Are You Looking For A New Challenge? There has never been a better time to come and work at Staffordshire and Stoke on Trent Partnership NHS Trust. You will be joining one of the largest Integrated Health and Social care providers in the Country. With over 6,000 members of staff you can expect huge variety and new opportunities every day within the community and community hospital settings.
Our Trust values are: We put quality first We focus on people We take responsibility You will be passionate about our business, creating a culture of continuous improvement, where patient welfare is at the heart of all you do. As a key person in the directorate you will act as a role model and display our values in all your activities What we offer you in return: Mentorship & coaching Continued Professional Development (CPD) internal/external training opportunities Excellent pay Pension Holidays Local and national discount schemes Union representation In order to manage candidate expectations please note it takes approximately four to six weeks from the successful candidate being notified, to the unconditional offer being made (where all references and checks have been returned and approved). The candidate’s start date will then be subject to the length of notice that they are required to give in their current role Think you’ve got what it takes to join us? Here’s more about the role and what we are looking for: RHSW Band 3 within ICT Full Time & Part Time positions across various locations The Intermediate Care Team is looking for flexible, dynamic, motivated, Rehab Healthcare Support Workers to become part of our service.
TheIntermediate Care/Community Intervention Service (ICT/CIS) is an integrated, multi-disciplinary service that provides short term, rehab focused interventions to enable people to regain skills or to learn different skills to enable them to live as independently as possible. The service offers support to people ranging from those that need minimal support for a time limited period to rebuild confidence, learn new skills and relearn skills through to people at the end of their life requiring skilled health care interventions. The positions available are for dedicated, confident, caring Band 3 Health Care Support Workers, having a passion and commitment to deliver high standard quality care. They must be able to work independently as well as part of a team The Rehabilitation Healthcare Support Worker will provide basic nursing and social care and where appropriate enablement therapy, within the patients home.
This role is within a dedicated multi-disciplinary team utilising a wide range of health, social and therapy skills to support a client’s recovery and maximise their rehabilitation potential. Care is given within the client’s home throughout the Intermediate Care period as directed by the Intermediate Care Co-ordinator, and where appropriate from the Clinical Lead, Nursing Staff, Occupational Therapist and Physiotherapist. The posts available would be covering a 24 hour period comprising of early, late and night shifts, over 365 days of the year. The applicants will be required to have an NVQ appropriate to the delivery of this service.
Experience of community working would be advantageous, but not essential. It is the policy of the trusts recruitment team that most correspondence will be by email. It is therefore essential that you check your emails regularly when in the process of applying for vacancies online with this Trust. In the event of exceptionally high levels of response, we reserve the right to close the post before the date stated above in order to prevent the number of applications received being unmanageable.
You are advised to submit your completed application form as soon as possible to have the best chance of being considered.Please provide full contact details for all referees, especially their email addresses where possible. Failure to do may result in significant delays in your application. There may also be a requirement to provide additional referee details. We will not request references prior to interview unless you have given permission on your application form to do so, however, if you are offered a position with the Trust, references will be requested at the point of offer and by completing this application you are giving your approval for this information to be requested.
Please note that the transfer of previous NHS employment data is a part of the recruitment process and this information will be requested from any previous NHS organisations to assist with continuous service dates, again by completing this application you are giving your approval for this information to be requested. If you are successful and a Disclosure and Barring Service (criminal record) check is required, the cost of the disclosure (and admin fee) will be deducted from your salary over the first two months of employment. UK Registration Applicants applying for clinical roles must have current UK professional registration. For further information please see applying from overseas.
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