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A great place to work

Our dedicated and talented staff make it their mission to provide outstanding care for our patients.

If you want to be part of our exceptional team, take a look at our current vacancies to find the job for you.

Current vacancies
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Your career

As part of one of the largest and most engaged workforces in the NHS you'll have access to our unrivalled training and development programmes. 

We want the best people to join us, learn with us and grow with us, so whether you're in a clinical or non-clinical role we’re committed to creating a supportive and inclusive culture in which you can progress and be your best.

Be your best with us
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We are an inclusive organisation 

Promoting diversity, equality, accessibility and inclusion is at the heart of everything we do for our patients and how we make our trust a great place to work.

We welcome people from all backgrounds. Our fair recruitment practices offer equal access to employment opportunities and our staff networks enable everyone's voice to be heard.

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Wellbeing and support

We are committed to ensuring all of our 25,300 staff feel valued and have the support they need to do their job to the best of their ability.

Our health and wellbeing programme is one of the most comprehensive in the NHS and provides a wide range of benefits and support to help in your professional, personal and family life.

Support and benefits
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Be part of something exceptional

We’ve been at the forefront of medical innovation for hundreds of years. A career at Guy’s and St Thomas’ gives you the opportunity to learn from the best, and the inspiration and support to shape our future.

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The home of modern nursing

We've been at the forefront of nursing and midwifery ever since Florence Nightingale established the first professional nursing school in the world at St Thomas' Hospital in 1860. 

Nurses and midwives make up the largest part of our workforce, and we offer unparalleled opportunities for career progression and development.

Nursing and midwifery

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