This is your opportunity to find a role that will really help you rediscover care.

In addition we can help with accommodation, relocation and offer a salary that reflects the cost of living in Jersey

To find out more take a look below:

Acute Nursing

Staff Nurse - Orthopaedic Ward

Grade 4 £38,627 - £40,968 per year (equivalent to a Band 5 under UK AfC) + relocation allowance 

The postholder will act as a Practitioner with professional accountability to effectively plan, deliver and evaluate care for a group of patients on our 28 bedded mixed trauma and orthopaedic ward. You will assess patient needs, devise care programmes and manage the delivery of programmes. You must be a Registered Nurse with a minimum of two years' post qualifying experience, as well as enthusiastic, forward thinking and a team player with good communication and organisational skills.

For an informal discussion please contact Sister Chantal Ballingall on 01534 442777.

For a full job description and to apply (please provide a CV and Covering letter) please email nursinginjersey@gov.je with the job title in the subject line. 

 

Ward Manager - Paediatric Ward

Grade 6 £51,347 - £54,570 per year (equivalent to a Band 6/7 under UK AfC) + relocation allowance 

Come and join our Inpatient Paediatric Nursing Team in our friendly General Hospital situated on the beautiful island of Jersey. You will provide professional leadership and be accountable for the operational management of Robin Ward, the island's only inpatient facility for children and young people, and participate in the strategic and general management of paediatric care throughout the hospital.

You will provide expert advice and guidance to the team demonstrating a high degree of personal and professional autonomy, sound professional judgement and decision making is key to this role. You should have a broad paediatric experience, committed to multi-disciplinary working with the child and family at the centre of all we do. You need an extensive knowledge base including safeguarding and management experience in dealing with situations such as resource allocation, critical incidents and complaints.

For an informal discussion please contact Judith Gindill at j.gindill2@health.gov.je

For a full job description and to apply (please provide a CV and Covering letter) please email nursinginjersey@gov.je with the job title in the subject line.  

Oncology/Haematology Nurse Manager

Grade 6 £51,347 - £54,570 per year (equivalent to a Band 6/7 under UK AfC) + relocation allowance 

Take this senior role, and you will be responsible for the efficient, effective and safe running of our Haematology and Oncology service while managing a small and committed team of oncology nurses. An experienced, motivated and inspiring clinical manager, you will control budgets and resources, set clinical standards and develop the evidence-based practice of your team. It’s an exciting opportunity to shape the future of the service by leading the project management of change initiatives.

You’ll come to us with a proven track record of delivering strong and positive leadership within the field. A registered nurse, you will bring considerable experience within the speciality of oncology, including administering chemotherapy, enabling you advise patients and junior staff on different treatment options. Alongside a first degree or equivalent, you’ll have or be working towards a postgraduate qualification. A management qualification would be desirable.

Join our established team, and you’ll be supported through excellent training and professional development from day one. We also offer….

For an informal discussion please contact Wendy Baugh on 01534 442745.

For a full job description and to apply (please provide a CV and Covering letter) please email nursinginjersey@gov.je with the job title in the subject line. 

Staff Nurse - Acute Medical Ward

Grade 4 £38,627 - £40,968 per year (equivalent to a Band 5 under UK AfC) + relocation allowance 

As a Staff Nurse on our Bartlett Ward, you’ll plan, deliver and evaluate care for a group of patients. The ward is an isolation facility, so your patients will either be at high risk of infection or already infected and requiring isolation. Your approach will be characterised by the quality of care you provide, to achieve the treatment goals you set for each patient. What’s more, you’ll make a positive impact on our nursing community by sharing guidance and support with less experienced colleagues. At times, you’ll step up and lead the team.

To join us, you’ll need to be a 1st Level Registered Nurse with proven post-qualifying experience. You’ll bring to the role a thorough knowledge of the NMC Code (2015) guidelines, together with a commitment to remain up to date with the latest developments in clinical and nursing practice. Crucially, you’re passionate about creating a therapeutic environment for patients.

Our people are so important so with support from day one, you’ll have everything you need to make the move and start changing the lives of others, and your own. We’ll provide you with a generous relocation package, continual training and development opportunities and the freedom to really rediscover why you love what you do, and who you are.

Make the move to Jersey today and see why this is care rediscovered.

For a full job description and to apply (please provide a CV and Covering letter) please email nursinginjersey@gov.je with the job title in the subject line. 

Staff Nurse, Samares Ward - Rehabilitation Ward

Grade 4 £38,627 - £40,968 per year (equivalent to a Band 5 under UK AfC) + relocation allowance 

Patients will rely on the quality of care you deliver as Staff Nurse within our Rehabilitation Unit on Samares Ward. All your patients will be undergoing rehabilitation as a result of a stroke, traumatic head injury, chronic neurological conditions or orthopaedic injuries – through trauma, falls and surgery. As part of a dedicated, close knit multidisciplinary team, the care delivery is evidence based allowing you to evaluate, and set realistic treatment goals to allow your patient to strive to achieve their optimum level of recovery in a positive and enthusiastic setting. You will need to take full account of their complex or high risk needs and fully assess each patient holistically. 

To join us, you’ll need to be a 1st Level Registered Nurse with proven post-qualifying experience. You’ll bring to the role a thorough knowledge of the NMC Code (2015) guidelines, together with a commitment to remain up to date with the latest developments in clinical and nursing practice. Crucially, you’ll be passionate about patient care and want to join an established professional and pleasant environment.

Our people matter to us, so we’ll support you from day one. We’ll give you everything you need to make this move and start changing the lives of others, and your own. That means a generous relocation package, continual training and development opportunities, and the freedom to rediscover not just why you love what you do, but also who you are. This is care rediscovered.

 

For a full job description and to apply (please provide a CV and Covering letter) please email nursinginjersey@gov.je with the job title in the subject line. 

Staff Nurse - Private Patients Ward

Grade 4 £38,627 - £40,968 per year (equivalent to a Band 5 under UK AfC) + relocation allowance 

As a Staff Nurse within Sorel Ward you’ll plan, deliver and evaluate care for a group of patients who are accessing private healthcare services. This will include people with complex or high risk needs. Your approach will be characterised by the quality of care you provide, to achieve the treatment goals you set for each patient. What’s more, you’ll make a positive impact on our nursing community by sharing guidance and support with less experienced colleagues. At times, you’ll step up and lead the team.

Your commitment to remain up to date with the latest developments in clinical and nursing practice really sets you apart. A 1st Level Registered Nurse with proven post-qualifying experience, you’ll bring to the role a thorough knowledge of the NMC Code (2015) guidelines. Crucially, you’re passionate about creating a therapeutic environment for patients.

Our people matter to us, so we’ll support you from day one. We’ll give you everything you need to make this move and start changing the lives of others, and your own. That means a generous relocation package, continual training and development opportunities, and the freedom to rediscover not just why you love what you do, but also who you are. This is care rediscovered.

For a full job description and to apply (please provide a CV and Covering letter) please email nursinginjersey@gov.je with the job title in the subject line. 

Sister / Charge Nurse / Specialist Nurse

Grade 5 £44,925 - £47,844 per year (equivalent to a Band 5/6 under UK AfC) + relocation allowance 

As a Sister, Charge Nurse or Specialist Nurse in the Endoscopy team, you’ll deliver and develop our specialist service. Constantly striving to acquire new skills, knowledge and achievements, you’ll hone your abilities at the leading edge of practice. Developing highly effective clinical leadership skills, you’ll make a significant contribution. With a high profile across our multi-disciplinary team, you’ll be recognised by nursing colleagues as a role model and a source of expert advice.

