Renal Healthcare Technician
Interserve PLC
London, GB
1d ago

Group Company :

  • Citizen Services - Healthcare
  • Interserve Healthcare, part of the wider Interserve Group, delivers specialist healthcare services to clients in their own homes and in healthcare establishments throughout the UK.

    We recruit Nurses, Healthcare Assistants and Support Workers on a national basis to deliver outstanding care and support our ever-growing client base.

    At Interserve Healthcare, we understand that our employees and client care staff are our most important asset and that is why we want people like you to join our team.

    Interserve Healthcare is Investors in Diversity accredited company & committed to equal opportunities for all.

    About the role

    Are you looking to join our remarkable team of Healthcare Assistants who spend every day making a difference to people’s lives?

    We are looking for compassionate, kind and supportive people to become part of our Renal Technician team at Interserve Healthcare.

    We can offer you :

  • Excellent rates of pay
  • Flexible working hours
  • On-going FREE training and development opportunities
  • Refer a friend bonus scheme (£150)*
  • Free Uniform
  • In return, we'd like you to have :

  • The Care Certificate
  • Excellent communication skills, written, verbal and listening
  • A caring and compassionate attitude
  • The ability to commit to regular (flexible) hours
  • At least 6 months UK healthcare experience
  • Driving Licence
  • Interserve Healthcare is recruiting for Renal Healthcare Technicians to provide care and support to patients requiring renal dialysis within their own homes which allows patients suffering with kidney failure the freedom to live an independent life.

    Applicants will need to have excellent communication and interpersonal skills and have a flexible approach to working regular shifts (some of which will include unsociable hours) delivering high quality person-centred care within patient’s homes.

    No previous experience of working in this field is required as comprehensive training will be provided.

    Responsibilities of this role will include; assisting patients with dialysis treatment including machine set-up, connecting patients to the machine and recording observations of a patient’s general well-being.

    Accurate record keeping is essential as is being responsible for the management of patient stock levels to ensure that the right amount of equipment is always available for their care.

    How to apply

    If you are interested in joining us, please contact the Community Programmes Team on 01952 278321 or apply online.

  • Payable after the recommended worker completes 100 working hours.
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