Registered mental health nurse and occupational therapist recruitment evenings
Thursday 6 and Wednesday 12 December, 5:00pm – 8:00pm
Are you ready to make a positive change in your community whilst developing your career? Do you want to work for an award-winning Trust? If so, come along to one of our recruitment events to learn more about Bradford District Care Foundation Trust, our current vacancies and our outstanding teams.
We’re looking to hear from newly qualified and experienced mental health nurses with a current pin; newly qualified and experienced occupational therapists with a current pin; and third year student nurses and occupational therapists.
You will need to be resilient, compassionate, dedicated to providing holistic care, patient focused and driven to helping encourage recovery of our patients.
You will be joining a Trust that values the health and wellbeing of its staff. Alongside a wide range of national staff benefits including discounts at Nando’s, Domino’s and retailers, the Trust offers fast track access to physiotherapy, counselling, access to our Wellbeing Zone and childcare support services. We also have an in-depth and supportive preceptorship program and excellent training and development opportunities.
Come along to one of our recruitment evenings:
- Lynfield Mount Hospital, Bradford, Thursday 6 December 5:00pm – 8:00pm
- Airedale Centre for Mental Health, Steeton (Keighley), Wednesday 12 December 5:00pm – 8:00pm
We are a provider of award winning mental health, learning disability and community health services across Bradford, Airedale and Craven. Our health care services cover all ages, so if you live in Bradford, Airedale or Craven you may come into contact with one of our experts at some point in your life.
We know that our communities want their care to be delivered in their own home, or as close to their home as possible, and we are committed to providing high quality community care tailored to individual needs. We also offer hospital based mental health care and some specialist learning disabilities’ support for people who are too unwell to be treated at home.
Our staff include:
- Mental health nurses
- School nurses
- Healthcare support workers
- District nurses
- Health visitors
- Corporate support (finance, human resources, information technology)
- Allied health professionals (for example, psychologists, occupational therapists, speech and language therapists or foot health specialists) in the acute sector and primary care, our commissioners and voluntary organisations to achieve this and many more.
A snapshot of some of our work and services
If you are interested in working for our organisation and would like to view our current vacancies visit our Trust’s recruitment page on NHS Jobs, BDCFT current vacancies.
We offer excellent employment opportunities to new and existing staff. We aim to be a model employer and we constantly working hard to look for ways to improve the working lives of our staff. We pride ourselves on offering good working conditions, lifelong learning, fair pay and benefits, staff involvement and a balance between working and personal life.