Reset your worklife balance with a career in nursing at Devon Partnership NHS Trust

If you’re a qualified Registered Mental Health Nurse, a Registered Learning Disability Nurse, a Registered General Nurse or thinking about returning to practice you’ll find plenty of NHS Nursing Jobs available at Devon Partnership NHS Trust, to further your career.

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Healthcare Assistants

Part of the nursing family are our Healthcare Assistants, who work in a multi-disciplinary team across a range of daily duties to better support the patients under their care.  On the ward you’ll be a named point of contact and spend the majority of your time with patients with the full back up of your team. There are also opportunities to work in our community teams.


There are plenty of NHS nursing job opportunities at Devon Partnership Trust to further your career, with clear career pathways and a commitment to personal development. We have roles across a variety of services in North and South Devon, so you can learn, develop and grow whilst providing the best quality care to your patients.

With excellent tailored preceptorship programmes to clear career pathways and a commitment to your personal development, you’ll be joining an organisation that is committed to supporting you every step of the way.



If you join the Devon Partnership Trust as a preceptee, you’ll have access to our fantastic Preceptorship Programme. You’ll be totally supported throughout the programme with access to a comprehensive induction programme, a meeting with your preceptee to agree your individual learning contract, dedicated study time, optional rotational posts, regular clinical supervision, continuous support and networking opportunities with other preceptees across Devon Partnership NHS Trust.

NHS Nursing Jobs

We know that working in a team and having the right support available is important to providing the best quality care for people using our services, as well as being important for your own health and wellbeing.

Our mental health, learning disability and neurodiversity services cover the whole of Devon with NHS Nursing Jobs available in our community and inpatient settings.

  • 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.
  • 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.

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Living here

Wherever you choose to work you’re sure to find a home you’ll love. From the bustle of Exeter and Barnstaple to the picturesque villages surrounding the moors – wherever you’d like the perfect worklife balance you’ll find it here.

Living in Devon

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Depending on the size and location of the property, rental starts from £500 per month and if you’re looking to buy a house prices start at around £195,000.

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Famous for

Jack Russells. That’s right our four legged friend was born and bred in Devon and you're sure to see many Devonians with them walking the moors or by the sea.

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Areas of interest

Exeter, Plymouth, Torquay and Barnstaple are filled with activities, so whether you choose to live there or visit for the day – you’ll find a home from home here.