We want to tell your story. Most importantly we want to help develop your career.
The opportunities are endless.
Where possible we provide financial and professional support on masters, specialist training and advanced clinical practice programmes. This is led by service need. Our clinical skills team and laboratory, available at West Suffolk Hospital, help develop your practical skills. In addition, other members of staff offer resuscitation, outreach and health coaching opportunities.
All staff can take advantage of study and training days, building relationships across the Trust.
Our preceptorship programme offers newly qualified professionals a set of six study days during your first year here. You will meet fellow newly qualified members of staff. For example, radiographers, pharmacists, midwives, nurses, allied health professionals etc. Together you receive personal development around resilience, communication and leadership.
Regular ‘Five O’clock Clubs’ invite all staff to attend talks with external professionals from the health and social care sector and beyond. Guests share their learning, best practice, career and leadership advice.
Whatever your role, whatever your ambition, we want to help you be the best you can be.