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Heath Care Assistant

National Health Service

Melton Mowbray, MID
2 days ago
Melton Mowbray, MID
2 days ago

Heath Care Assistant

Latham House Medical Practice

The closing date is 08 March 2021

Job overview

Full Time (or Job Share) Health Care Assistant

LHMP Pay Scale

We are looking for an experienced Health Care Assistant to join our friendly and supportive Nursing/HCA Team.

The role is rewarding and varied, it will suit someone who is enthusiastic, motivated and a good team player.

LHMP Pay Scale

We are looking for an experienced Health Care Assistant to join our friendly and supportive Nursing/HCA Team.

The role is rewarding and varied, it will suit someone who is enthusiastic, motivated and a good team player.

Main duties of the job

You will have experience and confidence in managing patients face to face and have good organisational and communication skills.

Our ideal candidate will hold a NVQ level 3/QCF level 3 Diploma in Clinical Healthcare Support or equivalent and have experience of working in Primary Care/Secondary Care or the Community.

This HCA role within the Practice is developing in the Practice therefore a willingness to learn and a flexible approach is essential.

About us

Latham House Medical Practice, one of the UKs largest doctors surgeries, are looking for a committed, innovative and enthusiastic Health Care Assistant to join our semi-rural practice based in the town centre of Melton Mowbray.

Conveniently situated within 30 mins from Grantham and the A1, 40 minutes from Nottingham and Leicester, and 50 mins from Peterborough; Melton Mowbray is a large market town offering all local amenities including easy access to schools and good quality housing. The town is in the fortunate position of being surrounded by picturesque villages, beautiful countryside and local activities like Rutland Water.

Job description

Job responsibilities

    Health Care Assistant

    The purpose of the post is to assist the GPs and nursing team in the delivery of a safe and high quality primary care service for the practice population.

      The post holder will undertake delegated task and duties under direct or indirect supervision.

        The post holder will work within clear parameters and lines of accountability after appropriate training and assessment of competencies.

        Person Specification

        Knowledge

        Essential

        • Maintenance of up to date knowledge and skills in relation to roles undertaken
        • Understanding of Infection prevention and Control measures
        • Understanding of effective team working

        Qualifications

        Essential

        • NVQ level 3/QCF level 3 Diploma in Clinical Healthcare Support or equivalent.

        Experience

        Essential

        • NVQ level 3/QCF level 3 Diploma in Clinical Healthcare Support or equivalent.
        • Phlebotomy experience

        Desirable

        • Phlebotomy experience
        • Experience working in Primary Care
        • Administration of selected vaccines/medication by injection with the appropriate legal authorisation.

        Skills

        Essential

        • Good organisational skills
        • Good interpersonal and communication skills

        Disclosure and Barring Service Check

        This post is subject to the Rehabilitation of Offenders Act (Exceptions Order) 1975 and as such it will be necessary for a submission for Disclosure to be made to the Disclosure and Barring Service (formerly known as CRB) to check for any previous criminal convictions.

        UK Registration

        Applicants must have current UK professional registration. For further information please see NHS Careers website (opens in a new window).

        Employer details

        Employer name

        Latham House Medical Practice

        Address

        Sage Cross Street

        Melton Mowbray

        Leicestershire

        LE13 1NX


        Employer's website

        https://www.lhmp.co.uk/

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        Transitional Care Support Worker

        National Health Service

        Nottingham, MID
        1 day ago
        Nottingham, MID
        1 day ago

        Transitional Care Support Worker

        Nottingham University Hospitals NHS Trusts

        The closing date is 01 March 2021

        Job overview

        We are looking for a highly motivated individual with a passion for providing excellentcare in the hospital setting. This is a really exciting opportunity to join our supportivematernity team as a Transitional Care support worker. The successful candidate willhave good communication and organisational qualities and show a passion forproviding high quality, safe care to our patients on the maternity ward.

