The Children’s Medical Unit at Southampton Children’s Hospital is currently recruiting Band 3, Senior Health Care Assistants.
This is an exciting opportunity to join the large friendly team on the Children’s Medical Unit where we care for infants, children & young people with their families who have a huge variety of complex, acute and / or chronic health care needs.
We are looking for experienced health care assistants, who must hold a NVQ 3 in Health & Social Care (or equivalent) with experience & interest in caring for children and young people. The successful applicant must be able to work across a full range of shifts including nights and weekends.
In return will we offer successful applicants an orientation package to include supernumerary induction and are keen to support the right candidate in further training and development whilst working in a great team, caring for a fantastic patient group.
Should you require any further information please contact Maureen Wiltshire the Senior Sister on ( Phone number removed ) or arrange an informal visit via the same number with any of the ward sisters.
Informal visits are encouraged.
Interviews have been arranged for 09/11/2016
Please note emailed CV’s and letters will not be considered the only application process is via online.
UHS was rated in the top 5 Acute NHS Trusts as one of the best places to work according to staff in 2014
For further details / informal visits contact:
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Applicants from UHS NHS Foundation Trust whose posts are considered to be ‘At Risk’ will be given prior consideration for this post
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