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Exhausting but rewarding

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I worked in one of London’s busiest hospitals during covid and it was eye opening. We learned so much about humanity and empathy but also about working hard. Caring for people and adapting how we cared for them while in PPE was a challenge but it was so rewarding. I loved my NHS job.
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love it

good place to work. Managers are great and really supportive. Working from home is great, No targets to hit. Feel I'm doing s job worth while. Will work here a while
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Fun place to work

Management is great. Always paid on time. Everybody works as a team even when severely understaffed. I've not got any complaints with the NHS northern care alliance
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If you care and want to make a difference this is the place

What is the best part of working at the company?Working as part of a big team training togetherness What is the most stressful part about working at the company? Paperwork boring meetings getting a parking place What is the work environment and culture like at the company?Up and down this depending on the management What is a typical day like for you at the company?good I was proud to work for them
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Productive and fun

Supportive team who were a pleasure to work with. Interesting work and people. Tiring at times but very rewarding which motivates you through. Overall really enjoyed
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Rewarding but pressured

Pay doesn't really reflect the challenges of the role but work with some great people. Current pressures in healthcare make it difficult to feel like you can do a good job.
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Productive and fun

Very interesting and fun loving people to work with.It can get busy at times but colleagues are very supportive and helpful.The support and encouragement is good.
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Great team

A great place to work in theatres. The teamwork is excellent with everyone working together. Busy orthopaedic lists but very experienced and talented staff.
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Loved every minute

Really enjoyed everything about the opportunity. The training, the rest of the staff, the atmosphere and how helpful management were when I had a personal issue.
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Fulfilling & Job

It’s not an easy job, hard work, long hours and sometimes very stressful; however, the job satisfaction at the end of every shift is the best feeling! Knowing you have helped vulnerable patients to discharge!
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Good job

Need to be fit can do 10 miles a day, need to be friendly. Can be some politics. Can be a rewarding job. Pay is ok could be better. Would recommend.
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General Porter

Flexible hours, good benefits, uniform provided, great team to work with. Good for those who like to be on the go!! Opportunity for development with the NHS
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Low morale

Low morale currently, long patient waiting times shortages of staff at all levels. Good supervision, clear progression but overall not compensated well for jobs.
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Good place to work

Good place to work with good teams and frequent supervisions. I think the role is really good too, as you’re not a qualified clinician you’re modelling recovery and sharing your experiences. Peer support is good.
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Decent place to work

The NHS is one of the largest employers in the UK, and it offers a wide range of career opportunities, including project management. Project managers in the NHS are responsible for planning, organizing, and managing the delivery of projects that improve the health and care of patients.There are many benefits to working as a project manager in the NHS. First, you will have the opportunity to make a real difference to the lives of patients. Second, you will be working with a team of dedicated professionals who are passionate about improving healthcare. Third, you will have access to a wide range of training and development opportunities.If you are looking for a challenging and rewarding career in project management, then the NHS is a great option. With its commitment to patient care and its focus on innovation, the NHS is a great place to work.Positive OutlookThe NHS is facing a number of challenges, but it is also undergoing a period of significant change. This means that there are many opportunities for project managers to make a real difference. For example, project managers can help to improve the efficiency of the NHS, develop new services, and improve patient care.The NHS is also a great place to work for people who want to make a difference in the world. The NHS is committed to providing high-quality care to everyone, regardless of their background. This means that project managers in the NHS have the opportunity to work on projects that have a positive impact on the lives of millions of people.If you are interested in a career in project management, then the - 
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Intense workplace

Staff are really lovely and everyone is really helpful. The job itself is very intense and you have to have a lot of passion for the job to be able to fully commit to it. Overall a great job if you love what you do, if you don't then you will really struggle.
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Long hours

Long hours and back breaking but totally rewarding most days you leave with a smile knowing you have done a good job and feel like you have made a small change to a persons care
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Worse organisation I have ever work for

Darent Valley is the worst organisation I have worked for. The management is awful and staff are rude and unsafe. I feel so bad for patients and their relatives relying on them for care.
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Fun and supportive

Pressure at times due to the nature of the job but really rewarding and supportive management and colleagues... free tea and coffee clean environment.
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Worst career decision in a long life.

What is the best part of working at the company?You are a part of something really worthwhile.What is the most stressful part about working at the company?Poor management, bullying, lack of resources. State of the properties. Poor pay. Watching managers grabbing credit for your work and making sure that no criticism is ever failed to be passed onWhat is the work environment and culture like at the company?The worst I have seen in 40 years as a Chartered SurveyorWhat is a typical day like for you at the company?Juggling time to cover the tasks of two people.
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Working in as psa role at NHS was a demanding but fulfilling experience. The job required dedication, multitasking skills, and the ability to remain calm in high-pressure situations. It was a fast-paced environment where I had the opportunity to interact with diverse patients and provide them with the necessary support and assistance.
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Based on 595 reviews

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3.3 out of 5 stars for Work/Life Balance
3.1 out of 5 stars for Salary/Benefits
3.1 out of 5 stars for Job security/advancement
3.0 out of 5 stars for Management
3.1 out of 5 stars for Culture

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