Published on: 11 February 2021

Welcome to this week's vacancy round up! Take a look at the latest vacancies in the local Health and Social Care sector below.


Apprentice Administrator in Rotherham

We are looking for 2 x full time enthusiastic Apprentice Administrators to work within the Children & Young People’s Service at Rotherham NHS Foundation Trust.

Each Apprentice Administrator will join a different community administration team within Children & Young People’s Services (CYPS). These teams support both community children's therapists and child health and 0-19 services under the umbrella of the Family Health Directorate at The Rotherham NHS Foundation Trust.


Careers Hub Apprentice in Doncaster

The Doncaster Careers Hub is looking to employ a redundant apprentice to support The Careers & Enterprise Company’s national programme. You will work as part of a team that’s supports all schools in Doncaster helping them achieve their career Strategy and support them achieving the 8 Gatsby Benchmarks. This is a critical to achieving their aim of motivating, inspiring and supporting young people in making informed choices about their future and help them achieve against those choices. The successful candidate will support the day to day coordination of the Doncaster Careers Hub working alongside both the Hub Lead and our two Enterprise Coordinators.




Facilities Operative (Domestic Services, Bank) in Barnsley

Exciting opportunities are available to be part of the Barnsley Facilities Services Team, working within Barnsley Hospital. We have vacancies for Facilities Operatives working within our Domestic Cleaning & Housekeeping Services.

We are looking for enthusiastic team members who are eager to learn and to develop; previous experience is desirable, but not essential as full training is provided. We are looking for individuals who are highly motivated and want to make a difference to our patients’ experience and who demonstrate values and personal qualities that support the BHNFT way of working.


Facilities Operative (Domestic Services, Permanent) in Barnsley

Exciting opportunities are available to be part of the Barnsley Facilities Services Team, working within Barnsley Hospital. We have vacancies for Facilities Operatives working within our Domestic Cleaning & Housekeeping Services.

We are looking for enthusiastic team members who are eager to learn and to develop; previous experience is desirable, but not essential as full training is provided. We are looking for individuals who are highly motivated and want to make a difference to our patients’ experience and who demonstrate values and personal qualities that support the BHNFT way of working.


Clerk/ Typist in Barnsley

This role is a fantastic opportunity for apprentices who are currently studying for NVQ Level 2/3, apprentices should note that the salary will remain as an apprenticeship salary as this position is fixed term. We are looking for an experienced Medical Typist for Community Paediatric department to join our small administrative team in this busy, friendly department.


Ward Clerk in Barnsley

This role is a fantastic opportunity for apprentices who are currently studying for NVQ Level 2/3, apprentices should note that the salary would be Agenda for Change Annex U trainee rate (75%  max of band) until they have completed their apprenticeship.

Are you looking for a challenge? The new purpose built co-located Paediatric Emergency Department and Children’s Assessment Unit here at Barnsley hospital are looking to recruit ward clerks to join our very busy team.


Discharge Liaison Facilitator in Rotherham

Following the reconfiguration of Stroke services across South Yorkshire and the additional work involved in repatriating patients from other regional hospitals we are seeking a motivated individual to join our friendly Stroke team.

You must be a good team player and able to communicate effectively with all grades of staff, work flexible hours across day shifts and be well organised providing efficient, safe discharge for our patients.


Exercise Instructor in Barnsley

An exciting opportunity has arisen for a well motivated, enthusiastic exercise instructor to work within the cardiac and pulmonary rehabilitation service. This community based team provides quality care and support for patients undertaking either the cardiac or pulmonary rehabilitation programmes. The post will initially be based at the Rockingham Centre in Hoyland, Barnsley but you will be required to travel within the Barnsley area to deliver the service across multiple locations.


Booking Clerk Administrator in Sheffield

Candidates are invited to apply for a full-time Booking Clerk Administrator within the Clinical Genetic Department based at Northern General Outpatient 2 department.

