Support Roles

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Domestic Operatives (Cleaner)

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Portering Operative (Porter)

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Housekeeper

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Additional Support Roles

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Support Roles Current Vacancies

Assistant Technical Officer (A.T.O)

Job reference
339-CCC3359-C
Salary
per annum (FTE) or pro rata for part time staff
Salary period
Full time - 37.5 hours per week (Sunday - Thursday, 22:00pm - 06:00am)
Grade
Band 2
Contract
Staff Group
Healthcare Scientists
Town
Bristol

Description

Southmead Hospital - Assistant Technical Officer (A.T.O) - Decontamination Technician - Band 2

37.5 Hours / week - Full time Substantive post 

Sunday - Thursday, 22:00pm - 06:00am

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The Job

The Assistant Technical Officer is responsible for providing effective, safe and efficient collection, decontamination (manual cleaning, disinfection and sterilisation) and distribution of re-usable medical devices including flexible endoscopes for use in direct patient care.

The Person

Applicants must have a good standard of general education, excellent communication skills and the ability to work as part of a team. Experience of working within a Sterile Services environment is desirable although not essential as full training will be given. A proven ability to manage and prioritise own workload in a fast paced customer focused environment would be an advantage.

The Unit

The unit is open 24 hours a day 7 days a week and supports many different services within the South West’s major trauma centre. We are a large friendly team with a commitment to high standards and meeting the needs of our customers in these critical areas.

Ward Operative Manager

Job reference
339-CCC4321
Salary
per annum (FTE) or pro-rata for part time staff
Salary period
Full time - 37.5 hours per week (Flexibility to work any schedule from 6am – 6pm, 5 over 7 days. Manager will be required to work 1 weekend day per month.)
Grade
5
Contract
Staff Group
Estates and Ancillary
Town
Bristol

Description

•    Possess HND or equivalent in Hotel and Catering Industry or 3 years relevant experience in the health service sector.
•    Hold Intermediate Certificates in Health & Safety and experience of monitoring and promoting Health & Safety in the workplace.
•    Hold Advanced Food Hygiene Certificate and have experience establishing, monitoring and correction of working practices.
•    Have experience and track record of managing staff in a large production/service environment.
•    Have an understanding and some experience in the management skills relating to human resources, financial planning, business development and customer awareness.
•    Be numerate, literate and have basic IT skills to include Word and Excel. (standard keyboard skills)
•    Possess strong organisational, communication, negotiating and delegation skills and have the ability to engender confidence and influence the behaviour of a large multi-skilled work force.
•    Have experience in the introduction and implementation of change smoothly and effectively.
•    Possess a can-do attitude.
Ability to act independently using initiative a day-to-day basis within SOPs and with facility to escalate to Catering Manager when required.

 

Housekeeper

Job reference
339-CCC4219-A
Salary
pro-rata
Salary period
Full time, Part time, Job share - 37.5 hours per week (Long shift 06.30 to 19.00, Short shift 06.30-14.30/11:00-19:00)
Grade
Band 2
Contract
Staff Group
Estates and Ancillary
Town
Weston Super Mare

Description

This advert may close early, if we have received a sufficient amount of applications. Therefore you are highly advised to apply as soon as possible if you are interested in this position.

 

We have an exciting opportunity for a housekeeper to join our friendly and dynamic Dialysis Unit .  You must  have the enthusiasm and desire to deliver a high quality service to patients.  

There is a high turnover of patients throughout the day, therefore the successful candidate must have excellent communication and organisational skills, can work independently and as part of a team ensuring a clean, safe environment is maintained for patients safety.

This role will be a valuable addition to our ward team, you will be responsible for ensuring the ordering of the units store items and drinks, ensuring the ward is adequately stocked. You will also be serving the patients tea rounds which includes serving drinks and snacks.

You will be working together with the multidisciplinary team to ensure the department is maintained to a high standard of cleanliness.

The successful applicant will be flexible and willing to work shifts covering a Monday to Saturday service, including bank holidays. 

Early Years Practitioner - Band 3

Job reference
339-CCC3819-E
Salary
per annum (FTE) or pro rata for part time staff
Salary period
Full time - 37.5 hours per week (4 days a week Monday to Friday with 1 day off out of the 5 days. Shift pattern – 3 x 07:00-5.30 or 7.30-18.00 1 x 07:00-5.00 or 8.00-18.00 With 1 hour for a lunch break)
Grade
Band 3
Contract
Staff Group
Estates and Ancillary
Town
Bristol

Description

  • NNEB, NVQ level 3 Qualification or BTEC
  • Paediatric First Aid
  • Child Protection Training
  • Knowledge and understanding of the Statutory Framework for the Early Years Foundation Stage and Welfare requirements
  • Working knowledge of all the settings policies and procedures and the ability to put these into practice when required.
  • Experience of working with children aged 0-5 within an early years setting
  •  Understanding and awareness of Health and Safety
  • To have strong communication skills essential for team work
  • To take responsibility for a group of children, taking an active role in settling a new child in, liaising with parents and keeping up to date records of learning and development.
  • To have effective writing skills, enabling completion of children’s written assessments and other related and non-related paperwork
  • To have the imagination and enthusiasm to plan and evaluate activities for children
  • To establish and maintain relationships within the staffing team, with parents and with all children.