        You will be responsible for the safe and effective care of our pre-term and term babieswho need additional support whilst in hospital. A Transitional Care support worker willwork alongside midwives, with a primary focus on our neonatal inpatients. The role willprovide you with skills to care for babies requiring additional support with feeding,thermal regulation and personal hygiene

        Main duties of the job

        A Transitional Care support worker will show compassion and sensitivity to all patientswithin the maternity ward. They will have attributes of excellent communication andgood time keeping. They will always provide a high standard of clinical care, whilstsupporting families to be confident in caring for their baby. The Transitional Caresupport worker will be responsible for giving appropriate and factual information toparents.

        We are looking for a compassionate individual who is able to work well on their ownand as part of a team. Basic skills involve assistance with feeding, including NG tubefeeding, taking appropriate neonatal blood tests and regular observations. They willcarry out the basic care of the baby, escalating any change in condition to the midwifecaring for the baby. This is a good opportunity to have autonomy in your role, whilsthaving full support from midwifery colleagues.

        About us

        Our hospitals provide maternity care for around 10,000 women every year. Boningtonward is a 27 bedded mixed antenatal and postnatal ward which also has allocated bedsfor neonatal transitional care. We have a large team of midwives, doctors, maternitysupport workers, transitional care support workers and many more. Our team workswell together and is a supportive network.

        We are 24 hour service. Maternity staff work shifts in a combination of days, nights andweekends. We are looking for an individual that has flexibility and could adapt to theseshift patterns.

        This vacancy would suit a candidate with some experience in health care who islooking for a new challenge.

        Job description

        Job responsibilities

        Following appropriate training, the Transitional Care support worker will

        • Participate in the treatment and care of patients under indirect supervision of aregistered midwife
        • Carry our basic nursing care of the patients, promoting patient safety, comfort,dignity and confidentiality
        • Consider available resources to achieve safe care
        • Ensure patients are helped to maintain dignity and individuality
        • Use initiative in daily planning
        • Carry out the role without the need for constant supervision and direction,recognising limitations and seeking supervision when necessary
        • Comply with trust policy
        • Report all accidents and untoward incidents to the midwife in charge of area
        • Report problems with equipment and facilities to the midwife in charge
        • Be prepared to attend and undertake any necessary training
        • Maintain good communication with other staff, patients and visitos
        • Be aware of the need for confidentiality both within the written and spoken word
        • Liaise with other clinical areas as necessary for the coordination of patient careand the smooth running of the ward/unit/department
        • Collaborate with all members of the clinical area to ensure efficient running ofthe ward

        Person Specification

        Qualifications

        Essential

        • Nursery nurse qualifications/NVQ level 3 or relevant experience equivalent
        • GCSE grade C or above

        Desirable

        • Previous NHS experience within a Neonatal/Maternity area

        Experience

        Essential

        • Previous health care experience
        • Awareness of the needs of babies and families

        Desirable

        • Previous work with babies
        • Previous work on neonatal unit
        • Previous transitional care worker role

        Disclosure and Barring Service Check

        This post is subject to the Rehabilitation of Offenders Act (Exceptions Order) 1975 and as such it will be necessary for a submission for Disclosure to be made to the Disclosure and Barring Service (formerly known as CRB) to check for any previous criminal convictions.

        Employer details

        Employer name

        Nottingham University Hospitals NHS Trusts

        Address

        City Hospital Campus

        Nottingham

        NG5 1PB


        Employer's website

        https://www.nuh.nhs.uk/

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        Care Assistant- Newark

        Heathcotes Group

        Newark-on-Trent, MID
        8 days ago
        Newark-on-Trent, MID
        8 days ago

        FULL TIME Care Assitants – Enright, Newark

        Heathcotes Group are currently seeking Care Workers for our neighbouring 6 & 7 bed Residential services in Newark. Heathcotes Enright is a specialist residential service for adults with Asperges Syndrome, dual diagnoses and associated complex needs. This service has been designed exclusively for individuals who form part of the Transforming Care cohort and can be utilised as an intermediary between hospital and supported living.

        We support individuals with a diagnosis of Learning disability, Autism, Emotionally Unstable Personality Disorder, Post Traumatic Stress Disorder, Bi Polar affective disorder and Paranoid Schizophrenia.

        We support alongside the individual to complete daily living tasks such as cooking, cleaning, shopping, budgeting and encourage service users to participate in activities they enjoy. 

