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Senior Healthcare Assistant - Cardiology

Band 3

Main area
Band 3
Full Time 37.5 Hours Per Week
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Royal Preston Hospital
£17,787 - £20,448 per annum/Pro Rata
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Are you passionate about giving high quality nursing care with compassion? Do you have a desire to make a difference? Do you want to be supported to develop in your career?

We have an exciting opportunity for passionate and "can do" Band 3 health care assistant on ward 18

We are looking for health care assistants with a genuine desire to look after cardiac and endocrine patients. You should have a keen interest in providing high quality; harm free, patient centered care in a busy, fast paced, ever changing and often challenging environment

For this role you will need to demonstrate excellent communication skills, you must display a positive and professional manner, have a non- judgmental attitude, be open to change and have the drive and commitment to aim to get it right for every patient every time.

In return for your motivated and caring approach we will offer strong commitment to your personal and professional development

If you can prove you are compassionate, and have strong and clear communication skills please contact us today and join one of the hardest working but friendliest teams in nursing!!

A full time vacancy is available. Flexibility is essential, internal rotation onto nights and possible rotation across the service in the future.

You must be able to demonstrate that you have the following qualifications:

GCSE Maths & English grade C or above / Grade 4 - 9 OR Functional/Key skills level 2 numeracy and Functional/Key Skills level 2 literacy


 BNCS or NVQ Level 2 in Care / Internal Level 2 training programme

Interview date: TBC 

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