Join our team - helping children and young people

Join our team

helping children and young people

Whatever your background, we might have just the right opportunity for you

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Help us make a difference

Join us and help make a difference to children, young people and families.

We’ll provide you with support, education and training to help you develop your skills and expertise. As the largest service of its kind in the country, we can also offer you unrivalled career development opportunities.

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Specialist care for children and young people

We provide specialist mental health care for children, young people and their families, helping people with conditions such as anxiety, eating disorders, psychosis and learning difficulties. We provide services in hospital, specialist community teams, for young people in the youth justice system or looked after in care.

Challenging and rewarding work

You’ll be joining an organisation where you can get involved in driving forward new research to improve patient care. Our services are based upon the ethos of working in partnership with children, young people and their families. The work is challenging, but rewarding.

Great opportunities regardless of your background

You may be newly qualified and ready to start your career, or someone who wants to return to nursing. Perhaps you’re a social worker, medical nurse or working in adult mental health and looking for a change of direction. Whatever your background, come and have a look at the opportunities we have available.

What we can offer you

The chance to make a real difference to the lives of children, young people and families


A role in a dynamic multidisciplinary team


Access to education and training to help you develop in your career


Professional development and supervision


Varied career opportunities in the largest child and adolescent mental health service in the country covering Hampshire, Kent and Medway and Sussex


A role in community service rated 'outstanding' for caring by the Care Quality Commission (May 2015)


The opportunity to be part of one of the UK's University hospital trusts, bringing research, training and clinical care more closely together to improve services