At Norfolk and Suffolk NHS Foundation Trust
Norfolk and Suffolk NHS Foundation Trust provides child and adult mental health services, learning disability, wellbeing and eating disorder services across Norfolk and Suffolk.
We are committed to delivering quality driven mental health services. Every individual makes a valuable contribution. We are proud of our staff who have been commended by CQC for the care they provide.
Why come and live in West Norfolk:
- Rural location with beautiful coast line and beaches
- Excellent rail links to Cambridge and London
- Places of interest including Sandringham estate.
- Kings Lynn 6th Happiest place to live as voted by Right Move 2017
- Local annual music festival and fun fair
- Reputable college and schools.
Why come and work with us:
- Relocation allowance / removal benefit
- Protected time of 2.5 SPA per week
- Subsidised gyms, free physio service and free onsite parking
- We have a strong education reputation and close ties with both the university of Cambridge and The University of East Anglia
- Access and encouragement to partake in research and a well-established research network within the Trust
- New 16 bed inpatient unit due for completion Spring/ Summer 2019
*There is a recruitment premia of £20,000 available for the right candidate (conditions apply).
Norfolk and Suffolk NHS Foundation Trust provides child and adult mental health services, alcohol treatment, learning disability, wellbeing and eating disorder services across Norfolk and Suffolk.
We were formed from the merger of the two former county mental health trusts in the two counties.
At any one time, around 23,000 people in Norfolk and Suffolk are receiving care and attention from the Trust. We believe in whole life care - seeing people in the context of their whole lives, understanding the importance of good physical health, friends, family, spirituality, culture, home, work, education and a sense of purpose and achievement to experience good mental health.
Nearly 3,200 full and part-time practitioners care for our service users in hospitals, in the community and in their own homes, whilst an additional 900+ staff provide non-clinical support, including cleaning, catering, delivering supplies, ward administration, information technology, human resources and financial services.