Working at Barts Health means you’ll have access to a range of benefits
Including leisure and entertainment discounts, and time off when you need it most
Your package will include:
- Pay that reflects your ability and responsibilities, with the opportunity to increase your salary through training and development. All our jobs are subject to either Inner or Outer London Weighting, depending on location.
- At least 27 days annual leave on top of public or bank holidays.
- Automatic membership of the NHS Pension Scheme unless you opt out. The NHS Pension scheme is one of the most generous schemes in the UK.
Award and recognition
Barts Health Heroes
Every year, we hold the Barts Health Heroes Awards for our staff. These awards recognise our outstanding staff who live our values and go above and beyond for patients and colleagues.
Everyone in the Barts Health family, whether directly employed or through one of our partner organisations, or one of our volunteers, can be nominated.
Shortlisted people and teams are invited to an evening awards ceremony.
Over the Rainbow
In October 2021, we held a celebratory virtual event Over the Rainbow for our entire Barts Health family, to recognise all of our staff and volunteers for their commitment, compassion, and care during the Covid-19 pandemic.
We embarked on a reflective journey looking back over the past 20 months, giving us a precious moment to see just how much has been achieved.
Our event ended very poignantly with our very own Barts Health staff singing Over the Rainbow.
We hold an annual thank-you event for our amazing volunteers.
Saving you money
Entertainment and leisure
We work in partnership with London theatres and venues to secure heavily discounted – sometimes free – tickets for theatre, concerts and events.
Throughout the year we also run discounted mini-breaks and there are holiday and daytrip discounts available staff, their friends and families.
Concerts for carers
Concerts for Carers offer free tickets to events for all NHS staff. Pick your event, enter the ballot and you might get lucky!
Season ticket loan
Buying an annual season ticket works out much cheaper then monthly or weekly tickets. We will lend you the money for an annual ticket and deduct it from your salary each month.
Looking after your health
Money back for your routine health appointments
Simplyhealth work in partnership with us to offer a health cash plan at reduced rates. This helps you to budget for optical, dental, complementary therapy and even prescription charges for you and your family from only £3.10 a week.
Salary sacrifice scheme
From tablets to washing machines, the salary sacrifice allows you to buy electrical items through your salary and pay them off over a set period of time. This saves you 25% of the cost of buying them outright. You can also lease a brand new car, fully maintained and insured, in the same way.
Health service benefits
Health Service Benefits offers free membership and provides exclusive discounts for all NHS staff from local and national high street companies such as Ticketmaster, Halfords, Halifax and Vision Express. Register for free.
Blue Light card
Blue Light Card provides those in the NHS, emergency services, social care sector and armed forces with discounts online and in-store.
Employee Assistance Programme
For confidential advice from someone outside our organisation, you can call our Employee Assistance Programme on 0800 085 1376 at any time.
Dignity at Work Advocates
Trained Dignity at Work Advocates are available to help provide advice, and to resolve any issues you experience at an early stage.
SpeakInConfidence is an online system that provides a way for you to anonymously and directly raise ideas and concerns with our senior leadership, 24 hours a day, 7 days a week.
The web-based service is run by a third party and allows anyone to send an anonymous message to any of our executive leaders.
The Guardian Service
The Guardian Service is a safe and independent route for you to raise issues or concerns that affect you, the safety of our patients or your ability to do your job well. It offers an opportunity to talk through the issue before it is raised formally, get support and work to see if a resolution can be found.
It can be anonymous, and any concerns can remain confidential unless you agree for it to be raised with the relevant people within the organisation.
The welfare and wellbeing of our staff is a key priority.
Thanks to the support of Barts Charity, we have invested millions of pounds in improved facilities including:
- Dedicated wellbeing hubs at each of our hospitals featuring comfy reclining chairs
- Improved rest rooms for our dedicated clinical staff to use whilst on shift
- New bike racks and lockers
- A psychological support service to aid people's mental health
Each of our sites also has a wellbeing lead and a network of wellbeing prescribers to help you navigate the support on offer.