Spire St Anthony's is recruiting for bank staff

02 August 2019

Spire St Anthony`s Hospital is currently recruiting for healthcare professionals to join our clinical bank team in various departments across the hospital. 

We are a private hospital with a difference, offering complex procedures in a high tech environment and pride ourselves in developing and supporting our staff throughout their career.

We offer competitive rates as detailed below and all bank staff are paid weekly.

We are looking for experienced bank staff, who wish to join our busy and diverse Outpatient team

  • Outpatient Healthcare Assistants  - competitive bank rates of up to £15 per hour.
  • Outpatient Nurses - competitive bank rates of up to £22 per hour.

Staff duties include taking ECGs and bloods, assisting with interventional procedures, changing dressings and helping to manage clinics.

Cardiac Cath Lab bank nurses required for shifts in our busy Cardiac Cath Lab, performing a full range of Interventional Procedures

  • Competitive bank rates from £28 per hour.

We are looking for people to join our energetic, forward thinking ward team, as a bank worker

Our ward staff manage a diverse caseload of patients from a variety of specialities, providing excellent care to our patients.

  • Ward Healthcare Assistants - competitive bank rates from £12.50 per hour.
  • Ward Nurses - competitive bank from £22 per hour.

We are looking for experienced Nurses and Operating Department Practitioner (ODP) bank staff

  • Competitive rates from £30 per hour.

We are currently recruiting for a number ITU staff, experienced ITU Nurses required for bank work

  • Competitive bank rates from £36 per hour. 

 Contact our HR team today to find out more about our bank vacancies 0208 335 4586. 

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