Nottingham University Hospitals NHS Trust
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  • Company size
    5,001 to 10,000
  • Revenue
    £4m to £20m (GBP)
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Rating is calculated based on 61 reviews and is evolving.



Staff Nurse in Qmc
on 14 January 2022
Fast paced just like every other job
I will recommend as it is a lovely place to workThe staff are nice and supportive. Trainings are provided.Although fast paced, the job is fulfilling
Procurement Officer in QMC
on 4 January 2022
Fast paced exciting and rewarding work
Very good hospital to work for-staff very supportive and put patient care first. Can be stressful worked in different departments due to covid. Senior management not as supportive.
Cleaner full time in Nottingham
on 22 July 2021
Loved the cleaning aspect but due to mental health I didn’t like lone working
The cleaning crew were great to start with but if I had any problems they didn’t seem to handle it at all!Didn’t want to leave the job but I felt I had no option due to pressure of lone working for too much for me.The cleaning and touchpoint cleaning was easy and enjoyable just wish I had more support
Sterile Services Technician in Nottingham, Nottinghamshire
on 2 July 2021
If this is the red flag you’re looking for, take it! *does not apply for all departments, some are incredible*
I gave this place every chance to be fair, supportive, and allow work-life balance but it failed on all accounts. Managers will not give you the time of day, and will supply shifts that are almost impossible to do such as 6 early shifts with singular days off and then expect you to do 5 nights. If you have kids or specific needs, you will most likely have those used against you for worse shifts so don’t try to ask for different shifts as it will be countered or ignored. Managers can be heard shouting and arguing, and I was specifically targeted by one for a small error which also resulted in berating comments about my character, and resulted in a huge panic attack. Coordinators are (mostly, bar a couple) on a power trip and will try to control your exact movements and can start to get aggressive with how they argue when you were simply trying to help another colleague with a task. If you have any form of disability or need adjustments, please don’t work here as they will not accommodate you. This does not just go for me, almost the entire department feels the same and the turnover rate is horrific. The colleagues are the best part, they really are lovely and try their best with an uncooperative management team. The technicians truly need more appreciation for what they do! Other departments in the hospital are absolutely wonderful, but please do avoid this one.
Cleaner in Nottingham city hospital
on 13 May 2021
Its a good place to work
Over the past twenty years it has given me a very secure job role within the NHS good rates of pay enhancements for weekends unsociable hours pay great pension and reduced travel to work scheme .

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