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12 May 2022
Bristol is hiring Healthcare Support Workers on Thursday 19th May! You don’t need any healthcare experience to join us as a Healthcare Support Worker and the role is the perfect entry point into the NHS. If you’re interested and would like to find out more information please click on the image below.

Support Workers in Maternity Services

The support worker role in maternity services will give you a great grounding. You’ll fill out documents, manage stocks, prepare women for clinical examinations and tests, and help them with any hydration and dietary needs. Over time, you may also start recording blood pressure, temperature and weight, take bloods from mums and their babies, and even lead antenatal classes. Check out the Jobs tab to search for available support worker roles in maternity services in your area.

Band 2 Support Worker in Maternity Services

We’re looking for individuals with or without health and care experience to join the NHS to work in maternity services. As a support worker your role is to work closely with the multi-professional maternity team to care and support women, babies and families during their journey through pregnancy, childbirth and the first few weeks after birth. No experience? No problem. We’ll teach you everything you need to know for this physically demanding role. To us, it’s more important that you’re a caring and kind person with a genuine desire to help and support women, babies and their families. If this sounds like you, then you already have the attributes that make a great support worker in maternity services. Right from the time you join us, you’ll have access to learning, development and training opportunities. As you progress in your NHS career you’ll acquire the knowledge, skills and confidence you need to provide safe and compassionate patient care. Check out the Jobs tab to search for available support worker roles in maternity services in your area.

Band 3 Support Worker in Maternity Services

We’re looking for individuals with health and care experience to work in maternity services, to join the NHS to care and support women, babies and families during their journey through pregnancy, childbirth and the first few days of birth. It’s also important that you’re a caring and kind person with a genuine desire to help and support women, babies and their families. If this sounds like you, then you already have the attributes that make a great support worker in maternity services. Right from the time you join us, you’ll have access to learning, development and training opportunities. As you progress in your NHS career you’ll acquire the knowledge, skills and confidence you need to provide safe and compassionate patient care. You’ll need up to three A-Levels or Health and Science T-Level GCSE’s or equivalent and some experience of care would be advantageous. The support worker role in maternity services can also lead to a range of career opportunities. With the right support, those who want to can undertake the necessary training to become our future nursing associates, nurses and midwives. Check out the Jobs tab to search for available support worker roles in maternity services in your area.

NHS Careers

The NHS has over 350 rewarding careers. You could work directly with patients, in hospitals, an ambulance trust, or in the community and more. Recruitment for the NHS has never been more vital.

Covid-19 vaccination programme

From emergency and primary care, to health services including cancer treatment, mental health support, and the current COVID-19 vaccination programme, we lead the National Health Service (NHS) in England. Working with local health systems, our teams make decisions about how to best support and ensure quality care for patients in each region. COVID-19 continues to be the single greatest public health emergency in the history of the NHS. Last year, thousands of people stepped forward to offer their time and skills to support NHS England’s Covid-19 vaccination campaign. Because of them we were able to roll out primary vaccinations to millions of people quickly, saving thousands of lives. Now, with the emergence of the Omicron variant, the vaccination programme is being ramped up further. And we are once again recruiting thousands of paid roles to help us deliver booster vaccinations across England. With many different, flexible roles, this is a unique opportunity to be part of the huge national effort working to save lives and help the country return to normal life. We are the NHS. Join us. Search the range of roles available in England here: https://www.nhsprofessionals.nhs.uk/Campaigns/Vaccine-boost What makes us different? With many roles, in different settings, with different ways of working, the NHS is a unique organisation. And an amazing one to be part of if you’re looking for a varied, flexible, and challenging career. We’re 1.3 million strong, from all walks of life, making a difference to people’s lives every day. Working together to achieve Our People Promise, we want everyone in the NHS to feel part of a team that brings out the very best in each other.

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Headquarters

London, United Kingdom

Revenue

£4m to £20m (GBP)

Employees

10,000+

Industry

Healthcare