Community RGN - Band 5

Posted 30 April 2024
Salary £20 - 21 per hour
Discipline District Nurses
ReferenceSG1 Comm 5
Contact NameThomas Musgrove

Job description

Community RGN – Band 5 Nurse


£21 per hour

Are you a compassionate and motivated Registered Nurse with a passion for community care?

Are you looking for a full time Community nursing role starting ASAP?

Are you a passionate and dedicated individual with a drive to support patients within thier own homes?

Hunter MH are seeking a Band 5 Community RGN to join our friendly and dedicated team in Stevenage.

You will play a vital role in delivering high-quality nursing care to patients in their own homes, promoting their independence and well-being.

Community Registered Nurse on a full-time basis (37.5 Hours, Monday – Friday 8:30 – 5)

We work with an outstanding range of Public and private healthcare settings within Stevenage and across the Hertfordshire area.

Job Details:

  • £21 per hour
  • Experienced RGN Community Nurse (B5)
  • 37.5 hours
  • Full time
  • Stevenage,  London


  • Deliver a comprehensive range of nursing care, from wound management to medication administration, in the comfort of patients' homes.
  • Conduct thorough assessments to uncover individual needs and develop personalized care plans that address specific requirements.
  • Administer medications and treatments with precision and utmost care, ensuring patient safety and well-being.
  • Empower patients with knowledge, educating them about their health conditions and promoting self-management strategies.
  • Collaborate effectively with a team of healthcare professionals, sharing expertise and ensuring coordinated care delivery.
  • Monitor patients' progress vigilantly, making timely adjustments to care plans to optimize their recovery journey.
  • Maintain meticulous records, documenting every step of the care process with accuracy and attention to detail.

Person Specification:

  • Registered Nurse (NMC) with a first-level nursing qualification (e.g., Diploma in Nursing, BSc Hons Nursing)
  • Proven experience in community nursing or a related setting, demonstrating your ability to navigate diverse community environments.
  • Excellent communication and interpersonal skills, enabling you to build rapport with patients, families, and healthcare colleagues.
  • The ability to work independently and as part of a team, adapting to different work styles and fostering a collaborative spirit.
  • Strong problem-solving and decision-making skills, enabling you to assess situations, identify solutions, and make informed judgments.
  • A commitment to continuous professional development, ensuring you stay abreast of advancements in nursing practice.


  • Opportunities for professional development and training, keeping your nursing skills sharp and relevant to current practices.
  • A supportive and collaborative working environment where you'll feel valued and respected as an integral part of the team.
  • The satisfaction of making a real difference in the lives of patients, knowing you're playing a vital role in their well-being