Audiologist – London

Job Summary

Reporting to: Audiology Manager
Salary: Commensurate with qualification and experience
Hours: Four or five days a week, 09:00-17:30 (not including travel time to first and from last appointments)
Qualification: Must be registered with the HCPC or BSc in Audiology

You will test people with hearing difficulties, establishing whether they can be aided by amplified sound, delivering, fitting and adjusting hearing aids in the patients home. In addition you will carry out aftercare home visits, in the community. As a Hearing Aid Audiologist you will have frequent contact with customers who have a range of hearing needs that you need to be understanding of, and to a great extent be able to respond to and satisfy by offering the patient the opportunity of different levels hearing technology.

Activities of the role

To promote best practice in the field
To maintain effective means of communication at all times
To be competent in all areas of dispensing and patient aftercare
To be competent in the management of information, including daily company reports and information technologies
To act as a positive ambassador at organised promotional events including trade shows
Maintain high standards at all times of personal appearance, timekeeping, attendance and respect of company property
To understand and adhere at all times to company Health and Safety procedures and to ensure that the vehicles are presentable and driven safely within the law
Operate in line with company policies, procedures and current legislation at all times
Committing to the company belief of always do what is right for the patient
Any other reasonable requests that may be made from time to time

Skills

Motivated and focused on achieving own goals
Confident about working within a regional team
Commercially aware and happy to offer the customer what they need
Dedicated to exemplary patient service to ensure patient satisfaction
Excellent communication skills, with empathy and patience
Desire to do, see and enjoy a job well done
Valid UK driving licence with at least 4 years experience
Confident driver and enjoys being out on the road

Benefits

Competitive salary
Company pension
Company car
HCPC fees paid
BSHAA fees paid
Covered by companys liability insurance
Attractive performance related bonus
Discounted eye wear and hearing products
Generous holiday entitlement
Weekends off
Childcare vouchers
Three treat days granted for 100% attendance
Long service awards
Sat-Nav
Laptop/mobile phone

Additional Information

All successful candidates will be subject to satisfactory written references, medical clearance, and evidence of your right to work in the UK and Disclosure Certificate through the Disclosure and Barring Service (Formerly the CRB)

References: One of your referees must be your current line manager and all references must cover the previous five years work or study history.

The Outside clinic is committed to safeguarding and promoting the welfare of children, young people and adults at risk and expects all staff to share this commitment.

There is a No Smoking Policy throughout The Outside Clinic.
All job descriptions are subject to review, and there will be initial consultation with the jobholder.

The Outside Clinic is an equal opportunities employer

Benefits: Pension, Treat days, Company car

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Functional Health Operations Manager

Our client is very well respected within their field and due to continued growth they have a vacancy for an Operations Manager to manage the Functional Health Team. The ideal candidate will have a background from within the health or insurance industry but this is not essential. However the ability to lead and manage a team is essential.

Purpose of the Role

To ensure operational delivery of the services provided by our team of Functional Health Consultants (FHC) whilst maintaining high level of service for the company client base.

To liaise with Functional Health Director (FHD) and Operational Director (OD) to organise and supervise all operational aspects of the Functional Health Team in line with wider business and client strategy.

*Ensure the team adhere to principles are practices of the business and objectives.
*Client service standards are met
*Ensure Functional Health team is effective, measured and delivering the desired results
*To provide support to day-to-day servicing, and administration for clients services in a timely, technically accurate and cost effective manner, in accordance with the procedures & performance SLAs.