        The Role of a Support Worker:

        • Encourage individuals to live a life that makes sense to them.
        • Provide emotional support and encouragement where and when it is needed.
        • Always using a person-centred approach.
        • Monitoring & reporting changes in health, behaviour and needs to relevant professionals.
        • Ensuring the home is organised according to the needs of the service users and that safety measures are in place, you may also be expected to assist with housework, shopping, laundry.
        • Transporting individuals or escorting to medical or other appointments and social activities.
        • Supporting those who need it with budgeting and money management.


        Requirements:

        • A compassionate and friendly can-do attitude.
        • A willingness to work some evenings, weekends & bank holidays.
        • Drivers preferred but not essential.

        Shift Pattern:  As a Care Worker you will be contracted to 32.67 hours per week and will work 2 shifts from 8:15am – 10:30pm followed by 4 days off

        What we offer in return:

        • Pay rate is between £8.20-£9.65 per hour dependant on qualifications/experience.
        • Paid holidays & Paid enhanced DBS check.
        • Pension scheme.
        • Blue Light Discount Card
        • 12-week induction programme working towards achieving the Care Certificate & ongoing training support.
        • Excellent career progression opportunities.
        • Refer a friend scheme of £50 (ts&cs apply).

        If you are looking for a long and rewarding career, where you can really make a difference to the lives of the people we support, and you feel that you have the right values, attitude, and experience for the role of Care Worker, then we are keen to hear from you!

         

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        Care Assistant (Nights)

        Abbeyfield

        Nottingham, MID
        11 days ago
        Nottingham, MID
        11 days ago

        Abbeyfield is a charity for elderly people, providing housing to more than 7,000 residents across the UK and internationally. It is our mission to enhance our residents’ quality of life through high quality accommodation in a stimulating environment, maintaining a socially active life.

        We’re committed to providing the highest standards of care to our residents, and we believe that great care starts with great people. The interests of our valued staff and residents sit at the heart of what we do.

        Abbeyfield is more than a home; it’s a neighbourhood, a community, a family. Are you ready to be a part of it?

        Apply today!

        Job Description

        In return for your commitment, we offer a great pay and benefits package. This includes:

        ●          31 days paid leave, including bank/public holidays (pro rata)

        ●          Opportunity to earn a QCF Level 2 qualification in Social Care

        ●          Occupational sick pay scheme

        ●          Company pension scheme

        ●          Shop and save discounts

        Description of the role

        As one of our highly valued carers, you'll be at the front line of care delivery. You’ll help residents with their individual care needs such as personal care, medical care and following social interests. You’ll build a special bond with each resident and give professional and emotional support during difficult times such as periods of illness.

        You just know exactly how to make the residents feel as comfortable as possible and put a smile on their faces. Above all, you’ll treat residents with kindness, respect and compassion, ensuring each individual has a choice and feeling of self worth.

        Our Ideal Candidate

        Are you sensitive, empathetic and love to care for others? Do you enjoy building meaningful relationships and making a real difference? If that sounds like you, we think you’ll fit right in at Abbeyfield!  Whether you’re new to the world of care or looking to retrain, we’re looking for people to join our growing team of care assistants.

        Don’t worry if you have no experience - we’ll provide you with all the training you need. What’s more important is that you have a natural calling to care!

        About the House or Home you’ll be working in

        A purpose-built nursing home in the Sherwood district of Nottingham, The Firs provides a warm and inviting home with 31 en-suite single rooms close to local amenities and good transport links to the town centre.  We believe that activities play an important role for our residents by enhancing their quality of life. Our residents have access to a varied programme of events and social activities which they can choose to participate in – from fantastic live music from local performers to regular film afternoons.
        Families and friends are encouraged to visit to maintain relationships with our residents and are warmly welcomed to our home.  Our dedicated and friendly team provides support and guidance to our residents to promote their physical and emotional health by getting to know their likes and dislikes, including any special food preferences or dietary requirements.

        Every member in our team plays a dedicated role in supporting our residents to improve their quality of care and wellbeing.  We are proud to invest in our team throughout their career with learning programmes and continual professional development.

        As part of our team at The Firs, you will have excellent opportunities to work with some amazing people and give something back to our residents by enhancing and fulfilling their lives.

