate. You will also be ensuring that patients access prompt and appropriate assessment and treatment and ensure that patient documentation is in line with Trust and professional standards. As part of this role you must be professionally and legally responsible and accountable for all aspects of own work including the management of a caseload.

This role is to commence ASAP with the role being full time on a 37.5 hour contract, working Monday to Friday.

The hourly rate of pay for this role is: £21.00 Per Hour

If you are interested in applying please contact Scott Marsh on 01772 208963 or send your CV to

We offer a £250 sign up bonus for any new nurses that register with our agency. This will be paid in your first pay packet. Please also bear in mind our £250 referral fee bonus for any nurse you refer who we place in to work on a 3 month contract.

The Benefits of working with Service Care Solutions:

- DBS disclosures provided via fast track online services free of charge
- 3 weekly payroll runs
- £250 training allowance
- Excellent pay rates
- Specialist mental health consultants offering single point of contact
- Frequent notifications of upcoming opportunities via text and email
- Ltd and PAYE payment options available
- Nationwide provider of mental health staff to over 40 different NHS Trusts and over 200 local authorities.