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Working at Midlands Partnership NHS Foundation Trust

Once you register with Medacs, you’ll have access to a fantastic range of work opportunities within the NHS, such as those at Midlands Partnership NHS Foundation Trust (MPFT), which provides physical and mental health care, learning disability and adult social care services across Staffordshire, Stoke-on-Trent, Shropshire, and Telford & Wrekin, serving a population of 1.5 million.

MPFT also provides services on a wider regional and national basis including perinatal, eating disorder and forensic services, and delivers out-of-area sexual health services, and psychological and drug & alcohol services in the community and in prisons. Whichever area you work in, you’ll know you’re making a real difference to people’s lives.


What opportunities are available at MPFT?

If you’re looking to work in a truly integrated NHS organisation, MPFT has a wide range of exciting opportunities in community nursing, complex care nursing, inpatient healthcare support, community support, mental health and more:


Community Nurses

Community Nurses play a crucial role - providing care and support for patients out of hospital, mostly in patients’ own homes, in clinics based in GP surgeries or within health centres. Click here to read more.

Community Psychiatric Nurses & CAMHS Practitioners

Roles like Community Psychiatric Nurses support patients with mental health problems in their communities, homes or healthcare centres to help those individuals lead happier, healthier lives. Click here to learn more.

Community Support Workers

A Community Support Worker helps vulnerable people to live happy and independent lives, so it really is one of the most fulfilling and rewarding jobs you can do. Click here to learn more.

Complex Care Nurses

Like community nursing, Complex Care Nurses work in a community setting or the patient’s home. However, unlike traditional community nursing roles, a Complex Care Nurse provides care and attention to just one patient who they see at every shift. Click here to learn more.

Inpatient Healthcare Support Workers

Healthcare Support Workers are one of the largest groups of clinical workers who provide assistance to nurses and doctors in wards and clinics in hospitals, and also within the community. Click here to learn more.

Registered Mental Health Nurses (RMN)

Mental health can be an extremely rewarding field to specialise in. You’ll be helping to break the stigma around mental health, whilst at the same time supporting people with managing and overcoming conditions that can sometimes prevent them from living the lives they want. Click here to learn more.

4 ""midlands partnership"" Jobs
  1. Band 5/6 Mental Health Community Nurse.

    The post holder will be responsible for undertaking clinical assessments, in accordance with the clinical pathway, in order to establish the person's needs, goals, risks...

    • West Midlands, GBR
    • £15 - £35 per Hour
    • Temporary
  2. Complex Care Nurse.

    Role: Band 5+ Complex Care Nurse Package details: Summary overview of the complex care needs for the three vulnerable minors (one nurse per patient) The...

    • West Midlands, GBR
    • £19 - £45 per Hour
    • Band 5
    • Temporary
  3. Band 6 Mental Health Prison Nurse.

    This will involve being responsible for managing their own caseload, including assessments, care planning, delivering interventions and reviewing care of patients located within the prison...

    • West Midlands, GBR
    • £23 - £31 per Hour
    • Band 6
    • Temporary
  4. Band 5/6/7 Mental Health Nurses *High Rates*

    MPFT require a number of mental health nurses to work in variety of settings including, Community, Prisons, CAMHS, Crisis and ad-hoc inpatient/wards. Please see list...

    • West Midlands, GBR
    • £15 - £45 per Hour
    • Temporary

Together, we make life better for our communities

Once on board, you’ll be part of a team which is empowered and supported to deliver care in a way which is consistent with MPFT’s values:

  • Putting people at the heart of what we do
  • Empowering people to improve care and wellbeing
  • Delivering better health, better care in partnership

And, if you’re looking to further your career, working at MPFT can help you develop your professional skills and qualifications. Becky, a Ward Manager at MPFT, says: “When I was first training, my mentor, Ann, always said take every opportunity that is offered, and I have really embraced this. My managers have always been very supportive and encouraged me to apply for posts, even if it was just for interview experience. Nursing is hard work, but very rewarding and offers real career satisfaction. The NHS offers lots of opportunities to develop and grow, with different roles and training available.


Initiatives that bring positive change to our NHS

Committed to equality and inclusion, MPFT is shaped by feedback from its staff and promotes a range of innovative initiatives including:

  • In Our Gift, which focuses on collectively re-imagining the future of MPFT and what’s possible by coming together to share best practices and creating a community network through social collaboration
  • Love Awards, which recognises members of staff who have brought MPFT’s values to life to help make life better in communities
  • Freedom to speak up, which contributes to creating a culture where staff feel engaged and empowered

Be part of an outstanding team

At MPFT, everyone is expected to lead by example, be respectful, honest and trustworthy, caring and compassionate and to always listen and engage. If this resonates with you, and you want to become a valued part of a team that’s committed to making life better for communities across the trust’s region, then it’s time to apply for your next rewarding role.


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