Working for us
Careers at Pennine Care NHS Foundation Trust
There are few careers as rewarding as those in the NHS, or that give you the opportunity to work with such a variety of people.
At Pennine Care, we actively recruit people of all ages, backgrounds and levels of experience as this helps us understand the different needs of our patients and provide the best possible service.
Whichever area of the Trust you join, you become part of a talented, passionate team of people, committed to providing the best care and treatment to patients. You will also enjoy one of the most competitive and flexible benefits packages offered by any employer in the UK.
As a Trust we are committed to being a great place to work which means we place a great deal of importance on the experience of our staff. We are committed to:
- Effective recruitment and retention of our staff
- Developing new roles and ways of working to ensure a flexible and innovative approach to staffing
- Equality of opportunity and having a workforce that represents the communities we serve
- Continual training, development and learning for all staff
- Achieving a work-life balance and creating positive staff experiences which support wellbeing
- Offer a great working environment and an attractive range of benefits
The Trust made the list of the top 120 best places to work in 2015, as compiled by HSJ and Nursing Times, in association with NHS Employers. The list is a celebration of NHS organisations that have worked hard to promote great staff engagement and create an environment where people can enjoy their work.
The Trust is accredited with a ‘two ticks’ symbol to ensure that people with disabilities are afforded equal opportunity to enter employment and progress if and where possible.
What our staff say
You can find out more about what it's like working for Pennine Care on a daily basis with our staff profiles below.
A day in the life of....
- A children's community nurse
- A patient experience manager
- A nurse practitioner (community enhanced care)
- A children's asthma nurse
- A volunteer co-ordinator
- An occupational therapist (mental health)
- An assistant mental health practitioner
- A mental health ward sister
- An infection control champion
- An occupational therapist
There are many careers within a large NHS organisation such as Pennine Care. If you're looking for information about a role not mentioned above, take a look at the NHS Health Careers website.
Supporting Britain's Reservists
Pennine Care is proud to have been granted a Silver Award under the government’s Employer Recognition Scheme for support to the Armed Forces community.
The award means the Trust has demonstrated its commitment to military veterans and reservists as well as the spouses, partners and families of serving personnel, and creates a positive working atmosphere for them.
It also recognises the Trust’s commitment to the Armed Forces Covenant which is a promise to all those who serve or have served, and their families to ensure they are not disadvantaged by their service to their country.