Welcome to the Temporary Staffing Bureau
The Temporary Staffing Bureau is situated on the ground floor (orange zone) near the East Entrance to the hospital.
TSB Opening Hours:
8am to 8pm, Monday to Sunday including bank holidays.
Out of offices hour
Please contact the clinical site team via the operator.
TSB contact numbers:
Telephone: 01737 768511 x 1875 or 6216
SASH provides a range of medical services to a population of 535,000 people living across Surrey and Sussex.
The Temporary Staffing Bureau provides an on-site bank management service to East Surrey Hospital, as well as our services at Crawley and Horsham Hospitals. Over 250 staff provide temporary cover to meet shortfalls due to sickness, annual leave, or short-term unfilled vacancies.
If you work on the nurse bank, you tell us when you are available to work and your availability is then matched with shift requirements across the hospital. Whatever your availability, we value your skills and experience and can provide you with a fantastic opportunity to work with us in a way that suits your lifestyle.
Benefits of working on the bank
We have been rated by the CQC as an Outstanding Trust. Come and join our dynamic and progressive nursing team
- Very competitive and recently increased bank pay rates
- Substantive employees working additional shifts via the staff bank will be paid top of their band plus 5%
- New enhanced rates in specialist areas (ED, ICU, endoscopy, paediatrics including neo-nates)
- Bank-only workers will be paid top of their band
- Simple and quick process to join the bank
- Weekly pay
- Continuous personal development with the prospect of attending any Trust training courses
- NHS pension scheme
- Opportunities to transfer to permanent posts
- Flexible shifts available to suit your requirements
How to apply
Are you interesting in joining us as a bank member of staff? You can apply online for vacancies at www.jobs.nhs.uk.
Useful informationThe Butterfly Scheme – brief guide for temporary staff
Are you a nurse or midwife working on the bank? Visit the nurse revalidation page for important information about this requirement for all nurses and midwives.
We take staff raising concerns very seriously. We are committed to supporting any member of the team who is worried about patient safety, risk of inappropriate behaviour and attitudes within the organisation.
If you have identified a concern, you will be supported and where appropriate we will investigate and respond. You will bot be treated with prejudice or suffer any detriment.
If you feel there is a serious concern please notify your line manager, professional lead or, if necessary, a member of the team below. you can reach them through hospital switchboard (dialling 0) or if you are calling from outside the hospital please call 01737 768 511.
Surgical matron: bleep 841
Medical matron: bleep 728
Hospital site manager: bleep 339
If you wish to speak in confidence to raise concerns, you can contact the freedom to speak up guardian.
Freedom to speak up guardian
Available Tuesdays and Wednesdays
Tel: 01737 768 511 x1279
Mob: 07583 056 558