NHS Jobs Wolverhampton Part Time

NHS Jobs Wolverhampton Part Time

Job Description

NHS Jobs Wolverhampton Part-Time, A healthcare assistant, also known as a nursing assistant and auxiliary nurse, assists healthcare professionals to provide care to patients in hospitals, nursing homes, or in the home of the patient. The healthcare assistant works under the supervision of qualified healthcare professionals and provides first-hand care, comfort, and safety to patients.

We are looking for a healthcare assistant who will assist healthcare professionals, under the supervision of qualified nursing staff, to carry out a spectrum of duties. Their tasks include assisting patients with personal care and conducting clinical duties, in addition to carrying out, monitoring, and recording the results of medical tests, which the healthcare professional will analyze.

To be successful as a healthcare assistant, you should possess a caring and nurturing personality. You should also be able to handle physically demanding tasks, such as supporting the weight of patients to aid mobility, turning patients over, and lifting heavy medical equipment.

Job Details

Hiring Organization The Royal Wolverhampton NHS Trust
Post Name Healthcare Assistant
Qualification Any Graduate
Industry Government
Employment Type Part Time
Work Hours 4 Hours
Salary GBP 11 To GBP 18 Per Hour
Location WolverhamptonEngland, United Kingdom WV10 0QP

About Organization

To improve the quality of services that the NHS delivers, it is important to understand what people think about their care and treatment. One way of doing this is by asking people who have recently used health services to tell us about their experiences.

The Royal Wolverhampton NHS Trust is an organization that strives to provide high-quality, safe care for our patients in an environment in which our staff is proud to work. We believe that by adhering to our vision and working with our values in mind we can behave in a way that will ensure the right results for the people that matter most – our patients.

Our vision is to be an NHS organization that continually strives to improve the outcomes and experiences for the communities we serve. We pledge that we will always strive to be safe and effective, kind and caring, and exceed expectation


  • Recording the pulse rate of patients.
  • Measuring patients’ weight.
  • Preparing patients for therapy.
  • Making up beds, giving out bedpans, and collecting bedpans.
  • Ensuring that supplies and medical equipment are replenished.
  • Improving the mobility of patients.
  • Setting up equipment required by healthcare professionals.
  • Taking the temperature, blood pressure, and blood glucose levels of patients, and recording the results.

Skills & Requirements

  • NVQ qualification in health and social care.
  • Pass a medical check.
  • Clear background check.
  • Previous experience in a caring role is preferred.
  • Previous medical experience is useful but not essential.
  • The desire to work with all people, irrespective of background, race, or creed.
  • Good communication skills.
  • Good listening skills.
  • Physically able to lift patients.
  • A tactful and approachable personality.


  • Job stability.
  • Great pay and benefits.
  • Fast-paced workday.
  • Opportunities for growth.
  • The chance to help people.

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