Placing people first
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 6 Health Visitor
St. Helens, Merseyside
Up to £25.00 per hour
Sanctuary Health is currently looking for an experienced and dedicated Band 6 Health Visitor to fill a full-time role in St Helens. The ideal candidate will possess highly developed specialist knowledge of nursing and be registered with the NMC. The pay rate for this locum Health Visitor job is £25 per hour (LTD Company Equivalent) and is an initial 4-month contract. Requirements of the Health Visitor: Degree or equivalent in nursing Current NMC registration Significant NHS experience as a Health Visitor Contact: This Health Visitor job is advertised by Zehnn Young; 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.
Ward Psychologist - Lo...
Up to £34.02 per hour
Sanctuary Health is currently looking for a dedicated Ward Psychologist to work full-time or part time in Chelmsford in a Low Secure Unit. The pay rate for this locum Psychologist job is £34.02 per hour (LTD Company Equivalent) and is a 3-month contract. Duties: Working on a 20-bed male low secure unit. Providing psychological assessments and individual and group interventions to patients presenting a range of complex mental health and forensic needs. Will required to supervise 2 assistant psychologists who will then assist the candidate with the psychology provisions for the ward. This post will be supported by Clinical Consultant Psychologist. Requirements of the Psychologist: To be eligible for this role you must be an HCPC registered psychologist, have a relevant qualification and recent experience is essential. Contact: This Psychologist job is advertised by Ben Stone; 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 Community Psych...
Up to £26.64 per hour
Are you interested in a new Registered Mental Health Nurse role? Sanctuary Health is currently looking for a Band 6 Community Psychiatric Nurse to work in Liskeard. The pay rate for this full-time role is £26.64 per hour (LTD Company Equivalent) and is an initial 3-month contract. Requirements of the Community Psychiatric Nurse: Valid NMC registration under Mental Health. Experience working within a similar role would be highly desirable. A degree or equivalent within Mental Health Nursing (RMN trained). Contact: This Community Psychiatric Nurse job is advertised by Ben Stone; 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 Community Psych...
Up to £30.00 per hour
Sanctuary Health is currently looking for a Band 6 Community Psychiatric Nurse to work full-time within an Older People Team based in Bath. The ideal candidates will possess highly developed specialist knowledge of Mental Health Nursing and be registered with the NMC. The pay rate for this Community Psychiatric Nurse role is £30 per hour (LTD Company Equivalent) and is a 2-month contract. Job Duties: Following initial assessment by Primary Care Liaison to provide further high quality comprehensive mental health needs assessment, including risk assessment, for service users. To be responsible for a specific caseload of service users using the integrated CPA process and acting as care co-ordinator. To establish with the service user and carer (where appropriate) an agreed care plan, which includes evidence based interventions to address assessed needs, how outcomes will be measured and agreed timescale for input. To arrange such services as are appropriate to the care plan using the care management process. To regularly evaluate the care plan with the service user and alter as required. To use the principles and processes with the agreed ICPA policy and to act as care co-ordinator when appropriate. To undertake specialist assessments, e.g. Cognitive testing. Requirements of the Community Psychiatric Nurse: Valid NMC registration under Mental Health. Experience working within a similar role would be highly desirable. A degree or equivalent within Mental Health Nursing (RMN trained) Contact: This Community Psychiatric Nurse job is advertised by Ben Stone; 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 5 Registered Ment...
Up to £19.71 per hour
Sanctuary Health are currently looking for an experienced and dedicated Band 5 Registered Mental Health Nurse to fill a full-time CAMHS role based in Bodmin. The ideal candidates will possess highly developed specialist knowledge of Mental Health Nursing and be registered with the NMC. The pay rate for this Registered Mental Health Nurse job is £19.71 per hour (LTD Company Equivalent) and is an initial 3 -month contract. Requirements of the Registered Mental Health Nurse: Degree or equivalent within Mental Health Nursing (RMN trained) NMC registration and a valid live pin Contact: This Registered Mental Health Nurse job is advertised by Ben Stone; 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 ANP Health Advi...
