Nursing and Midwifery opportunities
Worcestershire Acute Hospitals NHS Trust provides a range of services over three hospitals sites, the Alexandra, Kidderminster and Worcestershire Royal Hospital.
Our mission is to work together with our partners in health and social care to provide safe, effective, personalised and integrated care for local people, delivered consistently across all services by skilled and compassionate staff. Our vision can be summarised as ‘patients at the centre of all we do’ and our PRIDE values (Patients, Respect, Improve and Innovate, Dependable and Empower) are central to all we do.
We’re committed to delivering a nursing and midwifery service that delivers the best patient care. There for our patients, families and services users, the public and each other, we promise to communicate effectively by listening to and responding to comments and concerns. We recognise that our excellent nursing staff are key in enabling and providing compassionate, patient centred care and we need you join our team.
We show we care for our staff through our support, development and progression opportunities.
- Induction with a supernumerary period
- An assigned mentor
- Training from our Professional Development Team
- Preceptorship programme for newly qualified nurses
- Band 6 development programmes
- Band 7 Ward Sister Development programme
- CPD via local University
- Celebration of success and achievement with our ‘Shining Star Awards’
- Comprehensive staff benefits including: NHS Pension Scheme, on site nursery, Childcare Vouchers, Car Salary Sacrifice Scheme, Generous Annual Leave
Returning to nursing
Your nursing skills and experience are needed more than ever before. There has never been a better time to return to nursing and it is easier than you might think.
Around 40 fully-funded return to practice courses are available across England – including at the University of Worcester.
As well as having your course fees paid, you’ll receive at least £500 to help with travel, childcare and book costs
You’ll also get help from mentors and tutors throughout your course to build your confidence and get you ready to come back
The length of your course will depend on how long you have been out of practice, but will take no longer than 12 months
Get back to what you love!
Search ‘return to nursing’ or sign up to an email guide on returning to nursing at www.healthcareers.nhs.uk/nursing-registration