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Healthcare assistants – Bank

05 Mar 2019 | BY somarketing

Job Description

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We require healthcare assistants  – BANK/Varying shifts/hours – depending upon your availability.

Location: Leek, Stoke on Trent, Staffordshire

Current rate of Pay:

Bank Staff receive £8.72 (basic) + £1.05 (annual leave payment) = £9.77

Brief overview of the organisation:

The John Munroe Hospital Group has 71 beds and is situated in the Staffordshire Moorlands. The Group provides care for patients with severe and enduring mental illness, who may also be detained under section 3 of the 1983 Mental Health Act.

This position is ideal for those who would like more potential add hoc work or those who are at college or university who would like to gain some experience within a care setting.

Please note that this can be a physically demanding role due to the nature of the patient group and the fact that you will be trained in the Management of Actual and Potential Aggression (MAPA) method of de-escalation and physical restraint – so please take this into consideration before applying

Skills and knowledge required:

Good communication skills and flexibility as we may require you to work a shift at short notice as we provide 24 hours care to our patients.
Minimum Requirements: Undertaking nurse training, NVQ 2 or above or 1-2 years experience working in a healthcare setting (as a healthcare worker).

In return the John Munroe Hospital Group offers the successful candidates:

A highly professional and motivated team
Excellent pay rates – depending on qualifications
Full training given
Training in the Management of Actual and Potential Aggression (MAPA)
Cutting edge strategic vision
Excellent remuneration based on NHS Banding
Continuous professional development

How to apply: Either complete the attached application form or call 01538 394270 option 2 option 3 to speak to our HR dept.

Any appointment will be subject to a DBS and 2 x references.

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