Hampshire Hospitals NHS Foundation Trust Careers and Employment
- Company size501 to 1,000
Hampshire Hospitals NHS Foundation Trust serves a population of approximately 600,000 people across Hampshire and parts of west Berkshire.
This includes people living in Andover, Basingstoke, Eastleigh and Winchester as well as the surrounding towns and villages across Hampshire and parts of west Berkshire including Tadley to the north; Alton and Bordon to the east; Romsey and Chandlers Ford to the south, Stockbridge, Bishops Waltham and Alresford.
Hampshire Hospitals NHS Foundation Trust came into being in January 2012 as a result of the integration of Basingstoke and North Hampshire NHS Foundation Trust, which achieved Foundation Trust status in 2006, and Winchester and Eastleigh Healthcare Trust. It is an NHS provider and care is free at the point of delivery.
Hampshire Hospitals NHS Foundation Trust employs around 8,600 staff and has a turnover of over £500 million a year. There are around 15,000 public and staff members. As a Foundation Trust it has directly accountable to its members through the governors. Council of Governors represent the interests of their constituencies and influence the future plans of the Foundation Trust.
Salary estimated from 29.5K employees, users, and past and present job advertisements on Indeed.
HHFT over employ people in almost every department. Result - lots of people stood round talking and gossiping about whoever takes their fancy. Wages are terrible for all admin roles , work is dull and repetitive. Mostly filing and transporting things around the hospital. Staff constantly talk about “Agenda for Change” payscales !
A very good trust to work with. Management is quite concerned about your growth. There are loads of training to take to improve your skills. Very lovely staff as well
A lot of nurses treat carers badly, they will expect you to run around for them and help patients alone, whilst they sit at their computers. You end up feeling overworked and undersupported. Some wards are better than others. As bank you get to chose where you work, but a lot of the time they move you to cover understaffed wards, you leave feeling exhausted.
Good place to work , supportive team and management. Have a good work life balance. Good for someone looking for flexible working hours . Not a great paymaster .
Poor place to work, staff badly cared for by very poor management. They play at doing things right but everything is just a tick box exercise. NHS is a good organisation but each trust is autonomous and each department has autonomy within the trusts. Depressing!
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