We're always looking for new people to join us.
Our communications team is expanding. We're looking for communications managers, senior communications officers and communications officers to join our team which provides full in-house agency support to our organisation and operates from Leeds and London. We're looking to recruit people with all-round communications skills and are also offering a number of specialist opportunities in areas including media relations, digital and insight. We offer great opportunities, challenges and development for the right people. To register for alerts and apply for positions as they're advertised see NHS Jobs
We also need excellent people from the following professions:
- information technology
- project and programme delivery
- information management
- business administration
- clinical informatics
To apply for positions as they're advertised see NHS Jobs
We believe that the way we do things at NHS Digital is as important as what we do. That's why our values form part of people's continuing professional development.
The actions and behaviours of everyone who works here are guided by our values:
We offer NHS terms, conditions and benefits including:
- competitive pay
- generous holiday package that increases with service
- contributory pension (with 14 per cent contribution from us)
- professional training and development
- childcare vouchers
- enhanced maternity and adoption leave
- paternity, parental and dependent care leave
- sight tests
- national and local discount schemes
- access to our Employee Assistance Programme confidential counselling service
We provide a full induction programme to help new staff members settle into their role. This includes a personal development plan and learning and development opportunities based on career goals.
We conduct twice-yearly personal development reviews to see how things are progressing and encourage everyone take on training, further education, job shadowing or mentoring.
Our head office is in the centre of Leeds. We also have sites in London, Exeter, Redditch, Southport and Newcastle and other smaller locations around the country. Some of our roles are desk-based and others involve travel to client sites.
We offer a range of flexible working benefits including:
- flexible working (when you've been with us for over 26 weeks)
- part-time working
- job sharing
- annualised hours
- remote IT support
- winding down and gradually reducing hours when approaching retirement
After a year employees can apply for an unpaid career break of between 3 months and 4 years. We also offer a range of family-friendly policies, including maternity and adoption leave.
Equality and diversity
We encourage people from different backgrounds to use their different experiences and perspectives to help us innovate. Our equality and diversity policy has helped us create a work environment that is respectful and inclusive. We support the two ticks scheme which means we welcome and support disabled people applying for roles here.