Join our award winning Bedfordshire and Luton Children’s teams

“In the community we are much more independent than in the hospital. You have your own caseload and you are very much in control of it – that makes a difference” – Jenny

“There are so many diverse opportunities for training and career development and so much support” – Temi.

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Our first class teams are changing the face of health care in the diverse communities of Luton and Bedfordshire, leading exciting, progressive developments and improving the quality of life for our patients.

Whether you're looking for your first nursing role or are considering specialising, we'll support you every step of the way. There are plenty of opportunities to work off your own initiative, develop through additional learning and no two days in community are the same. Did we mention the excellent benefits including a great pension, generous annual leave, flexible working, childcare vouchers and expenses?


The link will take to you to all of the roles on offer at our Trust, which covers 4 counties, as there is no way to select a locality easily within this page. However, the location will be clearly visible in the bold heading under the job title.

We look forward to hearing from you.

Let our staff tell you more:

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michelle Michelle - Health Visitor

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Join us and make a real difference in Luton!

Jacqui WynnYou can find out more from Jacqui Wynn, our Head of Children’s Services in Luton and Beds, on the exciting development opportunities we have in the Trust by clicking on her image.

Interested in a career as a dietician - check our this video promoting the role of working in Dietetics.

Living outside the area? Then here’s 10 good reasons to love Luton and Bedfordshire

  1. Luton and Bedford are vibrant, multi-cultural towns sitting close to old-fashioned English villages.
  2. Many famous names come from Bedford: comedian Ronnie Barker, TV personality Carole Vordermann, John Bunyan, Puritan preacher and author of The Pilgrim’s Progress, Laura Wade, playwright, Eddie “The Eagle” Edwards, Olympic ski jumper and Tim Foster, Olympic Gold Medal rower to name but a few.
  3. Bedfordshire has some outstanding woodland including Maulden Wood and King’s Wood, extensive parkland at Woburn Abbey and Wrest Park.
  4. Sample the Bedfordshire clanger – a suet pastry with meat at one end and jam at the other. This snack lunch or dinner for farm labourers in the 19th century. 
  5. Bedfordshire is a county of steep, forested ridges, rolling hills and sudden valleys and some of the finest parkland in England.
  6. Travel is easy from Bedfordshire with excellent train links into London and an international airport at Luton.
  7. Blockbuster movies have been shot in Bedfordshire including Eyes Wide Shut with Nicole Kidman, Blinded by the Light, Four Weddings and a Funeral, the Bond movie, Never Say Never Again and War Horse.
  8. From historic pubs to modern bars and all-singing, all-dancing clubs, Bedford has a lively nightlife scene
  9. Bedfordshire boasts large shopping malls, local market towns, fresh farmers’ markets, small independent shops or high street retailers.
  10. There are many arts galleries and exhibitions across the region to the heritage attractions celebrating the county’s involvement in the world wars and the range of events and workshops that can be found in all the towns and villages.

If you would like to experience the reward that comes with helping children and their families in their own homes then we would love to meet you!

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