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Forecasting and Demand Support (Senior Resource Planner)


£31,365 - £37,890 a year

4 days ago

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Operations Administrator


£19,737 - £21,142 a year

5 days ago

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Facilities Assistant


£19,737 - £21,142 a year

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Partnership Integration Manager


£53,168 - £62,001 a year

6 days ago

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Mental Health and Dementia Lead


£53,168 - £62,001 a year

11 days ago

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Paramedic in Liverpool
on 17 January 2021
Rewarding long hours
Utilises all pre-hospital and life Care skills.Existing experience is added too daily with the amount of varying incidents attended and treated. Working alone as a solo responder or with a co worker on an ambulance, you need to manage each situation professionally and be responsible for your actions.Workplace culture was regimented without much management assistance but is changing towards a more team helpful culture. There are opportunities for progression if you want it.Long hours especially on several night shifts are hard to manage.Helping stabilise the lives of sick or injured people is a most enjoyable experience.
Health Advisor in Bolton, Greater Manchester
on 16 December 2020
Isnt the best place
The colleagues are great, the H.A friends I made are life long friends even some managers too. However some managers have let the power take over their life and speak to you badly. Any issues its usually your fault and any problems you're lead to believe you've made them up. Its not often your holidays get approved off yet they beg you to help them out with taking extra shifts or slide your shifts to suit them better. Your Team manager is usually your only person in power you can count on and they are mainly all good and easy going along with some shift managers. Anyone higher than them dont even look at you forget associate with you. Health advisors are all good to be around though.
Senior Clinical Advisor in North West
on 21 July 2020
Call Centre culture
Extremely poor HR and managerial support when most needed, and extremely poor temporary disability support (= zero support). Don't follow their own policies. Disregard for staff or staff needs. Poor staff retention. You find out very quickly that you are literally just a payroll number, and there is no value put on skills and experience brought to the role from elsewhere. Bums on seats, or you're out. Clinicians cannot see other people's off-duty to attempt swaps, and no rota requests can be put forward beforehand to allow for hospital appointments etc. Also extremely hard to get annual leave requests granted. This combination makes for a very difficult work-life balance. These types of basic staff management benefits are commonplace in other organisations to boost staff morale and improve staff retention. Also, it is a very solitary role, even when sat with colleagues close by. It is you, your PC, your headset, and your patient on the line. You literally are stuck sat at a desk for every shift, and electronically timed for every movement such as breaks, loo etc. If you value close team working, time spent reflecting with colleagues and physical patient contact, then this really isn't the job for you. NWAS 111 is honestly the worst NHS organisation I have ever worked for.
Health Advisor in Bolton, Greater Manchester
on 14 July 2020
Unpleasant organisation to work for
I was originally offered a post working with NWAS and their 111 operations service. Honestly, it was definitely THE worst career decision I have ever made. I was asked to leave the training programme halfway through as I was told that I had failed NHS pathways training. Despite initially declaring a disability - I received no support whatsoever. A bullying culture amongst senior staff does exist and the 111 service has been drained of any compassion and care to patients. Please avoid!
111 Health Advisor in Bolton, Greater Manchester
on 17 March 2020
Absolutely horendous
This is an awful place to work. You are bullied and manipulated and treated like you are nothing. You are patronised beyond belief. Please please don’t go there. It was the worst mistake I made and the HR are ridiculous- they offer you the job and keep you hanging on and then within two days you are told to start without being given the go ahead to hand in your resignation with your employer.
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