        If this sounds like somewhere where you would like to work, please do contact us.

        For more information about The Firs, please click here.

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        Care Assistant - Bestwood

        Westminster Homecare

        Nottingham, MID
        5 days ago
        Nottingham, MID
        5 days ago

        Westminster Homecare New Starter Bonus!

        We want YOU to join our team!

        To give you that extra reason to come over to Westminster Homecare we are offering a £500 joining bonus!

        Join us and get a £500 bonus in your first pay!* (T's & C's apply)

        Are you thinking about becoming a Full Time Care Worker but still looking for the right opportunity? Try Westminster Homecare. We have fully paid training for each care Worker and no previous experience is required.

        To join us as a Care Worker, you just need the right values and character. If you consider yourself trustworthy, compassionate, kind and warm hearted you could help us to deliver the very best care to our Service Users.

        We have a growing team of Care Workers that we train and support to become the very best. Each one has a rewarding role within the team. Each enjoys delivering high value care to wonderful Services Users in their own homes.

        This is a full time role with a great remuneration package that includes industry leading benefits.

        What are our values?

        Experience isn't required, but values are important to Westminster Homecare. We employ each Care Worker on the basis that we would trust them to care for our own relatives. You could be our ideal candidate if:

        • You are committed and passionate about delivering the highest standard of quality care to our Service Users.
        • You can work to ensure that you always show our service users respect and protect their dignity.
        • You will work to empower, enable and encourage our service users to remain as independent as possible.
        • Can work together with your team to achieve industry leading levels of care.

        Do you feel that you have these qualities? If you do, please apply without delay.

        Westminster Homecare's Care in the community services:

        Our care services are varied and they depend upon the requirements of each Service User. As a Care Worker you may be required to assist with:

        • Personal Care
        • Support with medication
        • Meal and snack preparation
        • General domestic help
        • Emotional and Social support

        You may also be helping with other tasks as may be required from time to time.

        What we offer each Care Worker

        We have great rates of pay and a fantastic range of benefits for each Full Time Care Worker.

        • Competitive pay rate
        • Bank Holiday Pay, Paid Annual Leave, Maternity & Paternity Pay
        • Fully funded training and development - NVQ 2, NVQ 3 and more specialist training
        • Career Development
        • WHC Discount Benefit Scheme - Blue Light Card
        • Mileage
        • Pension
        • Refer a Friend Incentive
        • Hastee Pay - financial wellbeing benefit

        *Get paid a £500 bonus in your first pay when you join us, but you have to stay with us a minimum of 6 months.

        Clawback Clause - if you leave within 6 months £500 must be returned to Westminster Homecare

        Our Recruitment Process

        As a CQC regulated employer, Westminster Homecare is committed to safeguarding and safer recruitment. All successful applicants will be subject to an enhanced disclosure among other checks. Professional and character references will be requested only at the time of a conditional offer of employment.

        About Westminster Homecare

        We started delivering personalised care and support to people of all ages and abilities during 1999.

        Today, we provide over 2 million hours of support each year to over 3000 people through a network of 19 branches. We work in partnership with some 40 Local Authorities & CCGs.

        With a team of over 2,000 compassionate, dedicated and highly skilled Care Practitioners, we enable those we support to continue living independently in their own homes.

        Health and Safety

        At Westminster Homecare, we take your safety seriously. We ensure that we meet all Government guidelines when it comes to Personal Protective Equipment (PPE). The safety of our staff and service users is paramount.

        Driving

        This role requires you to drive between the locations of our Service Users. Please apply only if you hold a valid driving license and have access to your own vehicle.

        From time to time we release other care vacancies that do not require a diving license and vehicle.

        Our Recruitment Process

        As a CQC regulated employer, Westminster Homecare is committed to safeguarding and safer recruitment. All successful applicants will be subject to an enhanced disclosure, among other checks. Professional and character references will be requested if you are successful and we offer you employment.

        About Westminster Homecare

        We provide over 2 million hours of support each year to over 3000 people through a network of 19 branches. We work in partnership with some 40 Local Authorities & CCGs.

        With a team of over 2,000 compassionate, dedicated and highly skilled Care Practitioners, we enable those we support to continue living independently in their own homes.

