Questions and Answers about NHS

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What can you bring to the job

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Trust values

Answered - Practitioner clinical Informatics (Current Employee) - Newcastle upon Tyne, Tyne and Wear

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About Confidentiality, how to deal with concerns, how accurate are typing skills m telephone manner, have you deal with Hugh ranking officials

Answered - Personal Assistant (Current Employee) - Powys

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What would you do questions.

Answered - Domestic Assistant (Former Employee) - Swadlincote, Derbyshire

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Why do you think youd be the ideal candidate for this type of job

Answered - St mary hospital(clerical officer) (Former Employee) - Portsmouth

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What is your previous experience
Why do you want to work for the nhs

Answered - Healthcare assistant (Former Employee) - The christie

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They will need to know if you know about the role you are applying for. They may engage in scenarios. They will ask specific questions around the role you are applying for. They will then allow you to talk about yourself, giving you chance for you to "blow your own trumpet"
Try to convince them you are the right person.

Answered - Health Care Support Worker (Current Employee) - Lancaster, Lancashire

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Senarios what would you do if ?

Answered - Health Care Assistant (Current Employee) - Stockport, Greater Manchester

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They give scenarios and like you to have knowledge if the general workplace policies.

Answered - Occpational therapy technical instructor (Current Employee) - Scunthorpe, Lincolnshire

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