We’re recruiting Band 5 nurses across St George’s for many different services. From world-leading neurosciences to headline-making neonatal care; busy operating theatres to senior health wards; helping cardiac surgery patients recover to acute medicine facilities.

A special Nursing Recruitment Open Day on Saturday 16 June 2018, from 9.30am – 3pm will showcase many opportunities for Band 5 nurses, whether final year students, recently qualified or already working as a Band 5 nurses. Attendees will discover why St George’s is a great place to work, learn and develop nursing careers – and can be assessed and interviews for roles on the day.

Nurses from our friendly, committed and fun teams across many specialties will be present  to  answer questions and talk about working  life at St Georges. There will be tours of our site and the chance to meet our Chief Nurse and Director of Infection Prevention and Control, Avey Bhatia.

Our main site is in the heart of vibrant, diverse Tooting – named by Lonely Planet as one of the world’s top ten coolest neighbourhoods.

We offer exceptional learning and development, specialised training and education opportunities and the chance to progress – and gain wide-ranging experience across different areas of nursing.

As well as attending on the day, you can browse jobs now on NHS Jobs or complete an application form and be assessed and interviewed for Band 5 roles on the day.

Band 5 Nursing Recruitment Open Day
Saturday 16 June, 9.30am – 3pm
Hyde Park Room, First Floor, Lanesborough Wing, St George’s Hospital, Tooting

What do our nurses say?

Band 5 staff nurse Rhoda Oduro-Fordjour is delighted she chose St George’s when she returned to south London after completing her nursing degree.

Rhoda, who studied at the University of Nottingham, is enjoying the challenges, learning and support of the Renal nursing team on Champneys Ward.

She attended our January 2018 Open Day with offers already secured from elsewhere. However Rhoda wanted to take her time deciding which large south London Acute Trust was right for her. Meeting the ward matron and sister rapidly convinced her St George’s was the perfect place to start her nursing career.

“I was excited straight about what they had to say about the teamwork, patient focus and support and training student nurses receive,” said Rhoda.

“The culture shone through and I was convinced it was right for me. Since joining, everything they said has come true and more – it’s been fantastic

“My preceptor was so supportive and always advised me when I’ve needed guidance on what to do on the ward. It’s a very good environment to learn a lot – I’ve already been on training days and been able to put my extra knowledge into practice. And we really do work together as a team. I was made so welcome from the start and am enjoying it every day.”