Mental Healthcare Assistant - Wiltshire
|Posting date:||23 August 2019|
|Salary:||£10.50 to £15.00 per hour|
|Additional salary information:||Uplifts for nights and weekends|
|Closing date:||22 September 2019|
|Location:||Salisbury, Wiltshire, SP2 8BJ|
|Company:||Service Care Solutions|
|Job reference:||HCA Wiltshire JN2_1566544662|
This is an excellent opportunity for Mental Healthcare Assistants looking for work either to supplement your current job or as an opportunity for flexible part-time/full-time employment. I currently have weekday, nights and weekend shifts available.
The positions are Bands 2 and 3 with uplifted rates of pay for nights and weekends.
The Limited company hourly rates of pay are from £10.50 to £15.00 per hour.
Service Care Solutions are specialist providers of ad hoc shifts to the NHS for both nursing and healthcare assistants.
The positions involve working within various adult mental health services, offering one-to-one engagement with patients and contributing to their on-going treatment and recovery.
It is essential that the successful candidate will be PMVA (or equivalent) trained and have substantial experience as a Healthcare Assistant or Support Worker in a mental health role, preferably in a ward or inpatient environment. NVQ Level 2 or 3 in Health and Social Care would be a benefit, as well as significant experience in performing observations, with the ability to spot deterioration.
We have shifts available immediately, for more information please contact myself at Jake.Nuttall@servicecare.org.uk
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