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CAMHS RMN

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Are you a CAMHS RMN who would like to work on a BRAND NEW WARD?

T2 Healthcare are working in partnership with one of the most established and successful private mental health organisations in the country. Together we aim to bring together the best professionals in the industry to make a real difference for individuals with complex mental health needs.

Job Role: RMN 
Location: Coventry
Salary: £43,000
Hours: 42 hours per week
Patient Type: CAMHS PICU

Requirements

  • Experience as a Registered Nurse Mental Health Nurse / RMN or Learning Disability Nurse / RNLD with a current Pin Number
  • The ability to maintain documentation, undertake audits and demonstrate integrity in your role
  • A good understanding of the Mental Health Act 1983 and latest nursing practices
  • A commitment to patient recovery in order to effectively monitor, manage and reduce risk
  • Compassion, resilience and a dedication to empower and support service user independence
  • Experience with the client group and an interest in leadership is desirable

Responsibilities 

  • Produce outstanding written reports based on your nursing assessments & observations
  • Work closely with the management team to develop the service, audit, & improve quality
  • Attend all training and engage in CPD to further knowledge & promote nursing
  • Under NMC guidelines, ensure that individual care plans are complete & maintained collectively with residents, relatives & other healthcare professionals
  • Administer medicines within healthcare procedure & Healthcare Commission guidelines

Benefits

  • Free Meals on Duty
  • Free Parking
  • 50 % NMC Registration renewal paid
  • RCNI Membership
  • NHS Employee discount scheme
  • Company paid Life Assurance scheme
  • Smart Health Toolkit- Providing you with Fitness Programmes, Nutrition consultation and Health checks
  • Bespoke Career Pathway
  • Plus More Benefits

Ward Manager

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Are you a Ward Manager who would like to work on a BRAND NEW WARD?

T2 Healthcare are working in partnership with one of the most established and successful private mental health organisations in the country. Together we aim to bring together the best professionals in the industry to make a real difference for individuals with complex mental health needs.

Job Role: Ward Manager 
Location: Nottinghamshire 
Salary: £41,000
Hours: 37.5 hours per week
Patient Type: Adult Men/PICU

Requirements

  • Caring and creative individuals who have a positive approach to work and a strong multi-disciplinary team-working ethic.
  • Experienced in the provision of safe and professional care; have a good awareness of risk management and an in-depth knowledge of the Mental Health Act.
  • Excellent communication skills and attention to detail in clinical documentation and all correspondence.
  • Registered Mental Health Nurse (RMN) with an active, NMC PIN Registration.

What we are offering

  • A supportive working environment with plenty of opportunities to learn and grow both personally and professionally.
  • An opportunity to teach and mentor junior staff and students and to receive training and development in response to your own professional needs
  • An opportunity to influence and develop an outstanding PICU service and care pathway.

Benefits

  • Many benefits in line with the NHS
  • Working with a dedicated multidisciplinary team
  • Free on-site parking
  • Enhanced maternity pay
  • Flexible benefits including reduced rates and access to new schemes including gym membership, IT technology (laptops / tablets / smartphones) and private healthcare
  • Access to development opportunities including:
  • Sponsorship of professional qualifications through our Individual Professional Development (IPD) panel
  • Leadership & management development
  • Support with your Revalidation
  • NMC Payment in full
  • Long service award

Locum Theatre Practitioner

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Do you want to work shifts within the largest provider of independent healthcare?

If so, this could be the perfect opportunity for you.

Our team at T2 Healthcare are constantly looking for new ways to help healthcare professionals get the most out of their careers. We have recently just been able to secure some amazing theatre shifts within one of the UK’s leading providers of private healthcare.

If you would like to get a feel of the private healthcare scene or just land some extra shifts, this is definitely a great opportunity for you!

Duties & Responsibilities 

  • Lead the team to deliver care that helps improve the health of the individual and wider community.
  • Lead the team in demonstrating compassion through effective relationships based on empathy, respect and dignity.
  • Develop own competence to deliver effective care and treatments through improving clinical/technical knowledge / skill, and expertise.
  • Communicate appropriately with others involved in the care of the patient.
  • Act as an advocate for safeguarding patients; demonstrate courage to speak up when there are concerns about care.
  • Demonstrate commitment to improving care and the patient experience.
  • Monitor and assist in the delivery of patient care.
  • Contribute to quality improvement.

