Ambulance Care Assistant

  • Job Reference: 00068691-1
  • Date Posted: 8 May 2022
  • Recruiter: CV-Library
  • Location: Dartford, Kent
  • Salary: £9.50 to £10.50 Per Hour
  • Sector: Healthcare & Medical, Science & Technology
  • Job Type: Permanent

Job Description

We are looking to recruit trainee & experienced Ambulance Care Assistants on a Temp to Perm basis, working out of Dartford, Kent.
Full training is provided so no experience required, you would gain a fully funded First Aid at Work qualification. We are looking for caring individuals who are looking for a rewarding career within the local community.
Job Description
As an Ambulance Care Assistant your role will be to transport elderly, disabled, sick or vulnerable people to and from hospital appointments and outpatient clinics.
As well as driving the non-emergency ambulance, you'll work alongside a crewmate to lift & help patients from their homes into and out of the vehicle, and into the hospital/clinic so a good level of physical fitness is required.
Some of your patients will lead isolated lives or be nervous about their visit. This is why we are looking for caring and friendly individuals who are able to reassure and chat with the patient to make their journey as comfortable as possible.
You will be working within a market leading provider of patient transport services for the NHS, with support from a highly experienced training team.
Pay Rates, Rota Patterns & Shift Times:
Either Monday to Friday with 1 in 3 Saturdays or 4 on 4 off rota.
A variety of shift times are available, however an element of flexibility over timings is essential.
Exact rota & shift patterns would be discussed during interview.
Pay Rate is £9.50ph
Requirements for the role:
Essential -
- Full Manual Driving License
- Double Vaccinated against Covid-19
- Ability to undertake lifting duties
Preferred experience -
- Experience within the care industry
- Experience Driving larger vehicles (Minibus/LWB Van Etc.)
To find out more, please apply with a copy of your CV or give the team a call