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At WVT our success is measured by the quality of the patient experience. When you join our team, you'll play a vital role in moving our organisation forward and maintaining our reputation for excellence in patient care.
What we offer
WVT offers a range of specialities and job roles, which means that you can spend your entire career here. Working in a lively and vibrant environment with new facilities and state-of-the-art medical technology, you can be confident you can develop your skills.
Delivering top-quality services depends on our ability to recruit and keep good staff. A vital part of this is that we support your career progression. We continually invest in learning and development opportunities that are tailored to individuals' needs.
Through our education and development centre, which is the UK's most advanced medical training and clinical teaching facility, we provide our staff at every level with the opportunity to learn and enhance their knowledge and skills.
We strive to create a healthy working environment, where teamwork is valued. Staff are encouraged to give and receive feedback, and to listen to and respect each other. However we know that life isn't all about work so we offer other benefits to help you maintain a work-life balance.
Please use the following link to access our full list of current vacancies.
Want to make a difference?
We have a number of exciting opportunities for experienced and newly qualified nurses, in our medical and surgical inpatient wards, Theatres and our District Nursing teams.
Career development opportunities available to become qualified Health Care Support Workers
Wye Valley NHS Trust is launching further full time apprenticeships for people interested in a career in healthcare in Herefordshire, which provide opportunities to train as a healthcare support worker.
Successful applicants will begin their role as a healthcare assistant while undertaking Level 2 health and social care training. Once qualified there are further training opportunities available to Level 3 in health and social care moving on to Training Nurse Associate and Registered Nurse Degree. These provide a great stepping stone into a Nursing career.
The full time paid apprenticeships are available to applicants with or without previous health care experience, who would like a career in health care and are based in hospitals across the county.
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Applicants will be fully supported with their learning and will join a friendly team. An excellent career pathway with support and development to learn will be provided. Benefits of this training opportunity include earning a full time wage whilst gaining a qualification, and starting an amazing journey within the NHS at Wye Valley NHS Trust.
Opportunities are also available to applicants with experience in Health Care for vacancies across the Hospital.
Wye Valley NHS Trust is looking for high quality, committed registered Nurses and Health Care Assistants to join our Nurse Bank.
If you are looking for flexible work to fit around your commitments our Nurse Bank could be just what you are looking for. We can offer regular work or occasional shifts to fit around your lifestyle.
Whatever your availability we value your skills and experience and can provide you with a fantastic opportunity to work with us in a way that suits your lifestyle.
With more than 100 staff to support the effective running of our theatres, we are always looking for new staff to join our teams.
We have a variety of jobs for trained theatre staff and experienced nurses including scrub nurses, support workers, theatre and recovery nurses, team leader and senior nurse posts.
We combine the opportunity to work with state-of-the-art equipment within a highly trained multi-disciplinary team, whilst enjoying the unique benefits of big city living with a country lifestyle in herefordshire and the surrounding areas.
Join us and we'll provide a supportive working environment, delivering high quality peri and post-operative care in a diverse and interesting theatre, and continuous professional development, including a varied caseload which will broaden your skills and experience. to find out more call 01432 355444, ask for the theatre office, or email Ruth.email@example.com