HMP Winchester Recruitment
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HMP Winchester Recruitment Open Day
Saturday 11 November 2017 10am to 4pm
Venue: IBIS Hotel, 9 West Quay, Southampton, SO15 1RA (Free Parking)
RMN Nurse • Band 5 • Ref: 333-D-OC-0267
Emergency Care Technician
• Band 4 • Ref: 333-D-OC-0269
Health Care Support Worker
• Bands 3/4 • Ref: 333-D-OC-0270
Central and North West London NHS Foundation Trust (CNWL) is one of the largest trusts in the UK, caring for people with a wide range of physical and mental health needs. We have approximately 7,000 staff who provide healthcare to a third of London’s population and across wider geographical areas, including Milton Keynes, Kent, Surrey and Hampshire.
Caring Not Judging
Are you a motivated, pro-active Healthcare Professional who wants to work for a progressive organisation that will provide opportunities for career development? Do you want to work as a member of a fully integrated healthcare team providing a range of healthcare interventions including: emergency medical response; primary care; mental health; substance misuse and inpatient services? Yes? Not sure yet? Come and join us at our Recruitment Open Day to find out more. Walk-ins welcome.
Managers and staff will be available to answer your questions about working in a prison environment and the opportunities we can offer you. We will provide a one-stop shop for recruitment so you can apply, interview and present your documents on the day. Fast paced, challenging and rewarding – join us as a flexible bank worker for enhanced bank rates or on a permanent basis to receive a Golden Hello.
We welcome part time applications.
As part of our reward package, we offer nurses a Golden Hello Payment of up to £2500.
Golden Hello UP TO £2500
To apply please visit cnwl.healthjobsuk.com or jobs.nhs.uk using the appropriate reference number.
Closing date: Wednesday 8 November 2017
At HMP Winchester you will work as part of a team who not only look after the immediate healthcare needs of the men, but provide support and education to allow them to understand and take responsibility for their own health and wellbeing.
We work with a range of men who have been sentenced, all of whom could be someone’s father, son, husband or brother. Our job is not to judge, our job is to provide exceptional care with kindness and compassion.
For more information or to arrange a prison visit, contact:
Stella Simpson on firstname.lastname@example.org
CNWL is actively committed to improving staff’s working lives and aims to be an equal opportunities employer. We also positively encourage people who have experienced mental health problems to apply for any job within the Trust for which they meet the job specification.