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SHEFFIELD HEALTH AND SOCIAL CARE
NHS FOUNDATION TRUST

Sheffield Health and Social Care NHS Foundation Trust offers a comprehensive range of specialised health and social care services to improve the emotional, physical, and social well-being of the community's residents.

Services include:

  • Services for adults with drug and alcohol misuse problems

  • Psychological therapies for people with mild and moderate mental health problems

  • Community-based mental health services for people with serious and enduring mental illness

  • Services that support people with a learning disability and their families and carers

  • In-patient mental health services for adults and older people

  • Specialist services including: Rehabilitation services for people with brain injuries or those living with the consequences of a long-term neurological condition, assertive outreach services for homeless people and members of the traveller community, perinatal mental health services and gender dysphoria services, services for people with eating disorders

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KNOW THE LOCATION

Sheffield is a city and metropolitan borough in South Yorkshire, England, located about 160 miles (260 km) northwest of London. The city lies within the historic county of Yorkshire. However, the area around Beighton and Mosborough, which belongs to the historic county of Derbyshire. Sheffield is situated at the foot of the Pennine highlands, at the point where four streams - Sheaf, Porter, Rivelin, and Loxley running in deep valleys converge to form the River Don.

Education

There are 137 primary schools, 26 secondary schools in Sheffield, of which 10 have sixth forms and a sixth-form college. The city also has five independent private schools. There are also 12 special schools and several Integrated Resource Units in mainstream schools which are, along with all other schools, managed by Sheffield City Council. The Early Years Education and Childcare Service of Sheffield City Council manage 32 nurseries and children's centres in the city. 

At the Library
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Transport 

Bus: There are two main bus operators in South Yorkshire - Stagecoach and First bus. Sheffield has two bus interchanges (bus stations) located on Arundel Gate and Pond Street. 

Tram and tram-train:Super-tram, the tram network in Sheffield and Rotherham, is operated by Stagecoach. Passengers in South Yorkshire are the first in the country to benefit from Tram Trains that will provide a direct service from Sheffield city centre to Rotherham Central and Parkgate, travelling on street tramlines and the national rail network.

Local Trains: Sheffield’s local train network is operated by Northern. It extends into the city’s suburbs across the rest of South Yorkshire and beyond. Other destinations include Manchester, Leeds and Lincoln.

Why should you choose SHEFFIELD HEALTH AND SOCIAL CARE NHS FOUNDATION TRUST?

 

They offer a range of induction programmes, clinical education and professional development with a strong clinical support network and dedicated professional advisors. 

They offer an extensive range of employee benefits, for example:

  • Flexible working

  • Heath and wellbeing

  • Personal development opportunities

  • Social life                                              

  • Career development

  • Annual leave: 27 days upon commencement to the NHS then raising to 33 days after 10 years service.

  • NHS Pension scheme

  • Childcare vouchers

  • Maternity/paternity leave

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