Principle Objectives and Responsibilities including the following, other objectives may be assigned:

*To deliver all operational outcomes
*To agree, communicate, implement and achieve critical success factors defined within the Operations with assistance from the OD and FHD.
*To define and communicate the key objectives to ensure all FHC deliver against them, and within agreed timescales, budgets
*To assist in the performance of the department by regular communication with colleagues and managers to establish, raise concerns and provide solutions, motivating and providing encouragement.
*To handle customer complaints strictly within the companys complaints procedure where required.
*Review staff performance to support the FHD and other leaders
*To develop business ideas and strategies assisting the FHD and OD to finding new ways of improving delivery in current services
*To hold regular meetings for the all FHCs with clear agenda and ensuring an integrated approach and progress on delivery.
*To support and communicate to OD of the overall operational performance, highlight area key areas of risk or concern.
*To support and identifies training needs and communicating these to the Learning and Development Manager (L&D) – ensuring that all pre/post course briefings and subsequent action plans in respect of all new business personnel are adhered to

Key Skills required:

*Ability to proactively lead/ Manage a team and monitor performance
*Prioritise and organise own and team workloads to ensure that deadlines are adhered to.
*Develop and sustain relationships with both internal and external customers.
*Confident and effective telephone skills.
*Good interpersonal and communication skills.
*Use judgement and experience of operational matters to know when to seek help or advice from OD or other Senior colleagues.
*Analysing, evaluating and problem solving.
*High ability to deliver

To apply for this role please email an up to date CV

Staff Nurse – Nottingham

Staff Nurse required for an award winning home in Nottingham, up to £16.00 per hour, Days or Nights, 37.50 hours per week

Job Ref: VR12287

Position: Staff Nurse – Nottingham
Type: Permanent
Hours: Days / Nights – 40 hours per week
Groups: Elderly
Care: Dementia
Salary:Up to £16.00 per hour
Desirable: Excellent command of the English language, fantastic clinical skills and a caring nature

My client are winners of The National Great British Care Home Awards. They have already been on television for a 4 week programme called Dementiaville and are highly recognised as a Dementia Care Matters “Project Home”.

My Client requires a dedicated Staff Nurse to work within a beautiful award winning nursing home in Nottingham, Nottinghamshire. My client offers dementia care treatment to elderly groups. You will have excellent clinical skills and a naturally caring approach.

You will be putting together treatment plans and overseeing a team of care assistants. The successful Staff Nurse will have excellent clinical leadership skills. The role will offer days or nights, 37.50 hours per week.
My client offers ongoing training, and has excellent development opportunities for the right candidate.

Skills and responsibilities for the Staff Nurse role:
Naturally caring approach
Superb clinical skills
Putting together treatment plans and overseeing a team of care assistants
First rate clinical leadership skills.

Company benefits for the Staff Nurse role:
Ongoing training
Great development opportunities for the right candidate

The successful Staff Nurse should:
Hold a nursing qualification
Be registered with the NMC
Be passionate about elderly care
Have satisfactory references
Have the right to work in the UK

Apply now to be considered for this exciting opportunity!

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Health Recruit Network

Staff Nurse Jobs – RGN / RMN / RNLD / Home Manager / Deputy Manager / Therapist / Clinical Lead

Health Recruit Network is acting as an Employment Agency in relation to this vacancy

Benefits: Night Enhancements, Award Winning Company

Community ITU Nurse

Medacs Healthcare, the leading nursing and care agency, are recruiting Registered General Nurses (RGN) specialising in Intensive Care (ITU) to work in the Community. The locations would include Lymington, Winchester, Aldershot and many more.

If you want to make a difference, we have exciting full and part time opportunities available for experienced Registered General Nurses (RGN) to provide care and support in and around Hampshire.

Benefits of being a Medacs Healthcare Agency Registered General Nurse.
*Your choice of shifts in hospitals.
*Fast track registration
*Experienced recruitment consultants
*24-hour support service
*Free mandatory training
*Holiday pay
*£200 refer a nurse bonus scheme

Hourly rates from £14.54
Limited Company Nurses welcome, earn up to £30.00 per hour.

Minimum requirements.
Minimum 6 months recent relevant experience.
Full occupational health immunisation.
A current NMC PIN

As well as being committed to caring for our clients, Medacs Healthcare also cares for its staff. Our professional and friendly approach gives our workers the support they need to grow and develop in their role. Our staff are valued and encouraged to be the best they can be.

So if you are passionate about caring, join Medacs Healthcare today.

How to apply:

Please note due to the volume of applications we receive, we are only able to contact those that are suitable. We thank you in advance for your application.

