ABOUT YOUR CAREER
Our Healthcare Support Workers play a vital role in our teams to support patients back to a full and meaningful life.
We believe that the opportunity we offer is special and unique. Whether you’ve already got experience or are brand new to health care we’ve got a role that’s right for you.
We’re interested in life experience as well your work experience. Kindness, compassion and the ability to get stuck in are also important to this hands-on and varied role.
You’ll join us in a job that suits you now and be supported to access training to develop your skills and further your career. Whether that’s on-the-job training to improve your practical skills or pursuing a future career in nursing without having to take a career break or pay university fees.
It’s really rewarding. You get to watch your patients recovery and how you’ve contributed.” Paula, Health Care Assistant
Where will you work?
Our services offer a wide range of opportunities depending on the work patterns, patient group or specialism you are interested in. We have opportunities now in;
- Mental Health inpatient wards (Hull)
- Children & Young People
- Adult Male
- Adult Female
- Older People
• Community mental health rehabilitation (Hull/East Yorkshire)
• Learning Disabilities
• Community Hospital In-patient wards (Whitby/Malton)
• GP Practices (East Yorkshire)
OUR HUMBELIEVABLE PROMISE
We empower our staff to take on new opportunities within their existing role, to help them take the next step in their careers.
We are committed to developing our workplace for the future so wherever you see yourself in five or even ten years, we’re invested in helping you make that happen.
As an NHS employee you can access an extensive range of staff benefits.
This includes things to use in your day-to-day life like NHS discounts and the Cycle to Work scheme, and long-term benefits like the NHS pension.
As an employer we pride ourselves on having a range of benefits that go even further, with a sector leading Leave Policy that is there to support you when you need it including 27 days annual leave as standard plus additional days off for your birthday and completion of Statutory Mandatory training!
We offer a wide range of roles to suit both your experience and how you prefer to work. Whether you would like to be based on an in-patient ward, out in the community or as part of a GP practice team there are a range of roles to choose from.
There are a range of shift patterns across our services so you can find the one that works for you.
You can also choose to boost your earnings with Bank shifts and access those funds the same day.
getting started, or taking the next step?
Starting from scratch?
If you’ve never worked in health or social care before you can still apply for a role. Our Band 2 Healthcare Support Worker roles have no qualification requirements and is a great place to start your NHS career.
We’re looking for compassionate, approachable and friendly individuals who want to help us provide excellent care to patients and their families.
If this sounds like you get in touch or apply today.
Ready to progress?
We are here to help you with your career planning, whether that’s development within your current role or pathways to a future career in nursing. We will help you map out where you want to go to and ensure you know what support we can offer to help you on your way.
We will support your professional development by ensuring you have access to high quality training in areas such a phlebotomy and Electroconvulsive Therapy (ECT).
If you are interested in development, we will support you to access our Trainee Nurse Associate programme to progress to the start of your nursing career in just two years. You will be given the support and time off to study without having to pay any university fees.