Requirements:

  • Energetic, proactive and driven to succeed.
  • Acts on own initiative and problem solves utilising resources available.
  • Strong organisational and planning skills, including risk management.
  • Strong interpersonal skills.
  • Good team worker.
  • Full immunisation reports
  • Valid NMC pin with no restrictions

Benefits:

  • High Rate of Pay
  • Easy and Fast Compliance
  • 24 Hour Consultant Access
  • Choice of Preferred Payment Method

Senior Staff Nurse

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Are you Senior Staff Nurse looking for an exciting opportunity on a BRAND NEW ward?

T2 Healthcare are working in partnership with one of the most established and successful private mental health organisations in the country. Together we aim to bring together the best professionals in the industry to make a real difference for individuals with complex mental health needs.

Job Role: Senior Staff Nurse
Location: Nottinghamshire
Salary: £35,000 
Hours: 37.5 hours per week
Patient Type: Females 

Requirements

  • A relevant nursing qualification and registration
  • Excellent team working skills, a high level of self-motivation and a flexible approach
  • A commitment to patient centered care and to value based and evidence based practice
  • The drive to continually push your own personal learning and development

Responsibilities

  • Supervises a defined group of team members and contributes to their overall CPD, mandatory training and appraisal process recognising the skills required across the team.
  • Monitor and review Nursing Care plans
  • Evaluate and respond to changes in patients condition and needs
  • Provide a high standard of care to people with mental illness and personality disorder
  • Develop therapeutic relationships to optimise patient engagement
  • Contribute to patient assessments, compiling a plan of care alongside the individual, and monitoring patient progress
  • At a more senior level, you’ll also need to lead shifts as well as mentoring and supporting student nurses and other members of the team
  • Follow all codes of conduct, standards and legislation, respecting the rights of others and promoting ethical practice

Benefits

  • Sign on bonus - £3,000 
  • Back pay any increase in salary whilst employees are awaiting their PIN registration
  • Relocation support (including payment for accommodation or moving costs), paid as a lump sum
  • Moving less than 100 miles up to £2,000 (To be repaid if individual does not complete probation & leaves)
  • If more than 100 miles up to £4,000 (To be repaid if individual does not complete probation & leaves)
  • Payment into the pension scheme
  • CPD top up
  • Donation to a charity of their choice

Speciality Doctor in Adult General Psychiatry

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Are you Speciality Doctor in Adult General Psychiatry looking for a new opportunity?

T2 Healthcare are working in partnership with one of the most established and successful private mental health organisations in the country. Together we aim to bring together the best professionals in the industry to make a real difference for individuals with complex mental health needs.

Job Role: Speciality Doctor in Adult General Psychiatry
Location: Nottinghamshire
Salary: £85,000 
Hours: Mon – Fri, 9-5
Patient Type: Mixed Acute and PICU

Requirements

  • Full GMC registration
  • 12 months’ adult psychiatry experience
  • Relevant experience within a similar setting (preferred)
  • Approval under Section 12 of the Mental Health Act (preferred)
  • Excellent knowledge of the Mental Health Act 1983 (2007) and Code of Practice along with Mental Capacity Act 2005 and Code of Capacity
  • The ability to interview, assess and treat patients and write clear comprehensive medical notes
  • Proven record of CPD
  • Desirable: Membership of Royal College of Psychiatrists, Physicians, General Practitioners or equivalent

Responsibilities

  • Assessment, appropriate investigation, diagnosis and treatment under will occur with Consultant supervision of inpatients. Each patient must be interviewed and reassessed at a frequency appropriate to their individual clinical needs and sufficient to monitor changes and make timely modifications to the treatment plan.
  • Good communication with ward staff, including morning handovers daily.
  • To participate in treatment plans and programmes as appropriate to ensure good medical practice within the MDT settings.
  • Work alongside one Consultant Psychiatrist covering up to 10 patients
  • Work closely with the Consultant Psychiatrist to provide continuous medical cover on a daily basis to the patients on the ward

Benefits

  • Opportunity to progress to a Consultant through the CESR programme and support with MRCPsych examinations  - we have a track record of supporting colleagues with career progression. 
  • Generous annual leave entitlement and study leave to attend CPD opportunities, conferences etc.
  • Departmental education programme and peer group to support RCPsych requirements.
  • Company pension scheme
  • Opportunity to undertake further learning and development opportunities
  • Free meals on duty.
  • Access to a pooled wellbeing fund which is used to improve health and wellbeing of all priory staff
  • Access to kitchen facilities.
  • Supportive staff
  • Dedicated office space
  • Manageable caseload / inpatient caseload – the role covers 10 beds working alongside one Consultant

Occupation Therapist

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Are you an Occupation Therapist looking for a new opportunity?

