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Healthcare Assistant

  • £9.50 - £10.65 p/h
  • Newcastle Upon Tyne
  • Temporary
  • Fixed Term Contract
  • Temp - to - Perm

Due to expansion Standby Healthcare are currently recruiting for Healthcare Assistants to join our agency team to support one of the many homes we supply to on a regular basis. 

This client is situated in Newcastle upon Tyne with a Good rating and reputation with the CQC regulator.  They deliver a wide range of care and support including residential, nursing, learning difficulties, mental health, and palliative 24-hour specialist care. 

If you are looking for a flexible role with competitive weekly pay rates and are passionate about the sector and wanting to make a difference in the daily lives of the elderly, then apply today. 

We are looking for staff to cover a range of shifts, including days and nights with weekends 2. Ideally you will have a minimum 3-month experience in healthcare in the UK with all relevant training and documentation to go alongside it. 

In line with our core values, we want our workforce to be Caring, Conscientious, Collaborative and Accountable. Remember, if you work with Standby, we will Standby YOU! 

What you need to have to apply:

 Minimum 6 months experience in the UK healthcare sector
 Ability to complete or provide a DBS
 Relevant experience or NVQ 2 in Health and Social Care


What are the benefits of joining Standby:


 Competitive pay rates and weekly pay
 A dedicated consultant who books you out for work
 Worker of the month award
 Careers Development 
 Employee Referral Scheme
 24/7 Support with dedicated customer service line for candidates only
 Flexible working – pick how much or little you want to work


If the above sounds like something you would be interested in, please don’t hesitate to apply or call the office to discuss on 0191 646 0100. 


We can’t wait to hear from you and begin our Standby journey together!

Stephanie Eastlake Senior Consultant | Elderly Care

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