Cultivate your career
Join an organisation that gives you the opportunity to shine. Rose Lewis, HR Direct Assistant explains how there’s more to NHS Blood and Transplant than meets the eye.
NHS Blood and Transplant put people first. It is a place to grow.
Rose Lewis HR Direct Assistant
I always felt drawn to the NHS as it’s where my family work, my dad is a retired chartered engineer and my brother is a doctor in Birmingham. But I had no idea about NHS Blood and Transplant (NHSBT) before I started. I had to do my own research for the interview.
A great thing about my job is the variety. No day is the same. I sort out queries, process maternity applications and deal with general HR procedures like recruitment and health and safety. I advise management and employees on HR policies.
It wasn’t until my induction that I began to understand exactly what NHSBT did. It’s just amazing.
There are a lot of changes going on across our department and it’s teaching me how to adapt and handle new pressures. There is so much training, it’s great. NHSBT is a place to grow. They put people first and there is lots of funding for development. You can get all the training you need and can even study for a degree.
If you have a plan in place and it’s appropriate to your role, there is 100% support in your career path.