Finance Officer (Current Employee) – Hull, East Riding of Yorkshire – 8 February 2018
I have learnt some valuable skills in this role and have enjoyed all aspects which I will use in my career going forward. I have worked here for a number of years within different health groups, however I do think there is a lack of progression and a failure to let staff staff study to achieve promotions etc.
Clinical Support Worker (Current Employee) – Cottingham, East Riding of Yorkshire – 11 October 2017
I enjoy working at chh but want to reduce my hours. Which is not possible where I am at present. I am able to work on my own as well as part of a team. My role is very varied as I can admit ando discharge patients as well as prepare them for theatre
Operational practitioner (Current Employee) – Hull, East Riding of Yorkshire – 24 July 2017
I have worked here for 7 years and have loved my job so far. People are nice to work with and the people of Hull are a great bunch to look after. I have job satisfaction and have gained a lot of experience
Busy working environment often stressful but rewarding
Staff nurse (Current Employee) – Hull, East Riding of Yorkshire – 6 July 2017
The ward I work on has an amazing team which I feel delivers excellent care. Staff are stretched despite being deemed adequately staffed. Staff often get moved to work in other speciality areas to cover shortfalls particularly during the winter.
Patient Coordinator (Current Employee) – Castle hill hospital – 2 June 2017
I have worked for the trust for 9 years. I have worked in renal, diabetes and cardiology finding each move smooth and beneficial. It's such a great company go work for with opportunities for the taking
Staff Nurse (Current Employee) – Hull, East Riding of Yorkshire – 8 May 2017
I do enjoy working for the trust and is happy to uphold its vision and values whilst at work. Learning everyday as a Staff Nurse, within my current department and CPD continuation is given. Workplace culture is getting better I feel, due to recent events such as bullying. Feel as though can discuss any issues that I have.
Foundation Year 2 Doctor (Current Employee) – Hull, UK – 1 February 2017
I have enjoyed working at Hull Royal Infirmary on the whole, although there have been occasional staffing issues. The staff are generally friendly and competent, and the city is up-and-coming, although currently there is little to do.
Bank midwife (Current Employee) – Community Hull – 10 October 2016
Enjoy the day to day working environment and feel I can discuss any issues with my line manager. The study periods are more flexible and accessible using IT resources when possible. The most enjoyable part of the work in the face to face contact with families and helping them.
Information Analyst (Former Employee) – Kingston upon Hull – 12 August 2016
I work as an Information analyst and making use of Excel spreadsheet to carry out my work on a daily basis and input the information on the dashboard to know how the trust is performing and see the KPI index of the trust o that we can know where to improve our services within our patients.
Physiotherapy Assistant (Current Employee) – Kingston upon Hull – 4 April 2016
Brilliant experience of which helped develop my team work skills and communication skills within the workplace. Furthermore this experience has helped me understand the give and take required in a successful workplace, understanding where patience is needed and when decisions need to be made. The whole experience helped me network and all in all increased my overall confidence.
Great management and communication. Great team and work ethic.
Systems Developer (Contractor) (Former Employee) – Castle Hill Hospital, Cottingham, Hull. – 2 December 2015
Castle Hill Hospital is in a very attractive semi-rural setting. The staff in Information Services are very hard working and conscientious but very friendly and helpful at the same time. The most enjoyable part of the job was being given interesting work to do and being allowed the freedom to get on with it.
external validator (Current Employee) – Kingston upon Hull, ENG – 26 February 2015
a very vibrant team all working together, learning from one another and gaining different set of skills and experience from the job. hardest part of the job is when we all have different ideas on how to go ahead on certain cases but we always reach an agreed consensus.