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Healthcare Support Worker – Private Research – Croydon/Stratford (London)

Reference: 7880
Date posted: 08.07.2022
Job details
London
Temporary/ locum
£18.00 - £18.00 (Hourly)
Band 2
Sub-sector
General nursing
Professions
Phlebotomist
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Description

Pulse Nursing Agency are proud to be working with one of our Research clients on an exciting new project based in London. Our client will be running a pilot project aimed at carrying out blood tests in the community, starting in September with an expected completion date of March 2023.

We are looking for Healthcare Support Workers with Phlebotomy experience to work as part of a project team of 20 healthcare professionals who will work together for the entire project length of 7 months. There will be two fixed sites; Croydon and Stratford.  

Successful Healthcare Support Workers will be invited to spend a day on site before the site opens to gain greater familiarity of the location, undertake training on the provided Standard Operating Procedures (SOPs) and to complete set up in readiness for day one.

The role offers competitive pay rates of £18.00 per hour. With shifts available Monday-Friday (8:00am-19:30pm).                                          

Working as a Healthcare Support Worker/Phlebotomist on this project you will:

  • Be responsible for re-confirming participant details and obtaining their consent before commencement of appointments
  • Complete POCT cholesterol checks; height, weight and waist measurements; heart rate and blood pressure checks and record data findings on the system
  • Draw two blood samples, labelling and storing correctly
  • Check the welfare of the participants throughout their appointments, escalating as required
  • Offering signposting, advice and guidance to participants as relevant
  • Prepare boxes containing samples to be collected by the courier

To be successful in this role you should have:

  • A minimum of one year’s active experience drawing blood.
  • Excellent patient care skills
  • Immediate holder of the Right to Work in the UK

You will benefit from:

  • Ongoing full time/part time shifts available until the end of March 2023 (with possible extension)
  • Weekends free
  • Accrued holiday pay
  • Two week holiday over the Christmas period
  • Weekly pay
  • Dedicated Pulse consultant to support you during your time on this project
  • Access to our self-booking app (ipoint)

 

If you are interested in this opportunity please apply today (with CV), Alternatively if you would like further information or to discuss any of the above please contact Lauren Muswell on 0333 577 3410 (Options 1,5) 


Pulse is an employment agency/employment business (as defined by the Conduct of Employment Agencies and Employment Businesses Regulations 2003) and is acting on behalf of its client in relation to this vacancy.

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