ADHD Careers with ADHD 360

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ADHD Careers: A better, more fulfiling medical journey

ADHD Careers Starting With You


Our ADHD Careers – Join The ADHD 360 family

At ADHD 360, the UK’s most accomplished ADHD Nurse Practitioners and leaders are shaping the future for better, more efficient ADHD Diagnosis and treatment.

It’s the dream that ADHD 360 was built on and in doing so, we have empowered and changed thousands of lives and continue to do so every day.

ADHD Careers with ADHD 360 are so much more than a day job.

Acceptance, Respect, Protection, Encouragement and learning are our core values.

Pair these with passion, drive and a genuine interest in the world of ADHD and helping people, and you’re exactly what we look for.

Joining ADHD 360 isn’t just joining a team. You’re joining a family that grows, learns and develops together; All working in unison to achieve the same goal: Offering the best service and treatment to our patients.

ADHD 360 is the largest single specialist mental health clinic in the UK. Working with private and NHS patients, we strive to provide world-class ADHD treatment and Diagnosis.

To achieve this we have streamlined processes that ensure the provision of good medicine.

As a valued member of the ADHD 360 clinical team you will enjoy:

  • An ADHD Careers reward package at least one grade above your current NHS or equivalent grade

  • An ADHD Careers reward package that is regularly reviewed and matched to your contribution

  • Flexible location; most clinics are now delivered online

  • A dedicated member of the back-office team to support you and your patients

  • Flexible working arrangements – we aim to harmonise the flexible needs of our patients with the flexible needs of our clinical team

  • An organisation committed to your personal development
  • Opportunities to build your personal published portfolio through contributions to scientific journals, conferences and online articles
  • The opportunity for a no-commitment preceptorship or direct entry
  • Comprehensive induction and dedicated mentor
  • Access to our resource (Chrysalis Cottage), a 4-berth static caravan located in the Peak District, free for the use of our staff providing respite, a chance to ‘take time out’ or just to have a free vacation in a super location

If you’re a Mental Health Nurse who is confident, passionate and strives for excellence, join the ADHD 360 family and start changing lives. Apply with us today below.

Are you interested in joining the ADHD Family?

We are always looking for confident and competent Advanced Nurse Practitioners (ANP’s) who are passionate about what they do and want to make a difference. We'd love to hear from you and have a chat!

The Roles We Have Available

Our ADHD Careers team are always looking for confident and competent Advanced Nurse Practitioners (ANP’s) who are passionate about what they do and want to make a difference.

As an Advanced Nurse Practitioner, you will triage, assess, diagnose, and treat our private and NHS patients regarding ADHD.

You will take your patients through their custom treatment plan until they are on track to becoming the best version of themself, are deemed ‘stable and optimised’ on their medication and are referred for shared care with their GP.

To aid in your personal growth and development, you can expect peer-to-peer supervision regularly, your line manager will sit in on clinics regularly, and our external supervisor will also supervise clinics periodically.

At ADHD 360 we have a strong learning culture and believe our specialist knowledge and experience set us apart. As an ANP You will complete our Advanced Nurse Practitioner Academy; our in house training academy designed by some of the best ADHD nurse practitioners in the country and certified by the CPD.

Through this, we can ensure that all of our Advanced Nurse Practitioners have all the knowledge and tools they need to proficiently diagnose and design treatment plans for all of our patients; advancing their ADHD Careers.

Over the last 12 months, there has been an immeasurable increase in the need for ADHD diagnosis and treatment, but proficient ADHD practitioners are in short supply.

In response to this, we launched an external Advanced Nurse Practitioner Academy focused on offering an opportunity for medical staff to join the fight to improve ADHD diagnosis and treatment across the UK and beyond.

If you are a confident nurse looking to specialise or switch to a rewarding ADHD career that changes lives, find out more about the ADHD 360 Academy.

Your Career With ADHD 360

How we hire

At ADHD 360 we don’t believe in arduous hiring processes within ADHD Careers.

We’ve all been there, you see a job you really set your heart and soul on it, and then you go through a long, arduous process that you just lose that passion.

We can’t have that, we won’t have that.

We have incredibly high expectations for our team and we know exactly what we’re looking for. Our hiring process is structured but simple:

We do our checks:

We make sure you tick all the boxes for key competencies, but then we want passion, drive and we want you to own the treatment you’re going to deliver.

Once we’re satisfied that you tick all the boxes the process starts with a two-stage ADHD Careers interview:

Stage 1:

You’ll be invited for your ADHD Careers stage 1 interview with our Managing Director, Phil Anderton where you will:

  • Discuss your qualifications, experience, skills and competencies in depth
  • Learn about ADHD 360, its culture and how you could fit into the team
  • We learn about you, what you’re looking for and how you think you fit into our culture and way of working
  • Most of our ANP’s are home-based. We’ll discuss how that suits you and how we support our home-based workforce
Stage 2:

You’ll be invited for your ADHD Careers stage 2 interview with our Clinical Director, Lisa Mangle where you will:

  • Delve deep into our clinical practices
  • Learn about ADHD 360, its culture and how you could fit into the team
  • We learn about you, what you’re looking for and how you think you fit into our culture and way of working.
  • Most of our ANP’s are home-based. We’ll discuss how that suits you and how we support our home-based workforce.

