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See vacancies for Parish Nurses across the UK. Please contact the relevant employer for more information about individual listings.

There are currently 3 vacancies.

Mental Health Parish Nurse
The Belfry, York

37.5 hours pw.

We are looking for an experienced Registered Mental Health Nurse (RMN) to join our staff team as a Parish Nurse. 

You’ll have the exciting opportunity to set up and lead The Belfrey’s new Parish Nursing service in partnership with PNMUK. This will be to support people with mental health needs within the Belfrey congregations and/or who are accessing our other social action ministries, with one day per week dedicated to working with residents of Restore York, a Christian housing charity. Passionate about mental wellbeing, after attending the PNMUK Preparation for Practice Programme you’ll be offering targeted interventions, activities, support and education to help people improve and maintain their mental health, with an intentional focus on spiritual care.

This is a full time position. We would be happy to consider applications for a part time job share.

For more information and to apply, visit The Belfry's website

Part-Time Parish Nurse
Dorking Christian Centre

£18 per hour plus holidays and expenses.
5 hours per week with flexibility over two days.

The Dorking Christian Centre are looking to employ a NMC Registered Nurse in a part-time position to lead their new Parish Nursing Service. This creative and compassionate service is provided in partnership with Parish Nursing Ministries UK and aims to support local people in the physical and mental health challenges they face and improve wellbeing within the Dorking area.


The Dorking Christian Centre is a very busy Methodist run community facility proving a home to a Warm Space, a Foodbank, a Community Wardrobe and a Community Fridge. It hosts many counselling and addiction services and offers a café and various daily activities to address social isolation, to help those with dementia and to improve mental health.


The Parish Nurse’s role will be:

- Guide and journey alongside those facing chronic health conditions

- Provide aid to those facing the final stages of life, to their families and caregivers as well as offer bereavement support

- Build positive relationships with local health and social care providers

- Offer an advocacy role that supports people in their access to health services

- Consider gaps within the Centre’s provision and potentially offer new opportunities to improve wellbeing

- Provide spiritual care, as appropriate


Current registration with the Nursing Midwifery Council is essential and support for revalidation is provided. The person will be required to undertake formal role preparation and to offer spiritual care and prayer where appropriate (it is therefore a Genuine Occupational Requirement for the applicant to be a Christian and it will be necessary to provide a reference from their Church leader).


To talk about the post and/or receive an application pack please contact Rev David Pitkeathly


Closing Date: 27th June 2024


Please note that it would be possible to conduct this role on a voluntary basis with necessary expenses being paid.

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