To join us, you’ll need to be a 1st Level Registered Nurse with a high level of post-qualification experience. Together with a post qualifying specialty award, you have a proven track record in endoscopy.  We’ll expect you to play a key role in developing the team’s expertise, in both clinical and education settings, so a teaching / mentorship or equivalent qualification is essential. Naturally, you’ll also bring to the role a thorough knowledge of the NMC Code (2015) guidelines.

Our people matter to us, so we’ll support you from day one. We’ll give you everything you need to make this move and start changing the lives of others, and your own. That means a generous relocation package, continual training and development opportunities, and the freedom to rediscover not just why you love what you do, but also who you are. This is care rediscovered.

For a full job description and to apply (please provide a CV and Covering letter) please email nursinginjersey@gov.je with the job title in the subject line. 

Staff Nurse - Acute Medical Ward

Grade 4 £38,627 - £40,968 per year (equivalent to a Band 5 under UK AfC) + relocation allowance 

An exciting opportunity has arisen for a registered nurse position on a 22 bedded acute medical unit covering all specialities. We are looking for a dynamic, forward thinking individual to join our team and support us in delivering high quality patient centred care for patients with complex medical and social needs. You must have a minimum of 2 years post- qualifying experience in medicine.

If you require any further information please contact Sister Ursula O'Brien directly on 01534 442772.

For a full job description and to apply (please provide a CV and Covering letter) please email nursinginjersey@gov.je with the job title in the subject line.

Staff Nurse - ICU/HDU

Intensive Care & High Dependency Care Units

Grade 4 £38,627 - £40,968 per year (equivalent to a Band 5 under UK AfC) + relocation allowance 

Are you looking to combine some time abroad with the opportunity to develop your career? Interested? If you are a motivated and enthusiastic registered nurse who is able to provide the highest standards of care for the critically ill patient then we would like to hear from you:-

Jersey's Intensive Care & High Dependency Unit is a 12 bedded Critical Care Service that is modern and well equipped and offers excellent learning and developmental opportunities to applicants who are innovative, enthusiastic and who have a successful track record in change management and innovation.

We can offer -
• The chance to join a motivated team of Critical Care Nurses
• A supportive orientation with an individual professional development plan
• A commitment to education and development
• Excellent rates of pay

Candidates must have a minimum of 18 months post registration experience in an acute setting. Evidence of continuing professional development and portfolio development is essential.

For an informal discussion please contact Geoff Benning on 01534 442673.

For a full job description and to apply (please provide a CV and Covering letter) please email nursinginjersey@gov.je with the job title in the subject line. 

Staff Nurse - Trauma and Orthopaedic, Beauport Ward

Grade 4 £38,627 - £40,968 per year (equivalent to a Band 5 under UK AfC) + £8,000 relocation allowance 

The post holder will act as a practitioner with professional accountability to effectively plan, deliver and evaluate care for a group of patients on our 28 bedded mixed trauma and orthopaedic ward. You will assess patient needs, devise care programmes and manage the delivery of programmes. You must be a Registered Nurse with a minimum of 2 years post qualifying experience, as well as enthusiastic, forward thinking and a team player with good communication and organisational skills.

Our people are so important so with support from day one, you’ll have everything you need to make the move and start changing the lives of others, and your own. We’ll provide you with a generous relocation package, continual training and development opportunities and the freedom to really rediscover why you love what you do, and who you are.

Make the move to Jersey today and see why this is care rediscovered.

For an informal discussion please contact Sister Chantal Ballingall on 01534 442777

For a full job description and to apply (please provide a CV and Covering letter) please email nursinginjersey@gov.je with the job title in the subject line. 

Staff Nurse – Acute Medical Ward

Grade 4 £38,627 - £40,968 per year (equivalent to a Band 5 under UK AfC) + £8,000 relocation allowance

A number of exciting opportunities have arisen for registered nurses to join our 22 bedded acute medical unit, Corbiere Ward, covering all specialties. We are looking for dynamic, forward thinking individuals to join our team and support us in delivering high quality patient centred care for patients with complex medical needs. You must have a minimum of 2 year post-qualifying experience in medicine.

