Work for us
Join a team to be proud of
If you love a challenge and are looking for an exciting new venture, join our team. Our ethos is working together to provide outstanding healthcare to our community.
We have a role for you
Whatever your interests, skills and qualifications, whether you want a permanent role or something more flexible through our in-house Trust Temps, we have a role for you. Our recruitment team will help you along the way so that your experience of working with us is a great one right from the outset.
Centre of excellence
As a centre of excellence for Neuroscience, Stroke and maternity services, we are continuously seeking to improve the care we provide for patients. We work in partnership with UCLPartners to offer the best training and development programme for our staff.
Transformation in care
We have recently secured a place on a ground-breaking scheme to transform the care we provide for patients - the Virginia Mason Institute Development Programme - and are one of only five Trusts in the country to take part. We are also one of eight new, national, vanguard sites who will help spearhead transformational change in urgent care across the country.
We're driven by our PRIDE values of Passion; Responsibility; Innovation; Drive and Empowerment, which inspire us and keep our patients at the heart of everything we do. We care for a population of around 750,000 and with around 6,500 staff and volunteers working at our Trust, we have a real sense of community and togetherness.
Our major sites – King George Hospital in Goodmayes and Queen’s Hospital in Romford – are in excellent locations, less than 30 minutes from central London, easily accessible to the coast, and even closer to the Essex countryside. Check out our full range of benefits in our Why work for us? section.
Queen's Hospital is located in the London Borough of Havering and, thanks to support from colleagues at the local council, a new website allows you to find our more about what it's like to live and work in Havering.
The first two buddies, Brenda Northcott and Pauline Hills, joined Sunrise B ward on Monday (15 February), helping elderly patients to eat their lunch. They are two of 14 volunteers who have received ...Go to the full story
Staff at Queen’s Hospital and members of a Romford support group donned Bandanas for Brain Tumours Day. The national day was organised by the Brain Tumour Charity to raise awareness of br...Go to the full story
A market stall full of colourful fresh fruit has come to Queen’s Hospital – much to the delight of patients, staff and visitors. Romford Market trader David Perrott will be outside the Ro...Go to the full story