Maybe you are considering a role in the NHS, or maybe you are considering returning to the NHS? It’s never been a better time to work for the NHS, especially in mental health and learning disability services.
What this means for you is we are really keen to hear from you if you are an experienced clinician or maybe you are a clinician who has retired recently, or moved to another sector and is keen to re-join the NHS.
It’s no secret that 2020 has been a challenging, but also innovative time for the NHS, we have moved at pace with many projects, and many things have changed such as the ability to offer a range of really flexible work arrangements and options. It really is a great time to think about joining us or returning to the NHS so let’s talk about your future at Leeds and York Partnership NHS Foundation Trust (LYPFT).
To help us continue the conversation and find the right role for you, please take five minutes to fill in this form.
If you’d prefer you can email us at email@example.com. We are planning on holding virtual open days soon, so if you’d like to virtually come along, please sign up.
Who are LYPFT?
We provide award-winning inpatient, community and specialist services in Leeds, York and across the North of England. Find out more about all the services we offer, or watch this short video to see some of us in action:
What jobs have you got?
We’re always looking for registered health care professionals, including; nurses, allied health professionals (AHPs), Health Support Workers, and psychologists. We’ve also got entry level opportunities for apprentices and health support workers as well as many more opportunities. Find out more about how we support the development of our nurses and our AHPs.
We also have opportunities available in a range of interesting non-clinical roles such as IT, Finance, HR, Support Service Administration, Estates and Facilities.
We also offer career progression, training and support to all staff.
You can see what jobs we’re advertising right now on this page.
Let’s talk about you
You might have left the NHS previously, retired or you might have recently left school, college, university or be working, volunteering or be caring for somebody. Even if you’re not currently working we’d still like to hear from you.
We take your data security and privacy very seriously. If you are concerned about this you can read our full privacy statement here.
Benefits of working for LYPFT
We offer a huge range of staff benefits and the chance to make a genuine difference to the lives of people with mental health conditions or learning disabilities. Our staff are our greatest asset and we pride ourselves in looking after them.
Find out more about the benefits of working for LYPFT on this page
So . . . let’s talk!