Reference:
Bard00003680
Job Type:
Temporary
Industry:
Healthcare / Socialcare
Location:
Lincoln
Role: Occupational Therapist Location: Lincolnshire / Remote Salary: £40,000 - £45,000 pa (Band 7) Hours: Full time 37.5 hrs per week, Monday - Friday 08:30am - 16:30pm JOB SUMMARY Based from home or from Head Office the post holder will have responsibility for the assessment of people with a disability and provide the appropriate recommendations in order to assist in the statutory obligations under current legislation this may include advice, provision of equipment, adaptations to the home and/or referral to other agencies. The Occupational Therapist will be responsible for the management of a caseload which may include the more vulnerable service users or those with complex needs. The Occupational Therapist will work on specific contracts with Local Authorities, which have been outsourced to NRS Healthcare and will be prepared to undertake reasonable travel across the country dependent upon the needs of the contract and the business. KEY RESPONSIBILITIES The post holder will: ? Make individual home visits or undertake virtual assessments to assess both adults and children's needs in accordance with current legislation and anti discriminatory practice, promoting self directed support and ensuring demonstrable outcomes ? To undertake / coordinate risk assessments (manual handling) as and when required and to be skilled in carrying out specialist assessments and interventions including risk assessments, Single Handed Care assessments, Reablement assessments, Paediatric assessment and assessments in relation to the provision of equipment and adaptations under the CSDP Act 1970 and Care Act 2014 ? Take and act upon new referrals ? Discuss with people the outcomes of their assessment, identifying the choices and options to meet their needs and to maximise their independence, ensuring at all times that value for money is achieved. ? Plan an agreed programme of therapeutic intervention with agreed goals and to ensure that the plan is carried through. ? Work in conjunction with service users, carers, other professionals and agencies, to coordinate and implement agreed service provision. ? Provide equipment to assist with daily living and to be proficient in the instruction and demonstration of equipment to aid daily living to service user and carers to enable them to achieve maximum functional independence ? Assist people to develop their daily living skills to enable them to attain maximum independence and evaluate the outcomes of any interventions and advise service user, carer and other professionals on disability issues. ? Organise any necessary property adaptations with the appropriate involvement of other agencies and to recommend, design and monitor the process for the provision of adaptations. ? Maintain an up to date knowledge of medical conditions and treatment, disability issues, legislation and departmental policies and practices and to liaise with colleagues and manager regarding modifications in practice that may be required as a result. ? Provide day to day support to OT Assistants/carers. ? Maintain detailed and accurate case records and provide written reports related to people's services and/or carers needs when appropriate. ? Attend and participate in case discussions and conferences as required. ? Keep up to date with legislative changes and best practice in the field of Occupational Therapy. ? Raise awareness of the needs of people with a disability including sensory impairment by networking with other professional colleagues and other groups as required. ? Participate in regular supervision and consultation with the Line Manager and to ensure that the Line Manager is made aware of all issues of major importance or concern (in the absence of the Line Manager this should be another relevant manager). ? To manage assigned work in accordance with NRS policies and procedures contributing to the overall performance of NRS Healthcare including leading on predetermined projects and taking cases of a more complex nature, offering support and supervision to less experienced staff as appropriate. ? Work, at all times, within the professional ethics and disciplines of appropriate professional bodies. ? Be able to work autonomously and manage their own caseloads to a high standard of expertise ? Any other duties that may be required that are commensurate with the grading of the post. Quality and Service User Safety: ? To promote and safeguard the welfare of children, young people and vulnerable adults. ? To be compliant with NICE guidance and other statutory / best practice guidelines. ? To report any incidents of harm or near miss in line with the County Council's incident reporting policy as appropriate. To ensure appropriate actions are taken to reduce the risk of reoccurrence. ? To contribute to the identification, management and reduction of risk in the area of responsibility. ? To ensure day to day practice reflects the highest standards of governance, clinical effectiveness, safety and service user experience. ? To ensure monitoring of quality and compliance with standards is demonstrable within your clinical practice. General ? To maintain up to date knowledge of legislation, national and local policies and issues in relation to moving and handling practice. ? To comply with the Professional Codes of Conduct and to be aware of