Published on: 23 April 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.



Healthcare Science Assistant Apprentice in Sheffield

This exciting opportunity has arisen for enthusiastic individuals looking to start a career in healthcare science, working within the Laboratory Medicine Directorate.




Apprentice Procurement Systems Administrator in Doncaster

The Role will be to support the E-Procurement Team and the wider Procurement Department with a range of Business and Clerical duties, The E-procurement Team are the main responsible for the day to day processing of purchase orders for the Trust this covers the ordering of a wide range of products on a paperless electronic Purchase to Pay Procurement System. It is a busy and efficient Department whose customers include internal Trust departments and external customers e.g. other NHS Trusts, suppliers, and any external organisations.




Customer Service Practitioner Apprenticeship in Doncaster

Do you want to learn new skills and knowledge whilst achieving an apprenticeship qualification?

Are you an enthusiastic and motivated individual who is interested in a customer service role within the Education Department, primarily based at DRI the post will rotate across the Placement and Vocational Education Teams?

The role will include various administration duties working within the department e.g. reception duties, communication with people, assisting with record keeping and photocopying.

There will be an expectation for the successful candidate to be flexible to work across sites.




General Jobs


Phlebotomist in Doncaster

To enhance the quality of patient care by the collection of good quality blood samples that are suitable for analysis. The post holder will demonstrate empathy and sensitivity to the patient while taking into account individual patient management needs.




Accommodation Officer in Doncaster

The post holder will be responsible for assisting with the planning, management, and review of all residential Accommodation at both Doncaster Royal Infirmary (on & off Site) and Bassetlaw General Hospital, to ensure that accommodation service standards are maintained and is allocated on a consistent basis in order to achieve maximum utilisation.




Senior Assistant Technical Officer in Rotherham

We are seeking an enthusiastic and highly motivated individual to join our team, as a pharmacy assistant.

The main focus of the role will be to provide a dispensing service to wards and departments in the hospital, pharmacy reception duties with some patient contact. The use of IT and liaising with health care professionals will be routine in all aspects of this role. The band 3 position requires an NVQ level 2 in pharmacy services or equivalent with a minimum of 12 months experience of working within medicines and a pharmacy environment. Full training will be provided to a suitable candidate with 3 GCSE’s grade C, 4 or equivalent in maths, English, and science at a band 2 until the required mandatory NVQ is completed.




Information Analyst in Rotherham

The way information and intelligence are used in healthcare is evolving and so are we.

We are looking for a proactive and enthusiastic individual to support the TRFTs Health Informatics department as an Information Analyst. The post holder will work alongside colleagues in the Business Intelligence - Analytics team to provide meaningful insights and intelligence in support of our operational and clinical colleagues, as we look to provide high-quality care across our acute and community services.




Dental Nurse in Rotherham

We are looking for a qualified and GDC registered dental nurse to join our Community Dental Service working with cover at other clinics when required. This is an ideal career opportunity for anyone who is looking for a challenging opening to develop his or her existing skills.




Dietetic Assistant in Rotherham

Due to retirement in the Department of Nutrition and Dietetics, an exciting opportunity has arisen for a Band 3 Dietetic Assistant to join our team, supporting qualified Dieticians within the hospital and community environment. We are looking for an enthusiastic member of staff to be trained to support the Nutrition and Dietetic team agenda.




Clinical Typist/Administrator Rheumatology Dept. in Doncaster

The post holder will assist the Medical Secretary in providing an effective and efficient support service to clinical teams, maintaining robust systems and processes that are in place for administrative management of the patient pathway. The post holder will provide an efficient audio typing service to ensure that clinical correspondence and all associated actions have been actioned to ensure smooth progress throughout the patient pathway in line with clinical requests.




Information Analyst in Doncaster

We are looking for a highly motivated and driven individual to join a rapidly expanding team that is undergoing significant investment both in terms of staff and hardware/software.

The role will play a key part in helping the Trust deliver against its overall goal of becoming the safest Trust in England, outstanding in all that we do.




