Community Staff Nurse - COVID-19 in Stoke-on-Trent

Job description

Midlands Partnership NHS Foundation Trust (MPFT) is a high performing provider of integrated health and care, providing physical and mental health, learning disabilities and adult social care services. Employing 8,500 staff with a turnover of £490m, the majority of our services are delivered in Staffordshire, Stoke-on-Trent, Shropshire and Telford & Wrekin, however our Inclusion services can be found across the country. Our inclusive organisation has received excellent 2020/21 staff opinion survey results and has recently been short-listed for two prestigious HSJ Awards.

For further information, please click on Trust name above and take a look at our Benefits Leaflet.

The Trust works in partnership with the NHS programme ‘Step into Health’, supporting ex-service personnel into a career in the NHS

Band 5 Community Staff Nurse – Community Intervention Service

Do you want to be part of an emerging, unique and diverse organisation that put people at the heart of what we do? A Trust that empowers and engages its workforce to improve care and wellbeing, by delivering better health, better care in partnership?

  • Are you looking to develop your knowledge and skills in community services, providing both routine and complex treatments to patients within their own home?
  • Do you see the benefits of closer integrated working between health and social care to ensure the best outcomes for patients?
  • Are you passionate about wanting to work with patients to help them achieve their goals? Are you caring and compassionate and committed to personalised care?


Within the MPFT Community Intervention Service we have a permanent full time position for a Band 5 Community Staff Nurse post to join our specialist team. We are recruiting dedicated and compassionate nurses to further enhance the high quality patient experience we offer in the community. The team specialises in providing acute care to prevent hospital admissions, and promote early supported discharges on a Discharge to assess pathway.

The successful applicant needs to have a commitment to providing care in patients’ own homes and residential homes, be able to work on their own initiative and work well within a team, demonstrating a wide-range of clinical skills. Community services are admitting patients with a more complex acuity than ever before, with increasingly specialist treatment and care being provided by highly skilled staff. For the right applicant, training and development can be provided to meet the individualised needs of patients in our community.


This is an exciting time to join the team and you will be a part of excellent way of working to meet the changing demand on community nursing.

“MPFT positively welcomes diversity and aims to be a truly inclusive place to work. We are looking for self-motivated, enthusiastic people from all backgrounds that care about making a difference.”


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