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Tuesday, 28 January 2020

We are recruiting

We are recruiting

We have many excellent opportunities for clinical and corporate staff including nurses, social workers and occupational therapists at our Trust, both in our inpatient wards and in our community teams. We are looking for committed and ambitious people to join a community that cares and in return, we will look after you throughout your career with us. This is a very exciting time to join the Trust. We have invested over £180million in building state-of-the-art mental health hospitals which will be amongst the very best in the world. This development marks a once-in-a-generation opportunity to transform the way we deliver mental health services for 1.1m south west Londoners.

When you join us, you will be given a great opportunity to grow your career around a development pathway that is unique to you which includes training, clinical practice and personal development. By coming to work with us, you’ll be at the heart of an organisation with a rich history, well-established community links and an international reputation. With more than 100 teams across the Trust, you will have the opportunity to work with highly motivated and dedicated professionals, including doctors, nurses, psychiatrists, occupational therapists, psychotherapists and corporate roles; so your work will have a real impact. You will be part of something special - an innovative and rapidly growing organisation that is helping to challenge stigma and redefine the mental health landscape in the UK.

You can read more about what it is like to be working at the Trust in the recent Guardian article.

We are also committed to providing high quality integrated health and social care for local people with mental health problems in South West London and more specialist mental health services for people throughout the UK. We serve our diverse communities’ mental health needs by working in partnership with colleagues in primary care, local authorities, commissioning, and the third sector, to promote mental health and improve awareness of its importance, support people with mental health problems and their families, provide care and treatment to the highest standards and help schools and employers to challenge stigma.

Come and be part of our success story and help make a real difference to our patients’ lives. We look forward to welcoming you as a colleague in the future.

Please visit our website where you can find the latest vacancies and all the information you will need to help you apply for jobs.