Working for the Trust
Help us to make a real difference to our service users and carers.
We provide mental health, learning disability, substance misuse, community rehabilitation and a range of primary care and specialist services to the people of Sheffield, South Yorkshire. We also provide some of our specialist services to people living outside of Sheffield.
We’re looking for people to help us provide high quality, caring and responsive services.
All our jobs are advertised on the national NHS Jobs website. Click here to link directly to our current vacancies.
Why join SHSC?
- Offering the best possible care to our service users and carers
We want to provide high quality, caring and responsive services to the communities we serve. We want our service users to receive the best possible care we can provide. We want our service users, carers and staff to recommend us as a good place to receive treatment and care. We also want our staff to recommend us as a good place to work. Your skills, experience and dedication could help us to achieve this.
You will be joining an organisation which puts service user and carer engagement at the heart of everything we do. We work hard to continuously improve the quality and safety of our services. We listen to and learn from feedback from our service users, carers, staff, partners and the public. We value our staff and support them to develop through education and training.
Respect. Compassion. Partnership. Accountability. Fairness. Ambition.
To improve the mental, physical and social wellbeing of the people in our communities.
- Valuing diversity and supporting leadership
We aim to create an environment for staff to thrive irrespective of their ethnicity, nationality, colour or religion. To help us achieve this we have developed a mentoring project, re-launched our BME Staff Network Group and regularly promote development opportunities. We have launched an annual Working Together Conference to encourage BME colleagues to take on lead roles and have a positive presence in their workplaces.
Our Build, Modify, Expand (BME) project focuses on mentoring staff at all levels across the Trust. The mentoring model consists of five members of the Board of Directors being involved with five members of staff from black and minority ethnic (BME) backgrounds in senior positions who in turn provide mentoring to five members of staff from BME backgrounds in more junior positions. Our BME project won ‘most effective use of diversity to strengthen governance, recruitment or promotion’ category at the Healthcare People Management Association (HPMA) Excellence in HRM Awards 2017.
We are committed to ensuring that all staff achieve their full potential in an environment characterised by dignity and mutual respect. Within our teams valuing difference is fundamental; it enables staff to create respectful work environments and to deliver high quality care and services while giving service users the opportunity to reach their full potential.
- Supporting your work / life balance
We offer flexible working opportunities including job sharing, carer’s leave, parental and adoption leave and career breaks. We also have an in-house Bank Office which means you can opt to work occasional shifts within our services on days and at times to suit you. Contact our Bank Office to find out more: firstname.lastname@example.org or 0114 2263053.
- Providing range of staff benefits
These include our salary sacrifice car and bicycle schemes which are repaid from your salary before tax and other deductions.
- AND Sheffield is a great place to live and work
Sheffield offers the benefits of city living alongside beautiful countryside. The Peak District National Park is just a few miles away and offers amazing scenery and a wide range of outdoor activities including walking, cycling, rafting and ziplines.
As the fourth largest city in England Sheffield has a wide variety of facilities including art galleries, theatres, cinemas, clubs, restaurants, bars and shopping outlets. There is truly something to suit everyone.
Dubbed the greenest city in England, Sheffield boasts a large number of parks and hosts lots of family friendly events. There are also a number of festivals each year including the Tramlines Music Festival, the Off the Shelf literary festival and Doc/Fest.
Sheffield has a range of world class sports venues including football, athletics and swimming as well as an ice rink. There are many golf courses, gyms and other facilities catering for a variety of sporting interests.
Each year the city welcomes over 40,000 students at its two universities and several further education establishments. There are well regarded schools and colleges across the city.
And if that wasn’t enough, Sheffield has excellent transport links to the rest of the country with the M1 close by. Manchester can be reached by train in less than an hour while direct trains to London take just over two hours.
Visit the Welcome to Sheffield website to see what Sheffield has to offer.
Photograph courtesy of Sheffield City Council