Our people are so important so with support from day one, you’ll have everything you need to make the move and start changing the lives of others, and your own. We’ll provide a generous relocation package, continual training and development opportunities including access to management qualifications.

We will be exhibiting at the RCN Bulletin Jobs Fair in Southampton on 4th December – Please come and see us to talk about this and other opportunities in Jersey.

If you require any further information please contact Ward Sister Ursula O’Brien on 01534 442771 or Divisional Lead Jackie Tardivel on 01534 442570.

For a full job description and to apply (please provide a CV and Covering letter) please email nursinginjersey@gov.je with the job title in the subject line. 

 

Adult Mental Health Nursing

Working together to change lives

Our Adult Mental Health Service is an integrated stepped-care system providing a timely, flexible and evidence-informed response for adults with moderate to severe mental health problems.

We provide a wide range of needs-led responses such as community treatment packages, PLAN-accredited Liaison services, intensive home treatment and specialist interventions. Alongside this, we have an AIMS-accredited 17-bed inpatient unit.

To ensure we offer the best and most up-to-date mental health care, we actively encourage continuing professional development. This includes induction for new arrivals to Jersey, free access to online journals and ebooks, and ongoing study up to Masters Level for nurses and allied health professionals in partnership with the University of Chester.  We work with a varied clinical population, allowing our people to share knowledge and skills, whilst continually progressing in specialist areas.

We are looking for skilled professionals who are able to consistently provide compassionate, collaborative and evidence-informed care to join our team and change the lives of adults in our community. This is your chance to use your skills and abilities to provide the best standard of care, and rediscover the things that make you so good at what you do.

Ward Manager

Grade 6 (equivalent to a Band 6/7 under UK AfC)

£51,347 - £54,570 per year + relocation allowance 

Opportunity to become a Ward Manager here in Jersey where you’ll provide nursing leadership in our 17-bed unit for adults with an acute mental health problems.

As a first-level Registered Nurse, you’ll have a specialist qualification and substantial experience in the identified field of mental health. As an experienced Ward manager A teaching or mentorship qualification is essential as well as possessing excellent interpersonal and conflict management skills, you’ll be ready to lead by example in professional practice. You’ll also be capable of undertaking management tasks such as budgeting and data analysis.

With our support, you’ll have everything you need to start changing the lives of others from day one.  And you can look forward to changing your own life too. We’ll provide you with a generous relocation package worth £8,000, outstanding training and development, and the time and resources to rediscover your own commitment to caring.

Our people are so important so with support from day one, you’ll have everything you need to make the move and start changing the lives of others, and your own. We’ll provide you with a generous relocation package, continual training and development opportunities and the freedom to really rediscover why you love what you do, and who you are.

Make the move to Jersey today and see why this is care rediscovered.

For a full job description and to apply (please provide a CV and Covering letter) please email nursinginjersey@gov.je with the job title in the subject line. 

Staff Nurse - Community

Grade 4 (equivalent to UK Band 5 under UK Agenda for Change)

£38,627 - £40,968 per year + relocation allowance 

Joining us as a Community Nurse, you’ll work collaboratively as part of a multidisciplinary team to co-ordinate care for patients with a range of complex mental health needs. This includes evidence-based assessment and treatment, and psychosocial interventions for individuals and their families. Ongoing professional development is encouraged, including the opportunity to develop a specialist area of interest.

As a first-level Registered Nurse, you’ll have sound post-qualification experience working in mental health care. You’ll demonstrate a clear understanding of positive risk management, along with a working knowledge of clinical diagnosis and the legal context of mental health care provision.  An excellent communicator, you’ll be able to build good relationships with clients and their families as well as partner agencies. A mentoring qualification would be ideal.