About Medacs Healthcare
Medacs Healthcare is a healthcare recruitment agency for Registered General Nurses (RGNs), Registered Mental Health Nurses (RMNs) and Healthcare Assistants (HCAs). We can offer you a fantastic variety of long and short term temporary nursing jobs within NHS trusts

Benefits: Ltd Co Nurses welcome

Healthcare Assistant

Prospero Health and Social Care are looking for Band 2 and 3 Health Care Assistants (HCA) to work with a very exclusive client.

As a HCA, you will be working closely with each patient, assessing their needs and providing quality medical assistance and care where needed.

You will be providing the very best levels of care and making sure that all procedures are carried out to the highest standards, optimising the well-being of every patient. It is highly important that you see every person in your care as an individual, and work closely with the wider team of medical professionals to deliver skilled care, clear communication, and respect and dignity for everyone.

This is a fantastic opportunity offering ongoing work and the potential to extend to a Two-Year Contract! The hours are also very flexible, so they can be arranged to suit you
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You will also have the opportunity to travel nation-wide providing quality clinical care.

Along with ongoing work, we are offering extremely competitive, Market Leading Rates!

Requirements for the Health Care assistant role are;

* You will need to have an up to date DBS (registered on the update service)
* Eligibility to work in the UK
* A copy of blood results (Hep B, MMR, TB and Varicella)
* MUST have a minimum of 6 months experience working within a UK hospital.
* Relevant Qualifications and Training

We are looking for potential candidates to start IMMEDIATELY!

PIP Disability Analyst – Blackpool – £32k

Nurse Assessor – Community Based

At Meridian Business Support we have got a new client, who is a UK’s leading provider for PIP Disability Analyst. These roles will be Assessment Centre and Community Based.

The role will involve a combination of working in an assessment centre at your base location and travelling to homes of people that are to be assessed. This may cover a wide geographical region.

This role is in an area of the business undertaking medical assessments on behalf of the Department of Work and Pensions. There is a team of health practitioners based throughout the UK undertaking face to face consultations in people’s homes or in assessment centres in order to produce a high quality report for the Department of Work and Pensions.

The Role

* To work to productivity and quality targets and standards agreed between AH and the DWP and to proactively seek and respond positively to feedback
* To analyse and interpret clinical information and medical evidence and provide a report in a professional and concise manner
* Undertake any ad hoc responsibilities related to service delivery or performance management, as requested by the Service Delivery Team Manager, Clinical Manager or Clinical Support Lead
* To carry out home consultations within the community or from an assessment centre to produce a report giving advice to the Department. This will involve travelling to various parts of the UK as business needs require

Person Specification

* Hold full unconditional registration with the NMC/HCPC as a Nurse, Physiotherapist, Occupational Therapist or Paramedic and have a minimum of 2 years of post-qualification UK healthcare experience
* Possess a driving licence and have eligibility to drive in the UK
* IT literate, competent MS Office, Word and Excel skills
* Fluent English language skills, able to communicate with stakeholders on a day to day basis via telephone, email and face to face in a clear, caring, courteous and professional manner

Meridian Business Support is acting on behalf of our Client as a Recruitment Agency

HEALTHCARE ASSISTANT (HCA)

Qualified HCA/SCA for SUSSEX Area

IMPACT CARE SERVICES, operating successfully as a well-established & respected Employment Business / Agency is looking for right team of HCA/SCA to work with diversity of our clients in NHS/Private Hospitals, Nursing Homes, Mental Health Organisations and community settings.

Previous experience of working in a similar environment is desirable, however applications of newly-qualified with a keen interest in developing their careers will also be considered.

We offer flexible opportunity to work, a variety of shifts, days, nights and weekends as per your convenience / availability.

Impact Care Services offers market competitive rates up-to £ 12 per hour. We assure regular work (up-to seven days a week) and weekly payments. These rates are further enhanced if you are able to drive and chose to work on Public/Bank Holidays). We accept PAYE, Limited Company or any Umbrella company; whereas we provide the same services free of cost and you may save up-to
£ 70/week if you come directly