If you are looking for growth and development, check out the following dynamic roles within our organisation. At the time of writing, the following roundup of vacancies includes:
COVID Immunisation Facilitator, EOTAS School Nurse, Team Lead, Community Nursery Nurse and Health Visitor.
Read on to learn more about the roles and to apply.
COVID Immunisation Facilitator
Are you educated to a degree level with experience working with GP Clinical systems such as EMIS and VISION?
Then why not apply to become our COVID Immunisation Facilitator? Contributing to the improvement in uptake to meet the national targets for the vaccination programmes in Northeast London, while developing systems of immunisation services at a local level aiming to eradicate vaccine preventable disease.
The deadline to apply is 27 October
Are you a qualified, NMC registered, Specialist Community Public Health Nurse (SCPHN) Health Visitor or a student SCPHN Health Visitor, qualifying in the next few months? If the answer is yes, we would love to hear from you.
The deadline to apply is 30 November.
EOTAS School Nurse
Do you know anyone with a Specialist Community Public Health Nurse School Nurse qualification (SCPHN), with minimum of 18 months consolidated practice as SCPHN.
The Care Group is looking for an EOTAS School Nurse to be responsible for day-to-day management of a defined caseload to support the achievement of a continuum of education provision for pupils with complex social, emotional, communication and behavioural difficulties by the provision of Specialist Public Health Practitioner provision.
The deadline to apply is 1 October.
Are you educated to first degree level or equivalent with extensive experience in leading, developing and motivating a skill mix team?
Then why not apply to become a Team Lead in the 0-19 Waltham Forest Service? Being responsible for the day-to-day leadership of a multidisciplinary 0-19 skill mix team within a defined geographical area. To develop and deliver universal and early intervention (Tier 1 and 2) services for children aged 0-19 and their families using an integrated model of working across professional and organisational boundaries.
The deadline to apply is 10 October
Community Nursery Nurse
Do you have an NNEB, a Diploma in Childcare & Education (CDE) or a Level 3 BTEC National Diploma in Early Years (DEXECL)? If so, we are looking for someone with a sound understanding of child development and parenting, that can communicate with people from a wide range of social, economic and cultural backgrounds to apply for this role.
The deadline to apply is 10 October.