Why work for us
There are real benefits to joining our team
Our vision is to provide outstanding care for our local community, and to do this we know we need happy and motivated staff. We are pleased that our teams are amongst the 20% most motivated in the country.
In joining our Trust you’ll be joining a passionate team who strive to do their best for our patients every single day.
In return we respect the diversity of everyone who works for us, provide a package of family friendly initiatives and benefits to attract the best people and to retain the great people we have already working here.
So, whether you’re a gym bunny, love the arts and culture, or have to have the latest gadgets, we’ve got something for everyone.
- are big on encouraging our people to be advocates of healthy living, as part of the NHS family
- offer an extensive wellbeing programme, rapid access to physiotherapy and other services
- provide many fitness initiatives in-house and there are several gyms and facilities locally.
Working for us, you’ll also have access to all the benefits provided by the NHS, including a generous pension scheme, and annual leave allowance.
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Janet has been a nurse for over 40 years since developing a love of first aid when she was a little girl. She’s been at our Trust for more than 30 years. Her favourite thing about being a nur...Go to the full story
Thirteen friends who all began their nursing training together in 1969 at the former Oldchurch Hospital in Romford were reunited today (Friday 8 February). ...Go to the full story
Olivia Sanders is our lead interventional radiographer, whose impulsive nature has led her down some interesting paths – from deciding on a whim to be a radiographer (after she had an x-ray aged...Go to the full story
Our nurses recruitment day held on Saturday 2 February was a huge success. Over 150 people attended the open day, 119 of whom were offered jobs following an interv...Go to the full story
For our next instalment of our series In Conversation With… we spoke to Veer Gupta, Senior House Officer in our Paediatics and Neonatology department. ...Go to the full story