Overseas Nurse Recruitment campaign from 2022 – ongoing
Cheshire and Wirral Partnership NHS Foundation Trust (CWP) was formed in 2002 and achieved Foundation Trust status in June 2007. They provide health and care services for local people, including mental health, learning disability, community physical health and all-age disability care – including the provision of three GP surgeries. They have services across Wirral and Cheshire, as well as Trafford, Warrington, Bolton, Halton and Liverpool – and provide specialist services for the North West as a whole.
Their services are provided in partnership with commissioners, local authorities, voluntary and independent organisations, people who access their services, their carers and families. The Trust has over 14,500 members and employs more than 3,000 staff across 60 sites, serving a population of over 1 million people and highly specialist services for 2 million.
So that they can deliver their vision of ‘Working in partnership to improve health and well-being by providing high quality, person-centred care’ they have a number of values that are very important to them. These values are called the Six Cs. They reflect the way that they do things at CWP. The Trust vision sets out their aspiration to achieve sustainable, person-centred care in a safe and quality focused way.
The 6Cs are:
They aim to recruit people who can clearly demonstrate they share their values and will embrace them in their working life.
Location and cost of living
Cheshire and Wirral Partnership NHS Foundation Trust is located in Chester, a city in North West England that came into existence in the 1st century AD, when a Roman fortress – whose extensive red sandstone walls can still be seen today – was constructed. A few miles north, not far from the banks of the River Mersey, is sister hospital, Ellesmere Port.
Positioned on the border with Wales, and just 30 miles south of Liverpool, both Chester and Ellesmere Port are within equal distance of some of the UK’s most dynamic cities and most beautiful countryside. They also benefit from an excellent public transport system, so whether you fancy a weekend break in the picturesque Welsh countryside, want to spend the day exploring the ‘Rows’ in Chester’s medieval shopping district, or even need to fly home from Liverpool or Manchester airport, it’s all within reach!
To learn more about Chester and the County of Cheshire, take a look at the Visit Cheshire website.