changes in these. ? To maintain an up to date knowledge of all relevant legislation and local policies. ? To ensure that all duties are carried out in accordance with current quality initiatives within the work area. ? To comply with all relevant policies, procedures and guidelines, including those relating to Equal Opportunities, Health and Safety and Confidentiality of Information and to be aware of any changes in these. ? To comply at all times with Information Governance related policies. Staff are required to respect the confidentiality of information about staff, service users and business and in particular the confidentiality and security of personal identifiable information in line with the Data Protection Act. All staff are responsible for ensuring that any data created by them is timely, comprehensive, accurate, and fit for the purposes for which it is intended. In return we offer you the following ? A chance to work as part of a great team doing a rewarding job ? Competitive salary and benefits ? Career progression opportunities & training ? Pension scheme ? Enhanced holiday of 33 days per year (including bank holidays) which increases with service up to 38 days per year (including bank holidays) ? Participation in our employee recognition scheme and recommend a friend scheme ? Entitlement to Employee Assistance Programme and Bike to Work scheme ? Access to exclusive employee discounts and savings in gym & wellness discounts To be noted: This is not an exhaustive list of duties and responsibilities, and the post holder may be required to undertake other duties which fall within the grade of the job, in discussion with the professional and operational managers. This job description will be reviewed regularly in the light of changing service requirements and any such changes will be discussed with the post holder. NRS Healthcare is an equal opportunities employer and encourages applications from suitably qualified and eligible candidates regardless of sex, race, disability, age, sexual orientation, gender reassignment, religion or belief, marital status, or pregnancy and maternity. Under the Immigration, Asylum and Nationality Act 2006, prospective employees are advised that they will be required to provide documentary evidence to support their right to work in the UK. This position will be subject to an enhanced Disclosures and Barring Service Check.
Reference:
Kent428400003649
Job Type:
Permanent
Industry:
Healthcare / Socialcare
Location:
Maidstone
Role: Ceiling Track Hoist Technician Assistant Location: Maidstone Salary: £20,000 pa Hours: Full time 37.5 hrs per week, Monday - Friday 08:00am - 16:00pm NRS Healthcare is the UK's leading provider of Community Equipment Services, we deliver complete end-to-end services through all stages of equipment provision and recycling. We are looking for highly motivated individuals who can help us in our mission to improve people's quality of life and independence every day. Our services allow people to remain in their homes, this helps prevent extended hospital stays, allowing the NHS to deliver frontline care where it is needed most. Our Ceiling Track Hoist Team are a pivotal part of the success of the service we provide. What we look for in a Ceiling Track Hoist Technician Assistant: ? The ability to assist the lead technician with the delivery, installation and collection of complex ceiling track hoist equipment from service user's homes across the county ? Ability to assist with pre planned maintenance on this range of equipment ? Excellent technical and DIY skills and the ability to undertake lifting, installation and movement of sometimes heavy equipment in awkward environments. ? Excellent customer service skills, friendly and approachable ? A good communicator, resilience when needed and an empathetic nature ? Safe driving of a Sprinter sized vehicle, ? A Flexible attitude in busy periods. In return we offer you the following: ? A chance to work as part of a great team doing a rewarding job ? Competitive salary and benefits ? Career progression opportunities & training ? Pension scheme ? Enhanced holiday of 33 days per year (including bank holidays) which increases with service up to 38 days per year (including bank holidays) ? Participation in our employee recognition scheme and recommend a friend scheme ? Entitlement to Employee Assistance Programme and Bike to Work scheme ? Access to exclusive employee discounts and savings in gym & wellness discounts To be noted: This is not an exhaustive list of duties and responsibilities, and the post holder may be required to undertake other duties which fall within the grade of the job, in discussion with the professional and operational managers. This job description will be reviewed regularly in the light of changing service requirements and any such changes will be discussed with the post holder. NRS Healthcare is an equal opportunities employer and encourages applications from suitably qualified and eligible candidates regardless of sex, race, disability, age, sexual orientation, gender reassignment, religion or belief, marital status, or pregnancy and maternity. Under the Immigration, Asylum and Nationality Act 2006, prospective employees are advised that they will be required to provide documentary evidence to support their right to work in the UK. This position will be subject to an enhanced Disclosures and Barring Service Check.
