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Sanctuary Personnel, on behalf of a healthcare establishment in the UK, is on the lookout for kind individuals with experience in a health care setting to fill the role of Health care Assistant. Applications from individuals who meet the requirements are welcome.

Sanctuary Personnel is a market-leading health and social care recruitment company. With over 200 employees based at the Ipswich head office, Sanctuary Personnel is proud to be one of the region’s most successful businesses, ranking 11th in the Suffolk Top 100 companies (Grant Thornton Suffolk Limited 100, 2022).\

Sanctuary Personnel believes that a story worth sharing must make an impact. The company’s story is one of growth, inspiration, and courage.

While much of the recruitment sector has remained static, Sanctuary Personnel continues to innovate, marking an incredible journey of progress and success.

Position: Health care Assistant

Salary: £31,208 –  £33,804 per year

Job Type: Full Time

Location: Jersey, UK


About the Role

Sanctuary Personnel are seeking a compassionate and enthusiastic Healthcare Assistant to join our client’s team at a 28-bed Orthopaedic Ward catering to both elective and emergency patients. While desirable, prior training and experience are not necessary as the successful candidate will receive appropriate training.

The role involves promoting the well-being, health, and independence of patients by assisting them with daily activities to achieve planned care goals. Working under the guidance of trained staff, you’ll have immediate access to support and guidance.

Main Duties

  • Adherence to the code of practice for health and social care support workers.
  • Participation in care delivery, including planning and organising patient activities.
  • Compliance with Infection Prevention and Control policies.
  • Safeguarding and welfare responsibilities for all individuals under care.
  • Maintenance of a vocational QCF Portfolio.
  • Ensuring activities of daily living align with care plans and clinical standards.
  • Collaborating within the multi-disciplinary team.


  • Possession of or commitment to work towards a vocational award in healthcare.
  • RQF/NVQ Level 2 Care Certificate.
  • Experience in healthcare settings.
  • Basic IT skills.

Required Documents

  1. CV/Resume
  2. Cover Letter

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