**Please note that we can currently only accept applications if you have a current valid NMC Professional registration or if you are a final year student nurse.**
It’s an exciting time to join The Shrewsbury and Telford Hospital NHS Trust!
Our two hospitals, The Princess Royal Hospital in Telford and The Royal Shrewsbury Hospital in Shrewsbury, provide a wide range of acute hospital services for around half a million people across Shropshire, Telford & Wrekin and Mid Wales.
We are an organisation that strives to provide high quality, safe care for our patients in an environment which our staff are proud to work in. We believe that by adhering to our Vision (“To provide excellent care for the communities we serve”) and working with our Trust Values in mind (Partnering, Ambitious, Caring, Trusted) we can achieve the right results for the people that matter most – our patients and their families.
Whether you’re an experienced nurse looking for your next move, or you’re just graduating as a registered nurse and looking for support in your new exciting career, you’ll find a welcoming and supportive environment here at SATH to encourage you to reach your full potential.
As a Registered Nurse in one of our specialised wards, you’ll find it extremely rewarding working as an integral part of the team to provide the best possible care and experience to all our patients. You’ll be joining our Trust at an exciting time as we continue to grow and improve our services, and we know you will make a positive contribution to its future success.
We currently have vacancies for RNs, RMNs and RNLDs in the following areas:
Medical and Surgical wards including:
Trauma and Orthopaedics
Frail and Complex Elderly
Colorectal and Gastroenterology
Preceptorship is a 12-month programme for newly qualified nurses to consolidate and enhance the skills gained during training. At SaTH we run 2 cohorts of preceptorship per year – April and September.
Our 12-month programme includes:
A designated, experienced RN to provide professional support and guidance for the duration of the programme
A structured timetable of six study days, including a simulated coroner’s hearing, communication, safe care delivery, leadership and accountability
Access to a career conversation, providing an opportunity to discuss profession development opportunities beyond the completion of the preceptorship year
Introduction of a research component, encouraging participants to deliver up to date, evidence based practice
Ongoing support from the Clinical Practice Educator (CPE) team in the form of visits to the clinical area, underpinned by online sessions enabling newly qualified practitioners to feel supported in their clinical roles
If you’re newly qualified or due to qualify within the next 12 months we want to hear from you today!
What can we offer you?
As a Trust, we are passionate about helping our staff to achieve their career aspirations, and can offer a variety of learning and development opportunities to support your continued professional development. Working with the Transforming Care Institute we can also offer in-house training such as degree/master modules, secondments and acting up opportunities.
We can also offer you:
Paid attendance at mandatory training courses
Access to the NHS pension scheme
Support for re-validation should you need it
27 days annual leave entitlement on appointment, increasing after 5 and 10 years’ service
Various local and national discounts through the Blue Light Card and Health Service Discounts
Access to staff health and wellbeing support
Cycle to work scheme