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Yes good experience you get to know staff and patients good benefit of patients giving something back to the Trust when voluntaries have been patients priory to joining the NHS

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I believe they do. They are very supportive. Always make you feel welcomed

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Apply via Nhs jobs. They will invite yoy to a recruitment day, where you are tested in basic English and Maths and have a short interview.

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The money is good

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It is a good job with many benefits

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Its all private companies taking over

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Numeric reasoning and verbal reasoning tests

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Not aware that new starters can begin at a level higher than the stated salary for the post.

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The position entails helping patients from all over. so many different treatments and different wards its hard to keep up with.

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