We dont just
talk the talk
Whether you’re looking for your first role or you’re ready to take the next step in your career, we’re committed to your personal development and helping you to shape your dream career.
You will be part of a children’s, mental health, learning disability or adult community service and will be connected to a speech and language therapy team. You’ll have access to a supportive network of peers. It’s a great place to share learnings, have clinical discussions and explore new therapeutic tools and approaches.
If you’re new to the area, you’re in for a treat. Our Trust covers a wide and varied geographical area so whether you want to be in the city, countryside or at the coast, you’ll be sure to find a place to call home that doesn’t include a long commute.
There’s a lot to do here – whether you’re into shopping and cocktail bars or walks in the countryside or along our beautiful coastline. There’s something for everyone.
Our Humbelievable Promise
We’ll find out what your clinical interests are and support you to access them. You’ll be provided with opportunities for development in specialist areas and regular in-service training.
You’ll get a warm and friendly welcome from our close-knit and supportive teams. Our Speech and Language therapists work within our services, but we also have our own community and meet up regularly to network and share learnings so you’ll feel like a part of not one but two great teams!
We know good work when we see it. We celebrate excellence and promote great work so that we can learn from one another and continually improve our practice.
We help you grow
Looking for your first role? This is a great place to start
Our experienced and passionate team are here to help you progress your career.
Working across our mental health and learning disabilities services you’ll work with children and young people, older adults and those with dementia ensuring you get a broad range of experiences to help you develop your practice.
You’ll find excellent mentoring and supervision structure and a team who wants you to process. We’re interested in finding out what you want to do and will support you to achieve your goals.
As a speech and language therapist you are part of a motivated and committed team to support children, young people and adults with speech, language and communication difficulties.
Karen Griffiths, Principal Speech and Language Therapist
Fancy a chat? Email firstname.lastname@example.org