Our Roles

At Harrogate and District NHS Foundation Trust we’re really proud of the treatment and care we provide to everyone in our community.

We deliver a broad range of acute services here in Harrogate and in the community, we also provide children’s services in the North East.

The CQC says we’re outstanding for care and we understand the important role that new staff members play in helping us to continue to deliver care that truly is outstanding.

Here you can learn more about our roles, helping you to decide which one is the right choice for your next career move.

Our roles

Nursing Roles

We place patient care at the centre of everything we do at Team Harrogate, ensuring we treat all patients respectfully, responsibly and passionately at all times.

Medical Roles

Our medical and clinical staff members are instrumental in providing vital care to our patients, and we offer a wide variety of roles at Harrogate and District NHS Foundation Trust.

Administration and Support Roles

All our staff play a vital role in ensuring that our patients receive the best care possible. With such a wide range of services we have a variety of supporting roles available.

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Allied Health Professional Roles

Allied health professionals provide valuable support to our patients and work as part of wider multi-disciplinary teams to provide the best care possible.


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Thinking about joining us?

If you’re looking for an interesting and rewarding career in the NHS, where you can make a real difference to patients’ lives, Harrogate and District NHS Foundation Trust is the place for you.

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Kath Banfield

"At the Trust we put our patients at the centre of everything we do and always aim to provide the highest standard of care. We do this by recruiting the best nurses and supporting them to progress along their chosen career pathway. Team Harrogate is truly a great place to be so why not come and see for yourself?"

- Kath Banfield, Head of Nursing, Long Term and Unscheduled Care