We have launched a new film to showcase our services, the outstanding care our teams provide, and the incredible journey we on to transform mental health services for the communities we serve in south west London. Our Trust mission is Making Life Better Together.
Come and join our inclusive, caring and dedicated community. Visit our vacancies page for more information. Our amazing staff are what makes South West London and St George’s such a special place and we are proud to have a 2,800-strong team of committed, passionate individuals who work hard for our patients and the wider community every day.
We are one of the most diverse organisations in the NHS and are working together to create an organisation in which we all belong and one which celebrates our diversity, promotes equity, and is actively working towards being anti-racist.
Our new Trust film is part of our ‘Proud to Belong’ recruitment campaign which shines a light on some of the many incredible staff we have working here, and the people and carers who we care for and support on their recovery journey.
We are recruiting now to a huge and diverse range of roles across our clinical and corporate services. Find your new career among our wide variety of job openings and join our brilliant teams.
The staff who feature in our new film share what makes them proud to belong at South West London and St George’s:
I am so privileged to be the Chief Executive of South West London and St George’s. This Trust has been part of my life for the last 24 years. I trained here as a nurse and the only reason I get out of bed in the morning is to make things better for people with mental health conditions in the communities that we serve. - Vanessa Ford, Chief Executive.
“I’m very fortunate to have worked with highly skilled professionals who have supported me through the years to develop and grow. I joined the Trust as a newly qualified nurse less than four years ago and am now the proud manager of Wisteria Ward. My team are phenomenal, and I’m honoured to work alongside them.” - Catherine Oyenola, Ward Manager, Wisteria Ward.
“I really enjoy the opportunity to work with like-minded people who are passionate about supporting people to build meaningful working lives. Helping people to achieve their employment goals and seeing the difference it makes to their mental health and recovery is so rewarding.” - Ian Jordan, Employment Specialist, Wimbledon Recovery and Support Team.
“I joined Talking Therapies as an intern in 2021 and have loved it from day one. With the help and support of my manager and colleagues, my internship turned into a full-time position and in 2022 I was promoted to Sutton Talking Therapies’ Wellbeing Lead. I’m proud to be part of such a vital service that empowers and gives people the tools they need to proactively look after their own mental health and wellbeing.” - Leo Bell, Wellbeing Lead, Sutton Talking Therapies.
“I joined the Trust as a healthcare assistant and was supported to take on the role of activity coordinator for Bluebell Ward. I’m proud to be part of such a unique and specialist service caring for some of the most vulnerable members of our deaf communities. Being deaf myself, I feel that part of my job is to be a positive role model, helping to build people’s confidence so they can live happy, independent lives outside of hospital.” - Paz Jordan, Activity Co-ordinator, Bluebell Ward.