Band 7 – Pain Management Nurse – Guernsey

Full Time // GuernseySalary: N/A


Grade: Band 7 £38,055 - £45,355 BAR £46,908 - £50,172 per annum

Full Time  

In partnership with Cpl Healthcare are seeking to appoint a Clinical Nurse Specialist who will provide pain management to people with acute, sub-acute and chronic pain conditions within the Bailiwick of Guernsey.

The CNS Pain Management will have a sound evidence based knowledge, working from a biopsychosocial model. They will work with the multi-disciplinary team to provide holistic, effective and individualised to meet people's needs. This is an exctiting opportunity to work with the Nurse Consultant to develop a community based pain service.


Our client offer a full relocation package which includes interview and relocation travel, this is in addition to a competitive pay, annual bonus and an additional bonus scheme of £3,000, payable after two and four years. 


Furthermore our client offer subsidised accommodation for those travelling to the Island alone and a 8 year licence for those wishing to bring a partner or family.


Terms and conditions apply to all bonuses, relocation package, accommodation, travel and housing licences.



- Registered Nurse Qualification

- Teaching/mentoring Qualification

- Diploma in a related field


- Degree in a related field


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Helen Egan, Cpl Healthcare

Phone: +35391507524 Email:

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