As an equal opportunities employer we are committed to providing equality of employment opportunities for applicants and oppose all forms of discrimination.
The Trust look to reflect the diverse nature of the population we serve through positively encouraging applications for all areas of the community and have a Positive Action Employment Scheme (Joanne this is already on the internet – can you add as a link instead) and are committed to the 'two ticks' disability symbol.
All of our vacancies are advertised on NHS Jobs.
Vacancy advertisements will normally close two weeks after being advertised and will state the date of closing. For our popular vacancies, we operate a variable deadline, where a vacancy will close to new applications when a sufficient number has been received. In these instances, applications are accepted on a first come, first served basis.
The types of jobs that are available can change very quickly. If there is a particular position that you are looking for and it is not being advertised at a particular point in time, we recommend that you continually check NHS Jobs, or sign-up to receive jobs by email via NHS Jobs.
Using NHS Jobs
The vacancies in the Trust are advertised on the NHS Jobs website. This is a national Web Site, advertising jobs from NHS Trusts across the country.
We strongly recommend that anyone interested in our vacancies becomes a registered user of NHS Jobs. To do so, all you will need is an email address that you can access regularly.
As a registered user of NHS Jobs, you can opt to receive email alerts for vacancies of interest by configuring some simple search strings. You will receive an email when a vacancy matching your criteria goes "live". Once registered, you will also be able to complete application forms online, which makes the process for applying very accessible.
A guide to completing your application form can be downloaded here.