T2 Healthcare are working in partnership with one of the most established and successful private mental health organisations in the country. Together we aim to bring together the best professionals in the industry to make a real difference for individuals with complex mental health needs.

Job Role: Occupation Therapist
Location: Cambridgeshire
Salary: £37,000 
Hours: 37.5 Hours, full time
Patient Type: Male and Female – Neurological Conditions

Requirements

  • HPC registered Occupational Therapist. 
  • Aware of and work within the Standards of Practice from the College of Occupational Therapy and other statutory bodies in relation to professional matters.
  • Experience of Neurological Conditions desirable

Responsibilities

  • Undertake assessments of daily living skills; self-care, productivity and leisure to identify level of functional ability, risks and level of support needed.   
  • Plan, implement and evaluate individual treatment and rehabilitation plans
  • Work closely with the multi-disciplinary team, communicating effectively in a professional, concise and accurate manner to ensure that information is disseminated throughout the whole team and to promote good working relationships at all times. 
  • Liaise with other relevant external agencies as appropriate
  • Attend handover meetings, MDT meetings and Care Plan review meetings and feed back to the Therapy team as required
  • Maintain timely concise clinical records, daily notes, care plans and provide reports for patient’s care plan reviews
  • Liaise with appropriate outside organisations for equipment provision e.g. wheelchair services.
  • Liaise with relatives and carers with empathy giving information, support and advice as required.
  • Provide day to day support and guidance, training and supervision to Therapy Assistances
  • Ensure the cleanliness and maintenance of all Occupational Therapy equipment and participate in audits of equipment

Benefits

  • The equivalent of 33 days annual leave – plus your birthday off!
  • Free meals and parking
  • Wellbeing support and activities
  • Career development and training
  • Pension contribution
  • Life Assurance
  • Enhanced Maternity Package

*Applicants from both the private sector and NHS welcome

RMN

Are you RMN looking for an exciting opportunity on a BRAND NEW ward?

T2 Healthcare are working in partnership with one of the most established and successful private mental health organisations in the country. Together we aim to bring together the best professionals in the industry to make a real difference for individuals with complex mental health needs.

Job Role: RMN
Location: Nottinghamshire
Salary: £30,000 
Hours: 37.5 hours per week
Patient Type: Females 

Requirements

  • Registered Mental Health Nurses (RMN),  or Registered Learning Disability Nurses (RNLD) with an ACTIVE, NMC PIN Registration.
  • Desire and motivation to work within a PICU Service
  • If you are motivated, flexible and ready to take on a new challenge
  • Would like to work as part of an established hospital, with a collaborative and supportive MDT, that provide a clear pathway for the patients in our care.
  • Focused on patient centred care.
  • Have a commitment to developing and delivering high quality care
  • Possess, or be ready to develop effective decision making skills

Benefits

  • An established preceptorship programme
  • Excellent Salary Structure
  • The benefits of working within a large organisation, including reduced rates and access to new schemes: gym memberships, IT technology and private healthcare.
  • The opportunity to extend your skills within other specialisms
  • Sponsorship of professional qualifications – CPD Funding
  • Leadership and management development
  • £3,000 Welcome Bonus
  • Payment of NMC fees
  • Enhanced maternity pay
  • Full induction and training package
  • Free on site meals
  • Free parking
     

Surgical Centre Assistant

Looking for a new role as an Assistant?

 

We are working with Private Healthcare in London to find an experienced Assistant to support the Healthcare team. 

As a ward assistant, you will be responsible for ensuring that the centre is clean and tidy at all times throughout the day, especially on the ward where there may be a quick turnaround of patients.  Patient rooms and pod areas will need quick and efficient cleaning to allow the business and patient journey to run smoothly.
Ensure staff and patient hospitality is well provisioned and efficiently managed. Emphasis is placed on the quality of a discrete and courteous service that is expected of all Fortius staff.


