Community Health & Social Care Services in Redbridge

Recruitment event in Redbridge

Are you looking for a career in an integrated health and social care service? Would you like to work in a multi-disciplinary environment, providing joined up services for people in Redbridge?

NELFT (Redbridge) NHS Foundation Trust is looking for motivated, Community and District Nurses   to join our multi-disciplinary teams.

We are very keen to recruit people living in Redbridge or our neighbouring boroughs. We know we work in a borough where many talented people live-we want the opportunity to work with you. We can provide a range of employment opportunities including flexible opportunities for employment for people who want or need to work flexibly or are perhaps returning to the workplace.

We will also be holding a recruitment fair on

  • When: Saturday 24th March 2018
  • Where: Community Health and Social Care Service, Seven Kings, Aldborough Road North Ilford, IG2 7SR
  • Time: 10am to 4pm

 We are keen to recruit to posts including:

When we will be interviewing people who have applied for posts. If you would like to talk to staff about the posts, please come along and we may be able to offer you an interview on the day.

For an informal chat please call:

  • Valerie Murray 07939 193 313

About Community Health and Social Care services in Redbridge
Managed by NELFT NHS Foundation Trust through a partnership with London Borough of Redbridge Adult Social Services, we deliver an integrated community health and adult social care service. The new service started on 4th April 2016, offering:

An enhanced ‘front door’ with a single point of access providing

  • Comprehensive advice and signposting informed by good local knowledge;
  • Rapid processing of health and social care referrals 
  • Crisis and quick intervention where necessary; and
  • Initial well-being assessment delivered by skilled Wellbeing Officers.

Locality based multi-disciplinary teams in four localities that deliver

  • A clear pathway developed with stakeholders including people who use the service;
  • A focus on person centred holistic support planning to maintain independence by promoting health and wellbeing;
  • A joint assessment approach,  which covers both health and social care needs; and
  • A single point of contact for people and their carers.