The post holder will provide a comprehensive support to the Booking Clerks dealing with telephone enquiries from patients, clinical staff and other organisations. In addition the post holder will form part of an established administration team, providing support to the Clinical Genetics department, dealing with incoming mail, electronic management of patient medical records and working with the Trust’s patient information systems (Medway and Evolve). This will require the ability to work as part of a large team communicating effectively and to use own initiative


Learning and Organisational Development Coordinator in Sheffield Children’s

A 6 month fixed term/secondment opportunity has arisen for an enthusiastic and motivated learning and organisational development co-ordinator to join the Learning and Organisational Development Department (L&OD) at the Sheffield Children’s NHS Foundation Trust. The successful candidate will oversee and contribute to the function of the training administration team to ensure the delivery of an effective service to both the department and the Trust.

Applicants should be able to demonstrate:

·       Experience of working successfully as part of a team.

·       Excellent Microsoft Word and Excel skills.

·       Excellent customer service/communication skills.

·       That they are very well organised, able to meet deadlines, manage multiple priorities and have a strong attention to detail.


Hotel Service / Estates Assistant in Sheffield Children’s

The Becton site is a sub-regional site that provides a therapeutic day and in patient care for children and young people who present with a range of mental health issues including emotional and behavioural.

We are looking to recruit a porter/estates maintenance person who will fit into our small friendly team. The successful candidate needs to be very flexible in their approach to work with a mature attitude to complete the jobs that randomly present themselves as well as be able to prioritise their workload in order to meet the needs of the service. This person must be reliable and able to work together as a team member and equally well alone, as well as being physically fit to undertake all tasks per job description.


Senior Clinical Support Worker at Sheffield Children’s

37.5 hours per week covering a 7 day a week service Working both days and night shifts - Full time/part time hours - Permanent/temporary positions

Are you a clinical support worker currently looking for a challenging new experience within the area of paediatrics and looking to gain experience in the community setting then this job may appeal to you.

The Helena Specialist Nursing Team & Ryegate House are looking for Band 3 clinical support workers to join their team which provides respite, continuing care and palliative care provision in a variety of settings which include the child and families own home, school and Ryegate house respite unit.


Senior Clerical Officer/ Supervisor at Sheffield Children’s

An exciting opportunity has arisen within the Physiotherapy and Occupational Therapy service based at Ryegate Children's Centre to appoint a suitably qualified secretary to join our dedicated team as senior clerical officer / supervisor. The successful candidate will be self-motivated, enthusiastic and contribute to the continual development of our dynamic service. The post holder will work in a small team to provide a range of administrative and secretarial support to our welcoming department.


IT support Technician in Sheffield

The Trust is seeking to appoint an experienced IT Support Technician to provide technical support to our Customers. This post is part of the Customer Services Team within the Information Management, Systems and Technology Directorate.

This is an exciting time to join IMST as new strategies are being implemented, which this role will support. Reporting to the IMST Customer Services Manager, the post holder will provide support to Customers on current estate and support the implementation changes and service improvements.


Occupational Therapist Assistant in Sheffield

We are seeking a well-motivated and enthusiastic individual to work on our adult acute inpatient wards at the Longley Centre with adult inpatients who are experiencing acute mental health conditions.

You will work with the Nursing and Occupational Therapy team to provide therapeutic activities for both individuals and groups of service users.  Experience within mental health would be an advantage, but good communication skills, initiative, enthusiasm, energy, an interest in the therapeutic use of activities and a commitment to the principles of social inclusion and recovery are equally important.


Grounds Maintenance operative (Gardener) in Sheffield

We currently have a fixed term vacant post within the Trust’s small, in-house maintenance and grounds service.  You would be working at a variety of premises throughout Sheffield, providing an excellent customer service and a high standard of grounds/gardens maintenance.

The post-holder will be required to carry out duties including hedge cutting, lawn mowing, path and road sweeping, along with general grounds maintenance, and operation of the department’s range of gardening equipment.


Support Time Recovery Worker in Sheffield

We are looking for motivated, dynamic staff who would like to work in a positive working environment, where high standards of care and good team support is the basis of our service.