Responsible for all areas of the Surgical Centre i.e. the ward, staff restrooms and changing areas, reception and public facilities. The facility will be professionally cleaned every evening however the ward assistant will be responsible for maintaining this high level of cleanliness and tidiness throughout the day and to assist with general duties.
Healthcare assistants, clinical and reception staff will also assist in maintaining tidiness levels but it is the ward assistant’s responsibility to oversee and ensure a high-quality service. 

Principal Accountabilities

•    Assist with cleaning rooms, pod areas and bathrooms after patients have been discharged. Ensure trolleys and beds are clean and ready for use
•    Empty bins both clinical and domestic waste and move to sluice areas. 
•    Assist with the laundry delivery and unloading into the laundry cupboard. Ensure linen and theatre scrub suits stock levels are maintained.
•    Keep all areas (excluding sterile areas) of the surgical centre clean and tidy, this includes washing up, loading and unloading the dishwasher, dusting and polishing, emptying bins and sweeping/vacuuming as necessary. Reception area-to collect used crockery, clean and return
•    Manage the stock levels of paper towels, toilet paper, and hand soap and inform Materials Manager when reordering is required. 
•    Responsible for ordering patient and staff food and ensuring adequate stock levels. Ensuring that the order is cost-effective without compromise.

•     Take patient food orders prior to surgery
•    Collect lunch orders and collect
•    Serve lunch orders, assist patients where necessary and to return in a timely manner to remove the tray
•    Remove trolleys from the pods and take to the theatre once the patient has vacated pod area
•    Monitoring and refreshing hygiene facilities regularly throughout the day ensuring that they are tidy, clean and well provisioned
•    Help and ensure the safety and wellbeing of visitors and staff within the clinic
•    Observe and report any issues with health and safety or maintenance problems to the facilities team
•    Have a close working relationship with the ward staff, to be visible and available to assist the ward staff. You will also have a relationship with the materials manager and the housekeeping teams in the other Fortius facilities.

Knowledge and Experience


You should have at least 1 years’ experience of housekeeping preferably dealing with the public in a clinical or hospitality setting. You should be comfortable, confident and clear in your communication with a wide variety of stakeholders including visitors, patients, consultants, wards and theatre staff as well as colleagues and suppliers to the clinic. 
 

Requirements 

  • 1 years’ experience of housekeeping
  • Clinical / hospitality experience
  • Fluent communicator in both written and spoken English
  • Well organised and methodical
  • Numerate, aware of the cost and longevity of consumables and managing them efficiently
  • Discrete, able to work quietly and maintain the confidentiality of patients and visitors.
  • Observant able to spot faults, spills and general disorder and swift rectify them.
  • Flexible, happy to deal with spills or dirt when they occur
  • Strong team player
  • Meticulous attention to detail
  • Friendly and confident manner

Surgical Centre Assistant

Looking for a new role as an Assistant?

 

We are working with Private Healthcare in London to find an experienced Assistant to support the Healthcare team. 

As a ward assistant, you will be responsible for ensuring that the centre is clean and tidy at all times throughout the day, especially on the ward where there may be a quick turnaround of patients.  Patient rooms and pod areas will need quick and efficient cleaning to allow the business and patient journey to run smoothly.
Ensure staff and patient hospitality is well provisioned and efficiently managed. Emphasis is placed on the quality of a discrete and courteous service that is expected of all Fortius staff.


Responsible for all areas of the Surgical Centre i.e. the ward, staff restrooms and changing areas, reception and public facilities. The facility will be professionally cleaned every evening however the ward assistant will be responsible for maintaining this high level of cleanliness and tidiness throughout the day and to assist with general duties.
Healthcare assistants, clinical and reception staff will also assist in maintaining tidiness levels but it is the ward assistant’s responsibility to oversee and ensure a high-quality service. 

