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Salford Together is at the forefront of transforming neighbourhood and City-wide services in collaboration with the public through Salford’s Big Health and Care Conversation.

Salford Together are now ready to recruit to key roles in our new Crisis Team which will play a crucial role in helping to transform our approach to health and care delivery in Salford. These include Consultant Nurses and Allied Health Practitioners (8B) and Advanced Nurse and Allied Health Practitioners (8A)

The Crisis Team will provide a seven day urgent and timely community response from a clinically led multi-disciplinary team, helping to support adults with a mental health, physical health or social care crisis at home. You will help to shape the service, using your expertise to work in a truly integrated way, and championing our approach to Community based care.

As well as bringing your clinical expertise, you will be a strong team player, an excellent communicator, adaptable, committed, well organised and work well under pressure. You must be able to travel around various community locations delivering care.

To arrange a discussion about these exciting opportunities please contact via email or

Closing date 3rd October 2017

These are permanent roles; however we welcome applications from staff who are interested in shorter term and secondments opportunities.

On behalf of the Salford Together Partnership, Salford Royal NHS Foundation Trust is leading the recruitment of talented and committed people into these key roles. The Trust is a provider of integrated community services including adult social care, and has one of the strongest track records of providing excellent patient care services, and staff satisfaction in the NHS.

Salford Together is a partnership across Primary, Acute and Mental Health, Social Care and Commissioning, which has been working to improve people’s experience of care, health and wellbeing whilst managing resources efficiently to support a financially stable health and care system.

Find out more about the Big Health and Care Conversation.