        Health and Safety

        At Westminster Homecare, we take your safety seriously. We ensure that we meet all Government guidelines when it comes to Personal Protective Equipment (PPE). The safety of our staff and service users is paramount.

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        Community Carer

        Belvoir Home Care

        Grantham, MID
        22 days ago
        Grantham, MID
        22 days ago
        An exciting opportunity has arisen for the successful candidate to join our friendly family ran business.
        Shifts are set to allow work life balance and are arranged in rotation with other staff members.
        Candidates will have experience in care as this is an overnight position and so being able to act on own initiative is important. However FULL TRAINING IS GIVEN.
        Tasks will include:
        • Personal care.
        • Meal preparation.
        • Companionship.
        • Medication assistance.
        • Assisting with toileting.
        • Promoting safety.

        This is a highly rewarding role to the right candidate, who would also receive benefits including:
        • Training at our own accredited training centre.
        • The opportunity to study towards recognised qualifications.
        • Tiered incentive pay scale.
        • Pension scheme.
        • Employee recognition awards.

        Our own employee assistance programme which offers free advise and support to our employees and their direct family members on legal matters etc.

        About Belvoir Home Care:

        EST. in 2011, Belvoir Homecare prides itself on delivering a prestigious and quality service. We support a range of clients in their own homes, who have varying needs and preferences. As a family ran business, our staff work in a supportive environment with a positive team ethic. We are well respected in our area and pride ourselves on going the 'extra mile' for our clients, with a minimum call time of 1 hour.

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        Care Assistant - West Bridgford

        Westminster Homecare

        Nottingham, MID
        5 days ago
        Nottingham, MID
        5 days ago

        Westminster Homecare New Starter Bonus!

        We want YOU to join our team!

        To give you that extra reason to come over to Westminster Homecare we are offering a £500 joining bonus!

        Join us and get a £500 bonus in your first pay!* (T's & C's apply)

        Looking for a Full Time Care Assistant position in a Care Provider with an excellent reputation? Look no further than Westminster Homecare.

        You don't need past experience to become a Care Assistant with us. We look for the right values and a great attitude. Dedicated, compassionate, kind carers help us to deliver the very best of care to our Service Users.

        We will train and support you to become an outstanding Car Assistant. As you develop, we all develop. Take on a position that helps you to develop great new experience as you meet and support more of our Service Users.

        The is a full time role.

        Do you share our values?

        We are looking for people who truly share our values and our passion for outstanding levels of care in the community. You should:

        • Remain committed and passionate about delivering the highest standards of care to our Service Users and work with your team to do so.
        • Ensure that our service users are always shown dignity and respect.
        • Empower and encourage our service users to remain as independent as possible.

        If you have these qualities, please Apply at your earliest convenience.

        Our Services

        We offer Care in the Community. That generally means providing care at the residence of the Service User. Our care services include:

        • Emotional and Social support
        • Meal Preparation
        • Medication Support
        • Personal Care
        • Domestic assistance
        • Additional tasks as required

        Your Benefits:

        As a Care Assistant working for Westminster Homecare, you will benefit from competitive rates of pay and a great package overall.

        • Career Development
        • WHC Discount Benefit Scheme - Blue Light Card
        • Fully funded training and development - NVQ 2, NVQ 3 and more specialist training
        • Fully paid training
        • Flexible hours
        • Competitive pay rate
        • Mileage
        • Bank Holiday Pay, Paid Annual Leave, Maternity & Paternity Pay
        • Pension
        • Refer a Friend Incentive
        • Hastee Pay - supports partial pre-pay of your salary to help with cashflow.

        *Get paid a £500 bonus in your first pay when you join us, but you have to stay with us a minimum of 6 months.

        Clawback Clause - if you leave within 6 months £500 must be returned to Westminster Homecare

        Our Recruitment Process

        As a CQC regulated employer, Westminster Homecare is committed to safeguarding and safer recruitment. All successful applicants will be subject to an enhanced disclosure among other checks. Professional and character references will be requested only at the time of a conditional offer of employment.

        About Westminster Homecare

        We started delivering personalised care and support to people of all ages and abilities during 1999.

