Clinical Support Worker (Former Employee) – Manchester, Greater Manchester – 5 March 2018
Rotational job roles= never bored and always busy, but also can make it difficult to ever really get settled into position. Very repetitive work, easy to learn, must be able to be comfortable around bodily fluids, cancer related issues & must have a compassionate attitude.
helping others, lots to learn, able to keep job variable
Financial management (Current Employee) – Withington – 20 November 2017
I have great relations with all staff, customers and patients. So my short shifts are jam packed with queries and operational tasks. So the work culture here is fast paced, full of knowledge competency.
Advanced Radiotherapy Physics Practitioner (Current Employee) – Manchester – 4 November 2017
An NHS Trust that cares about the development of its employees. There are many opportunities to progress and learn new techniques. Plus, the amount of excellent research that comes from the hospital evokes pride which helps to keep morale high.
Senior Care Support Worker (Current Employee) – Manchester – 24 October 2017
A day at work consists of running very busy and demanding outpatient clinics. Huge numbers of patients coming through our clinics where we have to undertake many observations and tests including phlebotomy.
The role is very demanding and physical and the management are not the best by far. There isn't any flexibility in working and little understanding of the pressure and stress on a daily basis.
The hardest part is seeing families torn apart with bad news and patients that are very unwell but the rewards are seeing treatment working and smiles on patients faces.
Radiotherapy (Current Employee) – Manchester, UK – 18 May 2017
The Christie is good because you are helping people in need. That really is what makes me go there every day. I do not think that if it were another organisation with the same management culture or working conditions that I would put up with it.
Auxillary Nurse (Former Employee) – Manchester – 9 May 2017
I worked here many years ago, however my time there was lovely. Interacting with patients and making sure they were ok and had all their needs catered for. I worked along side the professionals aswell to prepare patients.
Multi Skilled Maintenance Engineer (Former Employee) – Withington – 3 February 2016
The duties I was trained to carry out were; installing and maintaining lights, sockets; testing generators; weekly testing of fire alarms; repairs to conveyors and clinical equipment including electronic theatre equipment. I was also responsible for testing motors and PPM's on air handling units.
New title very soon im hoping.. (Former Employee) – Manchester – 22 October 2015
This place helped save my life all Last Year! I attended weekly every Friday for bloods /treatment till Dec. What a Fantastic team overall at bloods admin Breastcare nurses Doctors the whole team. I cannot praise n Thank them enough from my new lease of life. I know feel for quite some time that my place is to be at the Christie just to be part of peoples lives daily n help patients get through what i had to. With my Empathy concern and many skills n talents i certainly feel i can do it and i will do it..! I am now willing to give up my Financial Career in Banking which i have recently returned back to after recovery. Not like me but i cannot focus on it any longer because the Chtistie is where my heart is now n thats where im going to go... My best wishes to all out there. 'Keep smiling each day u have to wake up to' Thank you