Reference:
Able000000003677
Job Type:
Permanent
Industry:
Healthcare / Socialcare
Location:
Cannock
Role: Occupational Therapist Location: Cannock Salary: £50ph - £80ph Hours: Flexible Overview: Able 2 Occupational Therapy Services is one of the UK's leading providers of specialist Occupational Therapy Services. We provide high quality, responsive, OT Assessment Services within a case management model. Our Adult and Social Care Services and Concessionary Travel are expanding and constantly evolving to ensure we achieve the highest standard of assessment and clinical evaluation. Our objective is to provide clear, clinical assessments for Adult Social Care Contracts in response to the increasing demand for specialist assessment services. We provide services for and Adult and Social Care, Blue Badge, Travel Pass, Taxicard and Parking Bays Overall purpose of the post ? To provide a high-quality Occupational Therapy assessment of adults and children with physical, sensory and learning disabilities. ? To make recommendations to improve the safety and independence of those people in their own homes ? Assessments to include provision of equipment, minor and major adaptations, Moving and Handling, Housing Needs and Concessionary Travel. ? To provide documentation to support those recommendations and any specifications, plans, diagrams to enable case progression Main responsibilities and duties ? To confirm annual leave, at least a month in advance, unless urgent annual leave is necessary and agreed by a manager. ? To receive referrals from Able 2 administration team and undertake a comprehensive assessment of need within the individual service user's home or other prearranged location, preparing for visits by reading all background documentation provided. ? To complete the relevant assessment form and care plan detailing all the findings of the assessment confirming and clinically justifying the recommended services in accordance with relevant eligibility criteria. ? To record and report any concerns regarding clients, being particularly vigilant regarding Safeguarding and Mental Capacity issues. ? Depending on Contract requirements, directly order equipment and minor adaptations recommended, or provide specific details enabling them to be arranged by the administrative team via equipment suppliers. ? To provide functional specifications and drawings for major adaptations within the client's home. ? To provide a full Moving and Handling Risk assessment and Moving and Handling plan. ? To forward the completed assessment reports to Able 2 for processing within required time scales, following the assessment visit as per contract and KPI's. Unless for valid reasons, non-conformance will result in small fines as per our contract procedures. ? To undertake follow up visits, check for any other issues at property and complete the relevant paperwork. ? To work in case management and support complex cases as per contract requirements. ? To attend case conferences and panel meetings or provide thorough written clinical summary of case prior to the meeting. OT must facilitate joint working with MDT members for complex cases as required. ? To attend Ombudsman/legal proceedings as necessary. ? To be available for regular supervision, annual appraisal and discussion of complex cases when required with a Supervisor/Occupational Therapy Manager. ? Company expectation is that you attend meetings and training sessions provided/organised by Able 2/NRS. ? To be available for responding to case queries as required within procedural/contractual timescales. ? To undertake joint visits with specialist equipment representatives/surveyors when necessary, providing the most suitable provision for the client. ? To ensure that all duties carried out for Able 2 are undertaken in a timely, professional and appropriate manner. (full stop) ? To understand and comply with all relevant policies and procedures. ? To comply with Royal College of Occupational Therapists (RCOT) and Health & Care Professions Council (HCPC) Codes of Practice and professional regulations. Person Specification Education and Training ? To hold a recognised Occupational Therapy Professional Qualification ? To be registered with the Health & Care Professions Council Experience ? To have 5 years post qualification experience of working in a local authority community setting Knowledge/ Technical skills ? To have a good understanding of a range of conditions and resultant disabling effects ? To have excellent assessment skills ? To have extensive knowledge of the range of specialist equipment and adaptations that can promote independence ? To have the ability to write specifications and draw diagrams for major and minor adaptations ? The ability to build upon previous assessments and progress cases in a timely manner ? To be IT literate and able to record and communicate electronically via relevant database/systems ? To keep up-to-date with legislation pertaining to relevant contract ? To commit to the development of the company Personal Skills ? To demonstrate excellent communication skills ? To be reliable and responsive throughout the client journey ? To show strong commitment to problem solving to bring about positive outcomes for clients ? To be aware and actively responsive to issues relating to mental capacity and safeguarding Additional requirements ? Professional Indemnity Insurance Cover with a minimum value of £5 million. ? To be able to commit to a regular working pattern to enable the company to ensure consistency of therapist involvement. ? Committed to further enhance the positive reputation of the company. In return we offer you the following ? A chance to work as part of a great team doing a rewarding job ? Competitive salary and benefits ? Career progression opportunities & training ? Pension scheme ? Enhanced holiday of 33 days per year (including bank holidays) which increases with service up to 38 days per year (including bank holidays) ? Participation in our employee recognition scheme and recommend a friend scheme ? Entitlement to Employee Assistance Programme and Bike to Work scheme ? Access to exclusive employee discounts and savings in gym & wellness discounts To be noted: This is not an exhaustive list of duties and responsibilities, and the post holder may be required to undertake other duties which fall within the grade of the job, in discussion with the professional and operational managers. This job description will be reviewed regularly in the light of changing service requirements and any such changes will be discussed with the post holder. NRS Healthcare is an equal opportunities employer and encourages applications from suitably qualified and eligible candidates regardless of sex, race, disability, age, sexual orientation, gender reassignment, religion or belief, marital status, or pregnancy and maternity. Under the Immigration, Asylum and Nationality Act 2006, prospective employees are advised that they will be required to provide documentary evidence to support their right to work in the UK. This position will be subject to an enhanced Disclosures and Barring Service Check.
