Healthcare Assistant Planned Service

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Location
England | Lincolnshire
 
Lincolnshire
Job function
Community Nursing & Care
Salary
£9.71 per hour plus enhancements
 

Location in Lincolnshire

Part Time and Full Time

Night duty covering 30-mile radius

Closing date: 16th February 2020

Interview date: 11th March 2020

 

As a Healthcare Assistant Planed Service with Marie Curie, you'll be there for people in their time of greatest need. We provide free specialist care and support to patients with terminal illnesses whilst offering vital emotional support for their families. It's all about giving them the best possible quality of life. The support we offer is tailored to meet individuals' medical, social, spiritual and emotional needs.

An exciting opportunity has arisen for Healthcare Assistants to join our teams in Lincolnshire. You will be working across all our commissioned day and night services and will be part of a team providing excellent individualized care, enabling patients to be cared for and die in their own homes surrounded by their families and loved ones. A driver's license and the use of a car insured for business use are essential.

You will need an NVQ 2/3 or equivalent in Health and Social Care and you must have relevant experience in Palliative Care.

In return, you will have the opportunity to access a generous portfolio of training and education, management support, clinical supervision and an occupational pension scheme (NHS pension transferable).

Marie Curie is here for people living with any terminal illness, and their families. Marie Curie offers expert care, guidance and support to help them get the most from the time they have left.

Our Marie Curie nurses and healthcare assistants work night and day, in people’s homes across the UK, providing hands-on care and vital emotional support. Our Marie Curie hospices offer specialist round-the-clock care. And Marie Curie support people throughout their illness by giving practical information, support from trained volunteers and being there when someone wants to talk.

Physical activities required by the role include but are not limited to patient handling, frequent standing, sitting, walking, climbing up and down stairs, kneeling and crouching to attend to patient needs (including in an emergency situation) and load handling.

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