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We have hundreds of roles available across every healthcare discipline. But we'll never see you as a number. Why? Because just like you, we place people first. By finding you a role that’s just the right fit, we like to think we are doing our bit to make sure people have access to the right care, at the right time. It’s simple; we care because you do.
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Band 7 Physiotherapist
£30.00 - £35.47 per hour
Sanctuary Health has a locum vacancy for an experienced and dedicated Band 7 Physiotherapist to work full-time in Orpington. The ideal candidate will possess highly developed specialist knowledge of Physiotherapy and be registered with the HCPC. The pay rate for this locum Physiotherapist job is £30-£35.47 per hour (LTD Company Equivalent) and is an ongoing contract. Working Hours - Full Time 8-4 or 9-5 - Monday to Friday. Duties: To independently identify those patients who can be managed by the physiotherapy practitioner within the Emergency department. To appropriately request to view investigation results to optimize the management of patients in the Emergency department. To triage, assess, treat and discharge patients with acute and chronic complex conditions, providing expert knowledge within own scope of practice. This may include onward referrals to other specialities as appropriate. To undertake all aspects of clinical duties within the Emergency department as an autonomous practitioner. To provide autonomous Physiotherapy assessment and intervention underpinned by a high level of clinical knowledge and skill for a range of physical presentations such as falls, balance, neurology, stroke orthopaedics, respiratory, musculoskeletal conditions. Requirements of the Physiotherapist: Degree within physiotherapy HCPC registration NHS Experience working as a physiotherapist Must be a car driver and have access to a car Contact: This Physiotherapist job is advertised by Sebastian Dunbar; if you are interested in this position please click above to apply now. Due to the high volume of applications we receive, regretfully we are only able to respond to candidates who meet our clients' requirements.
Band 4 Occupational Th...
Up to £16.00 per hour
Sanctuary Health is currently looking for an experienced and dedicated Band 4 Physiotherapist/Occupational Therapist to work full-time in a Rapid Response Team in Barnet. The ideal candidate will possess highly developed specialist knowledge of Physiotherapy and be registered with the HCPC. The pay rate for this locum Physiotherapist/Occupational Therapist job is £16 per hour (LTD Company Equivalent). This role offers a contract until the end of December 2019. Duties: BH TS Rapid Response. Requirements: Degree or equivalent within Physiotherapy/ Occupational Therapy HCPC registered as a Physiotherapist/ Occupational Therapist Recent post qualifying experience working as a Physiotherapist/Occupational Therapist 2 years previous NHS experience Contact: This Physiotherapist/ Occupational Therapist job is advertised by Sebastian Dunbar; if you are interested in this position please click above to apply now. Due to the high volume of applications we receive, regretfully we are only able to respond to candidates who meet our clients' requirements.
Band 3 Healthcare Assi...
Up to £12.37 per hour
Sanctuary Health is currently looking for experienced and dedicated Band 3 Healthcare Assistant to take on block bookings based in Liverpool. Working hours: Monday to Friday 1-9pm. The pay rates for this locum Healthcare Assistant job is £12.37 per hour (LTD Company Equivalent). Requirements of the Healthcare Assistant: Must have a minimum of 2 years recent experience within the last 2/3 years of working in general practice or other healthcare environment as a HCA. Contact: This Healthcare Assistant job is advertised by Tom Bak; if you are interested in this position please click above to apply now. Due to the high volume of applications we receive, regretfully we are only able to respond to candidates who meet our clients' requirements.
Band 7 Physiotherapist...
Up to £30.00 per hour
Sanctuary Health is currently looking for an experienced and dedicated Band 7 Physiotherapist - Learning Disabilities to work full-time in Medway. The ideal candidate will possess highly developed specialist knowledge of Physiotherapy and be registered with the HCPC. The pay rate for this locum Physiotherapist job is £30.00 per hour (LTD Company Equivalent) and is an ongoing contract. Requirements: Degree or equivalent within Physiotherapy HCPC registered as a Physiotherapist Recent post qualifying experience working as a Physiotherapist Previous NHS experience Previous experience with learning disabilities Contact: This Physiotherapist job is advertised by Sebastian Dunbar; if you are interested in this position please click above to apply now. Due to the high volume of applications we receive, regretfully we are only able to respond to candidates who meet our clients' requirements.
