Health Care Assistant - AMU | East Sussex Healthcare NHS Trust
|Posting date:||22 August 2019|
|Additional salary information:||£17,652 - £19,020 per annum|
|Closing date:||21 September 2019|
|Location:||Eastbourne, BN21 2UD|
Eastbourne District General Hospital
Health Care Assistants – Band 2
Acute Medical Unit
Full time 37.5 hours – Internal Rotation
Salary- £17,652 - 19,020 per annum
The Acute Medical Unit (AMU) is a diagnostic and emergency treatment unit in acute medicine with a varied workload; we are looking for Health care Assistants to join our Team,
Hospital experience is desirable but not essential. A minimum of NVQ2 two in health and social care or the equivalent.
We ensure all emergency admission patients receive seamless, high quality care at the point of admission
We pride ourselves on having a friendly and welcoming team – both Nursing and Medical – where you never feel alone and you get the support that you need. We also work very closely with our colleagues from Adult Social Care and Allied Health Professionals – Physiotherapists and Occupational Therapists and with our Mental Health Team.
Successful applicants will be required to complete a week long Induction course, which will include all the Trust statutory/Mandatory training to join our team inviting them to share their knowledge and experience with the ward; you will need to be well motivated and committed to high standards of patient care.
Therefore, if you are looking to achieve something new every day – learning clinical skills, learning new life skills, meeting new people or having a positive impact on patient experience – this is the opportunity for you.
No week will ever feel the same again!
This advert closes on Thursday 5 Sep 2019
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