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"My favourite thing about working at St Andrew's is Feeling like part of a team and working together.
I was also really pleased when I discovered the Aspire programme as I was not sure if I would be able to study nursing otherwise.
I have quickly progressed and am now in my final year of university. I will be working as a mental health nurse in a years’ time, which is incredibly exciting!"
From £16,980 plus enhancements (£19,405 inclusive of enhancements based on standard shifts)
Hours: 37.5 per week
Our specialist Men’s Medium Secure IPU is made up of 5 wards; Prichard, Cranford, Robinson, Fairbairn and Rose. All situated in William Wake House, each ward has their area of specialism and provides exceptional care for male patients with needs including; deaf/communication difficulties, brain injury and personality disorders.
Your role with us
As a HCA, you'll be under the guidance of a qualified healthcare professional, usually a nurse, and work with doctors, psychologists and a range of other healthcare professionals. The main contact you'll have, though, is with the people in our care.
There are no set entry requirements to become a Healthcare Assistant but there are skills and personal characteristics needed. To be a Healthcare Assistant in mental health care, you'll need to be:
You'll also need:
The role can be quite active and we would therefore require you to be able to cope with the demands of an active post.
We offer an excellent benefits package including:
Closing date: Sunday 28th July 2019