Central and North West London NHS Foundation Trust
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Central and North West London NHS Foundation Trust Careers and Employment

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  • Company size
    5,001 to 10,000
  • Revenue
    £100m to £500m
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Clinical Psychologist
£51,172 per year
Occupational Therapist
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Community Nurse
£34,222 per year
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Finance Assistant in Kilburn, Greater London
on 3 June 2020
Finance assistant
Great place to work for placement year; - Rotation of roles in each department (e.g. payables, receivables, management accounting) -Supportive managers -Good training -Study support (70%) -Good cover when on annual leave
Community staff nurse in London, Greater London
on 2 December 2020
Stressful and used as a number
Opportunity for training is behind as you are always short staffed. Management are not understanding and do not listen to personal issues. An unhappy environment for nursing as everyone is a number and everything you have been promised in your interview does not happen.
Community Nurse in Kingswood
on 25 March 2020
Enjoyable experience
My colleagues were collaborative and made the environment an enjoyable one. The care manager who I directly report too, was kind with an open door policy. She is a visionary care manager, who encouraged everyone to learn and develop. The psychologist, is accommodative and always ready to support the team. I enjoy the weekly meetings were cases are discussed
Group Facilitator and Carer Support in Family Therapy Service
on 29 November 2019
Enjoyable and enriching environment.
My role involved working at different sites so met lots of different clients and staff which I enjoyed. I learned how much better life is when you have a job that you enjoy. I was grateful to work with a collaborative, supportive team. The most difficult part of the job was the red tape and box ticking, data input etc but what was the most rewarding for me was observing the progress in the clients.
Consultant in GA, then in PICU and finally in community in Brent, Greater London
on 12 November 2019
Nice workplace
Don't have much to say I worked at different sites in CNWL consecutively. I established an ECR service, managed their PICU and then worked in the community
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