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People for Patients - Come and join our nursing team
As a large employer we are regularly recruiting for a number of nursing roles, our nurse’s make a unique contribution to enhance the lives of patients. In return they are valued and developed to achieve their full potential at York Teaching Hospital NHS Foundation Trust. Our nursing posts are advertised by role, not by specific area of work. If you are invited to an interview you will have the opportunity to discuss areas you are particularly interested in. We then work with you to match your preferences to our vacancies across all sites.
What we can offer you as a nurse joining our Trust
- Nurses who have completed their qualification and are awaiting NMC registration will be paid at AfC Band 4 (previously Band 2)
- £750 relocation fee where a nurse is moving 20 miles from an address that was 50 miles from their new work base;
- £250 payment* to any staff member for referrals which lead to appointment (paid after the new starter completes 3-months in post)
- As an organisation we understand that we need to support you in your first nursing role and help you transition from a pre-registered nurse to a staff nurse. We support our new starters by offering a preceptorship which will help you transition into your new role seamlessly. Graduating nurses joining our Trust receive an exceptional 12 month preceptorship programme, supported by a dedicated preceptor to help them attain the competencies in their chosen clinical area. To enable this, we offer 12 study days through the year, as well as regular access to our senior nursing team. We are fully committed to supporting your transition from a student to a registered nurse during your first 12 months of qualifying.
We also offer a wide range of benefits which you can view by visiting the Trust's dedicated Staff Benefits pages.
For further information about Nursing at York Teaching Hospital NHS Foundation Trust please read our Caring with Pride booklet.
Why York Teaching Hospital NHS Foundation Trust?
At York Teaching Hospital NHS Foundation Trust, we provide a comprehensive range of acute hospital and specialist healthcare services for approximately 530,000 people living in and around York, North Yorkshire, North East Yorkshire and Ryedale - an area covering 3,400 square miles.
One of the great benefits of coming to work for our Trust is the opportunity to live in York, North Yorkshire or the North East Yorkshire Coast. Did you know? Months after being named as the best place to live in the UK by the Sunday Times, a new poll completed in August 2018 has revealed York is the country's favourite city.
York is internationally renowned for its beauty and heritage. Its city centre, made famous by the iconic Minster and Shambles, is a bustling and vibrant hub for a range of activities. Scarborough is a vibrant seaside resort on the East Coast of Yorkshire set in beautiful countryside. The local industries include agriculture, fishing and tourism. Scarborough is one of the top ten tourist destinations in England, attracting more than one million visitors during the summer months.
Applying for a role at the Trust
For further support with completing an application please visit our information for applicants page.