Division 2 - Emergency and Medicine
Grow your nursing career in Emergency and Medicine
Whether you’re looking for your first nursing job after graduation, you’re ready for a change or you’re thinking of returning to nursing, we have a role for you in Emergency and Medicine at the Royal Wolverhampton NHS Trust.
With 450 patients through our Emergency Department every day, 120 ambulances, 32 majors cubicles, a dedicated Paediatric Emergency Department and a range of inpatient services across New Cross, West Park and Cannock Chase hospitals, there’s so many opportunities.
Emergency and Medicine, known internally as Division 2, has 15 directorates providing a range of hospital services that sit under six groups:
- Emergency and Urgent Care Services
- Haematology, Oncology and Palliative Care
- Older Adult Medicine and Rehabilitation
- Stroke, Neurology and Capacity
- Renal and Diabetes
- Gastroenterology and Respiratory
Victor, Staff Nurse, Diabetes
“Since joining the Diabetes team 18 months ago, I’ve received a wide range of training – everything from sepsis, medication administration and cannulation to data protection, manual handling and bereavement.
“My ambition is to become a Diabetes Specialist Nurse and working as a staff nurse on the Diabetes Ward is the first step to achieving my goal.
“Division 2 offers nursing staff a great team working environment and the opportunity to be their best and make a difference to patients.”
Frequently Asked Questions
There’s so many reasons why you should choose Emergency and Medicine. You will be joining one of our fantastic, diverse teams who are based across our 15 directorates – from Renal and Diabetes, to Haematology and Oncology.
You will quickly gain exposure to a wide range of services and experiences and be able to access training and development opportunities to help fast track your nursing career. Our staff will tell you it’s hugely rewarding making a real difference providing high quality, safe care to our patients.
If you’re looking for a fast paced, action-packed role where no two days are the same, then you’ve come to the right place.
There’s no such thing as a typical day – no two days are the same. You will get involved in all aspects of patient care, from administering medication and handling admissions to responding to medical emergencies and supporting with referrals and discharges.
We offer a wide range of discounts and benefits for staff at the Trust. Travel benefits include a salary sacrifice for cars scheme, discounted bus travel, electric charging points, a cycle to work scheme and an onsite garage.
You’ll be able to access various discount schemes including the Blue Light card, Healthcare Staff Benefits and local sports and leisure discounts. We also offer free eye care tests, financial support towards the cost of glasses or lenses and discounts at local nurseries.
At New Cross you’ll benefit from a range of catering facilities on site, including a staff canteen, Greggs café and a fruit and veg stall. And there’s Amazon lockers to collect and return your parcels.
You need to be a registered nurse or a student nurse who is about to qualify. We will teach you the rest.
The normal process for applying for a role at the Trust is completing an application form via the NHS jobs website and an interview.
However, if you are able to attend one of our recruitment fairs, we may be able to fast track the recruitment process by interviewing you on the day, as well as showing you around some of our services and departments.
Come and meet us at the following events:
- Trust recruitment Fair – 21 January 2023 in the Wolverhampton Medical Institute, Building 11, New Cross Hospital
- RCNi Nursing Careers and Jobs Fair - 8 March 2023 at the NEC, Birmingham (stand 14)
You can find out more information about working in Emergency and Medicine in our brochure:-
Grow Your Nursing Career in Emergency and Medicine (PDF, 5Mb)
If you would like to discuss applying for a role, please contact the Trust’s central resourcing team: firstname.lastname@example.org
If you have any questions relating to a specific service area, please contact the Division 2 Admin Team on 01902 694299 and you will be directed to the most appropriate person.
We hold recruitment fairs throughout the year and will publicise dates on this webpage and on @RWT_NHS socials. Please check back for more dates coming soon.