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The CQC have rated us as an ‘Outstanding’ organisation for Caring with an overall rating of ‘Good’.  We believe in changing lives through giving excellent care that improves people’s mental health. Whether you are a nurse, health support worker or non-clinical professional now is a great time to be part of the KMPT family and join our ‘Outstanding’ team.

We want to attract more safe, skilled, competent and motivated nurses so we can continue providing the highest standards of care. We employ around 3,300 colleagues, ranging from doctors, nurses and allied health professionals to corporate support staff.

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We are a Disability Confident employer, which means that we

  • have undertaken and successfully completed the Disability Confident self-assessment
  • are taking all of the core actions to be a Disability Confident employer  
  • are offering at least one activity to get the right people for our business and at least one activity to keep and develop our people.

The Disability Confident scheme aims to help employers make the most of the opportunities provided by employing disabled people. It is voluntary and has been developed by employers and disabled people’s representatives.

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Return to Practice Nursing

Are you looking to return to mental health nursing following a career break?

If you have worked as a qualified mental health nurse and your NMC registration has lapsed for over 12 months, KMPT can offer you an excellent opportunity to update your skills on a Return to Practice course while working for us. We are looking to recruit nurses to coincide with Return to Practice courses.

The programme lasts 4-6 months, fully funded and supervised by the Trust, and you would work for us as a Band 3. Upon completion, you will be appointed to a Band 5 RMN post.

For further information, please contact Lorraine Jacobs on 01322 622222 ext 3594, or email Lorraine.jacobs@kmpt.nhs.uk.

Take a look at the courses run by Canterbury Christ Church University. There is an open day on 10 October. Find out more.