NHS Healthcare Support Workers
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It will depend which area you’re working in.There are over 30 roles that sit under the umbrella term of ‘Healthcare Support Worker’, based in seven different settings; mental health, learning disabilities, community care, acute, midwifery, children’s services and primary care.If you work in inpatient services, for example in an acute hospital, a mental health hospital or a learning disabilities unit you might work in a shift pattern of day and night shifts. If you work in a GP surgery, outpatient clinics or in a community setting, you are more likely to follow 9am-5pm working hours.If you see a role you’re interested in, follow the link to view it on NHS jobs, and the working hours and pattern will be detailed there.
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12 hours shift
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