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Application Deadline: 17 October 2022

Application Procedure

Our award-winning Cross-Sector Fellowship has already supported hundreds of parents to progress in their careers whilst enjoying their young families.

Due to the high demand from NHS colleagues and with support from our partners, we are delighted to offer a pioneering programme specifically for NHS clinical and non-clinical staff who are passionate about career development and have young children.

The Leaders Plus NHS Fellowship Programme will support parents working in the health service to progress at work into senior leadership positions whilst also balancing commitments as a parent.

By joining the Leaders Plus NHS Fellowship you are becoming part of a strong community of mums and dads working in the NHS, building a positive movement for change so that all new parents can thrive in leadership roles.

Eligibility Requirements

The Leaders Plus NHS Fellowship is open to all NHS clinical and non-clinical staff who are passionate about career development and have childcare responsibilities for young children between the ages of 0 and 11.

Applicants will need to have a role (or have previously held a role) with significant responsibility, i.e. a management or leadership role.

We are especially looking for individuals who are willing to actively engage with a group of their peers, who are keen to progress their careers and make a difference to others.

Benefits

The Leaders Plus NHS Fellowship is a leadership career development Programme which is split into two parts.

  • An initial 6-month Foundation Fellowship
  • An optional 3-month NHS Changemaker Fellowship Programme which takes place the year after

It is delivered via a series of high-quality workshops, roundtable events and online learning resources.

Application Procedure

The Fellowship is fully inclusive and we particularly welcome applications from the LGBTQIA+ community, ethnic minorities and anyone who identifies as having a disability. We are actively looking for people from these underrepresented communities to apply for the Fellowship as we want to create equal career progression opportunities.

Official Website: NHS Fellowship Programme

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