Salary for community matron

Average salary


3300 £

Basic salary 3000 £
Maximum Wage 3600 £
3000 £
Lowest
3300 £
Average
3600 £
Highest

community matron - How much money do you make working at this position?

The average salary for the community matron position is 3300 £

Companies with the highest earnings in position Community matron


HEALTHY CORINIUM CIC 3645 £
MYLOCUM 3040 £

Salary in companies


HEALTHY CORINIUM CIC 3645 £
3000 £ 3645 £
MYLOCUM 3040 £
3000 £ 3645 £

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Requirements


  • 6 months Healthcare experience
  • great pay rates
  • right to work in the UK
  • flexible working
  • references covering last 3 years of clinical employment
  • ad-Hoc and or long-term assignments
  • NMC Registration
  • assistance with arranging accommodation
  • overseas Police Check, if any
  • ongoing support with CPD/Re-validation/Mandatory Training
  • indemnity Insurance
  • in-house Phlebotomy
  • up to date CV
  • fast track registration
  • true 24/7 on call service

Responsibility


  • band: Band 7
  • hours: 30 hrs per week
  • closing Date: 1st September 2023
  • the South Cotswolds Frailty Service is a forward thinking, dynamic service which positions person centred care at the centre of its case management approach to supporting people living with frailty
  • our registered professionals are autonomous practitioners who assess people with complex needs and use their clinical expertise and judgement to work with people to improve the clinical and quality of life outcomes for people with complex biopsychosocial needs
  • the post holder will be responsible for the line management, supervision, training, support and leadership of a Wellbeing Coordinator within the team
  • you will have the opportunity to lead on areas of service development and deputise for, and undertake work delegated by, the Senior Community Matron as required
  • this is a permanent role, and the hours of work will normally be between 8am and 6pm, although in the future expansion of hours may be considered to include 7 day working
  • if you have the required experience and clinical skills and qualifications, or are prepared to work towards them, and you would like to be part of this new innovative service then we would love to hear from you
  • for further information, to arrange a visit or request an application pack please contact Sally-Anne Bauer by clicking on Apply Now or telephone 07393 762742
  • are you an enthusiastic, motivated and dedicated professional looking for a new and exciting challenge? We are a small, friendly and supportive team who are looking for a new Community Matron to complete our service

Current offers for the position


MYLOCUM
Community Matron | Band 7 | Upto £31.82/hr

Skills: NMC pin, Mental health nurse qualification, experience in working in a mental health community setting, preferably an access and assessment team.

London

HEALTHY CORINIUM CIC
Community Matron (Nurse/Paramedic/Allied Health Professional)

Salary: £43,742 - £50,056 per annum pro-rata Band: Band 7 (or Band 6 Development post considered) Hours: 30 hrs per week (0.8 FTE) Closing Date: 1st September 2023 Are you an enthusiastic, motivated and dedicated professional looking for a new and exciting challenge? We are a small, friendly and supportive team who are looking for a new Community Matron to complete our service. The South Cotswolds Frailty Service is a forward thinking, dynamic service which positions person centred care at the centre of its case management approach to supporting people living with frailty. Our registered professionals are autonomous practitioners who assess people with complex needs and use their clinical expertise and judgement to work with people to improve the clinical and quality of life outcomes for people with complex biopsychosocial needs. The post holder will be responsible for the line management, supervision, training, support and leadership of a Wellbeing Coordinator within the team. You will have the opportunity to lead on areas of service development and deputise for, and undertake work delegated by, the Senior Community Matron as required. This is a permanent role, and the hours of work will normally be between 8am and 6pm, although in the future expansion of hours may be considered to include 7 day working. If you have the required experience and clinical skills and qualifications, or are prepared to work towards them, and you would like to be part of this new innovative service then we would love to hear from you. For further information, to arrange a visit or request an application pack please contact Sally-Anne Bauer by clicking on Apply Now or telephone 07393 762742.

Cirencester