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We’re the NHS, one of the best health services in the world. These Healthcare Support Worker roles are the perfect entry point to a healthcare career. You don’t need any experience. A passion for helping people and hardworking nature is all you need to have a lasting, positive impact on people’s lives. There’s lots of choice. There are a huge range of Healthcare Support Worker roles across our different patient settings. You could be on the maternity units, helping older people in their homes, or in the heart of our hospital wards. You’re guaranteed hands-on as well as formal training, not to mention career-long opportunities. Plus, you’re practically guaranteed a job for life. It really is a job like no other. Check out our Healthcare Support Worker in-person hiring events page to find out information about the next event near you https://www.indeed.com/job-search-services/nhs
We’re a unique organisation, with a nationwide network of hospitals, medical centres and gyms. Everyone works together, as one big community. Which means we can take care of the whole healthcare journey - from diagnosis, treatment and cure, to helping all kinds of people reach their fitness goals and prevent illness in the first place. What’s more, we invest every penny we make back into our services. We’re always considering new ways to make our facilities better, to create environments where people love to work. We also support cutting edge research and development. Put simply, we’re taking healthcare forward, for the benefit of our members and patients everywhere. We invest in our people, too. From doctors and nurses, to physios and trainers, and everyone who keeps things running behind the scenes, they’ve each got specialist skills that make a difference. Most importantly, they’re all committed to providing fantastic experiences.
Priory Group is the leading independent provider of behavioural care in the UK. Our purpose is to make a real and lasting difference for everyone we support and we are passionate about investing in the future of those that work with us to achieve that goal. Whatever career path you aspire to take, you could find the perfect role within one of our teams.
Lancashire Care NHS Foundation Trust provides health and well being services for a population of around 1.4million people. The services provided include community services such as health visiting, podiatry, sexual health and dentistry as well as inpatient and community mental health services. The Trust covers the whole of the county and employs around 7,000 members of staff across more than 400 sites. LCFT services are within easy reach of the Lake District, Forest of Bowland, Blackpool, Southport and the Yorkshire Moors, as well as the historic cities of Lancaster, Manchester, Preston, Liverpool and the market towns of Garstang, Chorley and Bury. The M6, M60, M61, M65 and M55 motorways bring 50% of the UK's population within a 2 hour drive. Manchester and Liverpool airports are all within easy reach.
We provide specialist NHS mental health and learning disability services in South East England. We care for people at home, in hospital and through our community services. Our services are for people of all ages across Sussex. We also provide specialist mental health services for children and young people in Hampshire. We collaborate closely across health and care on behalf of the patients, families, carers and local communities we serve. We work with others including the voluntary sector, housing and employment agencies, and the people who use our services. We're part of Sussex Health and Care Partnership, as well as Hampshire and Isle of Wight Sustainability and Transformation Partnership. This is about working in partnership as a system to improve care and treatment for the local communities we serve. As the lead organisation for two Provider Collaboratives, we're also responsible for commissioning specialist children's mental health services in Dorset and Wessex, as well as secure care in Kent and Sussex. We have a charity called Heads On which helps people with mental health problems and learning disabilities feel supported, stay active and be more involved in their communities.
Our Values - CEO Reflections "The values we choose to live by, either as individuals or organisations are the foundations of the culture and behaviour that colour our personal and professional lives. Unlike many organisations, the NHS has always had a strong sense of what it values – they were “hard baked” into its establishment some 72 years ago. They are a big part of what drives those of us who have joined this amazing institution and make it such a privilege to be a part of it. Every organisation has its own way of expressing these values, relevant to local history and the hopes and aspirations of the staff that make it up. Indeed, Hywel Dda University Health Board worked with over 2000 staff in 2015/2016 to adopt our own version, which gives voice to how we jointly feel about the sort of organisation we want to be in the wider NHS family. These values were: Putting people at the heart of everything we do - We take responsibility for the effective care of our patients whilst we support our colleagues to ensure we place people at the centre of all we do. Striving to deliver and develop excellent services - We will endeavour to continually improve and enhance the services we offer as a health care provider Working together to be the best we can be - We take responsibility to work alone or as a team to build reputable services to deliver the very best health care we can for our patients. People striving together – for me, this gets to the heart of what the NHS is all about. People are our staff, our patients, carers, their wider families and the population we serve. Striving for excellence means ensuring there is time, space to think, learn and develop, and working together means building genuine, equal and long lasting partnerships. These values, however, need to be much more than a behaviour framework for ourselves and others. Of course, we should think about how each of us can embody these values in our day-to-day work, encourage and support others to do the same and not stand aside when we see others failing to live them. But, as a Board we also have a responsibility to think about how we can take these values as “design principles” for the organisation – bringing the values to life by building the structures, processes and policies which enable the organisation to be a place which itself embodies these values. I believe the most important duty of the Board is to make the organisation a great place to work for all our staff and a place where those we serve feel full partners in what we do. I believe that building the organisation around our values is the best way to achieve this. We have such a long way to go and face the constant pressure of today’s priorities but I hope you can join me on this mission so that these values really do change the very fabric of Hywel Dda. Our values represent how we will do things and the expected behaviours in working for this Health Board. We also wanted organisational values that we can genuinely live and breathe. We have nine personal values that every single one of us in Hywel Dda should demonstrate on a day-to-day basis. Dignity, respect and fairness Integrity, honesty and openness Caring, kindness and compassion As an organisation I want to incorporate three additional statements, as well as the personal values. These speak for themselves. Putting people at the heart of everything we do Working together to be the best we can be Striving to deliver and develop excellent services In terms of the behaviours we want to see I trust that you will join me in embracing them and strive to implement them all across the organisation.”
Oxford Health NHS Foundation Trust has been rated as Good by the Care Quality Commission (CQC). We are a responsive and innovative Foundation Trust that places our values of Caring, Safe and Excellent at the heart of everything we do. We take great pride in our staff and believe that investing in you is key to us achieving our vision of outstanding care delivered by outstanding people. We work with a wide range of partner organisations to deliver care and support to people in their own homes and from a number of hospitals and community bases. We focus on delivering care as close to home as possible.
We’ve been providing patient-centred healthcare to communities in the North East of England and beyond for over 250 years. We’re one of the largest NHS trusts in the UK, offering a wider range of specialist services than any other. From newborn babies to the elderly and infirm, our aim is to deliver leading-edge healthcare with a personal touch.