NHS Jobs In East Sussex - Full Time, Part Time & Temporary Vacancies

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The trust serves the residents of the East Sussex area with acute hospital services, from time to time it also provides care to patients from adjacent counties, and those who visiting the region.

Over 5,000 full and part-time staff make East Sussex Hospitals NHS Trust one of the largest employers in the county of East Sussex. The Trust has two general hospitals, Conquest Hospital and Eastbourne District General Hospital, both with Accident and Emergency facilities, and the majority of healthcare is provided from these hospitals. However we also provide services at Bexhill, Crowborough, Hailsham, Hawkhurst, Rye, Seaford and Uckfield.

Jobs At East Sussex Hospitals NHS Trust

Many vacancies are advertised online www.jobs.nhs.uk,

At the time of writing they included:

  • Highly Specialist Clinical Physiologist
  • Lat St3
  • Pharmacy Assistant
  • Locum Consultant Orthogeriatrician
  • Stroke Specialist Dietitian
  • Locum Specialty Doctor
  • LAT ST3 Respiratory Medicine
  • Staff Nurses x 2 - A&E
  • Staff Nurse - Jevington Ward
  • Health Adviser

Benefits:

  • Staff development
    • Training and development for all levels of staff arrangement both in-house and externally
    • Clinical supervision
    • Comprehensive induction training
    • Health Sciences Library
    • Close links with Brighton University
  • Health at work
    • Maternity leave and pay above statutory requirements
    • Occupational health service
    • Confidential counselling service
  • Pension Scheme
    • NHS Superannuation scheme - highly regarded by the independent pensions and insurance sector
    • Contributory Scheme (employer currently contributing 14%)
  • Child Care
    • Access to on-site childcare co-ordinator who will advice and assist with childcare.
    • On-site childcare facilities at Conquest Hospital and Eastbourne District General Hospital.
    • Baby unit and Nursery
    • Holiday play scheme
  • Staff Facilities
    • Sports and social clubs Subsidised staff restaurants
    • Coffee shops
    • League of Friends hospital flower shops and convenience shops
    • On-site accommodation
    • Staff gymnasiums
    • Squash and tennis court
    • Heated outdoor swimming pool (Eastbourne DGH site only)
    • Staff lottery

More details about working for East Sussex Hospitals NHS Trust:

Recruitment

  • Human Resources Department
    Eastbourne District General Hospital
    Kings Drive
    Eastbourne
    East Sussex
    BN21 2UD
  • Telephone: 01323 414937
  • Fax: 01323 414930
  • Email: recruitment@esht.nhs.uk

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