Meet our Staff: Marie Mason, Trainer in Organisational Development

Our Organisational Development (OD) team sits within the People and OD division here at SaTH. Part of the work this team undertake is to design, deliver and evaluate training and development activity for colleagues across the Trust. Marie Mason joined the team as a Trainer and is responsible for supporting the implementation of the NHS People Strategy, through leading aspects of the Leadership and Management skills development agenda.

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"My name is Marie Mason and I joined SaTH in April 2023. I chose to join SaTH as keen to work more locally given my last role had a considerable amount of travel that kept increasing and I wanted to be closer to home at the end of my working day. I have always worked within the private sector and if honest wasn’t fully aware of the opportunities available within SaTH in my field of expertise. I saw the role advertised on Linkedin and jumped at the opportunity to apply. The advert drew me in, the values of the trust in line with my personal values – what more could a girl want!"

"I felt the warmth and energy of the team through the interview process and was delighted to get the call to say they would like to offer me the role. I am really enjoying my role – making my connections with staff across many different areas of the trust and building my networks. Having joined on a 2 days a week permanent contract I was eager for more from the get go. Luckily for me with changes within the team I was able to increase my working hours up to 4 days a week and haven’t looked back from joining."


"I regularly share job vacancies within my network and recommend SaTH as a place of work – many varied roles that with the transferable skills that people bring with them there is sure to be the right opportunity that suits."

"I love meeting new colleagues, making a difference and supporting the growth of our leadership population – both existing and our future aspiring team leaders and supervisors of the future."