Tees, Esk and Wear Valleys NHS Foundation Trust
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About the company

  • CEO
    Brent Kilmurray
    78%
    approve of Brent Kilmurray's performance
  • Founded
    2006
  • Company size
    5,001 to 10,000
  • Revenue
    £75m to £365m (GBP)
  • Industry
    Hospitals & Health Clinics
  • Link
    Tees, Esk and Wear Valleys NHS Foundation Trust website
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Reviews

Registered Mental Health Nurse in Teesside, North Yorkshire
on 14 May 2022
Interesting
I loved working for TEWV. I did it for 30+ yrs.If you like and care about people it can be a very rewarding career.No 2 days the same and a privilege to share some tough moments in people's lives.You have to be able to balance compasion with resilience.Be able to bounce back and stay positive and optimistic- when in challenging situations.It isn't for everyone - but it's a great job.
Forensic Health Care Assistant in Middlesbrough
on 12 April 2022
Awful
Very stressful, poorly run organisation.Always under staffed with long working hoursMinium wage paid for a role that is challenging and sometimes dangerous.Inadequate training, left on a ward by myself 3 days into job with no training in restraint or safety
Healthcare Assistant in Middlesbrough
on 21 March 2022
Good Place to Work
I worked here since I was 19 years old and loved it. The pay is good, you get enhancements (Hourly Wage +30% On Saturdays or Nights, or Hourly Wage +60% On a Sunday.) The management are good, and will happily send you to occupational health or a staff retreat if needed. The one downside is that they have a strict sickness policy, so if you do have an underlying health condition/disability, tell them after you accept the job offer before you start. Overall a lovely place to work, staff are usually very kind and welcoming.
HR Team in Middlesbrough
on 22 February 2022
Good support and culture
Love the team and the opportunity to grow and develop. Able to use existing knowledge and approach work how best suited to you individually. Although job can be pressurised and workloads are high, well-being is high on the agenda and management are open to discussing supportive interventions. Has been different not being with the team in person the last 2 years - but huddles and team support is helping us through. Miss the vast knowledge that was shared when in the office. Good sharing of knowledge and encouragement at all times
CAMHS Clinician in Darlington
on 10 January 2022
Very heirarchical and senior management don't tend to listen
I worked at Tees, Esk and Wear Valleys NHS Foundation Trust from 2013 to 2020 and generally found senior management unwilling to listen, always ready to offset their own management responsibility to lower ranking members of staff. I use the word 'rank' deliberately as their is a culture of heirarchy and, essentially, regimentation.

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