Reference:
West421300003640
Job Type:
Permanent
Industry:
Healthcare / Socialcare
Location:
Littlehampton
Job Title: Field Operations Manager Location: Littlehampton Salary: £35,000 pa Hours: Full time 40 hrs per week, Monday - Friday 08:30am - 17:00pm, occasional Saturdays NRS Healthcare is the UK's leading provider of Community Equipment Services, we deliver complete end-to-end services through all stages of equipment provision and recycling. We are looking for highly motivated individuals who can help us in our mission to improve people's quality of life and independence every day. Our services allow people to remain in their homes, this helps prevent extended hospital stays, allowing the NHS to deliver frontline care where it is needed most. The Field Operations Manager (FOM) is responsible for the operational management of all field activities including delivery, installation, collection and maintenance ensuring it meets the expectations of the contract. Also ensuring that all field work complies with and exceed the company's quality management system (QMS), customer expectations, contractual arrangements, service levels and overall company requirements whilst delivering target profitability. Health and Safety of the distribution and field team (30+ employees) and compliance with legislation is paramount in this role. What we look for in a Field Operations Manager: ? To co-ordinate and manage the day to day operation, identifying and where appropriate, and in consultation with the Contracts Manager, implement operational changes to positively impact the performance of the contract both in the short and long term. ? To build and maintain relations with the internal support departments/functions and develop a partnership approach with the customer to positively impact the management and development of the contract. ? To lead, motivate and develop effective management within the depot. ? Co-ordinate and manage the field operations to ensure effective use of resource to deliver the contractual requirements of the service specification. ? To maintain effective control over all distribution activity in order to achieve the requirements set out in the contractual service specification. ? To maintain high levels of communication at all levels in order to ensure effective management of the contract. Liaise with the customer to develop and maintain a strong working relationship. ? To ensure management information is robust, accurate and meets the needs of the contract. ? To ensure compliance with company management systems including ISO, Health and Safety and Environmental and HR. ? The ability to manage and develop KPI performance measures and targets ? Experience of staff planning and development ? Proven planning and organisational ability ? High level of IT literacy ? Ability to motivate staff ? Proven communication skills (both written and verbal) ? Good understanding and working knowledge of health and safety and employment law ? Company policies and procedures ? Full Clean driving licence In return we offer you the following: ? A chance to work as part of a great team doing a rewarding job ? Competitive salary and benefits ? Career progression opportunities & training ? Pension scheme ? Enhanced holiday of 33 days per year (including bank holidays) which increases with service up to 38 days per year (including bank holidays) ? Participation in our employee recognition scheme and recommend a friend scheme ? Entitlement to Employee Assistance Programme and Bike to Work scheme ? Access to exclusive employee discounts and savings in gym & wellness discounts To be noted: This is not an exhaustive list of duties and responsibilities, and the post holder may be required to undertake other duties which fall within the grade of the job, in discussion with the professional and operational managers. This job description will be reviewed regularly in the light of changing service requirements and any such changes will be discussed with the post holder. NRS Healthcare is an equal opportunities employer and encourages applications from suitably qualified and eligible candidates regardless of sex, race, disability, age, sexual orientation, gender reassignment, religion or belief, marital status, or pregnancy and maternity. Under the Immigration, Asylum and Nationality Act 2006, prospective employees are advised that they will be required to provide documentary evidence to support their right to work in the UK. This position will be subject to an enhanced Disclosures and Barring Service Check.