You will need to have had experience of working with people with acute mental health needs.

In addition you will need to demonstrate skills and experience of working with acutely unwell service users as well as a willingness and ability to work as part of a team. You should have a good understanding of community care working. Knowledge and understanding of PDR and supervision processes are also essential requirements for the post. Additionally, you will need to possess excellent communication skills, be able to work both independently and as part of a multidisciplinary team and with other partnership agencies.  You should have a positive approach to meeting the needs of our service users and be able to demonstrate continued professional development. There will be opportunities for further training and development.


Admin Support Officer in Sheffield

This is an exciting opportunity for someone with admin experience to join a developing service and to work across other Directorate Services

You should be committed, enthusiastic individual who has the skills and drive to lead and work alongside the team, and work with the Business Manager to take the service forward. You will have a relevant qualification and experience.


Support Worker in Sheffield

This is an exciting opportunity to work within a newly developing city wide service that provides care and treatment for individuals presenting with First Episode Psychosis and At Risk Mental State. The successful candidate would be given the opportunity to work within a diverse multi-disciplinary team of professionals that work closely together to provide specific care pathways to those between the ages of 14-65.


Clerical Support Assistant in Sheffield

This is an exciting opportunity to join the Estates Services team which delivers a variety of engineering, building maintenance and utility services to over 30 properties throughout Sheffield.

The role of Clerical Support Officer will be responsible for logging, updating and closing of requests on the helpdesk software system (CAFM) submitted by staff via phone, email and web portal. The post holder will deliver outstanding customer service and use excellent organisation and communication skills to deal with requests in an efficient and timely manner.


Assistant Research Accountant in Sheffield

We are seeking an enthusiastic and highly motivated individual to join the Research and Innovation Finance Team. In return Sheffield Teaching Hospitals NHSFT will support you to study. This support will be through an accounting apprenticeship. The apprenticeship combines working, earning a full-time salary, with fully funded part-time learning (equating to 20% off the job each week). This will give you the opportunity to gain a AAT, CCAB or CIMA Qualification, depending on your qualifications and level of experience.


Project Support Officer in Sheffield

An exciting opportunity has arisen within the Combined Community & Acute (CCA) Group, who are seeking to recruit an enthusiastic, efficient Project Support Officer to work within their busy Headquarters based at Northern General Hospital.


Medicines Management Assistant in Sheffield

Enthusiastic and motivated Medicines Management Assistants are required to support the ward based clinical pharmacy services at Sheffield Teaching Hospitals Foundation Trust. The successful applicants will be able to demonstrate initiative and work to high standards of accuracy and reliability.


Estates Electrical Technician in Sheffield

The purpose of this job is to assist the Estates Directorate to carry out or oversee the repair, maintenance or installation of complex plant, equipment and buildings belonging to the Trust. This will require a multi skilled approach with additional responsibilities in nominated specialist Estates roles, as well as the full range of duties associated with the post holders core craft trade. The job is intended to be flexible in terms of managing operational maintenance services and requires mobility and cover across all of the Trust properties.


Learning and Development Assistant Facilitator in Sheffield  

This is an exciting opportunity for the right candidate to join our team to deliver training around a number of healthcare related and mandatory topics. The purpose of this role is to support training programmes which will prepare staff for their new roles within the Trust. You will be expected to deliver training on a variety of Induction programmes such as Prepare to Care, Healthcare Apprenticeships, the Care Certificate, Corporate Induction, Mandatory Training Topics and Customer Service Apprenticeships.


Learning and Development Facilitator in Sheffield  

An exciting opportunity has arisen to join the Business Unit in the Learning and Development Department (LDD). The team is expanding in response to the increase in demand for apprenticeships across Sheffield Teaching Hospitals including developing business models to respond to workforce need in key services.

Working as part of a small team, you will have a responsibility for supporting clinical and non-clinical services across the Trust work within the Apprenticeship Strategy and Policy. You will play a part in designing and developing innovative solutions to expand and support apprenticeship capacity by liaising with internal and external stakeholders such as clinical educators, Universities, and Health Education England to enable the team to provide a proficient and responsive service to provide quality apprenticeships for our staff.


