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Sirona care & health - Inner City and East Bristol

Working for us

Are you looking for a rewarding career when you can make a real difference to people’s lives? Perhaps you’re ready to take the next step and develop your clinical skills?

From clinical to clerical, entry-level to leadership, we offer a variety of location-based and community roles to choose from – with hours to fit around you – to make juggling the demands of life that little bit easier.

And what better place to grow than here with our fun and friendly teams in Inner City and East Bristol!

Our aim is to support people in their own homes and local communities wherever possible through our wide range of skilled and experienced clinical and non-clinical teams. We are part of the wider Bristol, North Somerset and South Gloucestershire (BNSSG) NHS and care community, working with colleagues in GP practices, hospitals, councils, mental health providers and the voluntary sector.

Join us

We’re committed to delivering integrated care and to adding value when it’s needed across Inner City and East Bristol – ‘Taking it Personally’ is at the heart of what we do each day. For us, it’s about the personal approach; we take pride in what we do and deliver the high standard of care that we’d expect for ourselves and our families.

We’re on hand to support you throughout your career – helping you to achieve your personal and professional goals. A wide variety of training is available and we’ll encourage and support you with internal and external courses or qualifications.

We partner with other organisations such as local NHS Trusts, University of the West of England (UWE) and the NHS Leadership Academy to help widen your opportunities even further.

So why not join us? We’ll be there for you too! Let us support you to develop the skills you need to reach your full potential and inspire colleagues within the team!

Rehabilitation Support Worker
Assistant Practitioner
Nurse Associate
Community Nurse
Administrator
Occupational Therapist
Physiotherapist
Community Paramedic
Senior Community Nurse
Advanced Clinical Practitioner

What is it like to live and work here?

East and Central Bristol is home to some of the South-West’s most diverse communities – and boasts the best of both worlds between urban and suburbia. Whether it’s colourful creativity, or the strong sense of community, you’ll love our vibrant and contrasting landscapes.

From the lively shopping quarter and characterful cobbled streets in the heart of our city, to East Bristol’s leafy suburbs, you’ll be spoilt for choice with things to see and do in your free time (even on the rainy days!).

Cabot tower offers spectacular views across the city, while St Paul’s, on the outskirts, is bursting with energy and famous for its annual carnival. A weekend packed with colour, eclectic music and entertainment from artists worldwide and closer to home.

Fancy a bite to eat? Experience a taste of culture in Easton where you can indulge in delicious foods from a range of independent retailers.

Looking for something fun for all the family? Explore our popular attractions – Brunel’s SS Great Britain, We The Curious, Bristol Aquarium, Arnolfini, Spike Island, Watershed and M Shed to name a few.

But this isn’t all that’s on offer.

If you’re after something a little more relaxing, stroll along the Harbourside or pack a picnic and enjoy the sunshine in Eastville Park. Near Fishponds lies Oldbury Court Estate. Picturesque and diverse, the beautiful estate is known for its parkland, history and woodland riverside walks – and popular with both families and locals alike.

Find out more and apply

Please contact Integrated Team Managers for further details and to talk informally about the roles:

Click the roles below to apply:

Community Support Worker (Band 3)
Community Nurse (Band 5)

New to Healthcare?

If you’re new to healthcare or looking for the chance to progress your career, visit roberth572.sg-host.com/work-with-us/home-first-jobs to learn more about how we can support you to take the first step as a Community Support Worker.

Could we support you to relocate?

As we continue to grow, we’re looking for people like you to help us make a real difference to the people and families in our communities.

If you’re looking for a rewarding NHS career in the community, surrounded by beautiful countryside, the coast and vibrant cities nearby, let us help you to discover your potential.

With Agenda for Change benefits including salary and pension, join our teams in East and Central Bristol and we could help you to relocate to the place we love to call home with up to £8,000.

Get in touch with our Recruitment team to find out more.

sirona.recruitment@nhs.net

03001245444

Click here to find out more about our Employee Benefits

What our colleagues say about working for us

Supporting rehabilitation at home is a very rewarding part of my role.

[Our multidisciplinary teams] help people to work towards their goals, such as being able to get washed and dressed again or to access the wider community. As a Physiotherapist, my role might include prescribing someone an exercise programme, to help rebuild their strength and enable them to walk to the shops again.

GwenBand 6 Senior Physiotherapist

Working with a diverse population with a vast range of needs means every day is different!

GeorgeBand 6 Senior Physiotherapist

I first started as a newly qualified Nurse in the community in 2018 following my last student placement in the team. In May 2022, I transitioned into a Community Nurse Team Leader and Sirona have sponsored me to complete my DNSPQ at Master’s Level at UWE.

Even in my current role there is always learning opportunities to further develop my clinical skills. Plus, there are plenty of avenues for me to progress in my career and I’m hoping to work towards becoming an Advanced Clinical Practitioner.

AimeeBand 6 Senior Community Nurse

The best thing about working in the community is the freedom and continuity of patient care. The team are fantastic and so supportive and help and advice is only a phone call away.

I really feel like I get to know the patients, their families and make a difference because by listening to people about their concerns and needs, I can following up with the relevant care providers, allowing them to be cared for in their home.

ClaireBand 4 Nurse Associate

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