Reference:
Walt431700003675
Job Type:
Permanent
Industry:
Healthcare / Socialcare
Location:
Theale
Role: Specialist Wheelchairs Service Engineer Location: Theale Salary: £26,000 - £30,000 pa Hours: Full time 40 hrs per week, Monday - Friday, Flexible Job purpose Responsiblity for the scheduled & emergency maintenance, repair and rectification of all types of manual and powered wheelchairs and associated equipment to end users, chairties and businesses. To give market leading level of service and backup to all of our customers, and to develop new business through a planned approach, making use of professional networking and our current wheelchair team. Areas of accountability: ? Ensure all KPI targets including financial and customer metrics are met. ? Manage own diary and calls in order to achieve personal targets within given timescales ? Expedite the resolution of issues and faults to ensure customer satisfaction ? Promote, manage, and maximise regular preventative service plans. ? Diagnose, repair, service and maintain specialist manual wheelchairs, powered wheelchairs, and powered wheelchair add-ons. ? Deliver basic specialist wheelchair products to customers making sure the client understands how to use their product safely and correctly. ? Ensure engineering and repair work is carried out thoroughly and safely within the manufacturer's recommended guidelines. ? Asset manage company vehicle ensuring all daily and weekly checks are complete and reported to line manager. ? Maintain, clean and keep secure all demonstration stock. ? Build relationships, working with colleagues from around the business to ensure all opportunities are explored. ? As required, carry out industry training including product awareness and commercial movements within the marketplace. ? Build and maintain positive relationships with key suppliers in order to ensure their continued support. ? Keep abreast of best practices, competition and industry trends. Knowledge, skills and experience required: ? Mechanical or Electrical background, able to demonstrate proficient problem solving techniques ? Full Driving License, preferably clean & ability to undertake driving throughout territory ? Highly motivated and good technical knowledge is a must ? Excellent communication and customer service skills ? Prioritising, time management and organisational skills In return we offer you the following: A chance to work as part of a great team doing a rewarding job Competitive salary and benefits Career progression opportunities & training Pension scheme Enhanced holiday of 33 days per year (including bank holidays) which increases with service up to 38 days per year (including bank holidays) Participation in our employee recognition scheme and recommend a friend scheme Entitlement to Employee Assistance Programme and Bike to Work scheme Access to exclusive employee discounts and savings in gym & wellness discounts To be noted: This is not an exhaustive list of duties and responsibilities, and the post holder may be required to undertake other duties which fall within the grade of the job, in discussion with the professional and operational managers. This job description will be reviewed regularly in the light of changing service requirements and any such changes will be discussed with the post holder. NRS Healthcare is an equal opportunities employer and encourages applications from suitably qualified and eligible candidates regardless of sex, race, disability, age, sexual orientation, gender reassignment, religion or belief, marital status, or pregnancy and maternity. Under the Immigration, Asylum and Nationality Act 2006, prospective employees are advised that they will be required to provide documentary evidence to support their right to work in the UK. This position will be subject to an enhanced Disclosures and Barring Service Check.
Reference:
Here00003667
Job Type:
Temporary
Industry:
Healthcare / Socialcare
Location:
Hereford
Role: Service & Maintenance Technician Location: Hereford Salary: £19,000 pa Hours: Full time 37.5 hrs per week Monday - Friday 09:00am -17:00pm, additional paid overtime (on call on a rota basis paid an additional £15per day for everyday on call) Our depot at Hereford is currently looking for a new Service and Maintenance Technician to join our small friendly team. NRS Healthcare is the UK's leading provider of Community Equipment Services, we deliver complete end-to-end services through all stages of equipment provision and recycling, within the healthcare sector. We are looking for highly motivated individuals who can help us in our mission to improve people's quality of life and independence every day. Our services allow people to remain in their homes, this helps prevent extended hospital stays, allowing the NHS to deliver frontline care where it is needed most. Our Service & Maintenance Technicians are a pivotal part of the success of the service we provide. Duties of a Service & Maintenance Technician ? To deliver, collect and service healthcare equipment. Demonstrating the functions to service users within their home environment. ? To apply good standards of engineering practice at all times, when carrying out all aspects of service work and installation projects. ? Scanner literate to a basic level or willingness to undertake training ? Pro Active and Computer literate or willing to undertake training ? There will be a requirement to work on a rota basis to support out of hours' activity, for which you will receive a one-off bonus payment plus overtime for all hours worked. ? Deliver excellent customer service What we look for in a Service & Maintenance Technician ? To hold a current valid driving licence ? Basic DIY skills and use of power tools. ? To be physically fit as the role will involve lifting and carrying of healthcare equipment ? Excellent customer service skills, friendly and approachable as you will be dealing with members of the public ? A good communicator, resilience when needed and an empathetic nature In return we offer you the following; ? A chance to work as part of a great small team doing a rewarding job ? Competitive salary and access to employee benefits package such as pension, life assurance, childcare vouchers, discounts and offers ? Enhanced holiday of 33 days per year (inc banks) which increases with service up to 38 days per year (inc banks) ? Company sick pay scheme which increases with service ? On call meal allowance if called out ? Participation in our employee recognition scheme and recommend a Friend scheme ? Full on the job training To be noted: This is not an exhaustive list of duties and responsibilities, and the post holder may be required to undertake other duties which fall within the grade of the job, in discussion with the professional and operational managers. This job description will be reviewed regularly in the light of changing service requirements and any such changes will be discussed with the post holder. NRS Healthcare is an equal opportunities employer and encourages applications from suitably qualified and eligible candidates regardless of sex, race, disability, age, sexual orientation, gender reassignment, religion or belief, marital status, or pregnancy and maternity. Under the Immigration, Asylum and Nationality Act 2006, prospective employees are advised that they will be required to provide documentary evidence to support their right to work in the UK. This position will be subject to an enhanced Disclosures and Barring Service Check.
