Exceptional people who deliver outstanding care is at the heart of everything Maidstone and Tunbridge Wells NHS Trust (MTW) does, and now the Trust is launching a major recruitment campaign to attract more talented healthcare professionals.
The recruitment campaign will promote MTW as a leading hospital Trust, offering exciting job opportunities and a fantastic lifestyle. It will highlight the varied multi-disciplinary roles available at the Trust, as well as training and development opportunities, including management, education and research positions.
Miles Scott, Chief Executive at MTW said, “We are offering new roles in many areas to support our expanding services and recruiting staff right across the board, with a focus on clinical posts. It’s a great time to join the Trust as we continue developing our services and facilities and our people can really help play a part in shaping our future.
“We invest in training to support all staff to help them excel in their careers and take up opportunities in areas that interest them as they develop their skills. We have a fantastic team of friendly people at MTW who really support each other. We encourage health professionals looking for a new role to join us on the next stage of our journey.”
Dr Peter Maskell, Medical Director, MTW said, “We are a clinically-led organisation where decisions are informed by our clinicians, which means staff can have a big impact on how we operate. Everyone working here is committed to providing the very best patient care and they live and breathe the Trust’s values of ‘patient first, respect, innovation, delivery and excellence’.
“We offer excellent career progression. We’re a teaching hospital for doctors and have relationships with universities that train nurses and other health professionals, which boost our talent pipeline. We work with the Kent and Medway Medical School, and we are currently preparing to take 40 medical students for their clinical attachments in September.
“Staff at MTW can enjoy living in one of the most beautiful areas in the UK where it’s easy to have a night out in London or visit the coast for the afternoon. Many have relocated from London or commute from the capital. I trained here and have returned to work here. It is such a supportive, modern and forward-thinking organisation and I would highly recommend it.”
The recruitment drive, focused on clinical roles, comes at an exciting time for MTW as it has invested in a range of new facilities, service developments, training centres and digital transformation.
Vacancies currently available include:
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