Clinical Support Worker in Sheffield

Are you a naturally caring person who recognises the importance of making a difference to patients? Do you believe in treating others with respect and fairness at all times? Are you prepared to work hard within a team whilst maintaining high standards?

If your answer to these questions is yes, the Clinical Support Worker role may be right for you!

You will be required to undertake and successfully pass our Prepare to Care course, which is arranged by the Trust and Sheffield College (this is undertaken on a full-time basis after appointment). In addition, you will need to demonstrate a commitment to complete the competencies required for a Care Certificate once in your clinical area.

For awareness - in line with all NHS Trusts we are currently caring for patients affected by the Covid-19 pandemic across all services.


Endoscopy Booking Clerk in Doncaster

We are looking for an enthusiastic and motivated individual to join our Endoscopy booking team. You will be working as an Endoscopy Booking Coordinator at Doncaster Royal Infirmary based in the Endoscopy Unit. The role involves negotiating appointment dates with patients either by telephone or in person taking into consideration their clinical requirements and which endoscopist would be appropriate to perform the procedure.


Clinical Staffing Support Officer in Doncaster

The Clinical Staffing Support Officer will be responsible to the Clinical Staffing Manager, for ensuring the continuity of service provision by coordinating cover and rotas for the Department’s Consultants, SpR’s, Specialty Doctors, Junior Medical staff. The role involves recording, monitoring and identification of gaps in staffing levels during annual leave, study leave, and other unplanned absence, to ensure continuity of service.

We are looking for someone who is enthusiastic, who will enjoy working in a busy environment and is a team player.


IT Clinical Systems Support Analyst in Doncaster

DBTH are looking for an enthusiastic and motivated individual with a positive and customer focused approach to join the Trusts IT Clinical Systems Team to cover maternity leave.

Your main focus will be on our Patient Administration System CaMIS,

You must be a team player, who can work with initiative and the ability to communicate at all levels. Key Responsibilities will include: ensuring that standardised methods and procedures are used for efficient handling and reporting of incidents; system configuration; setting up and maintaining user profiles and monitoring the use and performance of the Trusts Clinical Systems e.g. CaMIS, RIS, ICE, PACS and other systems as required.


Clinical Support Worker in Doncaster

An exciting opportunity has arisen within the Ambulatory Care Unit of the Emergency Care Group.

This is to work alongside the Advanced Clinical Practitioner team and medical team in the Acute Medicine environment to enhance the patient’s journey from admission to discharge. It will enable rapid access to necessary tests, improve the review of the patients and the continuity of treatments.


Medical Secretary

We are looking for an experienced part time Medical Secretary who can bring their knowledge of working within the NHS, medical terminology and excellent audio typing skills to this busy and varied role. Is required to provide a comprehensive secretarial service to the Consultant Psychiatrists and Specialist Registrars, along with GP Trainees based in the Access and Liaison Services within the Doncaster Care Group. in Doncaster


Administration Assistant in Scunthorpe

The North Lincolnshire Care Group are looking to appoint an Administrative Assistant post to complete our team and to support the administration needs of our Care Group.

The post holder will require excellent organisational, interpersonal and communication skills. To be friendly, approachable and be able to work using own initiative and a team worker.


Family Support Worker in Scunthorpe

The Family Support Worker will work as part of an integrated team, led by Health Visitors, contributing to plans of care that support the Healthy Child Programme and working with families, children and young people as part of the 0-19 (25 SEND) Health and Wellbeing Team. The role involves working with health colleagues, children’s centres, education and other agencies to develop implement and evaluate packages of care. The Family Support Worker role forms a vital and integral part of the 0-19 offer.


Nursing Assistant in Doncaster

We are seeking a Nursing assistant with experience of working within a care environment; you should be passionate about providing high quality care and support, and want to make a difference to our patients and their families at a difficult time in their lives.



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