Liverpool University Hospitals – NHS Foundation Trust

Liverpool University Hospitals – NHS Foundation Trust

Off By Ed Hanna

“We play a vital role in building healthier, happier, fairer lives for the people we serve – our patients, our families, and our friends.”

Liverpool University Hospitals Foundation Trust (LUHFT) has a key role to play, as an anchor institution in the city of Liverpool, in working closely with partners across the wider system to address health inequalities and to achieve the best possible life chances for local people.

Therapy opportunities
This is an exciting time to join our care group that includes dietetics, occupational therapy, orthotics, physiotherapy, podiatry and speech and language therapy working in both inpatient and outpatient teams. We are committed to staff development and an extensive in-service training programme. The Trust has links with local universities and is regularly involved in research and innovation. We provide opportunities for career progression and have apprenticeship programmes to support this. 

We have opportunities for enthusiastic and ambitious candidates to join our radiology team as band 5 diagnostic radiographers. Successful applicants will work as part of the AED 24/7 shift pattern and on-call service covering AED, theatre, mobiles, inpatient, outpatient and GP work. 

Liverpool University Dental Hospital provides dental care across all specialities through undergraduate, postgraduate and specialist service activity. Applicants for the post of registered dental nurse must be registered with the General Dental Council and hold a recognised dental nurse qualification. 

Critical Care
We are looking for experienced, dynamic and energetic nurses. These are exciting times as we continue to develop and invest in our staff in preparation for the opening of the new Royal Liverpool University Hospital. Successful candidates will undertake a 12-month preceptorship programme, the Trust mandatory training programme and will also be included in an extensive training programme within the directorate, facilitated by our practice educator teams. Critical care experience is not essential, though preference will be given to staff with ITU, HDU or acute ward experience.

Opportunities exist for registered nurses and operating department practitioners to join the theatre team. We have worked with the Military supporting training in the past, and this could be the start of a fantastic career in the NHS.

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