Greater Manchester Mental Health NHS Foundation Trust
3.6 out of 5 stars.
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  • Company size
    1001 to 5,000
  • Industry
    Healthcare
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Mental Health Technician
£34,836 per year
Psychiatrist
£81,690 per year
Consultant
£91,236 per year
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Rating overview

Rating is calculated based on 9 reviews and is evolving.

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Reviews

Occupational Therapy Assistant in Salford, Greater Manchester
on 4 November 2020
Supportive working culture.
Rewarding work. Excellent training & development. Can be stressful & emotionally exhausting. Not well paid for typical roles.It’s possible to make enduring friendships with colleagues, who are generally decent people.
Administration in Acheive bury
on 19 March 2021
Acheive bury is a bullying culture
Stay away everyone working here has quit or off sick. They don't live up to the job description at all. You are shouted at and bullied at Bury Acheive and whatever you do don't ask a question or you will be sacked. Not a nice place to work. Management is dreadful not caring at all. Stay away for your sanity
Mental Health Support Worker in Prestwich, Greater Manchester
on 12 October 2020
Eye opening experience into mental health.
I always wanted to work in Mental Health and this was an ideal place to start that career. I loved working with the other support workers and nursing staff, but management, are shocking. I enjoyed working on different units with patients with different mental health illnesses. Only problem is that following major incidents, management (my ward manager) drag their heels into investigations. Luckily the ward staff have your back in sticky situations. Other than that it is a good place to work.Just be mindful of your own Mental health along the way. Look after yourself too.
Support Worker in Prestwich, Greater Manchester
on 23 April 2020
Good overall.
could do better, alot of good people work there I enjoy working with the staff, it is a very stressful job but also enjoyable. I enjoy doing things with patients and helping them get better so they can move on from us.
Administration Clerk in Manchester
on 28 February 2020
Good employer
Good employer Great training available Great locations in Manchester Annual leave is very good Really relaxed atmosphere to work in Shortage of staff can sometimes prove difficult
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