Welcome to our South West Provider Collaborative (SWPC)

Our South West Provider Collaborative is a group of organisations who have come together to form a partnership which has a real impact in our region. From the Isles of Scilly to Gloucester, we cover an area of 22,000km² and a population of five million. You could help care for our communities, too.

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    Whether virtual, or face-to-face, our Provider Partners hold recruitment events throughout the year.

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    There are so many brilliant reasons to join the team at one of our Provider Partners.

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    Whatever role you're hoping to find, you can browse all of our Provider Partner vacancies in one place.

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Our South West Provider Collaborative

We’re made up of a number of NHS organisations, independent sector providers, and a community interest company. In working together, we’re able to pool our specialist knowledge and resources. Together, we want to improve the mental health support available to people living all over the South West.

One of the key aims in setting up our SWPC was to make sure that people needing specialised mental health care could receive treatment closer to home, allowing their family and friends to support their recovery.

Prior to assuming responsibility for commissioning from NHS England in October 2020, 50% of patients with medium and low secure mental health care needs had to travel outside of the region for treatment. By sharing beds and pooling our resources, we've been able to reduce that figure to 15%.

Our commissioning responsibilities have since grown, and as well as Adult Secure Services, we’re now accountable for specialised Adult Eating Disorder Services and Child and Adolescent Mental Health Tier 4 Services (CAMHS).

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Find your perfect match

Our Selection Tool is a quick and easy way to discover the opportunities to join one of our Provider Partner teams that could be your perfect fit. We’ll use your preferred role and your ideal lifestyle to match you up with all of the vacancies that might work for you. Are you ready?

Types of roles

From Consultant Psychiatrists and Clinical Psychologists to Nurses and Allied Health Professionals, our teams help people of all walks of life every single day. As well as caring for adults with low and medium secure mental health care needs, we also provide Child and Adolescent Mental Health Services Tier 4 (CAMHS) and Adult Eating Disorder services.

We also recruit for a range of clerical and administrative colleagues - you can find these within our job search.

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Why the South West

Discovering the right role for you in one of our Provider Partners is also a fantastic opportunity to relocate. The South West has so much to offer, including a growing economy which is expected to be competing with London by 2025.

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    The most rewarding part of my job is working with the patients — being on that ground level with them is a privilege.

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    One of the great things working for Elysium is seeing not only myself but other healthcare workers that I've worked with move into different roles.

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    What I find most rewarding about my role is seeing the difference that we can make to individuals.

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    The apprenticeship that the Priory offer is for all staff — they give everyone an equal opportunity.

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    I've never worked anywhere where we are given so much support in identifying goals and training that helps inform our practice here.

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    We have this culture of continuous improvement, so the people that come and work for us and work with us are people who have a passion to improve what we’re doing.

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    My favourite place to visit on my days off is probably the smaller towns in Cornwall, the coves and the beaches. I spend my days off with my children and our animals.

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    In my spare time, I really like to get out on my bike. The South West is a great place for cycling.

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