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Northampton, Northamptonshire, England
Temporary (Full time)
The post holder will transport service users and staff to and from destinations as required in a safe and professional manner and assist them on entry and exit from vehicles as necessary.
The post holder will have an understanding of our patient needs and behaviours and be able to communicate effectively.
Transport all relevant items including documentations, clinical specimens, laundry, medical supplies and offer furniture to specified locations in appropriate containers.
Duties & Responsibilities:
Transporting patients and staff in a safe and professional manner
Take instructions from various senior members of the company
Drive patients and staff to their destinations on time
Assist clients as they get into and out of the vehicle if necessary
Report traffic delays on route back to base for work planning
Report any incidents or accidents back to the supervisor
Operate wheelchair lift as needed
Report emergencies in the case of faults with vehicles to the supervisor
To be the company courier for documents and equipment as necessary
To carry out any other reasonable duties within the overall function of the job
Maintain company vehicles in a clean and tidy condition and ensure oil/fuel levels and safety aspects of vehicles before commencement of daily runs including tyres, brakes, lights, steering etc
Quality, Governance and Administration
Participate in staff personal Development Plan working towards agreed objectives and undertaking training where necessary
Assist in the maintenance and control of stock equipment and materials, and to use unit stock with due care and economy
To build a positive relationship with patients and to use a variety of communication skills, in a way that respects their views, autonomy and culture
To be aware of and comply with the company's policies of record keeping, ensuring that all records meet with identified standards.
To be aware of the clinical governance agenda, locally and nationally and to understand its' impact on the health care assistant role
To communicate effectively as part of the Multi-disciplinary team and in a manner that enhances the team
Ensure that clients receive a culturally competent serviceLocation - NN6 and NN5
If you wish to find out more please can you contact Gabriella Saunders on (phone number removed) or send your up to date CV to (url removed)
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