We know that the best care starts at home. That’s why your expertise is so important. With our support, you’ll have everything you need to start changing the lives of others from day one.  And you can look forward to changing your own life too. We’ll provide you with a generous relocation package worth £8,000, outstanding training and development, and the time and resources to rediscover your own commitment to caring.

Our people are so important so with support from day one, you’ll have everything you need to make the move and start changing the lives of others, and your own. We’ll provide you with a generous relocation package, continual training and development opportunities and the freedom to really rediscover why you love what you do, and who you are.

Make the move to Jersey today and see why this is care rediscovered.

For a full job description and to apply (please provide a CV and Covering letter) please email nursinginjersey@gov.je with the job title in the subject line. 

Staff Nurse – Acute Adult Inpatients

Grade 4 (equivalent to a Band 5 under UK AfC)

£38,627 - £40,968 per year + relocation allowance 

Joining us as a Staff Nurse, you’ll care for people with an acute mental health problems requiring hospitalisation. That means providing specialist assessment and treatment across a range of mental health needs in an inpatient environment. Ongoing professional development is encouraged, including the opportunity to develop a specialist area of interest.

As a first-level Registered Nurse, you’ll have post-qualification experience in the field of mental health. This will include a thorough knowledge of positive risk management and the medico-legal context of mental health care provision. Good communication skills are important, as is the ability to work with other agencies involved in health and social care.  

With our support, you’ll have everything you need to start changing the lives of others from day one.  And you can look forward to changing your own life too. We’ll provide you with a generous relocation package worth £8,000, outstanding training and development, and the time and resources to rediscover your own commitment to caring.

Our people are so important so with support from day one, you’ll have everything you need to make the move and start changing the lives of others, and your own. We’ll provide you with a generous relocation package, continual training and development opportunities and the freedom to really rediscover why you love what you do, and who you are.

Make the move to Jersey today and see why this is care rediscovered.

For a full job description and to apply (please provide a CV and Covering letter) please email nursinginjersey@gov.je with the job title in the subject line. 

Community Nurse Practitioner

Grade 5 (equivalent to a Band 5/6 under UK AfC)

£44,925 - £47,844 per year + relocation allowance 

Joining us as a Community Nurse Practitioner, you’ll lead and co-ordinate care for patients with a range of complex mental health needs. This includes evidence-based assessment and treatment, and psychosocial education for clients, their families and carers. Risk assessment and safety planning is key the role will include Liaison.

As a first-level Registered Nurse, you’ll have substantial post-qualification experience, including specialisation in the field of mental health. This will include a thorough knowledge of positive risk management and the medico-legal context of mental health care provision.  Good communication skills are important, as is the ability to work with other agencies involved in health and social care.  

We know that the best care starts at home. That’s why your expertise is so important. With our support, you’ll have everything you need to start changing the lives of others from day one.  And you can look forward to changing your own life too. We’ll provide you with a generous relocation package worth £8,000, outstanding training and development, and the time and resources to rediscover your own commitment to caring.

Our people are so important so with support from day one, you’ll have everything you need to make the move and start changing the lives of others, and your own. We’ll provide you with a generous relocation package, continual training and development opportunities and the freedom to really rediscover why you love what you do, and who you are.

Make the move to Jersey today and see why this is care rediscovered.

For a full job description and to apply (please provide a CV and Covering letter) please email nursinginjersey@gov.je with the job title in the subject line. 

Community and Social Services

Senior Staff Nurse - Oakwell

Grade 4 £38,627 - £40,968 per year (equivalent to a Band 5 under UK AfC) + relocation allowance 

We are looking for a Registered Nurse (Child) who wishes to join a team of staff delivering a short break service for children and young people in Jersey with complex care needs. If you are passionate about providing a high quality child and family focused service, then this post will suit you. We are able to accept applications from other experienced nurses with consideration for newly qualified nurse applications subject to demonstrating commitment to undergo a 12 month period of preceptorship period within the service.

