1. Our commitment to sustainability

We are committed to combatting climate change and see it as central to the wellbeing of our staff and service users. We have already begun to replace our fleet of diesel vehicles with zero emission electric vans, introduced e-bikes for staff to use and planted trees and wildflowers at a number of our sites. 


2. Flexible working

Supporting staff to balance their work and home life is really important, so we offer flexible working arrangements which take into account your personal circumstances.

3. Heath and wellbeing

Our staff are our most important asset, which is why we make sure we do everything we can to help improve their physical and mental health and wellbeing. Some of the staff wellbeing support we offer includes Mindfulness sessions, confidential counselling, mentoring and a free fast-track physiotherapy service.

4. Variety of services

We provide mental health, learning disability, substance misuse, dementia and specialist services in the Sheffield region - which means there's lots of different areas to get involved in! Our nurses have the chance to do rotations in different wards and our Bank Office offers the chance to oick up shifts and gain experience in different services.

5. Personal development opportunities

We offer a range of opportunities for personal and professional development, training and learning both within our organisation and with local and national training providers.

6. Social life

There's lots of opportunities to get social with your colleagues across the Trust - like our 5K fun run, football and running groups, choir and various fundraising initiatives. We also have a thriving selection of staff network groups you can join. 

7. Research

We have a dedicated Research Development Unit who support the delivery of research in many of our services. We actively encourage staff to get involved in research and join our network of clinical research champions.

8. Diversity, inclusion and fairness

We have a thriving BAME Staff Network Group, open to all staff who do not identify as White British. Our annual Working Together Conference brings staff from all backgrounds across the organisation together and our BAME mentoring programme gives staff the chance to be mentored by one of the executives on our Board of Directors. We also have an established international health partnership with mental health services in Gulu, Northern Uganda, which offers a range of opportunities for staff to get involved.

9. Exciting future

We are undergoing lots of exciting changes, including moving our headquarters and developing new therapeutic environments for our service users to receive the right care, in the right place, at the right time.

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