Reference:
Camb425400003670
Job Type:
Permanent
Industry:
Healthcare / Socialcare
Location:
Huntingdon
Role: Driver Technician Location: Huntingdon Salary: £21,800 - £22,800 pa Hours: Full Time 40 hrs per week, Monday - Friday 08:00am - 16:30pm Job purpose: Deliver, collect, installs, adjust, assess and demonstrate equipment and goods in, to and from the homes of vulnerable people to assist in helping to live independently. Often the role is undertaken in a challenging and emotional environment, dealing with clients/families that may be recently bereaved, be end of life, have learning difficulties or needing equipment to help rehabilitate. Duties of a Driver Technician: ? To collect, deliver and install a varied assortment of healthcare equipment to our service users. ? To demonstrate when required the use and function of the equipment (as per induction training). ? To follow a prescheduled route ensuring the smooth and timely delivery of our equipment. ? Report or handle any queries, questions or issues during visits. ? To log all activity on company provided scanners. ? There will be a requirement to work on a rota basis to support out of hours' activity, for which you will receive a one-off bonus payment plus overtime for all hours worked. In return we offer you the following: ? Full training and NRS branded uniform ? Competitive salary and benefits, paid overtime and on call time ? Excellent enhanced holiday of 33 days per year (inc banks) which increases with service up to 38 days per year (inc banks) ? Pension scheme ? Entitlement to Employee Assistance Programme and Bike to Work scheme ? Access to exclusive employee discounts and savings ? Role progression opportunities ? A chance to work as part of a great team doing a rewarding job Come and join our team of drivers delivering healthcare equipment to peoples homes to improve their lives. This is a delivery job that makes a difference. Youre required to deliver, and install, items of healthcare equipment into people homes. Full training provided with state of the art technology systems to support you. We are looking for drivers who care about people and want to make a difference in their local community. This is a job where the focus is on the quality of care provided at each delivery. What you do, enables people to be cared for at home with some independence. It matters. We are looking for highly motivated individuals who can help us in our mission to improve people's quality of life and independence every day. Our Driver Technicians are a pivotal part of the success of the service we provide. This is a fast-paced, challenging role which can make a real difference to people's lives. What we look for in a Driver Technician: ? To hold a current, valid driving licence. Experience in driving a company vehicle preferred. For insurance purposes you must have held a UK driving licence for at least 3 years. ? Basic DIY skills and be physically fit as the role will involve lifting and carrying equipment. ? Understanding of Health and Safety practices. ? Excellent customer service skills, friendly and approachable as you will be dealing with members of the public, many of whom are elderly or vulnerable. ? Good communication skill, resilience, flexibility and an empathetic nature. NRS Healthcare is the UK's leading provider of Community Equipment Services, we deliver complete end-to-end services through all stages of equipment provision and recycling, within the healthcare sector. Our services allow people to remain in their homes, this helps prevent extended hospital stays, allowing the NHS to deliver frontline care where it is needed most. To be noted: This is not an exhaustive list of duties and responsibilities, and the post holder may be required to undertake other duties which fall within the grade of the job, in discussion with the professional and operational managers. This job description will be reviewed regularly in the light of changing service requirements and any such changes will be discussed with the post holder. NRS Healthcare is an equal opportunities employer and encourages applications from suitably qualified and eligible candidates regardless of sex, race, disability, age, sexual orientation, gender reassignment, religion or belief, marital status, or pregnancy and maternity. Under the Immigration, Asylum and Nationality Act 2006, prospective employees are advised that they will be required to provide documentary evidence to support their right to work in the UK. This position will be subject to an enhanced Disclosures and Barring Service Check.
