When you join our Trust you’ll become part of our 3,600-strong community. Together we have a wide range of specialities and expertise but we’re connected to our commitment to one thing - delivering outstanding care. We need people like you to help us change lives.
You’ll find a role that offers you the flexibility, opportunities and development you need and the support for you personally and professionally to build a career that works for you.
You’ll join a Trust that is going places. We are the 2019 Health Services Journal Mental Health Provider of the Year and rated ‘Good’ by CQC.
We know that where you live is as important as where you’ll work. Wherever you’re working in our Trust you’ll discover a place where you can choose the lifestyle you want to lead – country, city, seaside, suburbs - we’ve got it all on our doorstep.
Our Workforce and Development Team are committed to supporting your career development and offering learning and development opportunities. Our PROUD Leadership Development Programme ensures our managers are equipped with the skills to lead with excellence. Created together and built on our organisational values, each module is designed to explore how we can be our best more of the time and bring out the best in others. The team also offer access to coaching and mentoring, run our regular leadership forums.
We recognise that the transition from been a student to a qualified member of staff can be challenging. Our Preceptorship Academy Programme is here to support staff to develop their skills and knowledge base and develop confidence as an autonomous practitioner in a safe and supportive environment.
The Preceptorship Academy combines additional training, encour-ged reflection, peer support and an opportunity to gain valuable experience within the workplace. For those whom start within the mental health inpatient services we also have an ‘Inpatient New Starter Group’ which meets monthly to share best practice and enhanced evidence-based learning.
Our career clinics offer our nurses one-to-one support to help you formulate an action plan and support your future career goals. Our Professional Strategy supports our staff to understand the training and development required for progression and opportunities to follow different routes through professional leadership, expert practice and academia.
Your Health and Wellbeing
We are dedicated to supporting our staff physical and mental health. We work closely with staff to understand how we can support you to maintain a work life balance and a health lifestyle.
It’s important to share our successes and celebrate together. Alongside our employee of the month programme staff also send one another ‘Virtual Bouquets’ to say thank you for help, support and a job well done. We celebrate long service at our monthly staff awards and once a year we get together for our glittering annual staff awards to recognise and reward excellence and achievement.
Supporting Your Family
We know that flexibility and work life balance are important. Our schemes including enhanced Paternity Leave, Maternity Leave, Adoption Leave and flexible working hours and contracts ensure that you can find a role that works for you and your family.
We offer a wide range of staff benefit such as the opportunity to buy and sell leave, free on-site parking at most of our sites, cycle to work and care leasing schemes.
Working for the NHS offers access to a wide range of national discount schemes which offer money off everything from holidays to your food shop. Find out more about our benefits here.
Find a new role today
Current vacancies – you can view all of our current job openings on our recruitment website: join.humber.nhs.uk.
Bank vacancies – please see our Flexible Workforce Team page for more information.
Apprenticeships – find our more about Apprenticeships here.
Disability Confident (Guaranteed Interview) Scheme
We are a Disability Confident employer and operate a guaranteed interview scheme if an applicant has a disability covered by the definition outlined within the Equality Act 2010 and can show that they meet the ‘essential criteria’ described in the person specification for the role being applied for, they are guaranteed a priority interview for the job for which they are applying, through our Disability Confident scheme.
Under the Equality Act 2010, a disabled person is someone who has – or has had in the past – a physical or mental impairment which has a substantial and long-term adverse effect on that person’s ability to carry out normal day-to-day activities.
As an equal opportunities and disability confident employer, we actively encourage applications from people who consider themselves to have a disability falling within that broad definition.
Guaranteed Interview Scheme for Armed Forces Veterans
As an organisation we are signed up to the NHS Employers Step into Health programme, this connects skilled candidates from across the Armed Forces community with employers and new opportunities in the NHS. As part of our work with Step into Health we offer a guaranteed interview scheme for veterans. Many people leaving the armed forces find it difficult to transition to civilian life, especially finding secure and lasting employment. The guaranteed interview scheme for veterans means they will get a chance to demonstrate their strengths beyond the initial application stage.
The guaranteed interview scheme aims to:
- Help veterans overcome barriers to finding civilian employment
- Reduce the risk of health and welfare problems as a result of long-term unemployment
- Redress the balance for veterans’ re-employment prospects by giving them the chance to improve their transition back into civilian life
- Complement the re-employment support provided to veterans by the Ministry of Defence
- Help the council benefit from the transferrable skills and qualities of veterans
Both schemes will not be guarantee jobs. That will still go to the best candidate based on objective criteria in the job specification. The guaranteed interview schemes for any veteran or disabled candidates whose application meets the minimum criteria for the post.
Trac will highlight candidates who have declared a disability or armed forces veteran when the lead shortlister finalises the shortlisting to make sure those that meet the ‘essential criteria’ described in the person specification are invited to interview.
The recruiting/line manager is responsible for ensuring all reasonable adjustments are made to ensure they can attend for interview. Further advice can be sought from the recruitment team.