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This page is about working as a member of staff with the trust.

It explains about some of the jobs that are on offer and the training you can get.

Share Our Vision

We’re looking for committed, compassionate staff to join the team at what will quickly become one of the world’s most technically-advanced hospitals.

When the £335million new Royal opens, we will launch with it a new, unique way of caring. Every patient will benefit from enhanced privacy in their own private room. That gives staff a tremendous opportunity to care with privacy and dignity and to make families feel very much a part of their loved ones’ care.

Our core values will not change. You will share in our values of being professional, patient-centred, open and engaged, collaborative and creative. Our number one priority will continue to be to deliver an exceptional patient experience, making our Trust one of the most sought-after places to be treated.

The facilities and technology we have at our disposal, together with the quality of our teams, will enable us to make this happen. We will use some of the world’s most advanced patient-monitoring-technology, which will use electronic bedside observations and a desktop dashboard to signpost care to those patients who need it most.

So staff joining us this year will be working towards a new model of care in facilities that will feel and look different, but is designed and built to optimise the impact of all of the skills and commitment you will bring.

Opportunities to progress

Jo Marinas is living proof of the opportunities available to nurses working at Royal Liverpool & Broadgreen University Hospitals NHS Trust.

He came to the UK in 1999 after working in the Middle East. He went through the United Kingdom Central Council (UKCC) for Nursing, Midwifery and Health Visiting adaptation programme and became registered in March 2000.

After working as a Staff Nurse for a couple of years, he moved on to be a Nurse Practitioner, which at that time was introduced to meet the European Working Time Directive for junior doctors. He also went to complete a Master’s degree in Healthcare Practice Development at Liverpool John Moores University.

In pursuit of gaining further management experience, he went to work at another Trust but decided to return to his home – the Royal Liverpool and Broadgreen University Hospitals NHS Trust – as Clinical Skills Training Manager.

He has developed a clinical skills training service and supported undergraduate and postgraduate learners in their respective training programmes. Jo is now the Trust’s Head of Professional and Practice Development and will welcome all new nurses to Liverpool. Watch the video for more of his story.

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