Housekeeper/Cleaner (Former Employee) – Southmead, Bristol – 11 May 2018
Meet many different people and learn many new skills. There is a wide variety of jobs available and everyone is very welcoming and polite. The hardest part of the job is thinking you have not done enough to help someone.
Staff Nurse Band 5 (Former Employee) – Mansfield – 11 May 2018
What can you really say, it's the NHS, they have their pro's and cons as with all jobs. the benefits you get from working for the NHS are great EG: pension, unsocial hours pay, bank holiday rates, sickness
Mental Health Support Worker (Current Employee) – Haverfordwest – 10 May 2018
working for the NHS is very good =, the team environment is very helpful and make the shift a lot easier as everyone is working together to get everything done and provide patients with the best possible care.
Staff Nurse (Current Employee) – Essex – 9 May 2018
It can be challenging place but rewarding at the same time. There are relative good training opportunities but can be waiting a long time to progress. The skills required for the salary unfortunately is not enough and departments always seem short of staff. I have learned a lot in my time working for this organisation but hope the future will get better. It has become undervalued unfortunately.
Health Care Assistant (Former Employee) – Amersham, Buckinghamshire – 8 May 2018
A 7 hour shift with half an hour break. You are advised to split the half an hour into 15 minute chunks. You are lucky if you get a bathroom break, you're that busy. Lots of ward walking, you need the most comfortable and supportive shoes you can find! You also need a strong stomach and bladder! Staff at all levels are very supportive and patient. Training at induction and on the job. You learn very fast. Not for the unfit! Hardest part of the job watching a patient fade away. Very humbling to be called an angel by people you are caring for.
Deputy Office Manager (Current Employee) – London, Greater London – 6 May 2018
Great place to work. Team spirit is always high, good opportunities available with training at your finger tips. A great pension scheme is available and support from HR I have learned so much in my time with them
Health Care Assistant (Current Employee) – Somerset – 3 May 2018
a typical day in the NHS is very hardworking but fun at the same time. i have learned many new skills including venapuncture and cannulation management in the NHS can be good or bad. the hardest part of the job is the stress of the winter pressures and illnesses which leads to lack of beds and staff the most enjoyable part of the job is working with some really dedicated and compassionate people
heath care assistant (Former Employee) – Middlesbrough, North Yorkshire – 30 April 2018
Staff are not treat equally long hours with challenging individuals with no support. OK rates of pay when you have been there for years, but there is less demanding roles in the field for a better hourly rate.
Drug and Alcohol Worker (Former Employee) – Torbay, Devon – 29 April 2018
They can sometimes expect quite a lot from there volunteers but are understanding when you explain that they are putting quite a lot on your plate and the situation is resolved ,really enjoyed supporting and helping people in there recover
Cleaner (Former Employee) – Hartington – 28 April 2018
a typical day at work would be cheaking all areas that seem un deemed , in certain areas keeping to the NHS rules and regulations, Everyone there was very friendly and the place was run too a very high standard , thank you for giving me the opportunity to work there.