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York & Scarborough Teaching Hospitals Careers

The Trust employs over 10,500 members of staff on full, part time, permanent and fixed term contracts. We also have a number of different ‘banks’ of staff who work on an as required basis for the Trust. You may be surprised how many different job roles the Trust has; it is certainly not just doctors and nurses.

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Providing care together in York, Scarborough, Bridlington, Malton, Whitby, Selby and Easingwold communities

If you want to work for an employer who believes that their team is the key to help deliver the best patient care in our community, then look no further.

The Trust is looking for employees who aspire to excellence, share our values and can play a crucial role in our on-going achievements.

In return we can offer you a stimulating and dynamic working environment, with a wide range of staff benefits and learning and development opportunities.

We are committed to helping our staff develop in their current job and beyond. We can provide you with an excellent range of development activities carefully selected to help our staff develop new skills and successful working practices.

Our Values

Our values
“There’s lots of challenges, no two days are the same, it’s fun! We work with a lot of cutting edge technology which is great if you are interested in Science or physics. It’s a good profession, and there's lots of opportunity for career progression if that’s what you are looking for.”
David, Radiographer. York Hospital
“I like working with people and particularly enjoy weight management. Our team is really friendly, we all get on. I especially like that we get to know our patients by working with them over a long period of time and it's fantastic to see how our support changes their lives."
Sarah, Dietician. York Hospital
“I’ve worked at the trust for almost 7 years. I came here because York is a fantastic city and this hospital gave me an amazing opportunity to progress in my career. It’s a close-knit team as we work with occupational therapists and speech & language therapists which I think is really important when working with children and families to support them in the best possible way."
Emily, Children's Physio. York Hospital
“I have worked at the trust for almost 7 years now. The Occupational Therapist role in Paediatrics is fantastic and focuses on a child's functional ability. There's a real equipment element where we focus on postural management but essentially we are looking at facilitating children to maximise their independence and their levels of participation. The job can be incredibly variable; there's a mix of face to face work, travel, and different age groups which is what I love the most about the Occupational Therapist role in Paediatrics.”
Helen, Children's Occupational Therapist. York Hospital
"I’ve only recently joined the trust having worked previously with both children and adults. I chose this role for career progression as York is a teaching hospital. I love physiotherapy because you are working with people to help them achieve their goals and to support in their rehabilitation. There's a huge range in patients from babies up to young adults. The children are so charming and funny, and you get the opportunity to be a little silly with them, which is a lovely part of the job.”
Alex, Children's Physio. York Hospital
York and Scarborough Teaching Hospitals NHS Foundation Trust has gained national recognition for its liver service.
The Trust has been awarded the Improving Quality in Liver Services (IQILS) Level 2 accreditation by the Royal College of Physicians (RCP).
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Groundbreaking research could change the face of bowel cancer
York and Scarborough Teaching Hospitals NHS Foundation Trust has been awarded £3 million to lead national research into a device that could improve the clinical pathway for diagnosis of bowel cancer.
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We offer a generous relocation package for our newly appointed permanent, fixed term and internationally recruited staff.
You could be in line to receive up to £18,000 reimbursement of your relocation costs.
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