We are looking for enthusiastic, compassionate and motivated individuals. We are interested in people who are caring and committed to delivering a high standard of patient centred care. We are looking for hard working, flexible staff to work internal rotational shifts (day and night duty) that have an interest and/or passion for trauma & orthopaedic nursing and rehabilitation. This is an exciting opportunity to learn about rehabilitation in an expanding trauma department.
Successful applicants will be required to attend the Trusts week long induction programme to help you gain the necessary skills and ensure you are aware of the trusts CARE values. Following this trust wide induction you will receive up to 2 weeks supernumerary time on the ward to learn how we put these skills into practice. Those successful applicants who do not hold an NVQ Level II or above in Health and Social Care or a relevant qualification or hold a Diploma or Degree will be required to undertake an apprenticeship supported in house to gain the required qualification for a Healthcare Assistant. There will also be opportunities to undertake additional responsibilities on the ward and to progress further such as undertaking a Foundation Nursing or Associate Nurse degree.
Previous experience of working in a health care setting would be an advantage but not essential. Informal visits are strongly encouraged prior to interview. Please contact the ward to arrange an informal visit to meet us and look round.
Looking for a role where you can make a difference?
Wanting to make a start into healthcare?
We have the role for you!
HHFT is offering a trainee Healthcare Support Worker Apprenticeship
As an eligible trainee HCSW we invite you to join our dynamic healthcare team where you will complete the fully-funded HHFT Level 3 Senior Healthcare Support Worker Apprenticeship, gain a national qualification and upon completion, be offered a permanent substantive post!
As a HCSW you will be part of the surgical division at Hampshire Hospitals NHS Foundation Trust and we will ensure that your experience working with us mirrors the trust values of CARE
*Compassion, caring about our patients and our staff
*Accountable and responsible, always improving
*Respect for all colleagues, patients and their families
*Encouraging and challenging each other to always do our best
Full induction and orientation to the trust will be provided for all successful candidates ensuring you are fully supported so you can deliver the best experience for our patients. We believe in offering training and development opportunities and recognise outstanding performance and celebrate this. The trust is also committed to supporting you with appraisal and offer expertise for continuing professional development.
For further details / informal visits contact:
Megan Atkinson- Clinical Matron The Firs
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