Surrey and Borders Partnership NHS Foundation Trust would like to invite you to a Recruitment Open Day on Saturday, 26 March 2022, at our Farnham Road Hospital in Guildford.
They are looking for talented and highly motivated professionals to work in the Working Age Adult Division, being a dynamic and innovative Trust with a diverse workforce that is passionate about nursing talent, developing careers and support staff wellbeing.
Surrey and Borders Partnership NHS Foundation Trust are rated GOOD by the CQC and are proud to provide high quality care for people using their mental health, learning disability and drug and alcohol services.
To find out more about the posts they have available, the excellent training and development opportunities provided and how they will support you, come to the event.
Offering interview opportunities on the day!
Recruiting the following registered and soon to be registered professionals:
• Mental Health Nurses
• Occupational therapists
• Social Workers
• Also keen to hear from anyone with a professional background/experience of working in mental health, who is looking to return to work in the NHS following a gap in service
About the Trust
Surrey and Borders Partnership NHS Foundation Trust is the leading provider of mental health and learning disability services for people of all ages in Surrey and North-East Hampshire, delivering high-quality care across 140 services and employ over 2,500 staff, serving a population of 1.3 million. Their services are provided in a range of community settings, hospitals, and residential homes.
The Trust is based in a beautiful and vibrant part of England, offering excellent schools, music and food venues and family friendly communities and activities. The Surrey Hills Area of Outstanding Natural Beauty is on our doorstep and ideal for walking and cycling while London is still less than an hour away!
The Trust value equality and inclusion, and believe that staff should reflect the diversity of the populations we serve. They have a BME Network, an LGBT+ Network and a Disability and Wellness Network. They have an active reverse mentoring scheme – a space where senior staff are mentored by one of the BAME staff members – to explore areas of good practice and generate ideas and priorities for improving the inclusive culture within the Trust.
The Working Age Adult Division includes ten community mental health recovery teams, in-patient wards on two hospital sites in Guildford and Chertsey and primary care mental health services.
The Trust are one of only twelve early implementer sites across the UK that is introducing new models of innovative community mental health care that will significantly improve access to timely, evidence-based, and best practice mental health interventions for people closer to home.
They will begin work on their second new hospital this year, in Chertsey, as part of their New Hospitals Programme delivering care in state-of-the-art purpose-built facilities. Farnham Road in Hospital was the first hospital to be redeveloped and they will be building a third hospital in East Surrey.
The Trust pride themselves on providing high quality care and treatment to people who are experiencing mental health difficulties and offering support to carers. They understand that positive mental health is a product of people reaching their potential across broad areas of their lives, from work and education to relationships and physical well-being. Working in close partnership with local GP’s, Social Care, voluntary sector organisations, community groups and other health care providers they aim to ensure they meet the needs of the diverse communities by providing individualised, person-centred care.
The well-being of staff is as important to The Trust as the care they provide to the people who use their services. They have a well-established ‘Here for You’ service that provides a range of help to support the wellbeing of staff, including a range of therapies and also offer free physical health checks. They provide flexible/agile working to help meet work/life balance.
They take a compassionate and collaborative approach to leadership in Surrey and Borders Partnership Trust and ensure staff at all levels are encouraged to contribute ideas to support the development and delivery of their services.
About the roles on offer
They are looking for clinicians who are creative, highly motivated, show initiative and are passionate and committed to ensuring high quality services for people with mental health difficulties. They have a variety of roles across Surrey and North East Hampshire in their community and in-patient services. They are happy to discuss how they can best match your skills, experience, and specific interests to the appropriate service and how they can help to develop your career.
As a member of one of their teams, you will be providing evidence-based and best practice interventions and support to people from a broad range of backgrounds and with a wide range of difficulties; you will ensure that people using services and their families are at the centre of decision-making to promote person centred care and meaningful outcomes.
They provide excellent opportunities for training and professional development both within the Trust, and through links with Health Education England and local universities.
• NHS Agenda for Change pay scale band 5 – 8 £26,937- £55,064 including 5% fringe
• Excellent career development and learning opportunities
• A 10% recruitment and retention premia for nurses working in acute pathway
• Relocation allowance: up to £8,000*subject to policy requirements
• Certificate of Sponsorship for international candidates: up to £3,199
• NHS Pension: employer’s contribution14.38%from day one
• Subsidised nursery places
• Car Scheme: tax saving up to £6,000
• Discounted Nuffield Gym Membership
• Generous annual leave and sick pay
• NHS discount with some retailers via blue light card
• Flexible/Agile Working to help meet work/life balance
Other benefits include:
• Salary sacrifice schemes to purchase a bicycle or brand new car
• Employee Assistance Programme
Find out more about existing roles available at Surrey and Borders Partnership.
To request a job description please email Employment.Services@sabp.nhs.uk or you can apply through NHS Jobs.