        Today, we provide over 2 million hours of support each year to over 3000 people through a network of 19 branches. We work in partnership with some 40 Local Authorities & CCGs.

        With a team of over 2,000 compassionate, dedicated and highly skilled Care Practitioners, we enable those we support to continue living independently in their own homes.

        Health and Safety

        At Westminster Homecare, we take your safety seriously. We ensure that we meet all Government guidelines when it comes to Personal Protective Equipment (PPE). The safety of our staff and service users is paramount.

        Driving

        This role requires you to drive between the locations of our Service Users. Please apply only if you hold a valid driving license and have access to your own vehicle.

        From time to time we release other care vacancies that do not require a diving license and vehicle.

        Our Recruitment Process

        As a CQC regulated employer, Westminster Homecare is committed to safeguarding and safer recruitment. All successful applicants will be subject to an enhanced disclosure, among other checks. Professional and character references will be requested if you are successful and we offer you employment.

        About Westminster Homecare

        We provide over 2 million hours of support each year to over 3000 people through a network of 19 branches. We work in partnership with some 40 Local Authorities & CCGs.

        With a team of over 2,000 compassionate, dedicated and highly skilled Care Practitioners, we enable those we support to continue living independently in their own homes.

        Health and Safety

        At Westminster Homecare, we take your safety seriously. We ensure that we meet all Government guidelines when it comes to Personal Protective Equipment (PPE). The safety of our staff and service users is paramount.

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        Care Support Worker

        East London Business and Skills Consortium

        Nottingham, ENG
        1 day ago
        Nottingham, ENG
        1 day ago

        Job Purpose

        To assist qualified staff in the day to day running of the Care Home and to maintain high standards of care and service towards service users, relatives, visitors and other members of staff.

        To deliver care to service users as directed by the service user plan for that individual, reporting and changes or concerns to the nurse in charge or other qualified nursing staff.

         

         

        Accountable To 
        The Directors or owners.

         

        Reporting To
        The Care Manager or the Nurse in Charge.

         

        Key Tasks

        • Report both verbally and in writing on service users general condition and well being.
        • Maintain a clean and safe environment for service users and staff.
        • Assist nurses in maintaining records and care plans on each shift.
        • Make beds and use pressure care aids as directed.
        • Assist in the collection of specimens and samples.
        • Act as chaperon for medical and professional staff as may be required.
        • Assist service users in maintaining their personal hygiene, dressing and going to bed.
        • Report accidents and incidents to the nurse in charge or senior member of staff on duty.
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          Care of Service users

        • Assist in the care of all service users through the delivery of individual planned care programmes.
        • Promote independence and dignity of service users
        • Assist in enabling service users to live their chosen lifestyle.
        • Talk to and listen to service users.
        • Participate in social activities directed at benefiting service users quality of life.
        • Report complaints directly to the nurse in charge as soon as they are made.
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          Other Duties

        • Undertake NVQ level 2 training in Direct Care if not already qualified.
        • Undertake such in house and external training which is appropriate to your role and has been identified through a training needs appraisal.
        • Maintain confidentiality of information at all times.
        • Work within the policies, procedures and guidelines of the Homes’ Quality Management System.
        • Any other such duties as may be from time to time required to ensure the safe running of the home and delivery of appropriate care to service users
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          If you feel you meet the above criteria, please apply and our hiring manager will be in contact with you.

           

          Best of Luck!


        • To be keen and have a willingness to learn
        • To have a kind, caring and compassionate personality to be able to deliver the best care possible top clients
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        Senior Health Care Support Worker

        National Health Service

        Peter Hodgkinson Centre Greetwell Road Lincoln, MID
        3 days ago
        Peter Hodgkinson Centre Greetwell Road Lincoln, MID
        £19.737k - £21.142k Per Year
        3 days ago
        £19.737k - £21.142k Per Year

        Job Reference: 274-LPFT6789

        Employer:
        Lincolnshire Partnership NHS Foundation Trust
        Department:
        Conolly Ward
        Location:
        Peter Hodgkinson Centre Greetwell Road Lincoln
        Salary:
        £19,737 to £21,142 pa

        NEW BUSINESS – NEW SERVICES – NEW JOBS IN LINCOLNSHIRE!!

