Hospital at Night Technician/ Health Care Assistant | The Hillingdon Hospitals NHS Foundation Trust
|Posting date:||23 August 2019|
|Additional salary information:||£22,535 - £24,517 per annum including HCA|
|Closing date:||22 September 2019|
|Location:||Hillingdon, UB8 3NN|
|Company:||The Hillingdon Hospital|
An exciting opportunity has arisen for clinical technicians or health care assistants to join our newly re-structured Hospital at Night team.
Are you a naturally caring person who loves to make a difference to others no matter how small that difference might be? Do you like getting things done?
Are you known for being hard-working and reliable?
Are you ready to join a dynamic team that is responsible for the emergency response out of hours ? As a new member of the Hospital @ Night team you will have an opportunity to develop and shape this new role for the benefit of some of our most vulnerable patients.
The Hillingdon Hospitals NHS Foundation Trust provides acute and specialist services from two sites to a local population of 350,000. Our services include; accident and emergency services, inpatient care, day surgery, outpatient clinics and maternity services. Hillingdon is situated in North West London close to Heathrow airport and is the second largest London borough. Our vision is to put compassionate care, safety and quality at the heart of everything we do. We are clear that our Vision can only be achieved by our staff, our most valuable asset. We are committed to making improvements for both our patients and our staff which we will deliver through living our core values: Communication, Attitude, Responsibility, Equity and Safety - CARES. More information about our Vision and values and how we build theses into our recruitment process can be found at the Hillingdon Hospital website.
We want our patients to receive the best possible care from people for whom nothing is too much trouble. So if you recognise yourself in the description above and it excites you to think you could be one of our team caring for our patients on a daily basis, we would love to hear from you. You will be a compassionate, enthusiastic and confident individual, who is able to provide (following training) the highest standard of patient care, under supervision. You will need to be able to prioritise work under pressure and have excellent communication skills; both written and verbal. You will need to be reliable, hardworking and trustworthy. In return you will gain excellent clinical experience, education and development opportunities.
The ability to cannulate, perform phlebotomy and catheterise is desirable.
This advert closes on Friday 6 Sep 2019