Are you a registered nurse looking for a change of lifestyle?

We are looking for nurses to make the move to island life, and join our community in Alderney.Alderney is one of the five islands that make up the Bailiwick of Guernsey. It offers a relaxed way of life, in a safe environment, where quality time is easy to find and where a beach or stunning cliff top view is at the end of every road and path. Offering a great selection of places to eat, a fascinating history and unique wildlife and birdlife, Alderney is the third largest of the beautiful Channel Islands.
If you are looking to continue your career, but at a gentler pace in a small and welcoming community, moving to Alderney could be just what you’ve been searching for.
With 14 continuing care beds, eight acute care beds, used for medical, post-operative surgical and paediatric care and minor injuries room, The Mignot Memorial Hospital is the only hospital in this close community and provides ‘community style’ care for its residents.
We are looking for band 5 staff nurses to join our team, with post-registration experience. The expectation is that, after training, you could participate in the supervision and professional development of qualified and unqualified nursing staff.
As well as working within the hospital setting you will also work in the community providing nursing assessment and care packages to island residents. You will quickly become integral to the very fabric of the island, looking after those who need it most.
This is an exciting, varied and challenging role, where you will have time to care for your patients. If you have excellent clinical skills, effective leadership and motivational skills and can work both independently and as part of a team we would like to hear from you.
A move to island life means joining groups of lively year-round swimmers and always having a friend to chat with at every cafe, bar or restaurant you walk into.
This is a place where wildlife sightings are jotted on a blackboard outside the Wildlife Trust in the quiet high street each day. Where the closest you’ll get to the tube is hopping aboard a former London Underground train that potters from the harbour to the quarry allowing visitors to take in the views.
Alderney is not just a change of pace, it’s a new way of life. If you are interested, why not find out more? Visit: