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Out of Hours Service Vacancies

Are you looking for a role with flexible hours to fit around you and your life?

We’re recruiting and we’d love to hear about how you can help us to make a difference to people in our community.

Our Out of Hours Service is a crucial part of our Adults’ Specialist Services delivering care to people who need it urgently or those with longer-term conditions.

We work on a ‘buddy’ system which means you will never be working alone, and you’ll always have someone with you for every visit during your shift.

And, with no rush hour traffic to contend with, save time on your commute, giving you more free time and flexibility during the day for a better work/life balance.

We offer enhanced pay rates, full NHS benefits including salary and pension, generous annual leave and well-being support is widely available.

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Learn more about us

As the South West’s largest provider in community healthcare, our multi-disciplinary teams of nurses, therapists, clinicians and support colleagues help people remain safe and live as independently as possible after injury, illness or hospital admission. We take a holistic approach involving people in their care, enabling them to thrive in their homes and local communities.

In this role, you’ll focus on collaborative, safe, effective and evidenced-based practice. Working closely with primary and community services as well as with social care partners, you play a critical role in ensuring a person-centred experience.

Mentored by our senior practitioners, there will be plenty of opportunities to learn new skills and you’ll be supported to achieve your potential.

Our service is part of our Integrated Network Teams (INTs) enabling support to people in our communities 24 hours a day, 7 days a week.

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Want to learn more before you apply? For further details and to talk informally about the roles, please contact:

Lisa Fuller, Team Manager Out of Hours (BNSSG)

Out of Hours Team Leader (Band 6) – South Gloucestershire

Out of Hours Team Leader (Band 6) – North Somerset

Out of Hours Community Nurse (Band 5) – North Somerset

Franki’s Story

I love my job because I have gained a diverse range of clinical, leadership, management and triage co-ordinating skills which brings great responsibility but also great satisfaction.

Through continual peer and leadership support I’ve become confident in practicing autonomously and making clinical decisions, putting patients and their families at the heart of everything we do.

My role in out of hours supports a positive work/life balance, enabling me to work around my family. I have never missed one of my children’s nursery / school plays, class services or after school activities, and I have always been available for the school drop off and pick up!

I love the variation in my job (and the challenges it brings!) because I know I our wonderful management team is there to help me.

I’m very proud to have the opportunity to work in a senior position, where I continue to grow, develop new skills and train, while making a real difference in a continually developing community service, which is very exciting.

It really is a privilege to support people, their families and colleagues in our Out of hours service.

Franki PerryBand 6 Nurse, Out of Hours