Join us

Our vision is creating high quality, compassionate care and wellbeing for all. We want to hear from you if you think that you can help us to do this, either in a clinical or non-clinical role.

We offer a range of opportunities within the Trust, including full-time to part-time hours.

Click here to view our current vacancies


Our clinical posts include doctors, nurses in physical and mental health, healthcare assistants, health visitors, occupational therapists, dieticians, speech and language therapists, podiatrists and physiotherapists. We also have administration and support roles that enable frontline staff to deliver the best care to our patients, including roles in IT, finance, procurement, audit, human resources and communications.

We welcome all applicants irrespective of their age, disability, ethnic origin, gender, sexual orientation, race, religion or belief. We are committed to having a transparent and fair recruitment and selection process in place to promote equal opportunities, equality and diversity.


Other ways you can join our LPT family

Our Medical Workforce

You can find our current medical vacancies in the our current vacancies section above.

Our range of services provides excellent opportunities if you are looking to advance your medical career. We offer undergraduate and postgraduate training for doctors in foundation, GP and specialist (psychiatric) training programmes working with Health Education East Midlands. We provide a range of posts on rotation to secure core and specialist competences for continuous learning and advancement in training.

We also support our doctors to develop skills and special interests in leadership, management, research, quality assurance and education.

Our medical roles enjoy the following benefits:

• Support with appraisal and revalidation
• Funding and time off to maintain CPD
• Supportive peer groups
• Mentoring and buddying relationships
• Active postgraduate teaching programme
• Journal clubs
• Support and facilities for research activities
• Enhanced annual leave for Associate Specialist and Specialty Doctors

Find out more about our medical careers. >
You will find details of our training rotations on the East Midlands Deanery website

Are you a Doctor looking for a clinical attachment with us?

Let us know if you are interested in completing a clinical attachment with us.
Contact us through our online application form.

Flexible bank roles

Our Bank staff are a key part of our workforce, working flexibly to support the care that we deliver across the Trust. Bank work means that you work on an as and when basis with us as requirements come up across the Trust. Joining the bank can be a great way of working with us and offers a range of benefits including excellent pay rates, annual leave accruals, flexible hours to meet your needs and paid mandatory training. There are no guaranteed hours with bank work, but we do regularly use bank staff across many of our teams. Find out more about bank roles.

Volunteer with us

Our volunteers are an integral part of our services. Have a look at our dedicated volunteering page

Work Experience

Take a look at our dedicated work experience page.

Return to Practice

If you have previously been a registered clinician, e.g. nurse, Occupational Therapist, Physiotherapist, and wish to return to your profession, then you may need to undertake a return to practice programme. If you are interested in completing this programme with us, then please complete this short form and we will be in touch.

If you previously worked in the NHS and want to continue to work with the NHS after your retirement, then please take a look at our information sheet.

If you want to join us in a bank role after having retired, then please complete this short form. If you want to join us in a permanent role, please apply to our roles through NHS Jobs.


Joining advice

Information about being interviewed by Video

Due to social distancing at the moment, we are using Microsoft Teams to carry out remote interviews. You can find out more information on this here.

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