Clinical Receptionist/Booking Clerk- Ophthalmology in Doncaster

An exciting opportunity has arisen for a talented and experienced Receptionist, to join the Surgery and Cancer Services Division within Doncaster & Bassetlaw Teaching Hospital Trust.

The Division of Surgery & Cancer Services would therefore like to invite applications for this Band 2 Clinical Receptionist post within the Orthoptics and Ophthalmology Department at Doncaster Royal Infirmary.




Clinical Typist Administrator in Haematology in Doncaster

The post holder will assist the Medical secretary to provide effective and efficient support to clinical teams, maintaining robust systems in place for administrative management of patient pathways.




Clinical Typist/Administrator in Cardiology in Doncaster

The post holder will assist the Medical Secretary in providing an effective and efficient support service to clinical teams, maintaining robust systems and processes that are in place for administrative management of the patient pathway. The post holder will provide an efficient audio typing service to ensure that clinical correspondence and all associated actions have been actioned to ensure smooth progress throughout the patient pathway in line with clinical requests.




Clinical Typist Administrator in Specialist Surgery in Doncaster

The Division of Surgery and Cancer Services would like to invite applications for a B2 Clinical Typist primarily within the busy Vascular Team based at Doncaster Royal Infirmary.

This is a permanent, part-time (19.5 hrs) position supporting the Vascular Team to ensure the smooth running of the offices. Although the position will be based in DRI, flexibility will be needed for other departments within our specialties (Urology/ Breast).

The post holder will assist the Medical secretary team to provide effective and efficient support to clinical teams, maintaining robust systems in place for administrative management of patient pathways.




It Support Officer (2nd line) in Doncaster

As an IT Support Officer, you will be responsible for supporting the IT Support Manager in ensuring that our service users’ needs are met through the delivery of high-quality IT support and knowledge. You will provide technical support to end-users and will not only need excellent technical skills but also highly developed communication skills and must be both empathic and resilient.

IT Support Officers contribute to the continuous improvement of the ICT Assurance Framework incorporating strategies, policies, standards, tools, operational processes, and procedures in order to continuously improve the experience of our users and maximise their productivity and satisfaction.




Senior Information Analyst in Doncaster

We are looking for a highly motivated and driven individual to join a rapidly expanding team that is undergoing significant investment both in terms of staff and hardware/software.

The role will play a key part in helping the Trust deliver against its overall goal of becoming the safest Trust in England, outstanding in all that we do.

You will be joining at an exciting time for the Department and be a key player in the development and roll-out of new reporting technologies to help provide the Trust with accurate and up-to-date data which will be improved by detailed analysis. This would be done using a wide variety of statistical methods to help inform decision-making that will have a direct impact on patient care.




Service Assistant – Central Team in Doncaster

The Service Department is responsible for the delivery of cleaning, catering (ward-based), and portering services, covering all wards, departments, clinics, and corporate areas.




PALs Officer in Doncaster

  • Planning and initiating complaint investigations. To ensure complaints are investigated appropriately, thoroughly, and timely monitoring progress and assisting in the resolution of potential delays.
  • Support the PALS Team Leader in ensuring that the Trust complies with national standards and procedures as per regulatory bodies i.e. the DOH, Healthcare Commission, and the Health Service Ombudsman, and provide statistical analysis regarding performance for internal assurance and for external organisations, including the Department of Health when required.
  • As part of the PALS Team to act as a point of contact for complaint investigation and management for both internal and external staff and organisations.
  • Provide support for the analysis of complaints and trends at Directorate and Trust level through the Clinical Governance mechanisms and drive any corrective actions identified




Housekeeper in Doncaster

The Housekeeper will work as an integral part of the Children's Therapy team. Working with therapy staff to ensure that all facilities in the department are conducive to a clean, safe, comfortable environment for staff and patients.

The main elements of the role are supporting the delivery of cleaning and minor maintenance, stock maintenance / ordering together with other specified tasks to meet patient and staff needs, as determined by the Clinical Leads.




Clinic Preparation Clerk in Doncaster

The Medical Records Department provides comprehensive clerical support to the trust in all aspects of patient records.

