Mental Health Recruitment Day
Join Birmingham Women’s and Children’s mental health recruitment day on 7 December
Birmingham Women's and Children's NHS Foundation Trust are hosting a Mental Health Services Recruitment Day on Wednesday 7 December, where you can find out about the many roles it has to offer.
Taking place at Highbury Hall, Moseley, between 10am and 4pm, the event offers the opportunity for those interested in choosing an exciting career in Mental Health the chance to find out more about jobs available.
A host of roles will be showcased, including nursing, administration, support workers, practitioners, social workers, and therapists, all working with the Trust's dedicated inpatient services, as well as Forward Thinking Birmingham; the unique community service for 0-25-year-olds.
We have fantastic staff wellbeing initiatives across the Trust, including free breakfasts, wellbeing hubs, community pantries, and access to discounts for services and events.
It is a fantastic time to join our Trust's Mental Health Services, with several innovative and transformative projects taking place. As featured on BBC Midlands Today, Forward Thinking Birmingham’s Youth Mental Health Team are delivering new mental health workshops to support students in Birmingham Schools, and teams from FTB have worked with the RSPCA to create an Animal Welfare course to support their young people, a project that won the Royal College of Nursing Mental Health award. Our Mental Health Services Parkview inpatient clinic is also undergoing a £4.6m rebuild to give patients their own en-suite rooms and therapeutic spaces.
At the recruitment event, you will be able to meet and speak with members from numerous teams that are by the sides of children and young people including those from the Specialist Eating Disorders, Early Intervention in Psychosis, Crisis Resolution, Home Treatment Learning Disabilities, Inpatient Child and Adolescent Mental Health Services, Adult ADHD, Youth Offending, Personality Disorders and those working with schools.
All of which will be on hand to answer any questions, and talk about their careers and why working with the service is so rewarding.
If you have any questions, please email Janene Teare, Business Support at Birmingham Women's and Children's NHS Foundation Trust, at firstname.lastname@example.org.
***Please note that in order to protect our vulnerable patients, families and staff it remains important you do not attend if you are COVID positive or feel unwell, especially if you have a high temperature or a new, persistent cough.***