NHS Professionals (Bank)
Happiness score is 67 out of 100
3.7 out of 5 stars.
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About the company

  • Founded
    2001
  • Company size
    more than 10,000
  • Revenue
    £75m to £365m (GBP)
  • Industry
    Healthcare
  • Link
    NHS Professionals (Bank) website
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Administrative Assistance

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Rating overview

Rating is calculated based on 364 reviews and is evolving.

4.4620183.8820193.6820203.1920213.662022

Reviews

Bank Care Support Worker in Nationwide
on 15 May 2022
A good back up job
I’ve done this role for almost 10 years, both full time and ad hoc. You must do 1 shift every 6 months to stay registered, and it’s completely your choice when and where you work. You log on to their system and pick a shift you want. As it’s bank work in healthcare, you are NEVER EVER short of work. This is never a concern. It’s a great back up job to have - if you stay on their books, no matter if you do this as your main or just a side job, it’s a comfort to have this to fall back on anytime. The pay is ok - it varies according to the shift you pick. You can’t fault the work life a balance and the autonomy. However, support is… difficult. The call centre (open 24/7) is very helpful. But if you have any issues they are unable to deal with… well, good luck. Getting a response from anyone is like getting blood out of a stone. Prepare to nag. Prepare for lots of fluff and faff. And as you’re not a substantive member of staff, support from the hospital you pick shifts up is limited too. If you’re having issues with the hospital itself… I’d just give up, personally, unless it’s over pay or something.. prepare for a lot of problem solving, because if you have any, you’ll be the only one who is bothered enough to try and sort it out. The plus side is that if a department is horrible, you never have to work there again. Your schedule is completely yours to control.Ultimately, this is a ok job. There’s a reason I’ve stayed so long. There are good wards out there - you just have to find them and stick to them. If you’re self motivated and a problem solver - you’ll be fine.
Care Assistant in Glasgow, Glasgow
on 18 May 2022
Fun
Very good job I enjoyed very much. Sad to go and leave my colleagues behind. Well managed and no complaints. Fun but fast paced and kept me on my toes.
Drivers Mate in Southampton, Hampshire
on 12 May 2022
Good
Yea it was alright but wouldn’t bother really bit rubbish nhs management badp no one cares sloped shoulders and so lazy anyone can do what they want and he protect
Community Learning Disability Nurse in Wigan
on 8 May 2022
Supportive place to work
Great team to work for. Supportive management always on hand to assist if needed. Good work/life balance and flexibility. Shifts always available. Good company to work for
Staff Nurse in Southport
on 7 May 2022
Good place to work
Flexibility around shifts, online app to book and cancel shifts. Choose holidays when suits. Often have incentives. Overall good company to work for.

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Interview is average
Process takes about a day or two

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Many and varied

Shared on 23 August 2020

What experience had I had previously. how would I travel to work why did I want to work there

Shared on 23 January 2019

Nursing based

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