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  • Full Time
  • England

Humber Teaching NHS Foundation Trust are proud award winners of the HSJ Provider of the Year 2019

Job overview

An exciting opportunity to work at the Inspire Inpatient Unit , providing support to young people aged 13- 18yrs.

Our enthusiastic, motivated, and experienced healthcare support workers, work under the supervision of a healthcare professionals to support them and help patients on their journey back to full health.

You will be working as part of an established clinical team, the successful candidate will be offered the opportunity to develop your skills.


Main duties of the job

The Health Care Support workers play a vital role in delivering high standards of care to patients at the Trust. Working in a busy clinical environment, you will work closely with multi-disciplinary teams to ensure all patients are cared for and treated with dignity and respect and receive the highest quality of care. Duties will be varied and will include:

  • Demonstrate what it means in practice to promote and provide person centred care treatment
  • Support by obtaining valid consent, and carrying out risk assessments
  • Work in partnership with the individual, their carer, families and the wider healthcare team
  • Promote clinical effectiveness, safety and a good experience for the individual
  • Making patients comfortable
  • Talking and listening to patients
  • Involved in patient activities and support them to use ward facilitates
  • You will also gain experience in gaining a number of key clinical skills throughout the programme.

Working for our organisation

We are an award winning and CQC rated good health and social care Trust delivering integrated services across Hull, East and North Yorkshire. Find out more on our website

We are a forward thinking and dynamic Trust with a real commitment to staff development. We value our colleagues and invest in them to ensure they have the right skills to deliver outstanding care.

We are proud to score above or equal to the average for all NHS People Promise theme areas demonstrating our commitment to improve the experience of working in the NHS for everyone. Wherever you work we know you will receive a warm welcome and all the support you’ll need to get you started.

We recognise the positive value of diversity and promotes equality whilst challenging discrimination. We welcome and encourage job applications from people of all backgrounds.

Work life balance is about having influence and flexibility over when, where and how you work. If the work pattern for this role does not meet your needs, we welcome an application and are happy to discuss working arrangements that differ from those advertised.

We offer a unique range of benefits that go above and beyond other NHS Trusts including an enhanced leave package and health and wellbeing support.

From city to countryside, market towns to moors you’ll find a place to call home including some of the most affordable places to live in the UK.


Detailed job description and main responsibilities

Please see attached job description and personal specification for further details regarding this role.

Person specification

Qualifications and Knowledge

Essential criteria
  • Level 3 qualification in Health and Social Care or equivalent experience
  • Committed to undertake the Care Certificate course within the first 12 weeks of commencing
  • Working knowledge of physical or mental health issues including: mental health legislation, medication management
  • Standard IT skills
Desirable criteria
  • Willingness to undertake further academic development

Skills and Competencies

Essential criteria
  • Evidence of effective inter-personal communication skills
  • Ability to motivate others
  • Good organisational skills
  • A team player
  • Ability to work without direct supervision
  • Ability to carry out instructions given by qualified colleagues
Desirable criteria
  • Mandatory training for the management of violence and aggression


Essential criteria
  • Demonstrable experience of working within physical or mental health services
  • Competency in taking physical observations

Please note that if there is a high volume of applications we reserve the right to close the vacancy earlier than the advertised closing date.

This post will be subject to successful completion of a 6 month probationary period where applicable, further details would be included within any offer letter.

Where operationally feasible the Trust supports agile working, there is an expectation of attendance of 1 day per week at a Trust site as a minimum operationally.  Unless specifically stated in the advert that a role will have home as the base of work, all roles will have the option to work from a Trust base if remote working is not for you.

If required for the post the ability to commute within the Trusts geographical area with access to the appropriate means of transport would be essential.

We will apply for a Disclosure from the Disclosure & Barring Service for the successful candidate if this is required for the post. Anyone applying for a position which involves a regulated activity will require an enhanced Disclosure & Barring check and that the disclosure will, where appropriate to the role, include information against the Independent Safeguarding Authority barred lists for working with children or working with adults or both.

IMPORTANT: Should your application be successfully shortlisted, you will be contacted to attend an interview electronically to the email address provided at the time of the application. It is important therefore, that you CHECK YOUR EMAILS/NHS JOBS ACCOUNT on a regular basis.

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