Working for us

Join our Emergency Department Team

Come and work with us and help build our future. As a Trust we are part of the national New Hospital Programme and we're looking for bright, talented people to join us and help make our Emergency Department one of the best in the country. The team are committed to providing the highest quality of emergency care and making it an outstanding place to work, where staff can flourish.

Our Emergency Department covers a population of 500,000 people and last year we had approximately 72,000 attendances. The department consists of four areas : a minor injuries unit, major's area, a resuscitation area and an observation unit. The unit also has a procedures room and two relative rooms.

Joining our Emergency Department team

We are recruiting for a range of roles in our Emergency Department, and we are also keen to support Advanced Nursing Practitioners (ANPs), Emergency Nurse Practitioners (ENPs), Physiotherapists and Paramedics who have advanced qualifications to join the team of senior nurses and provide clinical management to the patients predominantly in minors.

If you would like to be part of our proactive Emergency Department team and have the enthusiasm and motivation to make a difference, please take a look at our current vacancies below and submit your application:


Enjoy a rewarding nursing career in ED

Do you want to develop your clinical skills and build a professional portfolio that will enhance your nursing career? If yes, apply for our staff nurse roles. We have full and part-time hours available.

Due to successful promotions within the Emergency Department we have the opportunity to recruit more registered nurses to join our innovative Emergency Department nursing team.

We are constantly review roles and clinical scope with the emergency care environment, and are just about to launch 'the Emergency Department Big Room', which is a quality improvement initiative following the Sheffield FLOW methodology so that all staff can be actively involved in quality improvements.

Investing in your development

We have a strong commitment to developing our staff and are delighted to offer the following:

  • Daily teaching programme - learn clinical skills such as suturing, X-ray ordering
  • Senior nurse mentorship
  • Dedicated Clinical Practice Facilitator
  • Consultant nurse
  • Enhanced orientation and education programme to help you extended your clinical skills
  • Well-being and personal support
  • Opportunity to be part of the many quality improvement projects that we facilitate in-house with support from the Quality Improvement Centre

What's new in ED?

Introducing the new Red Resus Area

Red Resus Opening

We are incredibly proud to have opened a new area in ED called Red Resus. This area provides additional resilience to manage and treat infectious patients who are critically unwell, and to perform high-risk procedures on infectious patients. It also gives the department the capacity to safely and effectively manage future pandemics or surges in highly-contagious diseases without compromising patient or staff safety.

'Red Resus' is now the designated area for all resus patients in the Emergency Department and allows for the treatment of patients using aerosol-generating procedures. The area consists of four sealed negative-pressure chambers, three for adults and one for paediatrics, with state-of-the-art equipment and purpose-built donning and doffing rooms.

Interested in joining our Emergency Department team?

Contact us for more information or to arrange an informal visit:

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