ADHD Careers: Who we are looking for

  • We don’t want just anyone, we need and want the best.
  • We’re looking for confident and competent prescribing nurses who know their stuff, we can teach you ADHD that’s the easy part.

  • When selecting our ANP’s we look at 3 key areas; Essential Qualifications, Competencies, and Behavioural Focus.

ADHD Careers: Essential Qualifications

  • Qualified nurse, current UK registration with the NMC

  • Qualified Non-medical Prescriber (NMP) with current registration

  • Specialist ADHD nurse with experience and competence to work unsupervised assessing and treating patients across the lifespan with ADHD

  • Expert level of understanding of the pharmaceutical treatment options for ADHD

  • Willing to apply for private prescribing PIN to be able to prescribe for private patients

ADHD Careers: Competencies

  • Integrity – the role requires honesty and being ethical

  • Dependability – the role relies on the post holder being reliable, responsible, dependable and fulfilling their obligations

  • Attention to detail – the role requires a high level of attention to detail to ensure patient safety and to deliver ‘right first time’

  • IT competent – Especially O365 and capability to be competent with our bespoke platform Chrysalis

  • Confidence – the post holder must demonstrate confidence to the patient/families and also within the team, this should be built on professional competence and a measure of humility
  • Team player – the post holder will be a key part of a team that shares goals, culture and an ethos built around delivery for our patient group

  • Resilience – the post holder will be expected to be strong, to cope with the demands of providing healthcare to the ADHD patient group, and be capable of investing themselves in this responsibility, on occasions stretching beyond the 9-5 window to ensure our patients feel safe, reassured and involved.

ADHD Careers: Behavioural Focus

Behavioural Focus

The post holder will assist ADHD 360 to achieve point 3 of the current Business Plan:

3. Running a clinical service as an appropriate business, with meaningful performance metrics, including but not limited to:

    • The patient experience,
    • The clinician experience,
    • Turnover

The post holder will also be expected to be a part of the team that delivers our culture: COPYRIGHT ADHD 360 2021 PAGE 3 WWW.ADHD-360.COM
Culturally we need ADHD 360 to be sustainable:

    • A place where we want to work
    • A place where others seek to work
    • A workplace of openness and honesty
    • A place where feedback is given for the benefit of the task and the company
Our ADHD Careers

The ADHD 360 culture and workplace

At ADHD 360 we pride ourselves on having a flat ADHD Careers culture where everyone has a voice no matter what position they hold in our business.

The quality of our services sits at the heart of our culture. We have 5 key areas that we base our culture on:

  1. The acceptance of help: There are no prima donnas at ADHD 360
  2. Respect and Protection of each other: We all work as a team striving for the same end goal; to offer the best and be the best
  3. Encouragement: We have a lot of fun at work, and we encourage each other
  4. We don’t do blame: We all stand by each other, when mistakes are made we look for the learning and move forward
  5. HONK: This comes from a lesson from Saatchi and Saatchi, Why geese fly in their V formation. If someone needs help they’ll HONK, it’s what you’ll hear in our office. We’re never frightened to say I need help.

The difference that we make within our ADHD Careers

Treating people for ADHD is all about changing their lives, the difference we make changes each and every life we touch in different ways, but the end result is always a happier, confident, and safer patient.

Is there anything more rewarding?

Forget inattention, hyperactivity and impulsivity. They are the words of the DMS.

We focus on what our patients really want out of life being assessed and treated for ADHD. These are the problems we solve.

We ask our patients to set 3 goals for treatments and they become your job as the clinician to get them where they need to be.

Only when they’re making good progress or achieved their goals can we say “we’ve done it” and there truly isn’t anything more satisfying or rewarding than that feeling!

This is why we believe a Career In ADHD truly is a better, more fulfilling medical journey.

Meet our excellent team

Abigail Lambert


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Annie Annibal-Ross


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Archie Read, ADHD 360 staff

Archie Read


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Ashlie ADHD 360

Ashlie Thorpe

Operations Manager

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Claudia ADHD 360

Claudia Pugh

Office Manager

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Darrin ADHD 360

Darrin Lowe

Advanced nurse practitioner

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Ellie ADHD 360

Ellie Dunkley

Secretariat with responsibility for patient renewals

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Georgie ADHD 360

Georgie White

NHS Contracts Manager

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Harriet Dickson


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Heidi Sutterby

Right to Choose Administrator

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Jen ADHD 360

Jen Lewis-Neill

Advance Nurse Practitioner

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Kathie ADHD 360

Kathie White

Advanced nurse practitioner

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Lisa ADHD 360

Lisa Mangle

Medical Director

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Louise ADHD 360

Louise Eales

Advanced nurse practitioner

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Paige Howes


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Phil ADHD 360

Phil Anderton

Managing Director

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Rebecca Whelan

Advanced Nurse Practitioner

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Sally Gunner

Advanced Nurse Practitioner

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Samantha ADHD 360

Samantha Anderton-Marshall

Quality Assurance and Standards Director

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Zeiyad ADHD 360

Zeiyad Yadallee

Advanced Nurse Practitioner and Lead NMP

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