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Nursing careers

As a nursing and midwifery council (NMC) registered nurse at the Trust, you will find that no two days are exactly the same – it’s one of the most dynamic and rewarding roles within the NHS. With ongoing training and the support of your team, you’ll find opportunities to develop your skills as well as your career.

What’s unique about nursing at the Trust?

As one of the largest specialist mental health, learning disability and community Trusts our nursing teams benefit from a supportive working environment where every aspect of your day will be fulfilling.

As a mental health nurse (RMN) (inpatient and community), your role is to promote and support a person’s recovery, helping them live independent and fulfilling lives - this could be within adult services (rehab, older peoples or acute services) or child and adolescent mental health services (CAMHS).

Learning disability nurses (RNLD) work to provide specialist healthcare and support to people with a learning disability, as well as their families and staff teams.

Working as a nurse within forensic services (RMN), including Youth Offending Institutions (YOIs, you will need expertise in managing acutely ill patients, both mental and physical, as well as an awareness of therapeutic interventions to address distress and support lifestyle changes. We have both medium and low secure inpatient services with specialist learning disability and female wards.

As a general nurse working within our community services (RGN), you'll look after adults of all ages who suffer from either long or short term physical health conditions, assessing their needs and planning their care as you nurse them back to health.

If you're a nurse thinking of joining us from out of the area we will pay up to £8000 of your relocation expenses. We also pay for DBS checks and annual subscriptions to the DBS Update Service.

You also have the opportunity to change specialism through our internal transfer scheme when working within our inpatient services.

If you are interested in a career in nursing with the Trust, please join our talent register to keep up to date with any opportunities we have.

We invest in our staff and support people to reach their full potential

Noma - Ward Manager
Typical roles within nursing
Non registered (nursing support) (bands 2 - 4)

Apprentice health care support worker

Health care support worker

Senior health care support worker

Associate practitioner

NMC registered clinicians (bands 4 - 8+)

Nursing associate

Staff nurse

Community nurse

Mental health practitioner

Clinical nurse specialist

Nurse consultant

Management roles (band 6+)

Team leader / charge nurse

Deputy ward manager

Ward manager

General manager

Assistant director of nursing

Associate director of nursing

Our promise to you

Our recruitment is person-centred. We're committed to keeping you informed at all stages and supporting you along the way.

You'll receive a first rate induction and access to a range of development programmes.

You’ll have access to our generous pension scheme, health service discounts and 27 days of annual leave plus bank holidays, which increases the longer you’re in service.

If you need a DBS check, we will pay for it, as well as your annual subscription fee for the DBS update service.

We are proud of our nursing workforce.  We invest in our nursing workforce to ensure there are opportunities to further their nursing career.

Our values underpin everything we do. If you believe your values align with ours, get in touch by joining our talent register to start your journey with us today.

We focus on you. Your talent, your journey, your potential, your development, your well being. We support you every step of the way.

Being able to make a difference to someone's life is the most rewarding job to have and the support from your team makes you valued.

Rianna, student nurse

Further information
What do NHS nurses do?
What qualifications do I need?
What is the pay for a newly qualied nurse?
What if I'm a nurse that trained outside the European Union?
Do you have any current vacancies?