Reference:
Bard00003657
Job Type:
Temporary
Industry:
Healthcare / Socialcare
Location:
Bardon / Hybrid
Role: Mobilisation Manager Location: Bardon / Hybrid Salary: £40,000 - £80,000 pa Hours: Full time 37.5 hrs per week, Monday - Friday NRS Healthcare has an exciting opportunity for a Mobilisation Manager to join our Implementation team, to ensure smooth implementation of services to clients & customers. As a Mobilisation Manager, your day to day duties will involve: ? Ensuring the successful mobilisation of all services with a high degree of service implementation and financial detail ? Supporting and managing the operational, resource and organisational capacity planning ? Running multiple mobilisation meetings at all levels and ensure timely distribution of actions ? Engaging and coordinating the support services (HR, Procurement, QSE and others) promoting a collaborative working environment ? Generating reports in support of the Operation Teams for implementation or Contract Review throughout the process and post completion of the mobilisation ? Effectively applying NRS methodologies and implementing company policies and procedures Profile: The ideal candidate will have the following skills, experience and qualifications: ? Must have a sound understanding of Project Management principles and methodologies ? Ability to effectively deal with multiple stakeholders, teams and customers ? Strong organisational skills with the ability to re-evaluate priorities and manage simultaneous projects ? Excellent interpersonal skills with the ability to communicate and influence at all levels ? Flexibility in terms of travel and work location Experience: ? Ideal, but not essential within integrated community equipment services, Healthcare sectors or NHS/ Social Care. In return we offer you the following: ? A chance to work as part of a great team doing a rewarding job ? Competitive salary and benefits ? Career progression opportunities & training ? Pension scheme ? Enhanced holiday of 33 days per year (including bank holidays) which increases with service up to 38 days per year (including bank holidays) ? Participation in our employee recognition scheme and recommend a friend scheme ? Entitlement to Employee Assistance Programme and Bike to Work scheme ? Access to exclusive employee discounts and savings in gym & wellness discounts To be noted: This is not an exhaustive list of duties and responsibilities, and the post holder may be required to undertake other duties which fall within the grade of the job, in discussion with the professional and operational managers. This job description will be reviewed regularly in the light of changing service requirements and any such changes will be discussed with the post holder. NRS Healthcare is an equal opportunities employer and encourages applications from suitably qualified and eligible candidates regardless of sex, race, disability, age, sexual orientation, gender reassignment, religion or belief, marital status, or pregnancy and maternity. Under the Immigration, Asylum and Nationality Act 2006, prospective employees are advised that they will be required to provide documentary evidence to support their right to work in the UK. This position will be subject to a basic Disclosures and Barring Service Check.
Reference:
Camb425400003663
Job Type:
Permanent
Industry:
Healthcare / Socialcare
Location:
Huntingdon
Role: Customer Service Advisor Location: Huntingdon Salary: £19,080 pa Hours: Full time 37.5 hrs per week, Monday - Friday (Saturday on rota) NRS Healthcare is the UK's leading provider of Community Equipment Services, we deliver complete end-to-end services through all stages of equipment provision and recycling. We are looking for highly motivated individuals who can help us in our mission to improve people's quality of life and independence every day. Our services allow people to remain in their homes, this helps prevent extended hospital stays, allowing the NHS to deliver frontline care where it is needed most. Our Customer Service Advisors are a pivotal part of the success of the service we provide. What we look for in a customer service advisor: ? IT literacy and administration skills, the ability to undertake sales order processing and update systems ? Excellent customer service skills, friendly and approachable telephone manner ? Ability to work well under pressure, resilience when needed and an empathetic nature ? A team worker with a flexible approach and good communication skills ? Attention to detail In return we offer you the following: ? A chance to work as part of a great team doing a rewarding job ? Competitive salary and benefits ? Career progression opportunities & training ? Pension scheme ? Enhanced holiday of 33 days per year (including bank holidays) which increases with service up to 38 days per year (including bank holidays) ? Participation in our employee recognition scheme and recommend a friend scheme ? Entitlement to Employee Assistance Programme and Bike to Work scheme ? Access to exclusive employee discounts and savings in gym & wellness discounts To be noted: This is not an exhaustive list of duties and responsibilities, and the post holder may be required to undertake other duties which fall within the grade of the job, in discussion with the professional and operational managers. This job description will be reviewed regularly in the light of changing service requirements and any such changes will be discussed with the post holder. NRS Healthcare is an equal opportunities employer and encourages applications from suitably qualified and eligible candidates regardless of sex, race, disability, age, sexual orientation, gender reassignment, religion or belief, marital status, or pregnancy and maternity. Under the Immigration, Asylum and Nationality Act 2006, prospective employees are advised that they will be required to provide documentary evidence to support their right to work in the UK. This position will be subject to a basic Disclosures and Barring Service Check.
