Careers pages in Wakefield
Mid Yorks NHS careers' mission is to recruit, develop and retain skilled and motivated people who embody the Trust’s core values of care and respect, and who meet high standards in order to keep improving.
Wakefield Council is responsible for providing a wide range of services to the public across the district.
The council has a range of opportunities, including job vacancies, apprenticeships, work experience and internships to get involved in and progress within your career aspirations.
Healthwatch Wakefield works to help people get the best out of local health and care services. It is an independent charity, with a small workforce and significant volunteer contribution.
Care Home Jobs is the leading UK Care Home Jobs Board. There are currently 5,100 Care Home Jobs posted, including nursing home, care home managing, caring and nursing jobs.
Melrose Wakefield Healthcare is a growing community hospital system, curently investing in the services patients need and want in the community. Their growing clinical collaboration with Tufts Medical Center brings more specialty care to communities in the Wakefield district.
Find healthcare jobs in the Wakefield area via Indeed.
Health and Care courses in Wakefield
Wakefield College has developed a range of courses at different levels to prepare you for a career in health and social care. After completing your study, you may be able to progress straight into employment in care homes, community or health settings; or with further study and training you may go into careers such as social work, residential care management, and other related occupations.
New College offers courses that have specialist qualifications for students who wish to enter into a career in Health and Social Care.
Go Higher West Yorkshire is a consortium of HE providers in our local area, working together to ensure that higher education in all its forms is open to all who can benefit, regardless of background. The core aim of the partnership is to connect partners to improve access to, success in and progression from higher education, for those from under-represented groups.