        Lincolnshire is leading the way with mental health transformation projects

        Do you want to be part of changing mental health for the future? Improving things for the next generation and influencing the future. We have a number of exciting new opportunities for clinical and non-clinical staff.

        Excellent, well trained and motivated staff are what make the Trust as successful as we are.

        We employ over 2200 staff in a variety of roles and are proud that in the past two years we have been rated by our own staff as one of the best mental health trusts in England; achieving the second best mental health trust nationally in 2018 staff survey. We firmly believe that the key to high quality patient care is a contented workforce and this is reflected in the Care Quality Commission rating us as ‘outstanding’ for well led and ‘good’ overall.

        As a Trust we believe that having a diverse workforce and allowing people to be themselves is essential to good employment, we are openly supportive and encourage difference. We have three active staff network groups for Black Asian Minority Ethnics (BAME), Lesbian Gay Bi-Sexual Transgender (LGBT+) and staff with Mental and Physical Lived Experience (MAPLE). This has resulted in annual staff conferences and some great national accolades, such as, the Trust being included in the Top 100 organisations in the country within the Stonewall Index.


        We are looking for a keen and enthusiastic person to become part of our friendly and supportive team. We are seeking only the best Senior Health Care Assistants, those who really want to ‘make a difference’, with the Trust values at the core of patient care.
        Do you feel you could meet our patient's expectations? Do you want to develop your skills, with the backing of a well-developed team and make a difference to the recovery of our patients? Are you seeking an opportunity to join a forward thinking Trust, great career opportunities, excellent training, where you can be challenged but rewarded and provide the standard of care to really make a difference every day – If the answer is yes, we want you to join our team.

        Conolly Ward is the only male acute ward within the Lincolnshire Partnership NHS Foundation Trust which is AIMS accredited by the Royal College of Psychiatrists. It is a 18 bedded male only acute ward with an additional one bed allocated for emergency admissions. The ward is for adults between the ages of (18-65) who are experiencing acute mental health difficulties. Applications are invited from highly motivated and dynamic candidates with a “can do” attitude to deliver the Trusts Vision and Values and help to improve our patient experience within acute care services. This is an exciting and challenging role which will afford the successful candidate to work as part of a supportive team that is focused on delivering high standards of care through evidence based practice.

        We offer 24 hour services within our Inpatient, Bed management, PCDU, Crisis and SPA teams, if you are successfully appointed to posts in these areas or others that might have specified, you will be required to work unsociable hours inclusive of nights and weekends and public holidays and shift patterns.



        In partnership with staff, volunteers, patients and carers we have developed our values, behaviours and culture over the past three years; and we live by them. Our leaders are compassionate, supportive and avoid blame. We look at solution focused outcomes, working on a theme of continuous improvement, which benefits the Trust, its employees and of course our patients and services users.

        We also offer great new rewards and benefits to staff as you will see, so if you are not already part of our team why not come and join us?

        We offer 24 hour services within our Inpatient, Crisis and SPA teams, if you are successfully appointed to posts in these areas or others that might have specified, you will be required to work unsociable hours and shift patterns.

        Preference will be given to NHS colleagues who are currently 'at risk' and meet the minimum criteria of the Job Description & Person Specification.
        Please provide accurate details for your references, these should cover the last 3 years and include your current or most recent employer or education to enable The Recruitment Team to be timely in their request. For internal staff we will seek a reference from your current manager.
        Interview Expenses will not be paid.
        Due to recent high volumes of applications, posts may be closed earlier once a sufficient number have been received.
        Where required new employees will be subject to an electronic Disclosure & Barring Service check, please refer to the additional documentation above. You will be asked to attend a Pre-employment check appointment in Sleaford or Lincoln. Start dates will coincide with Induction and fall on the first week of the each month.

        If you have any difficulty completing this application form please contact (01522) 421510
        You can find LPFT on Facebook and follow us on Twitter @LPFTNHS.

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        Care Assistant

        PerCurra

        Bottesford
        2 days ago
        Bottesford
        2 days ago

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        We are recruiting for the below locations:

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        We are recruiting to add Care Assistants to our team of dedicated carers.

