5 reasons we love UCLH: a blog from our on-site team

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5 reasons we love UCLH - Bank Partners  

At Bank Partners, we have teams on-site at all our partner trusts so there’s always someone to come to should any of our bank staff need a helping hand. So when we’re looking at some of the benefits of working at UCLH with the staff bank, who better to ask? Here’s what they had to say:

UCLH staff bank team's comments 

“UCLH has a reputation for looking after their nurses and midwives – from their career development to health and wellbeing and we’re proud to be a part of that. At UCLH, working bank isn’t just about picking up flexible shifts for weekly pay – it’s being a valued member of the trust family!”

Nadia Fachikova - Bank Business Partner, UCLH Staff Bank


“The UCLH Bank office is always busy – whether it’s people wanting to join, questions about how to use the self-booking app or simply wanting to access training courses. We work with all wards and departments in the trust on a daily basis and we’re always keen to make sure our staff feel part of the team as much as the full-time staff.”

John Marrinan - Bank Business Partner, UCLH Staff Bank


If you’re looking for flexible nursing jobs with an easy commute to a modern, state-of-the-art hospital, UCLH would be a great choice. Our friendly team can help you at every stage from the moment you apply to the staff bank, to the moment you finish your first shift and beyond.

We’re always on the lookout for nurses, doctors, allied health professionals and administration staff who want to work flexible hours (or commit to long lines of work if you’d prefer) at UCLH and we’d love to have you on board!

Need more persuading? Here are 5 reasons why you should join UCLH Staff Bank:

  • State-of-the-art facilities – UCLH is home to some of the most medically advanced hospitals in the UK. For example, the Macmillan Cancer Centre which is internationally renowned for offering the highest levels of care and some of the most cutting-edge treatments in Europe. This includes their new Proton Beam Therapy (PBT) Unit which is due to open in 2020 and will be one of only two in the UK. This offers great nursing jobs and opportunities for doctors looking to get involved in the most innovative treatments as soon as they are available.

  • Teaching hospital – As UCLH is a teaching hospital it provides a great environment for developing your skills in a variety of disciplines and alongside a well-respected team. Whilst the specialist sites treat and care for patients every day, they also are home to the worldfamous UCLH clinical research. With as many as 1,000 studies going on at any one time you can be assured that you will be working with technology and teams that are always at the pinnacle of medical advancements.

  • Flexible working – You choose the hours, days and shifts you can work to fit around family, retirement, another job or other commitments. Whether you are looking for regular work on a favourite ward or ad-hoc shifts to match your needs, our teams try to accommodate your individual needs. Shifts can be easily booked online, day or night, and you can submit your shifts worked with simple fuss-free electronic timesheets.

  • Reputation – UCLH has a fantastic reputation and is well known not only in the UK but across the world for its work in Oncology, Neurology and many other areas. Having experience of working for them on your CV will look amazing and the diverse teams you could be working within will allow you to gain a great breadth of experience.

  • You’re our priority – You can work with our amazing on-site staff bank team to discuss your needs. We will offer you support, advice and access to training to keep you fully compliant. Don’t forget, staff bank workers get priority over agency workers too so you’ll be getting the best opportunities!

  • If you would like to join the team and could see yourself working shift with us in as little as 20 days, fill out the form below!

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