Up to £44000.00 per annum
Sanctuary Health is looking for an enthusiastic and dedicated Band 7 Advanced Nurse Practitioner Health Advisor to work within Sexual Health in Chester. The ideal candidate will possess highly developed specialist knowledge of general nursing and be registered with the NMC. The salary for this ANP Health Advisor role is £44,000 per annum. About the role: Currently there is no health advising team with the sexual health integrated services. Therefore, in this role you will be able to set up a comprehensive health advising process and ensure quality and safe patient care is delivered. This process will provide onsite and back office health advising to patients, but also to work with GP's and pharmacies in the Cheshire West and Chester geographical area. The individual will therefore require a range of professional abilities. In addition to this the role will so require to individual to perform nurse led clinics within the Integrated Sexual Health Service. Requirements of the ANP Health Advisor: Valid NMC registration A degree or equivalent within general nursing Degree level or equivalent in contraception and reproductive health Sexual Health qualification Mentorship qualification Training and certification in implants Advanced training and certification of inserting intrauterine devises Health advisor experience Counselling qualification Non-medical prescriber Contact: This ANP Health Advisor job is advertised by Marlon Sorhaindo; 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 Glasgow
One of the main benefits of working for the NHS is the wealth of opportunities that are available throughout the UK. As one of the largest recruiters of healthcare professionals, we’re launching a regional guide which will demonstrate the variety of opportunities available to imaging professionals, nurses, mental health workers, occupational therapists and physiotherapists across the country. To kickstart this, we’re heading north of the border to see what makes Glasgow such an exciting place to live and work. Is Glasgow a good place to live? As Scotland’s second city, Glasgow is one of the top destinations for those looking to benefit from the hustle and bustle of city life. Home to over 600,000 residents, it was recently named the best city for millennials to live and work in, making it a fabulous option for those wishing to progress their healthcare careers. Glasgow is seen as an economic ‘hub’ in the UK and is known to be a lively and diverse place for work. The city is known for its friendliness and although it has a large student population, other residents can enjoy a mix of history, culture, sport and greenery. What is the average rent? Rent in Glasgow is affordable. A search on the popular estate agent website Rightmove shows that a three-bedroom family home outside the city centre can be as little as £650 per month, whilst a one-bedroom city centre apartment can be as cheap as £525 per month. In comparison, those considering moving to London could expect to pay up to £2,000 per month for a one-bedroom city centre apartment! Is it accessible for public transport? If you’re working shift work within the NHS, then it’s imperative that you live in an area which has accessible public transport facilities. Like most large cities, Glasgow has access to fantastic transport links. With large train stations and an airport, it’s easily situated for residents to take trips – particularly ideal if you are an international health professional who has moved to the UK to further your career. There is an extensive bus service available, as well as an underground train system which means that you can travel across the city quickly and cheaply. Many residents prefer to commute on foot – the city is based upon a grid system, making it easy to find your way around. What’s more, Glasgow City Council has developed a unique app which allows walkers to find their way as well as learning about the city’s rich history. What is the culture like? Glasgow is one of the friendliest places in the UK. Glaswegians are well known for their chatty and friendly nature – there is plenty to see and do, whatever your interests. With a strong student community, you can expect to find a large variety of nightlife and those who enjoy a tipple of whiskey may like to visit one of the 120 distilleries which can be found nearby. Situated on the River Clyde, there is a great balance between city life and rural seclusion. The city has more green space per square mile than any other UK city, which means that you can enjoy some of the many parks. For those with an interest in history and culture, Glasgow is full of museums and art galleries. Those with a love of architecture may marvel at the gothic buildings throughout the city. What jobs are available in Glasgow? There is a wealth of opportunities for healthcare professionals looking to progress their careers. We work closely with many employers throughout the area and we are currently recruiting for experienced imaging professionals. If you would like to find out more about our radiography or sonography jobs, or any other NHS jobs that we have available in Glasgow, simply upload your CV and we’ll get in touch.
Healthcare jobs that didn't exist 20 years ago
2020 has always been seen as the dawn of a new age; back in the 1980s, it was seen as the pinnacle of technical innovation. Whilst we may not yet be living in a decade with flying cars and people living on Mars, we are certainly living in a technically advantageous era packed full of change. To mark the incoming of a new decade, we take a look at how the healthcare profession has changed over the past 10-20 years.As you can see, thanks to science and technology, we’re already living in the future, and it’s really exciting to see how healthcare jobs will continue to evolve. Biomedical Scientist specialising in genomesAlthough DNA was discovered in 1871 and the genomes field (as we know it today) became mainstream in the 1970s, it’s only really been in the last 20 years that we’ve really started to understand the importance of genomes. This is largely due to the Human Genome Project who have been continuing research into this fascinating field and publishing reports about the structure and function of human genes.As biomedical science and technological changes continue to evolve, we’re sure we’ll see an increase in the number of biomedical science jobs available as it plays an important role in allowing us to cure diseases and establish new treatment methods. Virtual DoctorWhilst pressures are increasingly mounting on the NHS, changing capabilities mean that it’s now possible to diagnose and even treat illnesses through virtual technology. Whether it’s through enhanced chatbots, video conferencing or AI technologies, virtual doctors could have a real impact on older people and prevent risks of strokes, heart attacks and falls. A recent survey in the United States of America found that thanks to virtual check-ups, “patients spent a third less time in hospital on average and that deaths from septic shock fell by 60pc”.For our international workforce, virtual medical care is having a huge impact on countries such as Zambia. The Virtual Doctors are a charity that use smartphone technology to connect Zambian health workers with UK-based volunteer doctors to diagnose conditions and treat patients.Head of Electronic Health RecordsAlthough this is more of an administrative healthcare position than a medical profession, the digitisation of medical records has been a huge advantage for NHS staff across the country. The government has long pushed for the NHS to be paperless by 2020. In recent years, infrastructure has been put in place to support cyber security and data protection as well as transforming digital primary care, social care and developing new NHS websites and apps. The NHS Long Term Plan (which was announced in January 2019) explains the importance of digital transformation and as a result, has created a variety of job opportunities for those involved in the transition. Ensuring that a patient’s files are accurately recorded online is a big responsibility; those responsible for electronic health records need to be able to work with both clinical and non-clinical staff to enhance patient care and secure positive patient outcomes. We expect the impact of the NHS Long Term Plan to see an increase in the number of digital job roles available within the NHS. App DeveloperWhilst app developers are not healthcare professionals, they are a big part in the changing ways that we engage with healthcare professionals. It’s strange to think back to a t