The North West Surrey NHS and Social Care Partnership are holding a joint recruitment event for entry level care worker roles in the following 4 organisations:
•Surrey County Council
•Ashford & St. Peter's Hospitals NHS Foundation Trust
•Surrey and Borders Partnership NHS Foundation Trust
Across the organisations we have vacancies in hospital, community and home settings, these are hosted at organisations across the North West Surrey area so there will likely be one close to where you live. These roles involve providing help at home and care for people in the acute and mental health hospital settings.
All of the organisations can offer you good further training within the care setting and have positive career development opportunities. There are a variety of working patterns on offer and all roles have the ability for you to work full time or part time hours to give you the perfect work/life balance.
The NHS and Local government terms and conditions of service offer all their staff a generous annual leave allowance and have a great pension scheme available. No previous care experience is necessary for most of the roles and your suitability for each role will be assessed at the assessment day.
Roles on Offer:
Surrey County Council
Working within the community, usually in peoples' homes, to promote independence and choice for people by helping them to work towards their reablement goals as set out in their support plan.
You will work closely with carers and others (e.g. Team Leader and Occupational Therapists) and in addition to meeting the person's needs, to try to prevent unnecessary admission to hospital or residential care.
Ashford & St. Peter's Hospitals NHS Foundation Trust
Health Care Assistants Working on Adult Wards in an Acute Hospital Setting
At Ashford and St Peters our workforce is diverse and we celebrate the differences in us all by listening and respecting our fantastic nursing teams.
We have excellent career development opportunities offering clear pathways to join Apprenticeship Programmes that can even lead to becoming a Nursing Associate or Registered Nurse.
Good communication skills, with a compassionate and caring nature are essential. Specific previous experience isn't required as full training will be given, which includes attending a ten day Trust Induction Programme.
The roles available are within our surgical and medical wards based at St Peter's Hospital in Chertsey. There you will be supporting the registered nursing teams to provide excellent care to our patients.
Our teams will support you in achieving your goals in an environment where you can expect to be a valued member of the ASPH team.
Community Nursing, Rehab Assistant and Health Care Assistants
The post holders would be expected to visit clients in their own home as well as care homes and work closely with the nursing team, family and carers to deliver high quality individualised care.
Community Hospital, Health Care Assistants
To support and assist the senior team member in the provision of a high standard of care and the promotion of physical, mental and emotional health to individuals and client groups. To be an effective member of the Multidisciplinary Team carrying out assigned tasks involving direct care in the support of the senior team member.
Rapid Response and Out of Hours Nursing, Health Care Assistants
Working in our Multi-Professional team the post(s) provide therapy support to the clinicians and provide prescribed rehabilitation packages of care to support patients in their own environment, preventing unnecessary acute hospital admissions and supporting complex discharges from hospital. Although expected to work autonomously the post holder will not be alone, the team is supported by a clinical service manager, Advanced Nurse Practitioners and Team Leader Physio and Occupational therapists. You will also have the support of GP's, Rapid Response Matrons and nurses
Surrey and Borders Partnership NHS Foundation Trust
Health Care Assistants
In-Patient Units for Adult Mental Health and Older Adult Mental Health. To provide physical and psychological care to service users in accordance with the specified plan of clinical care and provide support to carers.
Suitable for someone who is looking for a busy and challenging environment to develop and establish effective working relationships and who has a passion for supporting people to help deliver high quality care.