Careers at Barnet, Enfield and Haringey Mental Health NHS Trust
Specialist Services Jobs Open Day
We are so delighted you are considering coming to work with us at BEH.
Our Specialist Services team is hosting a Jobs Open Day on 22 March, from 4.00pm – 6.30pm in the Kingswood Centre, Chase Farm Hospital.
In Specialist Services we care for people with mental health problems in secure hospitals.
We help people in prison on their journey to recovery.
We provide specialist support to people with alcohol or drug problems.
Our community services support people to rebuild their lives.
We are looking for psychologists, occupational therapists, nurses, healthcare assistants and speech and language therapists to join our team.
If you’re curious, come and see us at the Specialist Services Jobs Open Day. Register to attend here.
You will meet our diverse, dedicated team, find out about the range of roles on offer and hear how our work makes a real difference to patients’ lives.
4.00pm – 5.30pm – Meet our team
5.30pm – 6.00pm – Hear from our team
6.00pm – 6.30pm – Ask our team questions
Our staff say that it feels like being part of a family.
You can read our team’s stories here.
Listen to our staff talk about what it’s like to work here.
Come and spend an hour with us, it could change your life.
The Specialist Services Jobs Open Day is in the Kingswood Centre, Chase Farm Hospital, The Ridgeway, Enfield, EN2 8JL
Travelling to Chase Farm Hospital
The nearest railway station is Gordon Hill.
A shuttle bus from Gordon Hill to Chase Farm Hospital will run every 15 minutes.
Parking is available at Chase Farm hospital.
We’ve made an animation about what it’s like to work here, take a look.
We’ve got lots to offer in a truly diverse and vibrant workplace. People say working at BEH is like joining a large supportive family.
With locations at the heart of our community, we know this means shorter commutes and working closer to home can help colleagues to have a better work/life balance.
We offer flexible working too, which can fit around family and caring responsibilities, or training and development.
You receive a generous annual leave entitlement, the NHS pension scheme, and other financial benefits, such as a relocation package for clinical roles above band 5 and a recruitment and retention payment for CAMHS nurses in bands 5 to 7.
We offer fantastic personal development opportunities through the Aspiring Leaders and Developing Leaders programmes.
There’s a range of lifestyle benefits as well, such as childcare schemes, staff discounts, a cycle to work scheme and free eye tests.
Whatever you are looking for, you will be joining a supportive, friendly team, offering varied and interesting roles, with opportunities for career progression.
#TeamBEH is regulated, or checked, by the national healthcare regulator, the Care Quality Commission (CQC). And our rating is ‘Good’ which is an improved position from our last inspection. And we want you to join us so we can get to ‘Outstanding’. That’s the top rating we could achieve. Do you want to be part of that?
Find out more about job opportunities at http://jobs.beh-mht.nhs.uk
In an interview with the Health Service Journal, our joint CEO explains how she felt she needed to prove herself when vying for top-level roles while others landed jobs based on their potential alone.
What our staff say
Prabhdeep Dosanjh, Healthcare Assistant tells us what she enjoys most about her role at the Beacon Centre.
Sancha Bernard, Staff Nurse tells us more about her role at the Iris Ward, a specialist unit for adults with eating disorders.
Ashton Dublin, Service Manager at the Iris Ward tells us what supports he receives from his team.