For informal enquiries contact Short Breaks Service Lead Joanne Cowen on 01534 445122.

To apply, click here

 

Older Adult Mental Health Nursing

Our Older Adults Mental Health Service is going through an exciting time. With new investments, we are developing both Hospital Liaison and Primary Care, and are adding mental health expertise to the existing Rapid Response and Reablement Service. Alongside this is also the redesigning of our existing Memory Assessment Service and Community Mental Health Team.

Our people are committed to person centred care and working collaboratively with older adults experiencing mental health issues, their family and their carers. We also have close working relationships with the voluntary sector who are key to helping us delivering care and support which focuses on ‘living well’ with on-going mental health issues.

We’re looking for passionate team players to join us. This is your chance to deliver innovative, high quality care and new ways of working to the older generations in our community.

Staff Nurse - Rosewood House

Grade 4 £38,627 - £40,968 per year (equivalent to a Band 5 under UK AfC) + relocation allowance

We have opportunities within Older Adult Mental Health inpatient services for motivated and enthusiastic Registered Mental Health Nurses to join our close-knit, multi-disciplinary team. We provide care for vulnerable older adults with complex needs, from intermediate and ongoing nursing care to end of life care.

As one of our team you will act as a practitioner with professional accountability to effectively plan, deliver and evaluate care for a group of patients with a range of conditions. Acting as a role model you will demonstrate the ability to apply research and evidence to promote best practice and ensure high quality care to our patients. Individuals at this level will be able to plan and deliver care for complex or high risk individuals within an inpatient setting and give guidance and support to less experienced staff. The role involves day to day shift leadership in the absence of the ward sister, requiring an ability to lead confidently. Electronic record-keeping is used across the service and the post-holder will therefore need to possess a good standard of IT skills.

As a 1st Level Registered Mental Health Nurse, you’ll have at least 2 years recent experience within this specialist area.

Our people are so important so with support from day one, you’ll have everything you need to make the move and start changing the lives of others, and your own. We’ll provide you with a generous relocation package, continual training and development opportunities and the freedom to really rediscover why you love what you do, and who you are.

Make the move to Jersey today and see why this is care rediscovered.

For a full job description and to apply (please provide a CV and Covering letter) please email nursinginjersey@gov.je with the job title in the subject line. 

Staff Nurse (RMN) - Inpatient Mental Health Assessment

£38,627 - £40,968 + £8,000 relocation assistance 

Grade 4 (equivalent to a Band 5 under UK AfC)

Joining us as a Senior Staff Nurse on one of our two assessment units, you’ll be equipped to deliver the best possible care for people requiring acute inpatient admission. Both Beech and Cedar have been recently refurbished, with Beech offering 11 beds for dementia assessment, and Cedar offering 14 beds for functional mental health assessment/treatment. As a valued member of one of our teams and as a Primary Nurse you will assess, plan, deliver and evaluate high standards of nursing care to people experiencing acute mental health conditions or dementia. Acting as a role model and a preceptor to junior staff or students, you will demonstrate the ability to apply research and evidence to promote best practice and ensure high quality person-centred care.

As a first-level Registered Mental Health Nurse, you will have sound post-qualifying practice experience, including the care of people with mental health conditions and/or dementia  We will also consider applications from newly qualified nurses, and those with less than 2 years experience under a preceptorship programme. A commitment to continuing your own professional development is important, and a teaching or mentorship qualification would be ideal. The ability to work closely with other members of our multidisciplinary mental health care team is essential, together with the ability to use electronic patient records.

Our people are so important so with support from day one, you’ll have everything you need to make the move and start changing the lives of others, and your own. We’ll provide you with a generous relocation package, continual training and development opportunities and the freedom to really rediscover why you love what you do, and who you are.

Make the move to Jersey today and see why this is care rediscovered.

 

For a full job description and to apply (please provide a CV and Covering letter) please email nursinginjersey@gov.je