A Specialist Craftsperson shift worker partaking in a 24-hour, seven-day per week, alternating shift schedule is now being sought by the Royal Victoria Infirmary. Applicants must have a commitment to growth and improvement and must always act professionally. If they are successful, they will be required to operate as a multidisciplinary team member, carrying out a variety of tasks involving all facets of electrical installation and maintenance.
Applicants should possess:
● An eagerness to improve and a positive attitude with a focus on the customer
● A Level 3 Certificate in Electrical or Mechanical Engineering, or a relevant and recognized craft apprenticeship.
● Date of Interview: April 4, 2023
● Each week, 37 hours and 30 minutes.
● You will be taken to Trac to submit an application for the position. Before applying for the position, please read the entire section on the job details.
Please be aware that all successful applicants who need a DBS for the position they have been given must pay for their DBS certificate in order to be considered by The Newcastle upon Tyne Hospitals NHS Foundation Trust.
Your first month’s pay will be deducted from your salary as the method of payment.
All employees and volunteers hired to work for the Trust are urged by Newcastle Hospitals to receive a COVID-19 vaccination in its entirety.
Main responsibilities of the job
● A competitive income of up to £31,534 with benefits for working shifts.
● participation in one of the nation’s most generous pension plans, with employer payments of 9.3%.
● clear paths for job advancement.
● Frequent professional development opportunities with access to training (i.e. 18th Edn, Competent Person HVAC etc.)
● A predictable, steady work schedule.
Applicants must have a commitment to growth and improvement and must always act professionally. If they are successful, they will be required to operate as a multidisciplinary team member, carrying out a variety of tasks involving all facets of electrical installation and maintenance.
With over 18,000 employees and a £1 billion annual revenue, Newcastle Hospitals NHS Foundation Trust is one of the busiest, largest, and most effective teaching NHS foundation trusts in the nation.
We have a long history of offering high quality care, clinical excellence, and innovation in medical research in the region, country, and world. In 2019, the CQC rated us as “Outstanding” for the second time in a row.
We’re also pleased to rank second in the nation among providers of specialized services. This means that we provide help for persons with a variety of uncommon and complex medical, surgical, neurological, cancerous, and genetic disorders.
Each year, our workforce manages 1.84 million patient “contacts” while providing high-quality medical care.
We are dedicated to advancing diversity and equality and understand the advantages of creating an inclusive atmosphere. We value and respect the diversity of our staff and endeavor to hire people who are qualified to provide the highest level of patient care while also reflecting the communities we serve. No matter a person’s race, handicap, gender, sexual orientation, religion or belief, age, gender identity, marriage or civil partnership, pregnancy or motherhood, or, in particular, whether they are from an underrepresented group, we welcome all applications.
Documentation of Sponsorship
Job applicants who need existing skilled worker sponsorship to work in the UK are welcome to apply, and their applications will be taken into consideration together with those from everyone else. Visit the UK Visas and Immigration website for more details (Opens in a new tab).
For entrance clearance into the UK, skilled worker applicants must now submit criminal record certificates from each nation in which they have lived continuously or cumulatively for 12 months or more during the previous ten years as of April 6, 2017. Adult dependents who are over the age of 18 must also meet this condition. You can get advice here.
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