Here at Liverpool Women's NHS Foundation Trust, we strive to provide excellent patient care with our skilled and committed workforce.
We are currently recruiting for Bank Rotational Healthcare Assistants. This means you will be required to work within any of the departments here at the Liverpool Women's NHS Foundation Trust. This includes Maternity, Gynaecology, Neonatal, and Fertility Services.
Joining the bank provides an excellent opportunity for those who wish to gain insight and experience into diverse areas and specialties while providing you with the flexibility to choose your own working hours.
The role will involve working in a busy, challenging and rewarding environment. We are looking for individuals who are focused on providing high quality patient centered care.
You will need to have experience in care and a caring and compassionate attitude, excellent communication skills, ideally you will have NVQ Level 2 qualification in Health and Social Care, QCF or completed the Care Certificate programme.
You will also be able to demonstrate literacy and numeracy skills and the ability to deliver high standards of patient care. You will need to be able to work flexibly, using your own initiative and be able to function as part of a team. Experience as a Healthcare Assistant or caring for people in a hospital/care setting would be an advantage, but is not essential.
The role of Bank Rotational Healthcare Assistant will be providing cover as and when required. This will be either working shifts at any time (long days / lates /earlies / weekends) and you could possibly be contacted at short notice.
If you would like to be part of the Liverpool Women's NHS Foundation Trust, please apply by completing the application form that is available from Thursday 24th Jaunuary on both NHS Jobs and Trac, by entering the following job reference number: 159-LWH-23-19
We will be hosting an open day for interviews from 9am - 4pm (subject to change) on Friday 12th April 2019. Time slots will be allocated by email if you have been successful at the shortlisting stage. Should you be successful at interview you will be informed on the day and recruitment checks will be completed on that day.