We securely store approx. 1.7 million volumes of patients records in 7 libraries on the three trust sites

The post gives the post holder the opportunity to liaise with multiple areas, departments, and personnel

By ensuring patients case notes are available; the service we provide plays a crucial part in patient care

All aspects of the work must be carried out in accordance with Trust policies and procedures in respect of maintaining patient confidentiality whilst upholding the Trusts WE CARE values.




Safeguarding Adults Team Secretary in Doncaster

We are seeking to appoint a part-time Safeguarding Adults Team Secretary. The post holder will be required to work as part of a dynamic team providing support to the Trusts Safeguarding agenda.

We are looking for an enthusiastic and self-motivated person with excellent communication and word processing skills, who has the ability to work both within a team and unsupervised.




Care Group Secretary in Doncaster

An exciting opportunity has arisen for an experienced, highly motivated, enthusiastic, and versatile Care Group Secretary to join the Doncaster Care Group, Senior Leadership Support Team.

The successful applicant will provide a comprehensive and highly confidential secretarial service to the Doncaster Care Group Senior Leadership Team; Head of Services and Associate Nurse Director.

The role is diverse and varied and would suit someone who embraces a challenge. You will understand the values that underpin good patient care and your role within that.




Senior Administrator in Doncaster

An exciting opportunity has arisen to join the Improving Access to Psychological Therapies Team. This is a very busy role where no two days will be the same! If you have excellent IT skills (MS Office), organisational, communication, and administrative skills as well as an ability to work your own initiative then this could be the role for you. The main focus of the role will be to support the Team Managers, therefore problem-solving skills, flexibility, listening skills, and a confidential approach are paramount as is the ability to work to tight deadlines. You will also offer a range of comprehensive secretarial and administrative services to the wider team including the support of the Administrators.




Senior Administration Assistant in Scunthorpe

We are looking for an enthusiastic and motivated Senior Administrative Assistant to join the Assessment and Liaison Team.

The successful candidate will provide senior and comprehensive administrative and clerical support to the Assessment and Liaison Team. Candidates must have excellent organisational skills, be able to work to deadlines, and prioritise workload to meet targets. The successful candidate will be responsible for the day-to-day supervision of band 2 staff and therefore previous supervisory experience is desirable.




Administrator /Receptionist in Doncaster

An exciting and challenging opportunity has arisen for a dedicated, enthusiastic individual to join our administrative team to provide administrative support to the LD/ ADHD /ASD Pathway within the Doncaster Care Group.

The nature of the work in this fast-paced environment can be demanding and the ability to manage your own workload and prioritise work is essential. This is a key admin role and the ability to work in a confidential and professional manner is required at all times.




Support Services Domestic Assistant in Doncaster

We are seeking to recruit a domestic assistant for St John’s Hospice / St Johns Information and Support centre Housekeeping Department.

The successful applicant will be working within a small team to deliver a quality service over 7 days per week, 365 days per year.




Clinical Information Systems Support Analyst in Barnsley

If you are enthusiastic, organised, have a flair for delivering training, and want to have an opportunity to develop then read on, we are looking for you!

What does the job entail? Working with the wider team you will be supporting local implementation projects around the Trust and developing your knowledge of the clinical system. You will be assisting users of the clinical system by resolving issues and configuring the system accordingly. In addition to this, you will be facilitating and administering end-user training – so you need to be good with people, be professional in self-presentation and have the ability to coach and motivate learners.




Mechanical Maintenance Technician in Barnsley

We currently have a vacancy for a Mechanical Maintenance Technician to work in our Facilities Team. We are looking for a highly-skilled, highly motivated individual. As the post holder, you will need to ensure that a high-quality and professional service is delivered to wards and departments at all times. The ideal candidate would be from a commercial plumbing / mechanical fitting background. The position will be based at Kendray Hospital in Barnsley and will require working across the trust at other hospitals and community premises. You must be able to work on your own initiative as well as part of a team and support the development of junior trade staff. You must be willing to participate in our on-call rota and work overtime as required. Experience of working in healthcare environments would be an advantage. For an informal discussion about the position please contact Chris Curry on 07946 530638.




