Open Day to showcase Band 5 staff nurse opportunities at St George’s
We’re recruiting Band 5 nurses across St George’s for many different specialties and 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 27 January 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 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.
Nursing Recruitment Open Day
Saturday, 27 January 2018, 9.30am – 3pm
John Parker Lecture Theatre
Atkinson Morley Wing
St George’s University Hospitals NHS Foundation Trust
Band 6 and other nursing roles
We’re also recruiting for a variety of roles for more experienced nurses and senior roles.
Overseas Nurses – please get in touch!
We welcome colleagues of many nationalities into our friendly nursing teams across St George’s – representing the diverse communities we serve. Our teams include great nurses from Spain, Greece, Poland, Ireland, Italy, Portugal, Australia and many more countries.
For more information and views from some of our nursing teams please visit our Open Day page.