Hospital, Support Worker
£21,840 to £22,880 per annum (DoE) | 37.5 Hours (part-time considered) | Day Shifts
An exciting opportunity for a Heath Care Assistant experienced in Primary Care has arisen in a Heath Centre in the Huntingdonshire district.
You will be working for a reputable healthcare provider, with a vision to deliver services that improve the health and wellbeing of individuals and communities, making sure primary care can thrive.
About the Healthcare Assistant role and what the hospital is offering:
• A permanent contract offered at 37.5 hours p/w (part-time considered)
• An annual salary up to £22,880 (p/t pro rata)
• Day shifts
• An excellent working environment with lots of support on hand
In this role you will support a multidisaplinary team of professionals, undertaking some clinical duties and providing advice and care to patients, supporting them through their journey, whilst implementing service/CCG guidlines and protocols.
What we’re looking for in a Healthcare Assistant:
• Qualified, with NVQ/SVQ Level 2 qualifications
• Excellent communication and IT skills
• Well organised and able to multi-task
• Confident and resilient
If you would like to apply now, please follow the link provided.
For further information, please call Holly Gregg at SYK Recruitment now on 01535 604940.
Please note any offers of employment are subject to an Enhanced DBS/PVG/Access NI check and employment reference checks in addition to verification of UK professional registration (if applicable), right to work in the UK and Occupational Health clearance.
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