Porter Job Description
Porters are the heartbeat of NHS hospitals, making sure crucial goods and items are delivered where they are needed most. They are also make sure patients are at the right place at the right time to get the treatment they need.
As a porter, you could be moving
• patients on trolleys or in wheelchairs
• stores and equipment
• samples of patients' blood
• post and parcels
• cylinders of gas
• trolleys of food and drink
Depending on where you work in a hospital, you may have other duties including:
• cleaning and tidying outside areas and gritting in cold weather
• cleaning indoors
• replacing curtains round beds in wards
Who will I work with?
Porters must be
• friendly and helpful
• calm and reassuring
• physically fit for lifting, walking, pushing, etc
• willing to work with staff and patients of all ages and from all walks of life
• health and safety aware
• able to follow instructions carefully
• communication skills
• organisational skills
StaffBank can offer you the flexibility you desire with the benefit of the NHS pension scheme, and more. Our jobs would bring a brilliant opportunity to anyone who is looking to top up their current salary, skills or to accommodate their personal circumstances. You’ll be reliable, dedicated and flexible, with a commitment to competent, high quality care delivery. StaffBank requires you to have: * Registration with the GMC * Eligibility to work within the UK with 6 Months minimum recent experience. StaffBank can offer you: * Flexible hours * Free Core skills training and annual updates * Support from a friendly and approachable team * Excellent, Competitive pay rates * Access to the NHS Pension
As part of the recruitment process you will be required to complete an enhanced CRB check. Apply now to find out more about this incredible opportunity! Successful candidates will also have an opportunity to learn about our great benefits!
Bank Partners is an employment agency/employment business (as defined by the Conduct of Employment Agencies and Employment Businesses Regulations 2003) and is acting on behalf of its client in relation to this vacancy.