At East Cheshire NHS Trust we provide a comprehensive range of acute and community-based services, including A&E emergency care and emergency surgery, elective surgery in many specialties, maternity and cancer services. Our community health services include district nursing, intermediate care and palliative care. But none of these services could be provided without our top class team of nurses.
Joining the trust as a nurse you will bring your skills and passion to provide the highest quality care and compassion to our patients. In return you will find your contribution is valued and that you are supported through excellent management, a teamwork approach, flexible working opportunities and comprehensive learning and development support.Whether you are looking for your next opportunity to demonstrate your proven track record or are just starting out, East Cheshire NHS Trust is the employer for you.
Developing and supporting our future pipeline of Nurses is key to the trust's workforce strategy. To see how the trust is developing staff who have aspirations of being a registered Nurse, click on the pages below to meet some one of our Nurse Associates and Nurse Apprentices.
To read further information on some of our Nursing teams, please click on the pages to the left of the screen.
East Cheshire NHS Trust is offering a £500 ‘Golden Hello’ to all newly qualified Staff Nurses who choose to start their career with the Trust. As a student nurse you must be newly qualified and entering your first substantive appointment as a registered nurse. As a new employee, you will qualify for the payment after completion of 3 months in post (with the payment being paid into your 4th month salary).
For East Cheshire Trust employees who refer a Nurse or a Midwife into the Trust, a £500 payment will be presented.
For further information in relation to any of our incentives, please contact our HR Advisory Team on
firstname.lastname@example.org / 01625 656510.
If you are a qualified nurse but don’t have an NMC registration to work in the UK, please contact our Recruitment Team via email@example.com / 01625 656510. We have welcomed many overseas nurses to our trust over recent years, who have settled in the area and formed long standing networks and communities. For all overseas nurses, we can assist with practical arrangements and will support you throughout your first 12 months with our preceptorship programme and on the wards by our experienced nurses and clinicians.
We welcome applications from the EU/EEA. You will need to successfully pass the language assessments in line with NMC requirements. Once you join our team, you will be supported via our preceptorship programme and on the Wards by our experienced nurses and clinicians