Sussex Community NHS Foundation Trust
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  • Company size
    1,001 to 5,000
  • Industry
    Healthcare
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Rating overview

Rating is calculated based on 36 reviews and is evolving.
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Reviews

Community Nurse in Bognor Regis
on 29 December 2020
Fast paced interesting stressful
Job changes everyday. Very fast paced and interesting. Never enough time to manage your case list properly so can be stressful. Staff are friendly but don’t have enough time to give much support
HCA in Brighton
on 14 June 2021
Extraordinarily stressful
I left a couple of years ago and would never go back. Whilst it started as a fantastic job with great nurse managers in 2013, in a fairly short space of time it became a stressful nightmare with very poor decisions made by multiple layers of dysfunctional management. Very poor communication between higher level management and frontline staff. One redeeming feature were my wonderful non-managerial colleagues; dedicated, professional and genuinely caring people who gradually all left to work elsewhere because they honestly deserved better.
Community Nurse in Hove, East Sussex
on 25 August 2020
Busy but supportive
Busy workplace and a full day of home visits. Great sense of team working and supportive management. Lots of opportunity for career progression if wanted.
Administration Assistant Time to talk in Horsham, West Sussex
on 3 June 2020
Worst job I have ever had.
At my interview I was told I would receive training for this job before I started in the office , I received no training I picked it up as I went along from other members of staff. Also was advertised as administration assistant, and the job was answering the phone all day . People were self referring and some calls were very challenging. There was very little support from managers, a lot of criticism and I felt bullied. Seeing as this was a mental health service they should have thought more about their staff. I felt totally stressed in this job, and could not wait to leave.
Community Staff Nurse in Crawley, West Sussex
on 25 April 2020
Its ok to work for SCFT
Work place culture is fair Management 50% is good ,the other 50% is low The hardest part of job when working at low capacity without adequate coverage The most enjoyable part of the job is when a request is given a positive response Trousers part of the uniform ,would require better quality that can be worn in winter time, especially for the Twilight & Overnight Services team, current trousers ordered are too thin (poor quality) The overall support is ok and would need individual to be assertive with her/his opinions Understand the explicit & hidden culture and use wisely both Have the knowledge of understanding how to use Pulse for support on wellbeing and access courses

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