Band 6 Acute/Kidney Di...
£25.07 - £25.50 per hour
Sanctuary Health is currently looking for an experienced and dedicated Band 6 Acute/Kidney Dietitian to fill a full-time or part-time role based in Stevenage. The ideal candidates will possess highly developed specialist knowledge of dietetics and be registered with the HCPC. The pay rate for this Dietitian job is £25 - £25.50 per hour (LTD Company Equivalent) and is an initial 2-month contract. Requirements of the Dietitian: Degree or equivalent within Nutrition and Dietetics HCPC registered as a Dietitian Relevant post qualification clinical dietetic experience that includes working within an acute hospital healthcare setting (adults). Clinical experience of nutritional support that includes the prescription and monitoring of enteral feeding regimes (adult). Knowledge of the nutrition and dietetic management of acute kidney injury and chronic kidney disease Contact: This Dietitian job is advertised by Alex Blackwell; if you are interested in this position please click above to apply now. Due to the high volume of applications we receive, regretfully we are only able to respond to candidates who meet our clients' requirements.
Band 6 Physiotherapist...
£25.00 - £26.00 per hour
Sanctuary Health is currently looking for an experienced and dedicated Band 6 Physiotherapist specialising in Stroke Rehabilitation/Neurological Rehabilitation to work either full-time or part-time based in Stevenage. The ideal candidate will possess highly developed specialist knowledge of Physiotherapy and be registered with the HCPC. The pay rate for this locum Physiotherapist job is £25 - £26 per hour (LTD Company Equivalent) and is a 3-month contract. Summary: The team is supported by senior therapists and service leads and will offer the therapist an opportunity to further their skills as well as providing invaluable support to the service in maintaining their SSNAP status. Requirements of the Physiotherapist: Degree or equivalent within Physiotherapy HCPC registered as a Physiotherapist Recent UK/NHS experience as a Physiotherapist Ideally we are looking for a therapist who can work across a seven day service, but this is not essential. Contact: This Physiotherapist job is advertised by Alex Blackwell; if you are interested in this position please click above to apply now. Due to the high volume of applications we receive, regretfully we are only able to respond to candidates who meet our clients' requirements.
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At Sanctuary Health, we pair our candidates with healthcare roles we know are a direct match to their skills, knowledge, experience and future aspirations.
At first, I was so unsure about being allocated a new consultant as I was so comfortable with my previous consultant who had known me for years since I joined Sanctuary. I had my confidence in him and was worried about change. However, Alex very quickly eased my worries as he proved able to deliver me a wonderful service too! He has a great personality; he is sincere, enthusiastic and very professional. He makes me feel at ease and confident that I have a good representation of who I am. I have no complaints to make; only compliments to give!
Alex has been helpful, organised and supportive. He has been fantastic. He's very approachable and never fails to support and assist me during process of registration. He always keeps in touch and is also a fantastic guy.
I have been working for Sanctuary for a little over two years and with the support of Andrew from the very beginning, my experience and placements have been very positive, educational and fun. Andrew has always been available to support me. He has advised me accordingly and has been extremely professional whilst making me feel part of his team. He is a personable individual and very easy to get on with and is always cheerful. I have every confidence in him.
Community Mental Health Nurse
10/10 for service and advice. Craig had an empathic nature and understood my concerns about moving roles, especially into an area of nursing that I had not previously been a specialist in.
