Welcome to a rewarding and dynamic career in nursing at Berkshire Healthcare, where every day brings new challenges and opportunities for growth.
Our dedicated nurses play a crucial role in delivering high-quality care across Berkshire, supporting our vision to be a great place to get care and a great place to give care.
Diverse Nursing Opportunities
We value the unique contributions of nurses across all four fields of nursing. Whether you're passionate about mental health nursing, adult nursing, children’s nursing, or learning disability nursing, we have exciting opportunities waiting for you.
We have a range of nursing opportunities across our services, including specialist nursing positions available in our Cardiac, Continence and Urgent Community response/virtual ward teams, as well as lots of opportunity to join our dynamic community nursing teams. Community nursing allows opportunity to leverage your autonomy and deliver specialised care alongside excellent work-life balance.
Our mental health services offer opportunities from our Inpatient services at Prospect Park Hospital to Urgent Care and Community Services. We also have exciting opportunities for Mental Health Nurses in more specialist areas such as our Ops Courage Service, Liaison and Diversion, Children, Young People and Families and Neurodiversity services.
As a passionate Learning Disability Nurse, you’ll find many fulfilling job opportunities to help provide great care for people with learning disabilities across our trust. You could join one of our local multi-disciplinary teams supporting people out in the community, work in our intensive support team or provide specialist support to those needing inpatient treatment.
Our children’s nurses work in schools and out in the community providing health advice, mental health support and immunisations to young people across Berkshire. There’s also opportunity to work in our Specialist Children’s teams supporting children in care and those with complex health conditions.
In addition, our passionate Health Visiting teams offer roles at all levels from trainee positions to specialist health visiting, allowing you to pursue your interests and work with diverse patient populations.
Why join us
From the moment you join us, you'll experience unwavering support in a welcoming and nurturing environment. Whether you're a newly qualified nurse or seeking a career change, we provide the tools you need to reach your full potential. Your hard work and achievements won't go unnoticed – we believe in recognising and celebrating your success.
Our distinctive position as a combined mental health and community trust opens doors to a range of career paths. Whether you're drawn to inpatient services, community teams, or wish to explore new qualifications, we offer a friendly environment that cares about your professional growth.
Learning and development opportunities
We offer a huge array of opportunity to further your skills and knowledge, and help you achieve competencies.
All newly qualified nurses benefit from our year-long preceptorship programme, recognised for its high standard of support.
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