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Lead Nurse

St Leonards School , Fife

Vacancy details

Please apply before 16/02/2018 at 11:59 pm

St Leonards School, St Andrews, KY16 9QJ

Steven Robertson
HR Officer

01334 460501

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Vacancy Description / Summary

Lead Nurse

Our on-site Medical Centre currently requires a Lead Nurse, to ensure the effective and efficient delivery of medical services to pupils, provide emergency first aid treatment and assist in the promotion of health and wellbeing.

Working 40 hours per week during term time only, you will be responsible for providing guidance to the School Nurse.
You will also work an additional 3 weeks outside of term time (working 37.5 hours per week) to support administrative duties.
You will be a qualified nurse on the NMC Professional Register, with experience of working with children and adolescents aged 5 – 18 years.

The school offers a generous rate of pay dependent on experience, in addition to a uniform, contributory pension scheme and lunches provided whilst on duty (term time only).


How to Apply:
For more information and to download an application form and full job description, please visit http://www.stleonards-fife.org/news-information/employment
Applicants should send the completed application form by email to Steven Robertson, at s.robertson@stleonards-fife.org by close of business on Friday 16th February 2018, with interviews scheduled for Friday 23rd February 2018.

St Leonards is a recognised charity: SC010904.


About the School

In the heart of the famous university town of St Andrews, St Leonards offers day and boarding education for 5-18 year old boys and girls, combining academic achievement with a friendly atmosphere.

Students have the chance to learn, work and play in a seaside setting, feeding off the buzz that comes from being in a renowned university town. Students thrive on well-established links with the University making the most of opportunities in drama, sport, music, art and our elite golf programme.

The only school in Scotland to concentrate 100% on the International Baccalaureate Diploma in the Sixth Form means that the enriching spirit of the IB enables students to develop and step into the world with confidence and maturity.