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Job Vacancies

Practice Nurse

We are looking to appoint a Practice Nurse to our practice of 4000 patients. We are a friendly, supportive and accessible team of 5 GPs, an Advanced Nurse Practitioner, 2 Practice Nurses and 2 Health Care Assistants with supporting administrative and clerical staff.  Working over two sites, our main surgery has recently been extended and refurbished. Both surgeries are in beautiful rural villages, with easy access to York and Malton.

We are looking for a forward thinking, enthusiastic, friendly team player who will join our team in order to help guide our surgery into a new phase.

Our practice is expanding so it is a really exciting time to be joining the team. This is an opportunity for the right candidate to develop their professional career in a forward thinking practice. The successful candidate will work closely with our GP's and other clinical staff.

We are high QOF achievers and achieved a 'Good' rating from our CQC inspection.

This is a part time position of 30 hours per week to include evenings and weekend working as necessary.   Salary negotiable depending on the successful candidate.

Informal discussions about the role are welcomed. Please use the contact details provided to initiate this.

Closing date for applications Friday 24th August 5pm.

Interviews will be held on Thursday 6th September.

Please contact the Practice Manager for further information

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