East Coast Community Healthcare CIC is an expanding and exciting social enterprise and employer in the East Anglian region. We provide a range of NHS, community health and social care services predominantly across the easterly region of the Norfolk/Suffolk borders.
As a Learning Organisation we offer an excellent range of exciting, rewarding roles with fantastic opportunities for career support and development and a great range of employee benefits, including the NHS Pension Scheme.
We have a number of full, part time, ‘as–and-when’ and job sharing roles for registered nurses at our in-patient services at Patrick Stead (Halesworth) Hospital. Our community hospitals deliver excellent care to people across our community, where the patient is the focus and quality of care is paramount. You will work as a valued, key member of our multi-disciplinary teams with excellent induction and training support to back you up.
We also have vacancies at Beccles Hospital available which are being advertised separately under reference 849-ECCH279-14.
If you are interested in these vacancies, we’d love to hear from you and we welcome informal discussions/visits prior to your application or interview.
As a learning organisation, ECCH is committed to providing high quality education and training opportunities to staff members in the organisation. We are keen to invest in your career from the very beginning by supporting you to enhance your proficiency, competency and skills in your role.
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