Every employee at The Mid Yorkshire Hospitals NHS Trust strives to provide excellent patient experience every single time. As an employer, we strive to provide an excellent employment experience to every one of our employees, every day from the day they apply for employment with us. We have four core values, developed by our staff, and these are at the heart of everything we do to enable us to deliver our ambitions of excellence.
In this role, you will have the opportunity to personally make a difference to our patients' lives and the lives of their carers and relatives every single day. Our Healthcare Assistants work at the heart of our multidisciplinary teams who support our patients by assisting the Registered Nurses in planning, delivering, and evaluating care. This will require you: to be able to communicate effectively with a broad range of individuals, both verbally and in writing; to share our commitment to maintaining high standards in everything we do; and to demonstrate that you can work effectively within a team that behaves in accordance with our values.
The roles are varied and busy as you will be working a variety of shifts including 'long days', nights, weekends and bank holidays. We will support you to achieve full training for your core duties including achievement of a national Care Certificate, and we will support your continued development.
To be eligible to work as a Healthcare Assistant Apprentice we expect that you have Level 1 Functional Skills in Numeracy and English or equivalent GCSE levels.
Once you have successfully completed your apprenticeship, you will automatically become a Healthcare Assistant. To be eligible for a funded apprenticeship, you must be over the age of 16, a resident in the UK/EU for the last three years and you must not hold a level 3 qualification (or above) or an NVQ Level 2 qualification in the same pathway or subject, e.g. BTEC or GCSE. Please note, you will need to be available to start immediately, no later than October 2022. Before you apply there are a few things you need to consider:
- Interview days will take place on:
- Friday 10th June 2022
- Monday 20th June 2022
-Friday 1st July2022
-Friday 8th July2022
-Thursday 28th July 2022
-Friday 29th July 2022
If you need any help with your application or have any questions about the application process, our recruitment team will be happy to help you via email@example.com or 01924 546152.
Best of luck with your application!
When submitting your application, please read the Information and Guidance for Applicants, Job Description and Person Specification. We select employees on the basis of values as well as the skills and experience required for the job. Please use your application as an opportunity to demonstrate these.
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- falls within the scope of the Fit and Proper Persons test, we are required to provide information in support of our assessment of you to the CQC. This will include copies of all your application information and details of assessments undertaken as part of your employment.
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This post is subject to the Rehabilitation of Offenders Act 1974 (Exceptions) Order (as amended) and as such it will be necessary for a submission for Disclosure to be made to the Disclosure and Barring Service (DBS) to check for any previous criminal convictions.Tier 2 Certificate of Sponsorship
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