We're one of the largest community healthcare providers in the country, employing more than 4,500 staff and caring for more than two million people across London and Hertfordshire.

We would love you to join us to help make a real difference in the communities we work in, bringing care closer to home.

We support our staff to from the point of entry to develop their careers so that they can reach their potential in a supportive, rewarding and inclusive environment, while continuing to deliver innovative and compassionate healthcare for our communities.

CLCH is:

  • a Disability Confident committed employer
  • a NHS Pastoral Care Quality Award Winner
  • a Living Wage Employer as accredited by the Living Wage Foundation, having met the standards set by Citizens UK

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  • Latest jobs
    Take a moment to browse our current permanent vacancies.
  • Bank workers
    We have a number of opportunities for bank, or temporary staff, working in a range of roles across the areas we serve.
  • Volunteering
    Want to make a difference in your community, meet new people and gain great skills? Come and Join our Volunteer team at Central London Community Healthcare Trust and help us deliver outstanding service for patients in our community.
  • Equal opportunities, equality and diversity

    We're committed to equal opportunities and ensuring equality and diversity in the workplace. Equality is about treating individuals fairly and ensuring that everyone is valued and has equal rights under the law, with no discrimination on the basis of their protected characteristics i.e. race, gender, disability, religion or belief, sexual orientation and age. 

    At CLCH, we currently have six staff networks that are open to all staff, including bank and agency workers. These networks pioneer inclusive, fun, and engaging ideas and provide a safe space for peer support, consultation on cultural issues and transformation across the trust. Joining a network offers you the chance to participate in and champion equality, diversity and inclusion projects as well as receive specialised knowledge about issues impacting you and your peers.