Set in the beautiful Northamptonshire countryside, Kettering General Hospital Trust has a reputation for being a friendly, caring place to work and the staff bank has a big part to play in filling in the gaps in shifts across the trust.
Great for the trust, great for the staff
As a specialist in setting up and managing staff banks for NHS trusts, the knowledge and investment which Bank Partners can bring will help save the trust money by reducing the need to hire staff from expensive agencies.
We do this by making sure it’s as easy as possible for NHS workers to join the bank and book shifts; by planning ahead for times or specialisms we know will see high demand and by recruiting into the bank from both Kettering’s current workforce and further afield.
We know that all the current bank staff are all doing an amazing job and we’re looking forward to working with them all to provide even better service and support.
Find out more about the new Kettering staff bank here.
Where is it?
Kettering is a town in Northamptonshire, about 80 miles from London with a growing commuter population thanks to its fast train links to London. The nearest towns are:
Wellingborough 10 miles
Northampton 15 miles
Leicester: 25 miles
Bedford: 30 miles
What are the transport options?
Rail: Rail services are regular both to and from St Pancras International in London, but Kettering is also linked to Corby, Leicester, Nottingham, Derby and Sheffield to the north and Wellingborough, Bedford and Luton to the south.
Roads: The A14 links the town with the A45 dual carriageway, M1 and M6 motorways. Meanwhile, the A43 links Kettering with Corby and Northampton and the A509 (Kettering/Wellingborough Road) links with Wellingborough.
Buses: Stagecoach and Centrebus both run bus services within the town and beyond to Wellingborough, Northampton, Milton Keynes and many other local destinations.
Kettering is home to the United Kingdom's oldest theme park, Wicksteed Park. The town and its surrounding villages also have a large number of schools and both sixth form and higher education colleges.
The town is also home to Kettering Rugby Football Club (KRFC) who play in the Midlands 1st Division.
Kettering's Heritage Quarter houses the Manor House Museum and the Alfred East Gallery and there are many local landmarks including Boughton House, Queen Eleanor cross and the unusual Triangular Lodge.
If you are looking for flexible shifts in the area of Kettering, please get in touch and join the KGH staff bank.