Welcome to CPFT's Spotlight Vacancy page.

This page is to put a spotlight on a select few vacancies each week.
Helping promote specialist jobs to ensure we are reaching every new potential candidate.

If you would like any further information on any of the jobs below or working for CPFT in general.

Please email the recruitment team on cpftrecruitment@cpft.nhs.uk


Band 5

Band 5 

Community Nurse 

Are you a registered nurse or about to qualify?

Do you want an exciting and interesting job with a great career potential?

Do you aspire to make a real positive contribution to nursing in the community and working within a neighbourhood team?

The community nursing team across Peterborough is currently offering opportunities for full time and part time hours working within CPFT. We provide a service 7 days a week, working closely with other community services and PCN’s to provide high standard holistic care to the population of Peterborough. You will have opportunity to develop yourself, with extensive learning and development opportunities. 


  • Full time
  • Part time

Site: Various locations 

Salary: £25,655 - £31,534 per annum pro rata

Find out more and apply HERE


Band 8

Operations Manager, YOUnited young people's mental health service

We have an exciting opportunity for a clinically experienced and highly motivated individual to lead and develop our new YOUnited mental health team. YOUnited is an innovative partnership involving Cambridgeshire and Peterborough NHS Foundation Trust, Cambridgeshire Community Services NHS Trust, Centre 33, and Ormiston Families.

The partnership offers emotional wellbeing and mental health support to children and young people in Cambridgeshire and Peterborough, with Ormiston Families leading on interventions for the younger age range, 5-14.


Contract: Permanent

Hours: Full time - 35 hours per week

Site: Based in Cambridgeshire

Salary starts at £53,168pa (equivalent to NHS Band 8b)

To find out more visit: Work with us - Ormiston Families

YOUnited-Operations-Manager-Job-Application-Pack-Feb-2022.pdf [pdf] 403KB

As a patient

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