New colleagues can look forward to a warm welcome here at Tameside & Glossop Integrated Care NHS Foundation Trust. Following our recent staff survey, our staff have confirmed that they look forward to going to work and they are enthusiastic about their jobs.
We scored higher than the average on these questions and are proud that our staff are happy to be part of #TeamTameside
We are an Acute and Community Trust based between the Pennines and Manchester City Centre. We employ almost 4,000 staff across Tameside & Glossop. We offer a competitive benefits package with regular pay awards, annual leave of 27 days increasing to 33 days after 10 years and access to a competitive Pension Scheme to which both you and the Trust contribute.
Alongside this there are extensive training development opportunities with paid mandatory training, a protected training budget for staff and support for flexible working. We have an on-site Occupational Health Service to support you at work and have fast track access to physio, counselling and complimentary therapies.
Staff Nurse - Recruitment Open Event
When: Saturday 25th January 2020 - 9:30am till 14:30pm
Where: Werneth House, Tameside Hospital, Fountain Street, Ashton-Under-Lyne, OL6 9RW
Why? Because everyone matters at Tameside & Glossop Integrated Care NHS Foundation Trust!
Tameside & Glossop Integrated Care NHS Foundation Trust is looking to recruit to Band 5 nursing positions within Adult Nursing across various specialist wards within our medical, surgical, community and urgent care services.
Here at Tameside and Glossop ICFT we believe ‘Everyone Matters’ and we have recently been rated GOOD and OUTSTANDING by the CQC and have ambitions to become an ‘Outstanding’ organisation.
Our goal is to nurture and develop our workforce and we can offer you a wide range of development opportunities and support, including a comprehensive Preceptorship package for newly qualified nurses and nurses returning to the register and local specialised training.
You will need to demonstrate you have a keen interest in making a difference in the delivery of care for people with health needs, be passionate and enthusiastic about patient care; putting patients at the heart of everything you do and demonstrating the Trust’s Values and Behaviours.
You will be required to liaise with a wide range of healthcare professionals as well as patients, carers and the public. As such, you will need excellent communication and interpersonal skills.
Posts available include flexibility for full time, part time, nights and weekend work to suit your needs
Why not attend our Open Event; you can complete an application form online or at the event which could lead to an interview on the day for a position within our nursing team and help us to really make a difference to the patients we care for.
We believe there are many benefits to joining our team:
- We will pay your NMC fees for the first year if you are newly qualified Nurse.
- You will be provided a period of supernumerary status; the length of which will be discussed with you based on your experience to date.
- We offer 18 month bespoke rotational programmes for nurses.
- We will make a commitment to you having a personal induction.
- Newly qualified nurses and midwives will receive a period of preceptorship; the length of which will be personalised to your professional requirements.
- You will receive an annual appraisal.
- You will get the chance to meet members of the Executive team and Trust Board when they undertake First Friday visits to clinical areas and other assurance visits.
- You will have the chance to be nominated for a Hero award and our Everyone Matters Awards.
- You will work as part of a friendly organisation where ‘Everyone Matters’.
If you are an experienced Registered Nurse looking for new direction, newly Registered Nurse seeking career development or a Student Nurse due to register in the next 12 months we would love to talk to you.
You must have appropriate UK professional registration.
This post is subject to the Rehabilitation of Offenders Act (Exceptions Order) 1975 and it will be necessary for a submission for Disclosure to be made to the Disclosure and Barring Service.
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Further details / informal visits contact
Annmarie Thompson, Lead Nurse for Preceptorship
0161 922 5537