Bank Health Care Assistant - London

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The Whittington Hospital are seeking to recruit experienced Health Care Assistants to join the staff bank.

As a Bank Healthcare Assistant, you will have the choice to cover vacant ad-hoc shifts throughout the hospital, you can have the advantage to be working in many different areas and with different teams.

The Whittington Hospital has a reputation as one of the safest hospitals in England and won the CHKS Patient Safety Award 2013. This is a fantastic opportunity for anyone looking to develop their skills and experience with a trust that have a reputation for developing and nurturing talent. 

 Essential Requirements:

  • Excellent communication skills, both written and verbal
  • Strong initiative and commitment, with a ‘can do’ attitude to work
  • A patient-centred approach to work
  • A minimum of 6 months experience working within the NHS as a health care assistant

Our Bank Nurses are invaluable to us and in return for their dedication and commitment, we offer the following benefits:

  • Opportunities to work across sites, gaining invaluable knowledge and experience
  • We operate with an open-door policy
  • Priority of shifts over agency workers
  • Ability to self-book shifts with a weekly paying system
  • Access to free Bank Partners Core Skills Training

 How do I apply?

Please apply directly to this advertisement by attaching your CV and a member of the recruitment team will be in contact with you.

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.

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