        Can you provide care and support in a professional and friendly way with patience and reliability and help clients remain in their own homes?

        About PerCurra

        We train all our staff to the highest standards and support them fully in their careers in the care sector.

        We offer an online induction to all our employees and support to complete the Care Certificate. Options to continue training to NVQ 2 and 3 will be made available to established staff members. Because we are a fast growing, successful company there are always opportunities for employees to develop their skills.

        The Care Assistant Role:

        As our Care Assistant you will be providing care in the Client’s own homes. You do not need to have worked as a carer before, but some experience of care work (including caring for family and friends) is preferred.

        Work is currently available from 8am to 8pm, seven days a week and some weekend work would be expected.

        We operate between 7 am and 11 pm Monday-Sunday plus some nights

        If you feel have the skills and experience to become our Care Assistant please click ‘apply’ today, we’d love to hear from you!

        Job Type

        Full Time

        Posted

        2 days ago

        Description

        Heath Care Assistant

        Latham House Medical Practice

        The closing date is 08 March 2021

        Job overview

        Full Time (or Job Share) Health Care Assistant

        LHMP Pay Scale

        We are looking for an experienced Health Care Assistant to join our friendly and supportive Nursing/HCA Team.

        The role is rewarding and varied, it will suit someone who is enthusiastic, motivated and a good team player.

        LHMP Pay Scale

        We are looking for an experienced Health Care Assistant to join our friendly and supportive Nursing/HCA Team.

        The role is rewarding and varied, it will suit someone who is enthusiastic, motivated and a good team player.

        Main duties of the job

        You will have experience and confidence in managing patients face to face and have good organisational and communication skills.

        Our ideal candidate will hold a NVQ level 3/QCF level 3 Diploma in Clinical Healthcare Support or equivalent and have experience of working in Primary Care/Secondary Care or the Community.

        This HCA role within the Practice is developing in the Practice therefore a willingness to learn and a flexible approach is essential.

        About us

        Latham House Medical Practice, one of the UKs largest doctors surgeries, are looking for a committed, innovative and enthusiastic Health Care Assistant to join our semi-rural practice based in the town centre of Melton Mowbray.

        Conveniently situated within 30 mins from Grantham and the A1, 40 minutes from Nottingham and Leicester, and 50 mins from Peterborough; Melton Mowbray is a large market town offering all local amenities including easy access to schools and good quality housing. The town is in the fortunate position of being surrounded by picturesque villages, beautiful countryside and local activities like Rutland Water.

        Job description

        Job responsibilities

          Health Care Assistant

          The purpose of the post is to assist the GPs and nursing team in the delivery of a safe and high quality primary care service for the practice population.

            The post holder will undertake delegated task and duties under direct or indirect supervision.

              The post holder will work within clear parameters and lines of accountability after appropriate training and assessment of competencies.

              Person Specification

              Knowledge

              Essential

              • Maintenance of up to date knowledge and skills in relation to roles undertaken
              • Understanding of Infection prevention and Control measures
              • Understanding of effective team working

              Qualifications

              Essential

              • NVQ level 3/QCF level 3 Diploma in Clinical Healthcare Support or equivalent.

              Experience

              Essential

              • NVQ level 3/QCF level 3 Diploma in Clinical Healthcare Support or equivalent.
              • Phlebotomy experience

              Desirable

              • Phlebotomy experience
              • Experience working in Primary Care
              • Administration of selected vaccines/medication by injection with the appropriate legal authorisation.

              Skills

              Essential

              • Good organisational skills
              • Good interpersonal and communication skills

              Disclosure and Barring Service Check

              This post is subject to the Rehabilitation of Offenders Act (Exceptions Order) 1975 and as such it will be necessary for a submission for Disclosure to be made to the Disclosure and Barring Service (formerly known as CRB) to check for any previous criminal convictions.

              UK Registration

              Applicants must have current UK professional registration. For further information please see NHS Careers website (opens in a new window).

              Employer details

              Employer name

              Latham House Medical Practice

              Address

              Sage Cross Street

              Melton Mowbray

              Leicestershire

              LE13 1NX


              Employer's website

              https://www.lhmp.co.uk/