Sheffield Children’s NHS Foundation Trust

Pulse is excited to bring you a variety of exciting and rewarding flexible locum roles at Sheffield Children’s NHS Foundation Trust, available exclusively with Pulse and before any other agency.

Let’s talk more about the trust

Sheffield Children’s NHS Foundation Trust is one of only three dedicated children’s hospital trusts in the UK. It provides integrated healthcare for children and young people across Sheffield and South Yorkshire up until age 18 and specialised services for patients from across the UK.

The trust is committed to being a leader in the field of training and research in children’s healthcare and delivers a strong portfolio of research and product innovation. Its specialist services include muscle and bone, neurosciences and clinical genetics, and its award-winning services help with a range of complex cases, with access to some of the world’s best facilities, including a state-of-the-art intraoperative 3T MRI scanner.

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Trust values

Sheffield Children’s NHS Foundation Trust employs more than 3,500 staff, who are the key to its success and reputation. As specialists in children’s healthcare, staff not only ensure that children receive the right treatment, but they also understand the importance of providing support, care, and compassion for the entire family.

The trust’s four fundamental values are compassion, accountability, respect, and excellence, and they were put together from the opinions and ideas of staff from every area of the organisation. These values define the acceptable standards and behaviours within the trust and have become vital to its strategy.

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Expert support, exceptional outcomes

Your career at Sheffield Children’s NHS Foundation Trust

Providing education and training support is a priority for Sheffield Children’s NHS Foundation Trust, and it believes that enhancing the skills of its staff is crucial to providing its patients with the best service and care. Its learning and development department offers a range of learning opportunities for staff through an extensive programme of training courses in addition to CPD. This excitingly includes access to a range of fully funded university-based skills modules.

Living and working in Sheffield

Sheffield is the fourth largest city in England, with an abundance of entertainment and social facilities such as galleries, theatres, cinemas, bars, restaurants, and shopping outlets. Just a few miles away, you’ll also find the Peak District National Park, renowned for its beautiful scenery, picturesque villages and abundance of outdoor activities.

You’ll be pleased to know that Sheffield is the first National City of Sport with world-class venues for athletics, swimming and football. The area also boasts a variety of good quality schools and has excellent transport links to the rest of the UK, with trains to London taking just over two hours.

What benefits are on offer?

As well as the opportunity to be part of a well-respected and high-performing trust with excellent career development opportunities, Sheffield Children’s also offers a number of favourable benefits. These include flexible working arrangements and access to occupational health, physiotherapy and confidential counselling services. You’ll also receive discounts on a wide range of local shops, restaurants, and services.

Eligible employees may also be entitled to relocation benefits if they are required to relocate for their new role.