Work for us
Make a positive contribution to improving mental health and wellbeing in north London
Here at Barnet, Enfield and Haringey Mental Health NHS Trust (BEH) we employ more than 3000 staff. Our staff are central to the way we provide excellent patient care. We want to work with people who are professional, caring and respectful. We also want our employees to be passionate about caring for, and supporting, others towards recovery.
If you feel that this is you and you want to be part of a team that values your personal and professional development and contribution, join us and see what the future could hold for you at BEH.
Find out more about job opportunities and what we have to offer on our vacancies page.
Nursing and other opportunities
We are continually recruiting talented and committed staff to further improve our patient care services. There are always exciting and new opportunities available. If you want to make a difference to people’s lives, consider a career with us. Newly qualified and experienced nurses at Barnet Enfield and Haringey Mental Health NHS Trust have the opportunity to work across the full range of service areas.
In addition to specialist inpatient and community mental health services we also provide the following community services in Enfield:
- Community general nursing
- Health visitor
- Paediatric clinics
- School health services
- Adults and older people rehab inpatient and day care
How to apply
Visit our vacancies website and click on the appropriate sector. Alternatively, if you wish to speak to someone directly about what vacancies are available, please contact our recruitment team on 020 8702 5028. Applications are welcome from people wishing to job share or work flexible patterns. We are committed to equal opportunities.
If you are interested in working on the ‘bank’, you can apply by emailing firstname.lastname@example.org
We operate from five main sites, details of which are available on the how to find us pages.
What Team BEH says
Meet the team at the Beacon Centre treating young people with acute and severe mental health illness.
Meet the team at Iris Ward, a specialist unit for adults with an eating disorder.