Principal Accountabilities

•    Assist with cleaning rooms, pod areas and bathrooms after patients have been discharged. Ensure trolleys and beds are clean and ready for use
•    Empty bins both clinical and domestic waste and move to sluice areas. 
•    Assist with the laundry delivery and unloading into the laundry cupboard. Ensure linen and theatre scrub suits stock levels are maintained.
•    Keep all areas (excluding sterile areas) of the surgical centre clean and tidy, this includes washing up, loading and unloading the dishwasher, dusting and polishing, emptying bins and sweeping/vacuuming as necessary. Reception area-to collect used crockery, clean and return
•    Manage the stock levels of paper towels, toilet paper, and hand soap and inform Materials Manager when reordering is required. 
•    Responsible for ordering patient and staff food and ensuring adequate stock levels. Ensuring that the order is cost-effective without compromise.

•     Take patient food orders prior to surgery
•    Collect lunch orders and collect
•    Serve lunch orders, assist patients where necessary and to return in a timely manner to remove the tray
•    Remove trolleys from the pods and take to the theatre once the patient has vacated pod area
•    Monitoring and refreshing hygiene facilities regularly throughout the day ensuring that they are tidy, clean and well provisioned
•    Help and ensure the safety and wellbeing of visitors and staff within the clinic
•    Observe and report any issues with health and safety or maintenance problems to the facilities team
•    Have a close working relationship with the ward staff, to be visible and available to assist the ward staff. You will also have a relationship with the materials manager and the housekeeping teams in the other Fortius facilities.

Knowledge and Experience


You should have at least 1 years’ experience of housekeeping preferably dealing with the public in a clinical or hospitality setting. You should be comfortable, confident and clear in your communication with a wide variety of stakeholders including visitors, patients, consultants, wards and theatre staff as well as colleagues and suppliers to the clinic. 
 

Requirements 

  • 1 years’ experience of housekeeping
  • Clinical / hospitality experience
  • Fluent communicator in both written and spoken English
  • Well organised and methodical
  • Numerate, aware of the cost and longevity of consumables and managing them efficiently
  • Discrete, able to work quietly and maintain the confidentiality of patients and visitors.
  • Observant able to spot faults, spills and general disorder and swift rectify them.
  • Flexible, happy to deal with spills or dirt when they occur
  • Strong team player
  • Meticulous attention to detail
  • Friendly and confident manner

Disability Assessor - Bournemouth

Are you a highly motivated Nurse, Physiotherapist, Occupational Therapist or Paramedic looking for a rewarding new challenge and a chance to progress your career?

If so T2 Healthcare has an excellent opportunity for you to develop your existing skills and qualify as a Disability Assessor, working for our Client in Bournemouth.  You’ll be rewarded with a fantastic benefits package, with no weekend work required.
 

Excellent benefits and work-life balance
Mon – Fri hours
Minimum of 18 months experience required

The role

Your primary role will be to conduct assessments in line with the Department for Work and Pensions (DWP) guidelines for Personal Independence Payment (PIP), a benefit designed to help support people who are living with long-term health conditions or disabilities.
Given the wide range of conditions and disabilities, the role will vary each day and will contribute to your expanding clinical knowledge. It will involve a mixture of home consultations, consultation centre-based appointments and producing paper-based reviews.
You will receive comprehensive training as part of a 20-week induction and receive ongoing peer support from a range of health professionals.

Personal specification

· Nurses (RGNs, RMNs, RNLDs)
· Physiotherapists
· Occupational Therapists
· Paramedics
· Two years of post-qualification experience
· Driving licence is preferable

Benefits

You’ll have a flexible working environment, with working hours between 09:00 – 17:00, with the option to undertake condensed working. There are opportunities to work from home on a rotational basis after 6 months

25 days annual leave, with the option to buy up to 10 additional days, or sell up to five days
Employer-matched pension scheme up to 10%
Life assurance, private medical insurance and medical indemnity insurance
Reimbursement of your annual NMC/HCPC registration fee
Health screening every two years, after one year of service
Thorough in-house and professional training and development, well over the required CPD hours to revalidate and maintain your professional registration
Flexible benefits tailored to your needs including travel insurance, dental insurance, child care vouchers, a cycle to work scheme and many more.
This is a great opportunity to advance your career and enjoy a genuine work/life balance whilst working for one of the UK's leading assessment providers.

To Apply

If this role is of interest and you feel you have the necessary experience or transferable skills then please apply via this advert, for further information please call Seth Asante on 02030026305/07900002208

Disability Assessor - London


Are you a highly motivated Nurse, Physiotherapist, Occupational Therapist or Paramedic looking for a rewarding new challenge and a chance to progress your career?

