Forensic Secure Healthcare Assistant - Maidstone
Maidstone, Kent, England
Permanent (Full time)
Mental health/ Learning Disability Workers
Salary: £ -£
Service Care recruitment are currently looking to recruit a Mental Health Support Worker or Healthcare Assistant to work ADHOC shifts within a private mental health hospital in Maidstone, Kent.
The service is a 65 bed, 4 wards mental health facility. The service has 1 low secure ward, 1 PICU ward, 1 High dependency ward and a Specialist personality ward.
You will be assisting service users to improve their health and wellbeing so they can live a happier and more independent life. You will do one to ones with patients, you will assist with observations, assist with daily activities whilst under the supervision of a qualified Mental Health Nurse. The shifts are flexible as and may lead to block bookings for the right candidate.
£ ltd ph for weekdays with uplifting rates for nights and weekends
- Valid Right to work in the UK
Experience working with mental health within a similar setting
Positive can do attitude
Excellent communication skills
Previously completed Control and Restraint training within the last 12 months or willing to complete a face to face course
What in it for you?
- Flexible working
- Competitive hourly rate
- Weekly Pay
Free parking on site
Free meals on duty
- Exceptional Referral Bonus
- £250 Training allowance
- Ltd or PAYE options available
For further information, please call Cheyenne Atkinson on######### or email your CV directly to @.uk
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