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Our staff stories

We are committed to supporting all our staff on their career journeys. Watch our staff stories below to find out more about the opportunities available or click here to see our current vacancies.


Clare's story

When the opportunity to apply for a manager role came up on Clare's ward she was worried that having young children would hold her back, but our flexible working arrangements allowed Clare to progress her career and continue to be there for her family at home. 


Marianne's story

Marianne moved to Liverpool from the Philippines five years ago as part of our international recruitment programme. She feels like she has found her calling in nursing and is currently on a secondment to gain experience as a manager.



Mat's story

Mat has worked at LUHFT for over 22 years and has praised the fantastic support from his managers and colleagues.



Ellie's story

As a recently qualified nurse, Ellie talks about how her colleagues have supported her to settle into her new role and develop her practice. She loves that each day is different and that the team feel like family. 



Michelle's story

Michelle has developed her skills over her 20+ years at LUHFT to progress from a Healthcare Assistant to a Ward Manager.



Mark's story

Mark had always wanted a career in nursing, but hadn't had the opportunity to study. He joined LUHFT as a Healthcare Assistant, and was supported to gain the relevant qualifications to become one of our first Nursing Associates. He is now on a fully funded top-up degree with the Trust, so that he is now on his way to becoming a Registered Nurse. 



Kate's story

Kate is a Clinical Nurse Specialist and her work with the Vascular Society has gained her a national profile. She has taken advantage of the flexible working offered at LUHFT to allow her to develop her career while still having the work-life balance needed to care for her young children. 



Maree's story

Maree has gone from Staff Nurse to Ward Manager thanks to the support and encouragement from her managers. When her father was recently admitted to hospital she was reassured knowing he was being treated by her colleagues and that she knew he would be receiving the best possible care.