We currently have vacancies across the Trust for Staff Nurses and welcome candidates looking for flexible or part time opportunities.
£27,055 – £32,934 per annum (AfC band 5)
Please note that if you are a newly qualified staff nurse please take your time completing your application form, paying particular attention to the values questions, if successfully shortlisted you will be offered a permanent contract in your area of choice without a formal face to face assessment.
- Are you studying to be a Registered Nurse?
- Are you a Newly Qualified Registered Nurse?
- Are you a Registered Nurse with experience looking for a change?
We are seeking enthusiastic registered nurses to join our Trust, choosing a career at Barnsley Hospital NHS Foundation Trust means joining:
- Dynamic teams that thrive on challenges in patient care
- A Trust that embraces innovation and improvement
- An organisation committed to supporting your career pathway and improvement
- An organisation recently rated ‘Good’ by the CQC
- An organisation where you have the opportunity to develop your career in a supportive environment
We offer high levels of support and development which includes a preceptorship programme for Newly Qualified and Registered Nurses new into the NHS. There is also the opportunity for career development through our internal Aspiring Talent Management Programme.
We enjoy working within an environment that demonstrates the corporate vision that people want to work for us – we invite you to join in working here.
Why not give us a call to see if we can meet your needs, or simply apply.
For further details or an informal chat our Associate Directors of Nursing would love to hear from you:
- Clare Hart, Associate Director for Emergency Medical Care and Medicine – 07749 710622
- Helen Green, Associate Director for Critical Care and Surgery – 07511 414965
- Tracy Taylor, Associate Director of Nursing CBU3 – 01226 432933 or 07858 192955
For application enquiries please contact email@example.com, or telephone 07821 808097.
Barnsley Hospital NHS Foundation Trust is committed to promoting equality of opportunity and fair treatment to all applicants regardless of race, nationality, ethnic origin, gender, marital status, mental or physical disability, religion or belief, sexual orientation, age or offending history.
The Department of Health (2010) defines preceptorship as ‘a period of transition for the newly registered practitioner during which time he or she will be supported by a preceptor, to develop their confidence as an autonomous professional, refine skills, values and behaviours and to continue on their journey of life-long learning.’
We open our preceptorship programme to all staff from any: allied health professional. nursing, nursing associate and midwifery background.
• A practitioner returning to practice after completing a return to practice programme
• Entering practice for the first time, usually due to being newly qualified
• Entering a new field of practice following, a second registerable qualification
• Moving from one practice setting to another (community to acute trust)
Find out more here
How to become a nurse
Please use the links below for information from two local universities about how to apply for nursing courses and what experience and qualifications you need to become a nurse.