What a place to live and work

The transport links to and from London and the continent are fantastic, but, simply put, you won’t want to leave the Garden of England. We are a family-friendly county with first class state and independent schools and affordable housing. The average house price is here £360,000, so you get a lot of brick (and green space) for your buck compared to neighbouring regions.

Whitstable and Deal have been voted two of the best places to live in the country with their vibrant high streets and incredible eateries. Margate and Folkestone are now world-class uber cool art destinations. We have the best collection of pubs, a heritage of brewing that is continuing with microbreweries, gin distilleries and vineyards offering gold medal refreshment.

We have breathtaking castles, cathedrals and country houses bursting with history plus the mighty Bluewater shopping centre and a plethora of further choices for retail activities. There is a wealth of activities to keep little ones occupied and then you have the 350 miles of beaches, cliffs and coves; a coastline that is both stunning and stimulating, whatever the weather.

Once you have been wild swimming in Bewl Water, mountain-biked the muddy Bedgebury Pinetum, kite-surfed off Herne Bay or walked the windswept bird sanctuary of Dungeness or the resplendent Kent Downs, an Area of Outstanding Natural Beauty, you might just give up the gym membership for good.

Your health and wellbeing and that of your family is as important to us as that of our service users and those who matter to them.


Working with us

We’ve already shared with you some details about the Trust, now let’s have a closer look at where you will be based – corporate services.
The range of services offered by KMPT offers unique opportunities for your professional development. We are committed to delivering integrated, community-based health and social care services and our strategy is underpinned by a ‘recovery and wellbeing model’ delivered in partnership with service users, their families and a wide range of stakeholders.

Care groups

KMPT consists of a variety of specialist support which are often referred to as care groups; these are Community, Acute, Forensic and Specialist, Older People and Corporate. The post you are applying for is part of the finance directorate within the corporate group.

What our corporate teams do

Our corporate function supports the amazing work our colleagues do. Our teams are responsible for defining policies based on Trust strategy coordinating and contributing to their implementation. We play a significant part in steering and supporting the Trust’s performance improvement programs to deliver the quality of care to our service users we are proud of. Corporate services are the crucial enablers to ensure high quality care can be provided to our service users.

Our corporate functions include:
• Communications
• Employee relations
• Estates
• Executive administration support
• Finance
• Information governance
• IT