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Connect for Health is recruiting!

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Join Connect for Health, the Warwickshire school nursing service

We have vacancies for the roles of a School Nurse (SCPHN) and a School Staff Nurse in our Stratford based team. Click the links to find out more!

Who we are

Connect for Health is a service that supports school aged children, young people and their families in Warwickshire. We deliver key elements of the Healthy Child programme, working to identify health needs so we can give families the tools to succeed and lead healthy, happy lives.

We offer a nurturing, inspiring environment to work for children and young people across Warwickshire. We’re part of Compass, a long established national charity.

If you’re a registered nurse who is looking for a new and exciting opportunity, the School Nursing service could be the right fit for you!

Watch why our team love working at Connect for Health

Benefits of working as part of Compass

  • Competitive salary
  • 27 days’ holiday plus bank holidays
  • Holiday rises to 32 days over time
  • Life assurance at 2x basic salary
  • 5% contributory pension scheme
  • Family-friendly policies
  • 24/7 Employee Assistance Programme
  • OH service
  • Enhanced sick pay
  • Excellent development opportunities

What Our New Members of Staff Say!

Kiera Dickie – Learning Disability Practitioner, C4H, 2023

“As a new starter at C4H I couldn’t be happier with how things are going! From my initial interview to my first day in the office and each day since I have felt totally welcomed and supported. There is a fantastic structure of support and everyone across the service have been brilliant in helping me settle into my role. I have had so many people approach me to offer shadowing opportunities to really get to know our service and the day to day life in the office and community.”

Stacey Potter – School Staff Nurse, C4H, 2024

“I have felt so welcomed into the team, everyone I have met is so friendly and happy to talk about their role and what they do within the team. Everyone I have met has taken an interest in my background and has made an effort to say hi and get to know a little about me. There is a positive morale throughout the team which makes the office feel a very welcome place to be.”

Leanne Joyce – Family Brief Intervention Worker, C4H, 2024

“Starting something new can be daunting but as soon as I walked into the office on my first day I felt at ease. Everyone was so friendly and welcoming. My line manager and colleagues were supportive and there was a clear induction plan in place. I’ve been given so many learning opportunities and already feel a part of the team.”

Stephanie McKee – School Staff Nurse, C4H, 2024

“During my first week at Connect for Health everyone I have met has been very friendly, approachable, and kind which has really put me at ease starting a new job. The working environment is warm and friendly and there is always a good atmosphere, I feel I am being well supported by my colleagues, I feel comfortable asking questions or for help whenever I need it.

Since joining Connect for Health I have had training and learning opportunities offered to me, I have completed various mandatory training modules and I have had learning opportunities to shadow my colleagues on school visits and during workshops.”

A Message from our Service Manager

Connect for Health benefits from having a wealth of dedicated staff. They have a broad range of knowledge and skills gained through years of working in education and healthcare. All of this experience helps them to provide valuable support and expertise to children, young people and families. Each member of staff brings their own unique contribution to the team and has a vital part to play in the overall effectiveness of the service. At Connect for Health we value each individual and I am very proud of all of them.

Karen Cornick, Service Manager
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School Nursing Uncovered Podcast

Listen to episode one ‘The role of the school nurse’, featuring a member of our C4H team to help gain a better understanding of the school nurse role and our service.

Contact us

If you would like to contact us regarding our current vacancies or working for our service, please call or email our team for more information:

Call: 03300 245 204

Email: connectforhealth@compass-uk.org