Move into a career in health and social care with jobs available in Scarborough – and apply today

Start the New Year with a new job

Your perfect job might be closer than you think.

The jobs being offered by the Trust include benefits such as free parking, shopping discounts from major retailers, bike and car leasing schemes, and a whole lot more.

Staff, patients and their families are central to everything Humber Teaching NHS Foundation Trust does. ‘Caring, learning and growing’ are values held dear and show the importance the Trust places on the wellbeing of their. That could be helping with health, both physical and mental, or spending time working on your career pathway. If you have ambition, they want to help.

And the Trust’s management are not the only ones saying so.

Go to where you will find testaments from NHS staff, discover jobs you can apply for and hear what the Trust is offering.

The many opportunities in health and social care are covered on the site and you are able to get contact details to organise an informal meeting about where you think you may like to work, with someone who has done that job themselves.

In Scarborough, there are vacancies available right now for roles such as: Ward Manager, Team Leader (Community Services), Specialist Nurse, Occupational Therapist, Community Support Practitioner, and many more.

Make a new start with a new career

Steve McGowan, Director of Workforce and Organisational Development at Humber Teaching NHS Foundation Trust, said: “We pride ourselves on jobs that offer the flexibility and opportunities you need to succeed.”

Working with Humber Teaching NHS Foundation Trust means you are valuable member of a team from a wide range of backgrounds, based in an area of Yorkshire which has unrivalled countryside and coastlines as well as big cities, all making for a great lifestyle.

The Care Quality Commission (CQC) rated the Trust as Good for its superb range of services for all ages, including community, mental health, learning disability, healthy lifestyle and addictions services.

Other roles on offer across the Trust include Healthcare Assistants, Nurses, GPs, Social Workers, and a wide range of Mental Health and Allied Health Professionals in both inpatient and community settings, as well as corporate roles such as administrative and clerical jobs.

The Trust’s Bank also allows you to be more flexible in your job choices.

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