If so T2 Healthcare has an excellent opportunity for you to develop your existing skills and qualify as a Disability Assessor, working for our Client in London. You’ll be rewarded with a fantastic benefits package, with no weekend work required.
 

Excellent benefits and work-life balance
Mon – Fri hours
Minimum of 18 months experience required

The role


Your primary role will be to conduct assessments in line with the Department for Work and Pensions (DWP) guidelines for Personal Independence Payment (PIP), a benefit designed to help support people who are living with long-term health conditions or disabilities.
Given the wide range of conditions and disabilities, the role will vary each day and will contribute to your expanding clinical knowledge. It will involve a mixture of home consultations, consultation centre-based appointments and producing paper-based reviews.
You will receive comprehensive training as part of a 20-week induction and receive ongoing peer support from a range of health professionals.

Personal specification


· Nurses (RGNs, RMNs, RNLDs)
· Physiotherapists
· Occupational Therapists
· Paramedics
· Two years of post-qualification experience
· Driving licence is preferable

Benefits


You’ll have a flexible working environment, with working hours between 09:00 – 17:00, with the option to undertake condensed working. There are opportunities to work from home on a rotational basis after 6 months

  • 25 days annual leave, with the option to buy up to 10 additional days, or sell up to five days
  • Employer-matched pension scheme up to 10%
  • Life assurance, private medical insurance and medical indemnity insurance
  • Reimbursement of your annual NMC/HCPC registration fee
  • Health screening every two years, after one year of service
  • Thorough in-house and professional training and development, well over the required CPD hours to revalidate and maintain your professional registration
  • Flexible benefits tailored to your needs including travel insurance, dental insurance, child care vouchers, a cycle to work scheme and many more.
  • This is a great opportunity to advance your career and enjoy a genuine work/life balance whilst working for one of the UK's leading assessment providers.

To Apply


If this role is of interest and you feel you have the necessary experience or transferable skills then please apply via this advert, for further information please call Seth Asante on 02030026305/07900002208

Disability Assessor - Southend on Sea

Are you looking for a better work-life balance? Are you looking for better benefits in your next career move? If so, this role is definitely for you!

 

Salary £41,000 -£43,000 per annum
Excellent benefits and work-life balance
Mon – Fri hours
Minimum of 18 months experience required


Are you a highly motivated Nurse, Physiotherapist, Occupational Therapist or Paramedic looking for a rewarding new challenge and a chance to progress your career?
If so T2 Healthcare has an excellent opportunity for you to develop your existing skills and qualify as a Disability Assessor, working for our Client in Southend on Sea. You’ll be rewarded with a fantastic benefits package, with no weekend work required.

The role


Your primary role will be to conduct assessments in line with the Department for Work and Pensions (DWP) guidelines for Personal Independence Payment (PIP), a benefit designed to help support people who are living with long-term health conditions or disabilities.
Given the wide range of conditions and disabilities, the role will vary each day and will contribute to your expanding clinical knowledge. It will involve a mixture of home consultations, consultation centre-based appointments and producing paper-based reviews.
You will receive comprehensive training as part of a 20-week induction and receive ongoing peer support from a range of health professionals.

Personal specification
· Nurses (RGNs, RMNs, RNLDs)
· Physiotherapists
· Occupational Therapists
· Paramedics
· Two years of post-qualification experience
· Driving licence is preferable

Benefits


You’ll have a flexible working environment, with working hours between 09:00 – 17:00, with the option to undertake condensed working. There are opportunities to work from home on a rotational basis after 6 months

  • 25 days annual leave, with the option to buy up to 10 additional days, or sell up to five days
  • Employer-matched pension scheme up to 10%
  • Life assurance, private medical insurance and medical indemnity insurance
  • Reimbursement of your annual NMC/HCPC registration fee
  • Health screening every two years, after one year of service
  • Thorough in-house and professional training and development, well over the required CPD hours to revalidate and maintain your professional registration
  • Flexible benefits tailored to your needs including travel insurance, dental insurance, child care vouchers, a cycle to work scheme and many more.
  • This is a great opportunity to advance your career and enjoy a genuine work/life balance whilst working for one of the UK's leading assessment providers.

To Apply
If this role is of interest and you feel you have the necessary experience or transferable skills then please apply via this advert, for further information please call Seth Asante on 02030026305/07900002208

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