Great place to work gd pay and amazing colleagues the long training really is worth it and would definitely recommend this job I wouldn't be where I am now if I hadn't started work here
Data input clerk in Bristol
Very clicky working atmosphere
This has no bearing on the NHS and the service it provides. Where I worked, we gathered information for analysis. When I was training, I made a mistake and was hollered at by a supervisor. The whole office heard approx 20, and all turned to look at me. I was mortified. Should have left then really. I think it was just my office that was like this though, because all the other departments seemed to have a good rapport. One of my supervisors used to gamble quite a bit, and if she lost, her mood changed to reflect the loss. Bit of a Jekyll and Hyde.
Donor Carer in West End, Greater London
A hectic place
Management communication is sporadic and received potluck. They are not receptive to constructive feedback and do not have a growth mindset approach to improving ways of working.
Donor Carer in John Radcliffe Hospital Oxford
Lovely company to work for.
Long hours but great donors to work with.
Team work .
Travel to different locations .
Early starts / late finishes.
Good holiday allowance.
Always something new to learn and see.
Healthcare Technical Officer in London, Greater London
Receiving and delivering orders for blood from other hospitals, preparing donated blood to be delivered by scanning it through laboratory processes and then packing it up to be sent out by drivers to designated hospitals.
Collecting blood samples, labelling them correctly following the quality control standard, using computer programming for the processes and data base. Using and maintain laboratory equipment. E.g. sterile connection devices, heat sealers and laminar flow cabinets.