University Hospitals Bristol NHS Foundation Trust Careers and Employment
Salary estimated from 9.8K employees, users, and past and present job advertisements on Indeed.
£26,997 per year
Clinical Nurse Specialist
£36,513 per year
Senior Staff Nurse
£33,610 per year
£20,033 per year
£18,183 per year
Senior Medical Secretary
£22,339 per year
Hotel Services Assistant in Bristol
on 30 January 2021
Great work ethic
Very well organised place to work for. All the training and site induction lasted a week before actually start working, all training paid. Excellent place to work.
Associate Specialist in Oral Medicine in Bristol Dental Hospital
on 11 August 2020
Hard work but enjoyable in the main
A highly stressful but rewarding job with some opportunities to expand your role. Ability to undertake additional roles within the Trust. Attending the Local Negotiating Committee as a trust Representative was especially rewarding
Personal Assistant in PICU BRHC
on 19 February 2020
Professional and Supportive
Varied daily workload,. No 2 days are the same. The level of relationships, Communication. Opportunities always someone you can talk to. Friendly professional caring. Transferable skills.
Bank Nursing Assistant in Bristol
on 21 January 2020
great place to work
A great place to work, though with anything NHS, it takes a long while from when you have a interview until you have a unconditional offer - a lot of red tape and you do have to push them a bit to get things moving when things go quite. A hard fast paced job, but very rewarding work wise
Patient Access Clerical Officer in Bristol Royal Infirmary
on 22 June 2018
A typical day at work would involve taking numerous calls about patient enquiries along with patient enquiries in person, greeting and welcoming patients/visitors along with other out-of-hour responsibilities such as handling patient transport and patient case notes. The workload can range from light to heavy depending on patient traffic that particular day, however, there is a lot of responsibility to multi-task. The hardest part of the job would be the long shift patterns and the out of hour patient transport management as it can be complex with the limited resources out of hours. This service directly affects patients so can be frustrating for them in particular when there are delays and complications.
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