As members of the Mayor’s Skills Academies Programme, we are working with our partners across South West London to help people hardest hit by the pandemic, people who are out of work and people from under represented communities find jobs and careers in health and care services in the NHS, social services and the community and voluntary sector.
We can help you to get training and work experience you need to develop your skills. We can also help you find the right role for you in the NHS and support you with your job application.
Improving engagement and access
Improving engagement and access for South West London residents. Through targeted engagement and informed reach to improve recruitment and simplifying the language and content of adverts, job descriptions and person specifications.
Improving social mobility
Improving social mobility by developing intelligence of current workforce in our most deprived wards to understand the existing skill set and link to available opportunities and needs through continuing professional development, specific functional skills development, shadowing, and promotion into a new role in a different area.
Project based work experience
Project based work experience could offer potential candidates a more tangible experience to help with finding work and to support managers with workload.
Help with applying for jobs in the NHS
There is lots of support available for people applying for jobs in the NHS.
Find out which career is right for you
There are more than 350 different careers in the NHS. Many work with patients while others work behind the scenes. What they all have in common is that they make a difference to people’s lives.
To find the NHS careers that best suit you, all you need to do is answer some simple questions on the NHS careers survey.
Find out about different roles and meet some of the 25,000 people already working in the NHS in South West London in our hospitals, community services and primary care.