Our staff are as important to us as the care we give to our patients. That’s why we’re committed to ensuring that opinions and ideas are valued and implemented as much as possible.
It’s because of this we’ve featured in the top 20% of all trusts nationally for our staff engagement scores in the annual staff survey for the last 3 years.
We make sure the right support is available to you for development and training. Our Practice development team offers support to all registered practitioners and newly qualified nurses at the Trust. We run a 12-month preceptorship programme, where all newly registered nurses are allocated a mentor with lots of experience and who’ll guide and help staff in their new role.
We also have the Band 5 Nurse development programme that helps develop staff even further.
As our Trust's values are so crucial to the way we work every day, we're really keen to hear from candidates who will demonstrate them when joining our team.
Types of vacancies
We have a number of vacancies across the Trust at any one time.
Following investment in some of our services, we have vacancies in a number of our nursing teams at Warwick Hospital. Ideally these roles will suit people with an interest in medical and surgical roles, working with a range of patients and patient conditions.
We are also recruiting for a number of nursing positions across our community services throughout North and South Warwickshire.
For most of our roles you’ll need to attend an assessment centre. These are held monthly and dates for them are in the individual job adverts.
For more information, full job descriptions and details of how to apply, please visit NHS Jobs.
A vacancy has arisen for an enthusiastic and dynamic Consultant in Dermatology to join our friendly team. We provide a comprehensive General Dermatology and Skin Cancer Service to the patients of South Warwickshire.
Applicants should possess full GMC registration and either already be on the Specialist Register or be within 6 months of receiving their Certificate of Completion of Training (CCT) at the time of interview.
South Warwickshire NHS Foundation Trust incorporates Warwick and Stratford-upon-Avon Hospitals. The Trust serves a community of approximately 270,000 in South Warwickshire and the surrounding areas. The largest population centres are the towns of Kenilworth, Royal Leamington Spa, Southam, Stratford-upon-Avon and Warwick.
For further information or to arrange an informal visit, please contact either Dr Frances Humphries or Dr Jon Carter, Consultant Dermatologists 01926 495321 or email Francis.firstname.lastname@example.org or email@example.com
Closing date for applications Sunday 5 March 2017
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Applications are invited for the post of Specialty Doctor in Trauma & Orthopaedics at Warwick Hospital.
A team of Specialist Registrars and Speciality Doctors support 11 Consultants, 1 Locum Consultant and an Associate Specialist. The department is very dynamic and has one of the shortest lengths of stay in the country for lower limb joint replacement surgery. It also has a very driven upper limb and foot and ankle service.
You will be expected to contribute to both elective and emergency work. The post includes participation in a full shift system to provide trauma and orthopaedic cover. The department has a regular commitment to audit and opportunities for training, continuous professional development and research will be made available.
Applicants should have suitable trauma and orthopaedic experience for this grade, and should possess full registration with the GMC at the time of interview.
This is a fixed term post initially until August 2018, which potential to extend to a permanent position pending completion of appropriate competencies.
To arrange an informal visit, please contact Mrs Fiona Atkinson
(Assistant General Manager on 01926 495321 Ext 4413)
Please note that we may close this vacancy early if we receive a high volume of applications. It is therefore advisable that you submit your application as early as possible to avoid disappointment.
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We are looking for an enthusiastic SHO with an interest in T & O to join our team. We have recently opened a brand new Elective and Trauma Unit. We have 11 Consultants and 2 Locum Consultants who each have their own specialist areas of Orthopaedic expertise. We are a busy dynamic unit.
This is a fixed term appointment for a period of one year within Trauma and Orthopaedics. Appointees will be expected to participate in the combined on-call surgical rota.
Applicants would need to be fully registered practitioners and have an interest in medical education.
Informal Contacts: Fiona Atkinson Via Switchboard:
Tel: 01926 495321
Mr Ike Nwachukwu
Consultant Orthopaedic Surgeon/Clinical Lead
Tel: 01926 495321 Ext 4415
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(Part-Time) – 8 Programmed Activities
South Warwickshire NHS Foundation Trust is seeking to employ an enthusiastic speciality doctor with expertise in community child health to help deliver a highly regarded service for children in Warwickshire. You will join a team of experienced and supportive medical professionals who are based around the county. The post has been created initially for three months, pending a service review.
Applicants wishing to visit the department or would like discuss the post further can do so by contacting either:
Dr Vaishali Desai, Consultant Community Paediatrician or Dr Gillian Small, Consultant Community Paediatrician
Tel: 024 76378611
Applications should be submitted via NHS jobs.
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We are currently recruiting for a number of Band 5 nursing roles across a range of specialisms including:
- General medicine
- Acute medical
- Care of the elderly
- Medical admissions
- Acute rehabilitation
These roles suit those with experience and those newly qualified or qualifying in the next 3-4 months.
We have a number of opportunities for band 5 nurses to work in more specialist areas of the Trust. These typically need people with more experience although if you have a real desire to work in one of these areas without specific experience please get in touch.
We are currently recruiting into the following specialist areas:
- Acute Rehab
- Community Hospitals
- Short Stay Surgery
- Stroke Rehab
The Central England Rehabilitation Unit (CERU), which expanded in Autumn 2013, is one-of-a-kind in the region, specialising in caring for people suffering from an acquired and traumatic brain injury .It is also the rehabilitation centre for the major trauma pathway from the local tertiary hospital. Last year, the unit was awarded Level 1 status following a national review of services for adults with an acquired brain injury and is now recognised as a Centre of Excellence for in-patient rehabilitation for the most complex of brain injured patients.
These positions are fantastic opportunities for nurses who are passionate about making a real difference to our patients’ lives and contributing to their recovery. With a united, caring team around them, new nurses that join the team can feel proud of the multidisciplinary service that this unit provides to our patients.
Watch a video about CERU