Frequently asked questions
(why work for us?)
- Extensive funded training opportunities – such as flexible nursing and return to practice nursing
- Access to NHS Pension scheme
- Relocation of up to £5k
- Flexible working
- Child care vouchers
- Lease car
- Cycle to work scheme
- Discounted gym memberships
- A minimum of 5 weeks holidays + bank holidays
- Free physio, occupational health support, Pilates and Yoga available at some sites
- Continuation of service and recognition of previous NHS services if transferring from another Trust.
In Norfolk and Suffolk our children, families and young people's services provide specialist treatment and input to our local populations covering a wide range of needs. We run community services for those aged 0-25, alongside specialist services for Looked after children, those experiencing psychosis, eating disorders and learning disabilities and many more. We also provide high quality services in partnership with local organisations and a Adolescent In-patient unit. This means that if you are interested in using your skills, or developing new ones to work with our children, families and young people there will be a role for you in our services.
In partnership with local organisations we are excited to be growing and transforming our services for children, families and young people, and will be focussed on improving our quality and availability of services and so it is a great time to consider joining us. Our trust vision of 'working together for better mental health' runs through all our services and we want to continue to improve local services. We have roles for those with specialist skills looking to develop further and be part of collaborating and research opportunities, along with new opportunities for people starting out working with children, families and young people or looking to establish a new career and transfer skills.
Some of the vacancies available: