Reset your worklife balance with a Non-clinical career at Devon Partnership NHS Trust

Are you looking for a rewarding career in the NHS? With a wide range of mental health and learning disability services throughout Devon – whatever non-clinical role you’re looking for, we have the perfect opportunity for you. Join us and we'll do everything we can to support and develop you.

We offer excellent career pathways and a commitment to your personal development. You’ll be joining an organisation that will support you every step of the way.

NHS Non-Clinical Jobs

We have so many jobs on offer from apprenticeships to senior manager roles. Our non-clinical roles cover functions that support our clinical services, manage our buildings and those that are needed corporately to keep the organisation running smoothly.

Whether you want an NHS career in human resources, facilities, estates, finance, communications, project management or business administration we offer a diverse range of roles and you’ll find just what you're looking for at Devon Partnership NHS Trust.

  • EXETER: Health and Wellbeing Clinic, community teams, inpatient services, home to The Haldon Eating Disorder Service, The Cedars, West of England Specialist Gender Identity Clinic and Trust Headquarters.
  • NORTH DEVON: Mental health and learning disability teams in Barnstaple, Bideford, Ilfracombe and wards at North Devon District Hospital.
  • EAST AND MID DEVON: Mental health and learning disability teams in Exmouth, Honiton, Tiverton, Crediton.
  • SOUTH AND WEST DEVON: Community teams in Ivybridge, Okehampton, Tavistock, Totnes. Secure services in Dawlish.
  • TORBAY: Health and Wellbeing Clinic, community teams and wards at Torbay Hospital.
  • BRISTOL: Bristol Dementia Service.

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Frequently Asked Questions

What is involved in a non-clinical job?

The non-clinical roles we offer are broad and cover several areas, which we group as:

  • Administration and clerical: general and specialist administrators and clerical workers, medical secretaries, receptionists and ward clerks
  • Corporate functions: finance, human resources and procurement
  • Estates and facilities: cleaners, drivers, porters, trades, catering and security
  • Information management and technology: general and specialist IT workers
What hours will I have to work?

All staff have the right to request flexible working.

What skills and qualifications do I need?

Each job role advertised will have details about the skills, knowledge and understanding required, for further information, head to our dedicated careers hub page

Living here

We believe in a strong worklife balance, after all there’s only 24 hours in a day – let’s make them count! Whether you like to work in the city, or prefer the draw of rural or beach locations, we offer career opportunities that ensure you get the lifestyle you’ve always wanted.

Living in Devon

Local information

Houses in Exeter


There is a wide choice of accommodation across the county to suit you. From help to buy homes, to seaside cottages, you’re sure to find a home to rent from £500 or to buy from £170,000.

Devon Cream Tea

Famous for

The cream tea – it defines Devon but be sure to put the cream first and the jam second to have a traditional Devonshire Cream Tea.

South Devon Railway

Areas of interest

Devon is famed for its quaint railways and beautiful journeys – if you’re commuting to work by train you’ll experience the stunning views of the River Exe and gorgeous countryside – a perfect way to start and end your day.