Overseas Nurse Recruitment campaign from 2022 – ongoing
Wirral Community Health and Care NHS Foundation Trust located in Wirral in North West England, provide high-quality primary, community and social care services to the population of Wirral and Cheshire East. They play a key role in the local health and social care economy as a high-performing organisation with an excellent clinical reputation.
Their expert teams provide a diverse range of community health care services, seeing and treating people right through their lives both at home and close to home. They employ almost 1,700 members of staff, 88% of who are in patient/service user roles. Their workforce represents 71% of the costs of the organisation and are our most important and valued resource.
To join their multidisciplinary team you will:
be a registered nurse with current professional registration
be committed to deliver a high standard of care and support change management
be an excellent communicator who will innovate, inspire and promote patient safety whilst supporting the ward team
be an advocate for our patients, able to identify changes in need and be instrumental in planning for their current and future care
Valued. Supported. Empowered.
As a valued member of the Trust, your manager will support you in setting personal goals for the year as part of your induction and ongoing learning and development. You will be encouraged to undertake training to assist you to excel in your role with the Trust and ensure you are equipped to reach your full potential in this role.
Location and cost of living
The Wirral is a peninsula, also known as The Paradise Peninsula and is the location of several wonderful places to live and many beautiful homes; it has previously been named one of the happiest places to live in the UK. It is located in North West England and is about 15 miles long and 7 miles wide, the River Dee lies to the west, the River Mersey to the East and the Irish Sea to the north.
From the promenade at Hoylake to the red rocks at Thurstaston; Wirral is a very beautiful place. Residents are spoilt with beaches and can readily reach the seaside, the area also has many parks and green spaces.
If you’re into sporting activities the Wirral is ideal, known as the leisure peninsula, from walking or cycling along the promenade to the dry ski slope in Bebington; there’s something for everyone. There’s also a variety of courses for keen golfers most famously Royal Liverpool at Hoylake.
Those who live in the Wirral benefit from its proximity to Liverpool and access to the nearby city’s shops and restaurants. There are a number of excellent schools within and around the Wirral, both state and private. Read more about this amazing place here.