Allergy Nurse Specialist
A guide to… working in Essex
If you’re keen to progress your NHS career, then you may be interested to learn about the wide-ranging healthcare job opportunities available in Essex. Whilst you may have preconceptions of the county thanks to TV shows such as The Only Way is Essex or Gavin & Stacey, you’ll be surprised to learn that it has much more to offer. Not only are there some beautiful areas to live in, but you can benefit from a special blend of metropolitan and rural life.In the latest of our regional guides, we share our insights into why Essex is a great choice for you to progress your career in a variety of professions such as speech and language therapy, physiotherapy or even dietetics. Why choose Essex?Being located upon the coastline as well as having close proximity to London (many areas are accessible on the tube line) makes it an ideal choice for those keen to progress their healthcare careers. With more than 1.8million residents, there is a reason why Essex is ideally suited for both families and individuals. Large towns and cities such as Chelmsford, Bishops Stortford, Southend and Romford mean that you can enjoy urban lifestyles with easy commutes. Meanwhile, market towns such as Colchester and Saffron Walden mean that you can enjoy a slower pace of life.If you’re more interested in rural living, then there are many locations along the coast which offer a beautiful mix of farmland and countryside with estuaries and beaches. What is the average rent?Rent prices will vary depending on which part of Essex you choose to live in. Locations closer to London will charge a higher premium, but it’s still considered a much more affordable option than living in the capital itself. For example; a two-bedroom apartment in Chelmsford city centre can cost £950 per month, whilst further out in Colchester you can expect to pay approx. £800 for a three-bedroom terraced house.Is it accessible for public transport?Essex has great public transport links, something which is vital if you’re working various shifts within the NHS. As well as having a comprehensive bus network, locations such as Buckhurst Hill, Epping, Chigwell and Loughton are accessible on the London tube network.It is also home to Stansted airport, one of the UK’s busiest airports which fly to more than 200 destinations throughout Europe and the Middle East. If you’ve relocated to the UK to work in an NHS nursing job, then Essex may be an ideal destination as you can easily fly home to visit family and friends. It’s also a great choice for those who wish to explore Europe via city breaks or summer holidays. What is the culture like?Essex is currently undertaking a cultural renaissance. Moving away from the stereotypical “Essex girl” image, much is being made of the wide range of cultural activities available throughout the county.For example, if you’re keen to spend time at a traditional English seaside, you may enjoy the beaches at Southend-on-Sea or Clacton. History buffs may enjoy a wander around the stately home, Audley End House or Hedingham Castle. You may also be interested to learn that Colchester claims to be the oldest recorded town in England. Thanks to the accessibility of countryside and farmland, Essex has ample opportunities to go horse riding or ramble. It’s a perfect choice for those who love to walk their dogs or get their children into the fresh air. For those who are looking for more of a livelier lifestyle, there are plenty of restaurants and bars for you to explore throughout the county. What jobs are available in Essex?We have great links with NHS Trusts and local authorities throughout Essex, which means that we can bring more job opportunities than ever before. We currently have a wide variety of occupational therapy jobs, NHS nursing jobs, speech and language therapist jobs and dietitian jobs available amongst many others. If you’d like to learn more about the wide range of healthcare jobs that we have available throughout Essex, then simply upload your CV.
Allied health degrees also given funding boost
Last month it was announced that the UK government would be providing grants of £5,000 (minimum) to help nursing students with their living costs during their study. At the time, it was clear that the grant would also be available to future allied health professionals as they start their pre-registration degree courses at UK universities. It has now been revealed that the funding will also be available to students studying radiography, physiotherapy, speech and language therapy, occupational therapy and dietetics. Shortage specialisms to receive £1,000 per academic year In addition to the £5,000 grant for living costs, the government had previously verified that additional funds of £1,000 would be available for specialisms affected by shortages. These specialisms have now been confirmed as: Mental Health Nursing Learning Disability Nursing Radiography (Diagnostic and Therapeutic) Prosthetics and Orthotics Orthoptics and Podiatry The grants are in addition to other financial support (such as student loans) and eligible students will receive a further £1,000 per academic year towards childcare costs. Those who live in certain regions will also receive a final £1,000 per academic year, although details of those locations are yet to be announced. The government believes that these maintenance grants will benefit approximately 100,000 pre-registration nursing, midwifery and allied health degree students every year. The funding will begin for those starting their courses in September 2020. It’s great to see allied health gaining recognition At Sanctuary, we believe that it is a positive step by the government to recognise the tremendous impact that allied health professionals have upon the NHS. They make up a third of the NHS workforce, so it’s imperative that we do what we can to encourage more people to consider a career in this highly valued area of care. We’ve worked closely with our allied health community for many years now, so it’s exciting to us to see it financially supported in the same way as other areas of healthcare. Our careers hub is packed full of resources to help you throughout your allied health career or to find out about our latest job vacancies, simply upload your cv.
Tell me about yourself...
If you are experienced at interviews, you’ll know that there’s nothing more ambiguous than being asked the question “Tell me more about yourself…” One of the most important things that you should do ahead of your next job interview is to prepare yourself to answer this inevitable question. Here is our advice for making the most of your response. Things to include in your answer The reason why so many people struggle t