Newcastle upon Tyne NHS Trust Careers and Employment
Salary estimated from 5.8K employees, users, and past and present job advertisements on Indeed.
£36,605 per year
£27,579 per year
£19,275 per year
Physicians & Surgeons
£46,238 per year
£93,607 per year
£78,039 per year
Accounts Assistant in Newcastle upon Tyne, Tyne and Wear
on 9 July 2018
Good place to work, not room for progression
friendly staff, but too many Jobs cuts for progression Well place close to metro stations and buses Pay was okay, could of been higher would recommend
Staff Nurse Band 5 in Newcastle upon Tyne
on 21 November 2019
The only perk is the pension
No support for newly qualified nurses, did not receive an appraisal. Poor quality equipment which kept crashing - frustrating. Learned a lot on the job but received no guidance. Management and workplace has a backstabbing and bullying mentality. Litigation culture, shifts and lack of guidance were the hardest parts. Job dissatisfaction as lack of support mixed with temperamental equipment made me frustrated that I could not give the patients my best. Pay not good enough for the job role. Too much expected of nurses in one shift. Patients and some colleagues were nice. Too much paperwork and not enough bedside care.
Security Officer in Royal Victoria Infirmary
on 10 October 2019
Extremely Poor leadership
Worked as security officer at Newcastle NHS trust for over two years.Management was extremely poor and had no interest in staff safety or wellbeing as security staff were regularly assaulted with no after support or backing from Management,so many issues were ignored and hidden by management to give the appearance of a better working environment to Senior Managers.it is no wonder why the NHS is in such a mess.
Director of Estates - Engineering & Facilities in Newcastle upon Tyne
on 6 October 2019
Fantastic environment to work. Staff Flourishing a cornerstone of the culture. A pride like no other is what you will experience. A second outstanding assessment by the CQC. It really is a great place to work and flourish
Medical device engineer in Newcastle upon Tyne, Tyne and Wear
on 14 May 2018
Some managers were great but one in particular not so.
I had a great time during my apprenticeship at this trust. The staff were very warm and welcoming. I had a very good relationship with my managers, except for one. The manager i did not get along with was very unproffesional. He would ask you to do a task (easy or most of the time hard) then take all credit to whom jad tasked him the job. He was a bully.
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