20. August 2019 - 10:00 till 12:00
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Clinical Support Worker Information Session | Lecture Theatre 2 | Tuesday, 20. August 2019

Places on the Information session are limited therefore please book your place as soon as possible to avoid disappointment.
Are you a naturally caring person who recognises the importance of making a difference to patients? Do you believe in treating others with respect and fairness at all times? Are you prepared to work hard within a team whilst maintaining high standards?
If your answer to these questions is yes, the Clinical Support Worker role may be right for you! Come along to the Clinical Support Worker information session to find out what this role can offer.
As a Clinical Support Worker you will provide vital assistance to patients and support them with their physical and emotional care needs. You will also be responsible for assisting healthcare professionals in the diagnosis, treatment, and care of patients. This is a responsible and rewarding role which has a direct impact on patients’ lives.
All new Clinical Support Workers attend a bespoke training programme on commencement.
We currently have vacancies across the trust. The majority of these involve working shift patterns which cover a 24 hour period. This will include working early mornings (which start at 7:00AM), afternoons, and night duty. In many areas, especially in-patient areas, this will also include a requirement to work regular weekend and bank holidays. Whilst we are supportive of flexible working this is limited to specific areas where it meets the service needs.
Information Session
This session will give you all the information you need to enable you to decide if a Clinical Support Worker role at Sheffield Teaching Hospitals is right for you before you decide to apply.
In order to undertake the role, you would be required to successfully pass a numeracy and literacy test which will be taking place at the session. Alternatively, if you are able to provide proof of your qualifications in Maths and English at GCSE Grade D or above or equivalent, then these can be accepted instead of undertaking the test.
Only individuals who attend the session and are able to provide proof of the required qualifications or have passed the numeracy and literacy test will be invited to apply for the post.