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Human Resources, Education & Training

Do you want to join one of the outstanding NHS organisations in England as part of our award winning team?

Our Trust employs over 18,000 staff, our staff oversee around 1.84 million patient contacts each year, and delivers a range of acute and community services locally, regionally and nationally.

It’s a Trust committed to providing a great staff experience, ensuring a focus on engagement, inclusion and belonging, prioritising the health and wellbeing of colleagues and providing opportunities which support development, innovation and change.

These are exciting times as we continue to maximise our contribution, evolve our function and enhance our profession in the coming years, in line with the NHS ‘HR Futures’ vision. 

Following significant investment in both our education facilities and to expand our team we have a number of new opportunities across the team. 

To find out more about the roles we have across Human Resources, Education & Training please see below. 

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HR Advisory Services, including Medical Staffing

Education, Training and Workforce Development

People Resourcing

People Systems and Data

Staff Experience and Engagement

If you would like to discuss any of these roles – the following individuals are your point of contact:

HR Advisory Services

Christine Mann, Head of Workforce Advisory Services, or 0191 2820303

Medical Staffing

Colin Sakhe, HR Advisor-Medical, or 0191 2820477 

Claudia Sweeney, Senior HR Advisor, or 0191 2820588

Education, Training and Workforce Development:

Gill Long, Associate Director of Education and Workforce Development, or 0191 2139546

Julie Raine, Deputy Head of Workforce Development, or 0191 2448909

Lesley Gray, Senior Workforce Development Officer (Resuscitation), or 0191 2825793

Workforce Engagement and Information Systems:

Donna Watson, Head of Workforce Engagement and Information Systems,, 0191 2829146

Rachel Cockburn, HR Manager – Recruitment, or 0191 2824964 (People Resourcing Posts)

We welcome job applications from people of all backgrounds and particularly encourage applications from Black, Asian and minority ethnic candidates as they are currently under-represented in our workforce as well as other under-represented groups such as disabled candidates.  

We are proud to be a Disability Confident Employer, a Stonewall Diversity Champion, a Gold award from the Defence Recognition Scheme, are delighted to support Apprenticeships and we are a mindful employer. Applicants who have a disability and meet the essential criteria will be interviewed if they indicate they wish to be considered under the Disability Confident Scheme.

Requests to work flexibly will be given serious consideration ensuring both individual and service needs will be met.

In line with new legislation, all NHS staff and volunteers directly involved in patient facing roles will need to be fully vaccinated with both their first and second Covid vaccines by 1st April 2022. Newcastle Hospitals provides CQC regulated activity and is required to ensure that staff and volunteers comply with these regulations when they come into force. Therefore, staff and volunteers who are appointed to join the Trust working in roles ‘in scope’ of this legislation will be required to evidence their vaccination status as part of the routine NHS Pre Employment checks process.

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