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One Stop Shop Recruitment Day
For Band 5 Nurses and Band 3 Senior Healthcare Assistants

12 February 2016
Clacton on Sea

Looking for a career, not just a job? Would you like to become part of our team or learn more about our Trust?

We want to succeed and are a highly ambitious Trust, very much dedicated to providing mental health, substance misuse and other specialist services across a large part of Essex.

Join us on Friday 12 February 2016 between 10am and 4pm at the Community Information Centre in Rosemary Road, Clacton-on-Sea, CO15 1NZ.

You can take part in a formal interview and get help with all of the relevant paperwork for either a bank or a substantive post in the Clacton, Harwich and Frinton areas.

Successful candidates must have excellent communication skills and demonstrate the Trust’s values of striving for excellence, keeping it simple, creative collaboration, commercial head community heart, humanity and our cause our passion.

In return for your commitment we will offer:
Access to excellent training and career development opportunities
Excellent terms and conditions including the NHS Pension Scheme
At least 27 days holiday
Access to other benefits including childcare vouchers and our Employee Assistance Programme

If you wish to attend and go through our assessment/selection process on the day you can either apply through NHS Jobs by clicking on the relevant job roles below or bring a completed application form with your documents or complete an application form on the day.

NHS Jobs

Band Five Nurse

Band 3 Senior Healthcare Assistant

Application Form

Important documents to bring on the day

For an informal chat, please call Jackie Devisse, Assistant HR Officer, on 01206 228632. Alternatively, you can send Jackie an email at Jackie.devisse@nhs.net

  • We believe working with us should benefit you professionally and personally. Whether you are just starting out on your career or already have experience we can offer you a position where your strengths, enthusiasm and skills will be rewarded and appreciated in many different ways. We recognise that there’s life outside work and that a good balance between work and other commitments and interests makes for a more motivated, engaged and effective workforce.
  • 'We will value everyone individually, promote well-being, support involvement and encourage personal development and leadership'. The Trust put in place its new People Strategy in 2015. It has six key strands. Strand One - Living our values. Strand Two - Providing high quality safe services. Strand Three - Creating a flexible and responsive workforce for the future. Strand Four - Develop our future leaders. Strand Five - Build a highly skilled and competent workforce. Strand Six - Nurturing an engaged and healthy workforce.
  • The Trust believes that our staff are our most valuable asset: we invest in our staff by providing outstanding training and education as we believe that a highly skilled workforce is essential to delivering first class care. As a University Trust we pride ourselves on having excellent links with local education providers and this ensures we can offer a wide range of learning opportunities. The Trust has also been accredited by the University of Bournemouth as a "Practice Development Unit".
  • Juggling the demands of life is far from easy. That’s why we have a round-the-clock information and counselling support service to help you and your family members balance the demands of home with life at work. We have an Employee Assistance Programme which offers confidential and free helpline for staff and families where you can get expert advice on a range of emotional, legal and financical matters 24 hours a day, 365 days a year.
  • We like to think of ourselves as a team. A team of more than 2000 people working together, developing together with our common goal of making people better. Some of our longest serving members of staff have worked for the Trust for more than 40 years. What kept them here for so long? Find out what they have to say about working here at NEP. You can read about our staff surveys in our Annual Reports.
  • Our bank (NETSS) provides comprehensive staffing solutions, in response to the Trust’s needs. Roles available include qualified clinical roles in nursing and allied health professions, clinical support workers, administration and specialist support. In joining NETSS, a bank worker can work flexibly to suit their personal requirements. Working through NETSS doesn’t have to be your primary source of employment and many of our permanent staff work additional shifts via the temporary staffing.