Shortlisted for Nursing Times Workforce Award

Dudley and Walsall Mental Health shortlisted for Nursing Times Workforce Award

Dudley and Walsall Mental Health Partnership NHS Trust has received national recognition from the Nursing Times Workforce Awards by making this year’s shortlist.

The Trust has been successfully shortlisted in the category of Best Place to Work for Employee Satisfaction.

The Trust developed a staff engagement programme and saw some of its best ever National NHS Staff Survey results in 2017. The results showed that their overall staff engagement score increased to 3.94 against a sector score of 3.79 and the Trust was also of the top performing mental health trusts in many areas of the survey.

“I am so proud of all the hard work that has been undertaken to help improve the way we engage with staff as a Trust and the positive way in which staff have responded to this by taking the opportunity to “talk to” the Trust. It’s great to see this being recognised at a national level,” said Staff Engagement Lead and Freedom to Speak Up Guardian Michael Hirons.

Winners will be announced on Thursday 4th October at the awards ceremony in London.

The Trust offers exciting and rewarding career opportunities in a variety of fields such as nursing, psychiatry, counselling, pharmacy, accounting, IT, estates and facilities or workforce development and training. To see the vacancies available visit http://jobs.dwmh.nhs.uk/