Starting a new job can be scary at the best of times. Will I fit in? Can I do the job well? Starting a job with a mental health diagnoses adds another layer to top of those common worries.
Staff networks are a great way for everyone to feel valued and have a place to belong in the company. Sussex Partnership Foundation Trust believes in this, so much so that we have seven of them! The three main aims of our networks are;
Are you looking for an exciting challenge that is hugely rewarding?
Do you want to help shape the future of our services?
We're looking for like-minded people to join us and help provide top quality care to those who need it.
Sussex Partnership Foundation Trust (SPFT) are delighted to invite you to our Nursing Recruitment Webinar. Whether you are just starting out in your nursing career or have years of experience behind you, we're looking for caring and compassionate people who are looking for a new challenge. Whether you're looking for a permanent position or bank work, we're confident we can find the right role for you.
To help us to answer any questions you may have for us, we're holding a free webinar so that you can learn more about our Trust, our people and the opportunities we have available.
At SPFT, we provide mental health and learning disability care for children, young people and adults across Sussex. Our Trust has been rated 'good' overall and 'outstanding' for caring by CQC.
The webinar will be hosted by Antony Davies and a team of colleagues from each of our services (CAMHS, Adults, Older Adults & Forensics), who will give you a unique insight into the daily life at SPFT and answer any questions you may have about the team, career development and the many benefits of joining our Trust.
Healthcare Assistant Recruitment Webinar (Chalkhill Hospital)
Date: Thursday 7th April 2022
Location: Eventbrite Webinar - Virtual Event
Sussex Partnership are delighted to invite you to our latest webinar for Healthcare Assistants (HCA's) interested in working with Sussex Partnership at our Chalkhill site. Whether you are just starting working in care or have years of experience behind you, we're looking for caring and compassionate people who are looking for a new challenge.
Working with children and young people might not be something you've thought about before so we want to tell you a bit about how brilliant it can be!
During this webinar, we will be exploring the day-to-day life at Chalkhill as a HCA, the challenges, as well as the many rewards and benefits of the role.
Some of the topics we will cover include:
How do I become a HCA?
Do I need to have previous experience?
What will I be doing?
Pete Maguire & Kieran Ramburn will discuss what's it like to work at Chalkhill
What training is provided?
What development opportunities are there?
How do I apply?
There will also be a Q&A session at the end.
About Chalkhill Hospital
Chalkhill is Sussex’s only mental health inpatient unit for young people, supporting over 8,750 children and adolescents each year.
The unit provides day care, outreach, and – where absolutely necessary and appropriate – inpatient services for young people with a range of mental health needs. These include eating disorders, emotional based needs, depression and early-onset psychosis.
Your unique experience and career background could bring exactly what we need to our team, but most importantly the lives of our children and young people. Please think about sharing your expertise with us - we already know that working with children and young people is rewarding, challenging, inspiring and life changing and we'd love you to experience that too.
Register your place for free now!
We’d love for you to join our team
To apply to join us, and find out more about current opportunities, go to our jobs feed.