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Emploi The British School of Paris : Infirmier (e) diplômé (e) d'Etat (ide) h/f en CDI, CDD

Infirmier(e) IDE
Temps plein et temps partiel
Yvelines / Île-de-France

Publié par Mme. Clara Critchlow - The British School of Paris le 05/02/2024

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Infirmier (e) diplômé (e) d'Etat (ide) h/f

The BSP is committed to safeguarding and promoting the welfare of all our children. All members of staff are trained in child protection. We ensure successful candidates are police checked on appointment and that all staff will report concerns through our child protection policy. Headmaster: Mr Nicholas Hammond is seeking to appoint for the Senior School a well- qualified School Nurse to start in September 2022. Full-time and permanent post. BSP term-time only plus staff training days The British School of Paris is a non-selective co-educational school which provides British education of a high quality to an international student clientele. We are looking for Registered General Nurse or Infirmièr(e) diplômé(e) d'état who enjoys working with young people. Based at the Senior School site in Croissy sur Seine you will be responsible for providing first aid and medical care to senior school students and should expect to contribute fully to the wider life of the school. Fluent English is essential along with a good working knowledge of French (for liaison with emergency services and health professionals). All applicants must hold a valid EU passport or have already obtained a full French work permit. We are committed to safeguarding and promoting the welfare of children - successful applicants will be subject to all relevant police checks, including an Enhanced DBS check or ICPC. Please consult our website for full details. To apply, please send us your completed application form, CV and covering letter by email to: [email protected]. The British School of Paris is committed to creating an environment which reflects our diverse pupil population. Its policy is to ensure that no job applicant or employee receives less favourable treatment because of race, colour or nationality, gender, sexual orientation, marital status, age, religion or disability, or is disadvantaged by conditions or requirements which cannot be shown to be justifiable.  Selection criteria and procedures are frequently reviewed to ensure that individuals are selected based on their individual and relevant merits and abilities.  All employees are given equal opportunities and, where appropriate, special training to progress within the School.