We employ over 2000 staff across Cheshire and Merseyside, including community and specialist nurses, therapists, health visitors, school nurses, IT and business intelligence specialists, HR advisors and safeguarding experts.
Our services across Wirral include community nursing, sexual health, community cardiology, walk-in centres, speech and language, teletriage, community dental and end of life care. In Cheshire East we deliver the 0-19 Health and Wellbeing Service which includes health visiting, infant feeding and school nurses. In Knowsley we deliver our 0-25 Health and Wellbeing Service, which includes Health Visiting, Infant Feeding, School Nursing and the Enhancing Families Programme. In St Helens is our 0-19+ Health and Wellbeing Service for local children, young people and families across St Helens.
Whether you’re about to graduate or complete your training, thinking about returning to practice or you are looking for a change, come and talk to us about the jobs we have on offer.
If you share our passion for delivering the best quality care for the people of Cheshire and Merseyside, then we look forward to welcoming you to Team WCHC.
Our common purpose and values
Read our common purpose and values that guide and support the Trust as we deliver high quality health and care services.
We aim to provide each member of staff with a workplace where they are valued, supported and empowered. We are committed to investing in our staff to help them fulfil their potential through a range of training and development opportunities.
We are an equal opportunities employer welcoming, all applications regardless of a person’s age, gender, religion, marital status, sexual orientation or ethnic origin.
The Trust collects, stores and processes personal information about all staff. For more information please read our staff privacy notice (General Data Protection Notice).
Our current vacancies
We advertise our job vacancies via Trac, an online recruitment system. Take your next career step and jump at a new opportunity – join Team WCHC today!
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Thinking of returning to practice as an Allied Health Professional (AHP)
If your circumstances have changed and you are thinking of returning to work we would like to support you on your Return to Practice (RtP) journey to re-register with the Health and Care Professions Council (HCPC).
We have a number of options to support you through the HCPC return to practice requirements; from completing your days of updating as a supportive employer, to paid return to practice and direct transition into a qualified role (dependent on return to the register in an agreed timescale).
We would encourage your application! Explore our current vacancies.
Support for young people
There are a number of programmes aimed at young people to support them in starting their NHS Career.
Step into the NHS programme
Aimed at 14-19 year olds Step into the NHS offers careers information and advice on the range of career opportunities, including finding work experience and jobs, what it’s really like to work in the NHS, how to get started in a career or on the training and study needed to qualify for different jobs.
What can I do with my degree?
This programme is aimed at undergraduates and recent graduates of all disciplines, both clinical and non-clinical. The programme’s website provides up-to-date information about careers and career prospects within the NHS.