Live and work in the beautiful South West

Living Here

We’re passionate about ensuring you have a great work/life balance. We offer flexible working patterns, generous annual leave and discount bus travel throughout the South West, so you can really make the most of the 24 hours in your day.

Living in the South West offers you somewhere that is vibrant in countryside, coast and city environments. There’s never a dull moment here.

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

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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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    There's a really nice, community vibe. Everyone's very friendly. Everyone knows each other, and we all really work together and support each other.

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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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    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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    I started as a Housekeeping Supervisor and have had loads of support to develop through to my role as an Occupational Healthcare Assistant!

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