Reference:
Buck426100003662
Job Type:
Permanent
Industry:
Healthcare / Socialcare
Location:
Aylesbury
Role: Warehouse Operative Location: Aylesbury Salary: £21,966 pa Hours: Full time 40 hrs per week, Monday - Friday NRS Healthcare is the UK's leading provider of Community Equipment Services, we deliver complete end-to-end services through all stages of equipment provision and recycling, within the healthcare sector. Our services allow people to remain in their homes, this helps prevent extended hospital stays, allowing the NHS to deliver frontline care where it is needed most. We are looking for highly motivated individuals who can help us in our mission to improve people's quality of life and independence every day. Our Warehouse Operatives are a pivotal part of the success of the service we provide. Our warehouse operative role is responsible for the day-to-day activities associated with the efficient running of the warehouse and refurbishment facility regarding the receipt, management and dispatch of stock. Main Duties of a Warehouse Operative ? Cleaning, decontamination, and preparation of returned equipment ? Managing goods-in, refurbishment, quality assurance and putting away of returned stock. Raising Delivery Query Reports for any defects and quantity differences ? Picking and assembling of equipment, prior to distribution in the community. Quality checking of Special Orders against Prescription ? Supporting Monthly stock counting activity. Ensuring that all parts used are accounted and recorded for with a monthly count for Finance Reconciliation. ? Performing relief driving on occasion, we aspire for all our staff to progress within the business, such opportunities could be field based delivering equipment in the longer term ? Adhering to health & safety standards and practices at all times ? Supporting the role of in-house occupational therapist with cataloguing Returned Specials ? Supporting Prescriber visits in store with equipment advice and demonstration ? Supporting any other duties perceived as appropriate by your manager ? *Forklift truck driving - for some roles ? *Relief driving - for some roles What we look for in a Warehouse Operative ? To be physically fit as lifting and carrying is required ? The ability to follow verbal and written instruction ? Basic level of IT literacy ? Ability to work well under pressure, resilience when needed and an element of flexibility ? A team worker with a flexible approach, can-do attitude, and good communication skills ? Attention to detail ? Current, full driving licence. Please note this is not mandatory but may restrict opportunities as mentioned in the above duties Development opportunities - progression to a Senior Team Warehouse Operative ? Supervisory cover for Operations Manager ? Provide Training for Warehouse Operations to improve performance & competency ? Manage and action exception reports such as CRAV, Ghosting, Scrap ? Manage HV Scrap process in line with contractual requirements ? Support in house OT with cataloguing Returned Specials ? Ensure all parts used are accounted and charged for with a monthly count for Finance Reconciliation ? Support Prescriber visits in store with equipment advice and demonstration In return we offer you the following A chance to work as part of a great team doing a rewarding job Competitive salary and benefits Career progression opportunities & training Pension scheme Enhanced holiday of 33 days per year (including bank holidays) which increases with service up to 38 days per year (including bank holidays) Participation in our employee recognition scheme and recommend a friend scheme Entitlement to Employee Assistance Programme and Bike to Work scheme Access to exclusive employee discounts and savings in gym & wellness discounts To be noted: This is not an exhaustive list of duties and responsibilities, and the post holder may be required to undertake other duties which fall within the grade of the job, in discussion with the professional and operational managers. This job description will be reviewed regularly in the light of changing service requirements and any such changes will be discussed with the post holder. NRS Healthcare is an equal opportunities employer and encourages applications from suitably qualified and eligible candidates regardless of sex, race, disability, age, sexual orientation, gender reassignment, religion or belief, marital status, or pregnancy and maternity. Under the Immigration, Asylum and Nationality Act 2006, prospective employees are advised that they will be required to provide documentary evidence to support their right to work in the UK. This position will be subject to a basic Disclosures and Barring Service Check.