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Community Nursing Flexible Contracts posted by Homelink Healthcare Ltd

5 days left to apply
Part Time
£20 - £25 / hour

Job Description



We’re looking for experienced nurses to join our dynamic team. We’re flexible with how we work together – with permanent contracts or short-term contracts. We’ll work with you to get the hours that suit you, in a job that you’ll love.

  Who we are

HomeLink Healthcare has been established by senior healthcare professionals and experienced healthcare managers with the aim of delivering well-led, safe and effective, responsive and caring clinical care at home.

We provide Flexible working!
Short term contracts, Part time or Full time, we can make it work for you!

We will be working along side Norfolk and Norwich University Hospital and other healthcare providers to deliver a virtual ward in the community to enable people to leave hospital earlier and finish their treatment safely at home.

We are looking for experienced nurses to join our dynamic and growing clinical team, on either permanent,  bank contracts or secondments delivering excellent care to people in their own homes within Norwich and a 15 mile radius

Job Summary

Our staff work as part of the multidisciplinary team in a virtual ward to provide high quality, person centred, therapeutic, compassionate nursing care and support to adult patients, their families and carers in their usual place of residence, this maybe at home or in other community location.

Our staff work flexibly across the community as required, 
providing a service from 07.00 – 22.00 hours, including weekends.

We can offer competitive packages which include:

  •  comparable salaries, 
  • professional fees, 
  • company car or equivalent, 
  • mileage,
  • pension scheme, 
  • private registration
  • 33 days annual leave
  • sick pay



1.     Responsible for all aspects of own work including individual caseloads, and team delivery within accepted codes of professional conduct and clinical guidelines.

2.  Deliver comprehensive assessments of patients presenting with multiple pathology, and carry out clinical skills which may include, phlebotomy and cannulation, wound management,  IV therapy and medicines administration

3.     Keep Lead clinicians informed through excellent communication. This will involve good documentation of patient transfer onto service, patient care, patient progress and discharge planning


1.     Responsible for maintaining own competency, and maintaining a portfolio which reflects personal development and maintain and develop current knowledge of evidence based/best practice

2.     Support other health care professionals to encourage learning and assessment in practice.

3.     Adhere to the Medicines Management Code and the NMC Standards for the safe keeping and administration of medication.


1.     Demonstrate an ability to communicate complex and sensitive information to patients, carers and other staff, where there may be barriers to communication 

2.     Communicate with the multidisciplinary team and all other healthcare professionals, voluntary agencies and professional networks to ensure good working relationships.

3.     Work effectively with colleagues to provide the best possible care.


1.      Exercise good personal time management, punctuality and consistent reliable attendance.

2.      Represent the organisation’s commitment to providing the highest possible standard of service to patients and members of the public 
3.    Be comfortable working alone as required assessing and managing risk.

Job Requirements

A registered nurse with enthusiasm and drive, who has at least three years’ experience including some community experience and enjoys the challenges of working independently, providing people with the best treatment, nursing care and support in their home.


  • NMC registration
  • Driver with own car
  • Enjoys driving
  • Flexible and adaptable
  • Resourceful
  • Problem solver
  • Experience as lone worker
  • Excellent communication skills
  • Excellent clinical skills
  • Enjoys challenges
  • Enjoys learning

Candidates must have a valid NMC Pin Number. 
Candidates must be authorised to work in the EEC.



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