Work Shadowing (Former Employee) – Chesterfield – 5 October 2018
Two-week work shadowing placement with clinical psychologists and other staff. Learned about NHS structures and was able to observe some patient sessions. Confirmed my desire to seek qualification as a psychologist.
Good work place but has long hours and days, not good for young family’s especially with childcare management understanding and can be flexible but if you don’t make your hours you end up owing the nhs so your basically working for nothing
Recovery and Wellbeing Lead (Former Employee) – Derbyshire – 24 February 2018
I have learnt so much with DHCFT throughout the years and have always had great job opportunities. The culture is one of learning and developing trying to get the balance of person centred care and safety with the people who use the service.
Health Care Practitioner (Current Employee) – Derby, Derbyshire – 15 August 2017
Since starting in this role, I have been disappointed. Poor choice in leadership has been one of the main issues. Failure to follow their own policies in regards to recruitment and retainment has left me feeling undervalued and is prompting me to job search. The best part of the job is the patients that you support.
Team Administrator (Former Employee) – Ilkeston, Derbyshire – 18 April 2017
The team in which I work are a close-knit bunch who look out for each others. My direct managers are easy going and ensure that all staff are well listened to and help tremendously with work-life balance. Although I have no dealings with upper management, I have no criticism to make of them.
NHS Pension Scheme, Agenda for Change Payscales
Possibilities for advancement can be somewhat limiting
Expert Safeguarding children Trainer-2 days (Current Employee) – Derby – 26 March 2016
I enjoy delivering to multi-disciplinary team within Derbyshire health care foundation trust. Training provides me with challenges and opportunities to learn as well as develop other people knowledge and skill in order safeguard vulnerable people .