Agenda for Change Band: 2 (during training) Band 3 following successful completion of training within the new unit (Band 2 - £14,153 - £17,253 pa/pro rata) (Band 3 - £16,110 - £19,077 pa/pro rata)
Following the opening of the new Decontamination Unit at Northern General Hospital and in preparation for the planned opening of a new unit at Royal Hallamshire, a post has become available for a Trainee Decontamination Technicians to work within the shift pattern of the units.
The technicians will be trained in the current busy Endoscopy Unit based at the Hallamshire but will be moving to the new state of the arts Decontamination Unit from next year. The post will be a band 2 until the post holders is fully trained in the new Unit after which time they will progress to a Band 3.
Candidates for these posts must have a good general education and would benefit from a decontamination back ground either from endoscopy or Sterile services.
For further information please contact Sister Annie King Endoscopy Manager on (0114) 2713866.
This role involves shift working pattern between 8am until 9pm and some weekend and bank working. The candidate will be expected to be able to collect scopes from departments around the trust, manually clean, scopes before placing into a washer disinfector. They will be required to quality check items monitor the wash cycle and its load before delivery and storage of scopes as part of this role in a timely manner.
This role involves a regulated activity with vulnerable children and/or adults. The Safeguarding Vulnerable Groups Act 2006 legally requires any successful candidates entering into a role involving regulated activity with vulnerable groups to complete a Criminal Records Bureau (CRB) check. Therefore, successful candidates will be required to complete a CRB disclosure application (police check). Please ensure you read the CRB Employee Guidance Document at the foot of the NHS Jobs page, which provides further guidance on the requirements for this check and your responsibilities in complying with this check should you be successful at interview.
Applications from candidates who require Tier 2 sponsorship to work in the UK are welcome and will be considered alongside other applications. However, non-EEA candidates may not be appointed if a suitably qualified, experienced and skilled EU/EEA candidate is available as it is unlikely in these circumstances that the UK Border Agency Resident Labour Market Test requirements would be met. For further information on this test please visit the UK Border Agency website.
Following a UK Border Agency announcement on 23rd December 2010, Tier 1 applications made from Overseas will no longer be accepted. Therefore applications for this vacancy requiring this Tier 1 status cannot be processed.
This job advert will close as soon as sufficient applications have been received. Potential applicants are encouraged to apply at the earliest opportunity to avoid disappointment.
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