Careers at Nightingale

98% of Nightingale Hospital patients would recommend us to their friends and family

Nightingale Hospital

Careers at Nightingale Hospital

A career at Nightingale Hospital offers the opportunity to develop your knowledge, skills and life experiences in a fulfilling and compassionate environment. Working in a leading mental health hospital means working amongst innovative, forward thinking and committed professionals in a multi-disciplinary team.

Whether a consultant psychiatrist, doctor, nurse, therapist or within support services such as catering, housekeeping or administration, we all have a crucial role to play in positively changing the lives of others. We offer treatment services in General Psychiatry, Addictions and Eating Disorders, plus specialist services such as Trauma.

Current vacancies

Day Therapy Coordinator (Full Time)

Salary – £30,000 to £35,000 depending on experience
Hours – 37.5 hours per week
Closing Date – 25th March 2018

The post holder will be a qualified Nurse or Therapist who coordinates and manages the day therapy patients within the hospital.

Staff Nurse, RMN – General Psychiatry (Full Time & Bank)

Salary: £25,959 to £34,265 depending on experience
Hours: 37.5 hours per week (part time is considered)
Closing Date: On-going

We have posts available on our Male, Female and Mixed Wards for experienced or newly qualified Nurses to join our team and ensure we offer the best patient care possible.

Staff Nurse, RMN – Addictions Unit (Full Time & Bank)

Salary: £25,959 to £34,265 depending on experience
Hours: 37.5 hours per week (part time is considered)
Closing Date: On-going

Our Addictions Unit caters for all types of patients ranging from drug and alcohol dependency to sex and technology addictions.

Senior Staff Nurse, RMN – General Psychiatry (Full Time)

Salary: £30,000 to £35,000 depending on experience
Hours: 37.5 hours per week (part time is considered)
Closing Date: 31st March 2018

We have a vacancy for someone to join our Female General Psychiatry Ward which caters for patients of all ages with a wide array of conditions.

How to Apply

To apply for any of our advertised vacancies, please send your CV and covering letter to

What our team say

“I had not worked in this industry before and it was something that I was interested in doing, so it was a great opportunity to start working here.”

“The standard of service is high while the Hospital serves a good cause; I’m lucky to have so much job satisfaction working at Nightingale Hospital.”

“I would refer a friend to work here as it is a great place to work with a very good atmosphere; in fact I already have referred a friend to work here who now does.”

“I’ve worked at Nightingale Hospital for four years and it is a great place to work. I have friendly and professional colleagues who all care about the work we do, in addition to a supportive manager. I would highly recommend working here.”

“You really get a sense of one team working together at the Hospital – everyone supports each other regardless of their department.”

“The recruitment and induction process into Nightingale Hospital has been seamless and organised, while my new colleagues have been very welcoming, supportive and friendly. From my experience of working here so far, I would absolutely recommend working at the Hospital.”

“I get to learn a lot about mental health. I am usually the first point of contact for a patient so it can be quite rewarding to help them arrange an appointment and put them at ease, as often the patient has never seen a psychiatrist before or had mental health issues so making this process for them easier can be quite gratifying.”

“I get to meet and work with a lot of interesting and talented people at the Hospital.”

“The staff are amazing and really supportive. They take their time to explain any questions you ask. They also point you in the right direction to further develop your knowledge and understanding. I really felt part of the team.”

“Receiving the patient satisfaction feedback with messages of great thanks to the nursing and therapists is a fantastic part of this job.”

We believe our talented people are central to our success and have been accredited by Investors In People in recognition of this.

Open your eyes to new opportunities

Our employment opportunities include nursing, therapy services, finance, administration, maintenance, catering and housekeeping. Whatever the role, we believe in providing a fulfilling, safe and supportive work environment for everyone.

We offer a range of flexible benefits and promote development and training opportunities which included structured training programmes and CPD.

Nightingale Hospital is an Equal Opportunities Employer and ensures equality of opportunity in recruitment, promotion, pay, benefits and training by adopting and following practices that are free from unfair or unlawful discrimination.

All appointments are subject to receipt of a satisfactory Disclosure & Barring Service (DBS) Certificate.

To apply for any of our advertised vacancies, please send your CV and covering letter to

Employee Benefits

We offer a competitive range of benefits:

  • 25 days’ holiday increasing up to 30 days for long service plus bank holidays
  • Generous Company pension scheme with The People’s Pension
  • Generous Company sick pay
  • Annual staff bonus of up to £1000
  • Death in service cover
  • Travel loan scheme
  • Subsidised staff meals
  • Employee Assistance Programme
  • Child care voucher scheme
  • Flexible working

Our values

Nightingale hospital strives to provide excellent mental health care in a safe and welcoming environment. Our multidisciplinary staff work together to treat patients using core values which are entrenched into our ethos.

Core Values - Website Version

Nightingale Misson Statement - Website version


Further information

“When you have a problem and you drink, take drugs or gamble, the problem won’t go away. Stay and tackle the problem”