Female Healthcare Assistant *Nights* - Ashby Ward
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Why the low secure and specialist rehabilitation division
Our division is specially designed for adults over the age of 18 with Mental Health, Personality Disorders and challenging behaviour. These include patients who might be a danger to themselves or others, or have committed serious offences. The division provides treatment in both secure and specialist non-secure rehabilitation facilities. Our facilities, activities, therapies and services are designed with our patients, recovery and community reintegration in mind.
We believe every individual has strengths; our treatment programs build on these to help our service users recover. We want all patients in our division to have the right care, treatment and support to be able to move into an environment of a lower security, and eventually return to the community.
Our patients and your colleagues will expect you to live the St Andrew’s CARE values of Compassion, Accountability, Respect and Excellence every single day
Your role with us
We are looking for a female Healthcare assistant to work on Ashby within our DBT Hub, supporting staff teams in delivering and focusing on our Patients and their rehabilitation, daily activities and care. The role can be quite active and we would therefore require you to be able to cope with the demands of an active post, and have good time management skills. Prior to commencing night shifts there will be a requirement that you work 1 month worth of day shifts to ensure that you receive appropriate support in your new role.
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 will need to be:
You'll also need:
We offer an excellent benefits package including:
*This position is exempt under the Equality Act 2010 regarding gender specification (formerly Section 7(2)(d) of the Sex Discrimination Act 1975)