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Your Career

With over 350 different careers across the system, there has never been a better time to start your career in healthcare at Norfolk and Waveney. There are a number of initiatives that are taking place over the next five years to support people into their career with us.

Creating new opportunities for our people is an essential ambition and is already taking place. As system leaders within N&W, it is important to work together to actively encourage local people to consider and start careers in health and care. This includes young people finishing school and college, those wanting a career change later in life or at different stages of their careers, and those wanting to return to practice.

Over the next five years, we will:

• Develop and implement a collaborative approach for apprenticeships for health and
care roles, at different levels, and actively encouraging local people to apply for the available opportunities for anyone who wants to work in health and care across N&W.

• Targeted recruitment campaigns e.g. furloughed staff, scoping the development of ‘joint bank’ between providers, Bringing Back Staff (BBS) and Student redeployments.

• Promote cross-working to develop and retain staff through apprenticeships across health and care providers. Develop and implement a system level reservist workforce, building on people that were willing to return to practice or provide support during Covid-19.

Click here for more information about starting your career with the NHS.

NHS Jobs

Norfolk County Council recruitment page

NHS Employers

See below of some initiatives to support people across N&W into a career within the Health and Social Care.

Over the next five years, we will:

Junior and Senior Academy

These Academy experiences aim to provide young students 14-18 year old with both life skills and increased confidence and knowledge into a variety of healthcare careers.

Step into Work

Step into Work Programme is an interactive virtual work experience programme for Job Seekers aged 19+.

Training Nursing Associate

The Nursing Associate is a highly trained support role designed to deliver effective, safe and responsible nursing care in and across a wide range of health and care settings.

Job Opportunities

Find out more about the latest job opportunities within Norfolk and Waveney and begin your journey with us!

”What we wanted to do was draw smiley faces on our masks just so everybody knew we were trying to smile. And nine times out of ten we were smiling because there was an incredible sense of spirit and team work.”

Rebecca, Consultant for Older People’s Medicine
Norfolk and Norwich University Hospital NHS Foundation Trust

Your Career

Whether you’re finishing school or college, or thinking of a change – take a look at our resources to help you on your way.

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Your Future

From training and development to leadership programmes we want to see you flourish in your career.

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Our People

Meet the people and hear stories from those who make Norfolk and Waveney what it is.

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You can read the full document on the links below.

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350 Careers One NHS Your Future

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Roles and Careers in Health and Social Care

A guide to future careers

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