AImage with text: We've got it 'ticked': Excellent career, great career development, variety of London locations, support with accommodation, job done!t CLCH we want to help you become part of a great team, develop your knowledge, skills and abilities and provide great opportunities for you to progress within the Trust.

This is our employment offer to you:


We know it can be expensive living and working in London.  CLCH can help source accommodation from Catalyst housing and/or an interest free rent deposit loan. This means that for a new Band 5 nurse, you can expect to have between £600-£700 a month to play with after rent, bills and travel.

We offer a range of other benefits and discounts such as annual leave, a NHS pension and salary sacrifice options such as cycle to work and childcare vouchers.


From day one, you will be given the tools to support your development. For example, a band 5 nurse will work through a development programme with an assigned Practice Development Nurse. You will have an assigned mentor who will support and encourage you to achieve your competencies within 18 months.

During this time, you will have time to sit down and appraise your role and identify training needs that will help you meet agreed objectives.  


At CLCH, we are developing  career pathways that will allow you to understand what roles are out there and what learning and experience you will need to gain to progress up the career ladder. Check out Ivy’s testimonial on her experience working for CLCH. The pathway will focus on urgent care, community nursing, bedded services, health visiting, school nursing and children’s community nursing.

We offer other options that will support you in your career.  If you want to chat further about possible employment options with CLCH, please do give our HR team a ring on 0330 024 0330. Why not arrange a visit with one of our managers who will only be too happy to talk through opportunities available within CLCH.

Check out our video about Darren Jones, Associate Director of Quality and his nursing journey: