UK National Health Service Jobs & Careers in Watford, East of England, England


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14 days ago

Support Worker

UK National Health Service Watford, East of England, England

Hertfordshire Partnership University NHS Foundation Trust (HPFT) is a successful provider of mental health and learning disability services with… Glassdoor


23 days ago

Band 6 - Junior Sister/Charge Nurse CED

UK National Health Service Watford, East of England, England

Childrens Emergency Department is a purpose built department for children managed within Childrens Services and co located to Adult Emergency… Glassdoor


10 days ago

Health Care Support Worker

UK National Health Service Watford, East of England, England

We are particularly seeking candidates who can work flexible hours, early morning, evenings and night duty. Full time/part time applications… Glassdoor


7 days ago

Band 3 - Operational Administration Officer

UK National Health Service Watford, East of England, England

The role will entail liaising with all wards, Clinical departments, consultants and senior management and you will be at the centre of the daily… Glassdoor


14 days ago

Marketing Assistant

UK National Health Service Watford, East of England, England

Its likely youll bring solid experience of excellent customer service in marketing-related role. You will definitely be qualified to A-level standard… Glassdoor


9 days ago

Band 7 Medical Education Manager

UK National Health Service Watford, East of England, England

The manager will be responsible, alongside the current Medical Education Manager/Undergraduate Lead, for the oversight of the day-to-day running of… Glassdoor


15 days ago

Band 6 - Occupational Therapist

UK National Health Service Watford, East of England, England

The focus of the AAU and A&E/EAC is to provide efficient and effective assessment and intervention to avoid unnecessary admission to hospital. The… Glassdoor


16 days ago

Band 5 Staff Nurse/Charge Nurse - Ambulatory Care

UK National Health Service Watford, East of England, England

We provide an effective service for our patients giving them access to a thorough assessment, fast diagnostics and a Consultant lead service using… Glassdoor


20 days ago

LAS ST3/4/5

UK National Health Service Watford, East of England, England

Appointees will hold full MRCP or equivalent, and have experience of working in the UK at CMT level. Previous Endocrinology experience is desirable… Glassdoor


14 days ago

Band 7 Specialist Diabetes Dietitian

UK National Health Service Watford, East of England, England

The post holder will provide cover to specialist pump, young adult, renal and foot clinics across all three of our hospital sites. You will support… Glassdoor


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    Pros

    Working with clinicians to make a real difference for patients.
    The most wonderful feeling in a job in the NHS is when you capture that clinical passion for quality with your drive to succeed, and know that together you've genuinely changed something for the better. It's also fascinating learning about all the different clinical specialities.
    Tip: use the evidence base and ask practitioners for their views before you start. If you just go in with a set of slides full of management jargon and lots of targets with no explanation, saying "this is what you should do" unsurprisingly, you can actually see people's heels digging into the carpet.
    Respect people's knowledge, experience and values, and it's amazing what you can do despite political meddling.

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    It's getting harder and harder to do this (see above comment).
    Clinicians are getting more and more tired, not just with the avalanche of new 'must dos', but fewer people having to do more work over longer hours often for less money.
    Seeing endless reorganisations and wheel reinventions.
    Culture of bullying.

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