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Newcross Healthcare Solutions - Brighton, East Sussex, South East

This is a great chance for you to improve your skill set with a range of free training programmes available, all provided by Newcross earned through credits as you work. This could include training in...

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Care and Support Worker  

Cygnet Healthcare - Sheffield, South Yorkshire, Yorkshire

At Cygnet Hospital you’ll have the chance to make a real impact on patients and their families. You’ll be exposed to all kinds of new challenges and responsibilities, to ensure you continue learning and...

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Clinical Support Worker, Theatres  

NHS Forth Valley - Larbert, Stirlingshire

Application forms and job descriptions are available on the NHS Forth Valley Intranet site or by visiting Alternatively by quoting relevant post title and reference number and e-mailing or by telephoning... Clinical Support Worker Work careers... 17110.0000 - 19470.00

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CLINICAL SUPPORT WORKER  

NHS Fife - Kirkcaldy, Fife

Previous experience of working with patients with a range of conditions and complex needs is desirable and an SVQ level 3 certificate in health / social care or evidence of working towards is essential... Clinical Support Worker careers... 20911.0000 - 23597.00

from: reed.co.uk - 5 days ago

NVQ Standards Verifier-Senior Healthcare Support Worker–Allied Health Profession-Therapy Support  

Pearson - united kingdom

In order to be considered for the role, you must be occupationally competent in Allied Health Profession - Therapy Support. (The 12 Allied Health Professions are: art therapists, music therapists, drama... clinical support jobs...

from: nursingtimesjobs.com - 4 days ago

Clinical Support Workers  

John Munroe Group Limited - Rudyard, Staffordshire

Please note that this can be a physically demanding role due to the nature of the patient group and the fact that you will be trained in the Management of Actual and Potential Aggression (MAPA) method... clinical support services... 16380.0000 - 22713.00

from: reed.co.uk - 10 days ago

Clinical Support Worker  

NHS Lothian - Edinburgh, Midlothian

To ensure correct labeling of blood samples in preparation for being forwarded to the laboratory for testing. clinical support worker apprenticeship nhs... 17110.0000 - 19470.00

from: reed.co.uk - 9 days ago

Clinical Support Worker  

Covance - Leeds, West Yorkshire, Yorkshire

This is a ''hands on'' entry level position within a very busy and demanding environment. Working as part of a large trial team, you will play an active part in the execution of the clinical trials on... clinical support worker apprenticeship...

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from: totaljobs.com (+2 sources) - 19 days ago

Mental Health Clinical support Worker  

NHS Lothian - Edinburgh, Midlothian

In partnership with the registered nurse assesses and reviews the plan of care using the patient's individual care plan. clinical support worker jobs edinburgh... 18292.0000 - 21349.00

from: reed.co.uk - 10 days ago

Clinical Support Worker - Mental Health - Sheffield  

PRECEDO HEALTHCARE SERVICES LIMITED - Sheffield, South Yorkshire (+1 location)

A key aspect of the role is encouraging and supporting clients to enable them to live as independently as possible with the highest standards of support and care. Do you know any Registered Nurses who... clinical support worker medway hospital... 7.8500 - 15.89

from: reed.co.uk (+1 source) - 9 days ago

Registered Nurse Waking Night  

Creative Support - West Midlands (+1 location)

You will hold a Registered Nurse (RMN, RGN, RNLD) qualification and be currently registered with the NMC. A commitment to your own continuous professional development is essential. In return we will support... clinical support worker barrow in furness... Up to £28,461 pa pro rata

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Bush and Company Rehabilitation - Stockton-On-Tees, Cleveland, North East

-To provide assistance to our client's parents and current support staff with the care of their daughter and to take sole charge when required. To be considered for this role you will be flexible, responsible... apprentice clinical support worker...

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  • Offered NHS job as clinical Support Worker and pregnant - not yet told them - when is the time? Dazzler

    I have just been offered a job as a clinical support worker in a renal dialysis unit - I obviously did not tell them in my interview that I was pregnant and didn't want to mention it on the phone when the job was offered. I am 11 weeks.. I was hoping to keep it quiet incase it effects the job offer, I know this would be discrimination but it happens, indirectly and discreetly or sugar coated... I was hoping to get the references and DBS cleared and be given a start date then tell them after I've actually started so I have some protection. BUT I have to have a occupational health clearance before I start and the offer is subject to passing this aswel as the usual satisfactory references and DBS clearance, I am worried I will have to tell them about the pregnancy and then the offer be taken away. Any advice?

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  • what does an nhs clinical support worker earn? Josh

    How much should I expect the nhs to pay me if I’m a clinical support worker?

    • Kylie:

      From what I know you should expect something in the region of 17 to 20k per year

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  • clinical support worker apprenticeship nhs Alyssa

    I’d like to get an apprenticeship with the nhs as clinical support worker. Can you get it if you have no specific training towards it? I have experience working as a volunteer worker. In my local area there's a group of people, mostly related to the health sector that have organised a support group that visits people with scarce or no economic resources. I've learnt a lot with them and I've discovered my passion.

    • Joe:

      Yes, as far as I know it is possible, especially if you’ve had experience in the field. You should contact your local nhs trust to know the exact details as they vary from trust to trust.

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  • Clinical support worker training requirements Daniel

    Do I need to have a college course in order to become a clinical support worker?

    • Alex:

      If you have a course like a Diploma in Applied Science, you definitely have better chances to find work. But in fact strictly speaking all you need is a decent standard of education, for example GCSEs in English, maths and science. You can actually also get in through an apprenticeship. A different matter is whether you’ll get the job when competing with someone who’s got specific training for it.

      • Pam:

        You can also get in through an apprenticeship. Schemes include training as well as hands on practice. I got in this way and it worked very well for me. I’m looking for work now, because the place I occupied was a temporary one, but other than that, perfect.

        • Daniel:

          Thanks folks! Your feedback is soo encouraging. I’ve done my bit as volunteer personnel a couple of summers, I hope this helps me too!

    • Dahlia55:

      I qualified as SEN in the 1970s. I havent nursed since the late 80s. Im 56 now. Am i too old to pursue a course in clinical support work. Im not registered.

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