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Be Outstanding at First Community

First Community is rated as Outstanding by CQC. We can only be outstanding if we have outstanding people working for us.

Everyone working for First Community has a vital role in our aim to provide first rate care. Whatever your role - as a nurse, therapist or in a supporting role - we'll invest in you and your career. We'll provide you with opportunities  to learn new skills as well as shape and improve the services we provide. This is important as the community health and care services we provide to people living in east Surrey and West Sussex have a huge impact on the lives they lead.

Alongside career development, we pride ourselves on supporting staff to look after their health and wellbeing. We offer a comprehensive staff health and wellbeing programme for everyone at First Community and flexible working opportunities are available. Learn more by clicking here.

Benefits include a £2,000 welcome benefit for some roles, 5% high cost area supplement in addition to Agenda for Change salaries, NHS pension scheme and competitive annual leave allowances.

Join First Community and do the job you were trained to do.

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Find out about working at First Community

Including staff benefits, why we believe First Community is a great place to work and how our skilled people and their ideas are so important to us


See what vacancies are currently available to come and join our outstanding organisation committed to providing first-rate care.

Hear how our staff have developed their career at First Community

Read case studies from staff about their career development

Temporary workforce team

As well as our permanent team, we also have a professional team of temporary staff - find out more here.

What our staff say about us

Watch videos and read case studies to see what our staff say about working at First Community.

Staff health and wellbeing

First Community provide a staff health and wellbeing programme for all staff with the opportunity to engage in a number of health and wellbeing related activities.