College Surgery Partnership has a wide and varied team profile and our workforce ranges from GPs and nurses to administration posts; from paramedics to dispensers; and from secretaries to cleaners.


Why work for us?


Great Patient Care: We are focused on providing great patient care to our population. 


Diversity: We believe that people from different backgrounds, with different experiences, make our organisation better.  Just as our patients are diverse, we need to be too.  


Working in Collaboration: With our patients and in our teams


Experience: We have amazing team members who have a wealth of experience and knowledge and love supporting new employees


Ambition:  We get it right almost all of the time but, when we don’t, we learn from that experience and we improve because our ambition is to be the best we can be.

Current Vacancies

Nursing Associate (would consider trainee) - up to 37 hours per week - part time considered

This new and exciting role is to support registered nurses to enable them to be able to focus on the more complex clinical care of patients.

You would provide wound care and dressings and to perform and record clinical observations such as blood pressure, temperature, respirations and pulse.  After undertaking additional training you would undertake childhood immunisations, flu vaccinations, ECGs. venepuncture and cervical cytology.  You would provide support during minor operations and advise patients on general healthcare, promoting self-management where appropriate, including signposting patients to personalised care colleagues, and local community and voluntary sector services. 

Whilst we would ideally like a registered Nursing Associate, who has undertaken and completed the two year foundation degree delivered by a Nursing and Midwifery Council (NMC) approved provider, we would consider those who were looking to train in this area.

College Surgery is a wonderful place to work and you will be located within a large and supportive nursing team providing services to our 18,000 patients. 

We are proud of our multiprofessional team including Advanced Nurse Practitioners, Nurse Practitioners, Occupational Therapist, Paramedic and Social Prescribing Link Workers working with GPs

We have a proactive approach to prevention and wellbeing with innovative Children and Young People's link workers and a Health Coach

We are a learning environment with quarterly Continuing Professional Development afternoons where medical and nursing students and GP trainees attend to learn together.

We have also been rated outstanding by the Care Quality Commission.  

If you are interested in this role, please send an email to for the job description and person specification. 



Nurse Practitioner

An exciting oppurtunity has arisen for a Nurse Practitioner to join College Surgery Partnership.  The role is primarily to work within our SDS (Same Day Service) Team in providing a same day urgent treatment service and telephone triage.

1. Clinical

1.1. To provide a holistic, autonomous, and clinical nursing service by attending to referrals and self-referrals of practice patients. Making an assessment of their physical, psychological and social needs, implementing an agreed management plan with patients including appropriate prescribing and referral.

2. Independent/Supplementary Prescribing

2.1. Provide information and advice on prescribed or over-the-counter medications, side effects and interactions.

2.2. Manage medicines including prescribing and administering medication and appliances for patients, as an Independent/Supplementary Prescriber, or within Patient Group Directions.

2.3. To take responsibility, as a designated independent nurse prescriber, to prescribe medicines and appliances/dressings from the relevant national formulary for individual patients receiving care for a condition for which the nurse has clinical responsibility.

2.4. To maintain competency to practice safely as an independent/supplementary prescriber.

2.5. To comply with all legal and NMC requirements of prescribing practice.

3. Research

3.1. To ensure Clinical Nursing activities are evidence based.

3.2. When requested, to undertake an active role in carrying out research studies, independently or in conjunction with other health professionals.

4. Management

4.1. To ensure Nursing activities remain within broad policy, objectives of the organisation and a major role in developing policy objectives.

4.2. To report, document and evaluate the work of the Nurse and to demonstrate its importance both to patients and the Surgery.

4. Professional

4.1. To provide a high standard of Professional conduct and Nursing care at all times in accordance with the NMC.

4.2. To participate in teaching Nurse Learners, medical students and other students as appropriate who visit.

4.3. To attend relevant meetings, courses, seminars and keep professionally up-to-date.

4.4. Any other duties considered relevant to the Post.

Job Types: Full-time, Part-time, Permanent
Part-time hours: 1 per week

Salary: £22.00-£25.00 per hour


  • On-site parking


  • Day shift
  • Monday to Friday

If you are interested in this role, please send an email to for the job description and person specification.