Health and social care jobs in North and East Yorkshire
Your perfect job might be closer than you think.
Are you looking for a job that makes you excited to get out of bed every day? Where you thrive professionally and have great opportunities to develop your skills? And where your colleagues truly care about you and support your ambitions? Then look no further…
Humber Teaching NHS Foundation Trust put their staff, patients and their families at the heart of all that they do.
But you don’t have to take their word for it.
Explore the Trust’s ‘Humbelievable’ website, which showcases testimonials from members of staff, current vacancies, career booklets and contact details for personnel who you can speak to directly about your area of interest.
Teams across the region are open and willing to have a chat with you about your career aspirations, so that you can feel confident that you’re making the right decision for you.
Take the next step in your career to experience the fulfilment that comes with working somewhere that not only meets your needs professionally, but also personally.
Jobs you can apply for today in North and East Yorkshire include Ward and Community Nurses, General Practitioners, Consultant Psychiatrists, Speech and Language Therapists, Wellbeing Practitioners, Admin and Clerical, Apprenticeships, and much, much more.
To see all current vacancies, go to: https://join.humber.nhs.uk/jobs.
Steve McGowan, Director of Workforce and Organisational Development at Humber Teaching NHS Foundation Trust, said:
“We believe that if you’re looking for a new opportunity, at our Trust you’ll find a role that is right for you. We pride ourselves on jobs that offer the flexibility, opportunities and development you need to succeed. We are committed to supporting staff personally and professionally to build a career that works for you.”
Joining Humber Teaching NHS Foundation Trust, you would be part of the diverse 2800 strong team, based across a patch of Yorkshire that boasts a favourable mix of big cities, rolling countryside, and picturesque coastline with a whole range of hot spots to explore in between.
Rated as Good by the Care Quality Commission (CQC), the Trust offers a wide range of services for people of all ages, including community, mental health, learning disability, healthy lifestyle and addictions services.
Other roles on offer across the Trust include those in medical, primary care, and social work, and a wide range of mental health and allied health professionals in both inpatient and community settings, as well as corporate roles such as administrative and clerical jobs.
Michele Moran, Chief Executive of the Trust, said:
“Across our wide range of specialities and expertise we are connected through our commitment to one thing – delivering outstanding care. We need people like you to help us continue to change lives.”
Find out more about the Trust and their opportunities, here: https://join.humber.nhs.uk.