Receipt and Distribution Driver (HGV) Class C in Wakefield

The South West Yorkshire Partnership NHS Foundation Trust (SWYPFT) provides community, mental health, and learning disability services to the people of Barnsley, Calderdale, Kirklees, and Wakefield. The Trust also provides medium secure (forensic) services to the whole of Yorkshire and the Humber.

The Trusts Procurement department is able to offer an excellent opportunity for a motivated, enthusiastic, flexible, and resourceful Receipt & Distribution Driver on a full-time basis of thirty-seven and a half hours per week. The post is within the Trusts receipt and distribution team based at Junction 41 Industrial Estate in Wakefield.




Medical Technical Officer (Newborn Screening) in Sheffield

The Department of Clinical Chemistry comprises a team of 60 staff who are committed to delivering an efficient, high-quality diagnostic service. It is a busy yet friendly department. We are looking for someone with at least 2 ‘A’-Levels in science (or equivalent) to join the team as a Band 3 Medical Technical Officer.

The successful candidate will be based in the Newborn Screening section of the laboratory, which in terms of the number of samples received is one of the largest newborn screening laboratories in the country. Duties will include sample reception and the booking-in and processing of newborn screening bloodspot cards. These tasks must be performed in line with Standard Operating Procedures as it is essential that the correct result is reported on the correct sample.




Play Leader in Sheffield

An exciting opportunity has arisen to join our established Play Service team at Sheffield Children’s Hospital. Our team has 23 staff in different roles including Play Service managers, Play Specialists, and Play leaders. Our teamwork across the trust in surgical, medical, outpatients, and the emergency departments.

We are looking for a Playleader to join our Outpatients Team – the work will be mainly covering the emergency department but also main outpatients, and perhaps off the main site at Ryegate and Northern General on a rota system. The hours are to suit the needs of the service; therefore we are recruiting for 5-day cover, starting work after 9 am.




Information Analyst in Sheffield

An opportunity has arisen within the Trust’s Information Department for an Information Analyst.

The Information Team plays an essential role in the provision of high-quality information for performance and operational management, strategic planning, and patient care. Core requirements of the role will include responsibility for producing and submitting a range of datasets, returns, and reports to meet national requirements as well as responding to ad-hoc requests in a timely manner.




18 week RTT Validation Officer in Sheffield

Sheffield Children’s NHS Foundation Trust is looking for proactive and detail-focused 18 Week RTT Validation Officers to join its expanding Performance Team. This is an exciting opportunity to gain a wide range of knowledge about the NHS and SCFT; this includes becoming an expert in the national RTT rules (as well as other national performance targets), gaining an in-depth understanding of clinical specialties within the Trust, and also becoming familiar with the different admin processes that take place on a patient’s pathway to help progress them from referral to treatment.




Admin Manager in Sheffield

We are seeking to recruit an experienced band 5 admin manager to lead, govern and support admin provision to the Paediatric & NeuroDevelopment clinical psychology services. In addition, some oversight may be required over our small Chaplaincy and Bereavement Services.

Full-time hours are essential in this post.

The post will sit under the leadership of the Service Manager for Paediatrics and NeuroDevelopment, Chaplaincy, and Bereavement with accountability to the Clinical Leads within all the services.




Occupational Therapy Assistant in Sheffield

We are seeking a well-motivated and enthusiastic individual to work as an Occupational Therapy Assistant with adult inpatients that are experiencing acute mental health conditions.  The post is based at the Michael Carlisle Centre, Nether Edge, Sheffield.




Recovery Workers in Sheffield

We are looking to recruit 4 Recovery Workers to be part of our service for the next 18 months working into pathways that support individuals requiring specialist support to address their alcohol use, opiate drug use, non-opiate drug use, offending behaviours linked to substance use, and homelessness linked to substance use.




Medical Laboratory Assistant Team Leader in Sheffield

A vacancy has arisen for a Medical Laboratory Assistant Team Leader in the Department of Histology at Sheffield Teaching Hospitals NHS Foundation Trust.

The post will mainly be based at the Royal Hallamshire Hospital.

