Our organisation is all about the people it cares for and supports, which of course means our staff too are of vital importance.
NAViGO is populated by caring and passionate individuals that work together to help us achieve our ultimate goal; to provide a service that we would be happy for our own family members to receive, should they ever need it. We want forward-thinking employees that feel they can do the job of really changing things for the vulnerable people in our care and make a difference to their future.
NAViGO is a public service, not for profit and for the good of the community. We put people who use the service first and, in doing so, hopefully liberate you to do the job you want to do and have fun while doing it, developing relationships with the local community that are all about care.
We aim to cut the bureaucracy, the nonsense, the waste and the obstacles to give really excellent care that people want. We want to be (and often are already) a valued part of the community, offering services that we would be happy for our own families to receive. If you want that too and are prepared to also give what it takes to offer truly great services, then why not join us?
Work for us
If this sounds like you, then we would love to hear from you!
Please visit the NHS Jobs website and search for NAViGO.
For more information about NAViGO, the roles available, information on working for us, or other general employment enquires, please contact our Workforce team by emailing firstname.lastname@example.org or calling (01472) 583036.
All positions will be subject to the receipt of a DBS disclosure, relevant references, medical clearance and evidence of valid professional registration. All posts will also be subject to the successful completion of a 12 week probationary period.
Posts are classed as exempted for the purposes of the Rehabilitation of Offenders Act 1974 meaning that even those convictions that are classed as spent must be declared on all applications.