Working together to save and transform lives
More than 5,000 people work for NHS Blood and Transplant (NHSBT) across the UK.
Our experienced staff work in everything from caring for blood donors and clinical research to logistics and finance.
Meet the team
Find out more about some of the people who work for us and what they do.
As an organ donation nurse, Shibu supports grieving families and gives hope to people waiting for an organ
Yvonne has worked for NHSBT more than 35 years and now identifies and develops our talented individuals
Research assistant Lucy talks about her role in a pioneering clinical trial to grow red blood cells in a laboratory
Dapo’s role as a quality assurance manager means he helps people in the UK but with the support of NHSBT he’s raising awareness of blood donation abroad
Customer support analyst Michelle works behind the scenes to ensure donors have the best experience
We want NHSBT to be a great place to work for everyone.
Our staff-run networks help achieve this by championing and supporting our diverse team.
But it’s not just about helping our staff. Our networks use the skills and resources of our employees to benefit our patients and donors too.
The BAME network utilises the skills and resources of our black, Asian and minority ethnic colleagues to add value to the organisation.
The network promotes and encourages career progression of BAME employees for greater representation across all levels of the organisation.
It also provides advice and guidance on policy development to promote an inclusive culture across NHSBT.
The LGBT+ network aims to make NHSBT a more inclusive place to work for colleagues who identify as LGBT+.
The network advises on diversity policy and practice relevant to LGBT+ people and helps ensure accountability.
It is working alongside Stonewall and its Workplace Equality Index to progress LGBT+ rights within NHSBT and to help demystify negative perceptions and inaccuracies around LGBT+ blood, organ and stem cell donation.
Disability and health promotion advocate scheme
The disability and health promotion advocate scheme outlines our commitment to promoting equality and valuing diversity and will help to ensure that we are fully compliant with the Equality Act 2010.
The main purpose of the scheme is to promote a ‘disability confident’ organisational culture within NHSBT and to heighten awareness of disability equality within the organisation.
Advocates from across NHSBT help promote disability equality issues and general information to colleagues on disability-related matters. We work in partnership with the Business Disability Forum and seek external expertise on disability-related matters.