Applications are invited from individuals holding a Foundation level degree (or equivalent level 4 qualification) or the IBM's Certificate of Achievement Part II plus significant relevant laboratory experience. Applications will also be considered from individuals with extensive discipline-specific MLA experience




Accounts Receivable Manager in Sheffield

An opportunity has arisen for a highly motivated and enthusiastic Accounts Receivable Manager to join the Finance Directorate within the Accounts Receivable team. The team provides an income/credit management and control service to the Trust over its entire range of activities (including Overseas Visitors, Private Patients, Nursery, and Research) and also provides financial debt and governance advice to all Clinical and Corporate Directorates.




Clinical Support Worker in Sheffield

An opportunity has arisen for a Clinical Support Worker to join us at Sheffield Teaching Hospitals working within Renal Medicine.

The Sheffield Kidney Institute is a large and expanding service, offering a range of treatments to patients with renal disease across the Region.




Waiting List Co-ordinator in Sheffield

Are you interested in improving patient care? Do you want to make a difference? If so, come and develop your knowledge and skills and equip yourself to help drive the quality agenda in the Directorate of Urology. We are constantly working towards improving the service we provide to our patients as such we are looking to recruit a motivated, dynamic individual to fulfill the role of Urology Waiting List Coordinator.

The post holder will have the responsibility for the organisation and maintenance of consultant waiting lists. In addition, to ensuring that all current Trust and/or National waiting time guarantee dates are adhered to.




Domestic/Ward Assistant in Sheffield

Are you friendly, organized, conscientious? Able to use your initiative to plan your working day and able to work without direct supervision? We are looking for 5 domestic/ward assistants to join our Housekeeping team at SPARC at Beech Hill Norfolk Park Road.

The successful candidates will undertake duties to assist the Facilities Manager and work alongside the Multi Skilled Housekeepers. Such duties will include, cleaning of patients' rooms, emptying bins, general domestic duties, beverages, reporting faulty equipment, contributing to the cleanliness of the ward, and more. The role of the Domestic/ward assistant is key to the successful achievement of the infection control accreditation program working under the direct supervision of the Facilities Manager.




Cancer Pathway Analyst in Sheffield

This is an exciting opportunity to join the central Corporate Cancer Services team on a fixed-term or secondment basis.

We are currently seeking two individuals to provide maternity cover for 12 months, with a potential to extend to 14 months, allowing the post-holders to gain significant experience in the central management of cancer waiting times. This is an opportunity to build on existing cancer waiting times knowledge and expand your technical and analytical skills.

You will join a small corporate team that has contact with a wide range of cancer services within the trust as well as building relationships with referring organisations within the South Yorkshire and Bassetlaw Cancer Alliance.




Administration Assistant (Pharmacy Homecare)

This is an excellent opportunity to join the pharmacy homecare team based at the Northern General Hospital.

You will be based within the pharmacy department and develop close working relationships with clinics, patients, home care service providers, and others in the multi-disciplinary team. You will be responsible for prescription management which includes processing homecare prescriptions and requesting prescriptions from clinics. You will also answer calls and emails from clinics, patients, and providers. In addition, you will be expected to work closely with finance and pharmacy procurement teams ensuring timely processing of invoices and provide data for invoicing of high-cost medicines.




Support Secretary (Histopathology) in Sheffield  

Applications are invited from enthusiastic, suitably qualified individuals to provide a daily secretarial support service within the Histopathology department of the Laboratory Medicine Directorate. The post holder will provide a range of administrative and secretarial support in this busy and interesting department.

The successful candidate will have effective secretarial and computer skills, with excellent communication and interpersonal skills. Additionally, you should be able to work on your own initiative in prioritising workload and meeting deadlines, whilst also being able to work in a team.

Full in-service training will be provided. The successful candidate will be based in the Histology Admin & Clerical office at the Royal Hallamshire Hospital.




Biologics Administration Officer (Dermatology)

A new opportunity has arisen for an administrator with exceptional database management skills to join a multidisciplinary team within the Dermatology Department at the RHH. The successful candidate will work closely with specialist nurses, consultants, and other medical professionals to ensure patients prescribed biologic medications are monitored and followed up in a timely manner.



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