Staff Nurses to work in London

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Company Name

Whittington Health NHS

Job Hours

Full Time

Target Discipline

Medical and Healthcare

Company Address


Company Email

[email protected]

Operating Sector

Healthcare and Medical

Company Website

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Qualification Level

Honours Degree

Job Description

Whittington Health NHS is recruiting for Staff Nurses to work in London
(Centrally based in Zone 1 & 2 Islington & Haringey)
NHS Agenda for Change Band 5, 6 and 7 Vacancies

Full-time or Part-time
£25,427 Minimum inclusive starting salary 

We offer the following:

• Starting salary for newly qualified nurses of £25,427 (inclusive of outer London weighting); this is the minimum salary; 
• Additional payments for working out of hours and weekends.
• plus a £500 interest-free loan towards costs; 
• plus a £1000 welcome and retention payment (conditions apply). 
• Help to agree accommodation before arrival.
• Help to ensure that payroll and personal banking is set up ready for commencement.
• Flexible working is available, Nurses work 37.5 hours a week if Full-time.
• Community nurses have access to a fleet of electric cars. 
• In addition to this we will pay for successful recruits’ flights to the UK on commencement. 

The District Nursing Service and Acute Hospital of Whittington Health is seeking to recruit Staff Nurses to work in London in the acute hospital and also community nurses to work across the Boroughs of Islington and Haringey. The area is central London and enjoys excellent transport links.

Whittington Health is an innovative Integrated Care Organisation providing community and hospital services to 440,000 people living in Islington and Haringey as well as other London boroughs including Barnet, Enfield and Camden. It has embraced quality as the overarching principle for the organisation. 

We have set ourselves the mission of providing the highest quality community and general acute hospital care in England, and have embarked on an ambitious programme to transform the culture of the Trust to one of continuous improvement, delivered through participation of all staff and with service users, carers and families at the heart of our efforts to improve. 

The Community Nurse will work closely with local General Practitioners (GPs) and health and social care providers in an integrated way closer to home to meet the needs of the local population, in line with the Trust service objectives and the national ‘Vision for District Nursing’. 

The nurses working in the acute hospital can enjoy fantastic career opportunities across a wide range of specialties. Whittington Health NHS has developed as a pioneer site to become an Integrated Care Organisation. Nurses have the flexibility to work in hospital and community areas. 

The role of the Nurses will be expected to undertake clinical care and act as a key member of a multidisciplinary team across Islington & Haringey. We are committed to making the most of opportunities to work across traditional healthcare boundaries to bring real benefits to our patients and users and to support them out of hospital where possible. This post together with the wider teams working across the Integrated Care Organisation will liaise with other providers to promote a continuum of care for patients across both primary and secondary care.

The cornerstone is being a responsible and caring employer that values and rewards contribution and hard work of staff. We aim to give people the chance to shine and excel. The successful candidates will be supported to develop their skills in the role with access to high tech skills laboratories practice development; a range of training; clinical supervision and support.

If you want to be part of a dynamic, innovative and motivated team in Whittington Health NHS and help us achieve our vision to be the best, then we want you to apply. 

To register your interest please email a C.V to [email protected] or complete an application on line by following this link:

Interviews will be held via skype.


For further details or to discuss this post further, please contact:

Sarah Hayes, Head of Nursing, Emergency and Urgent Care

[email protected] or

Alison Kett, Head of Acute Nursing (Integrated Medicine),  [email protected]


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How To Apply

CV and covering letter by email