Job Reference: MD15
Mental Healthcare Assistant
- York, North Yorkshire
- £11 - £18 per hour
- Temporary / Full Time
Seven Nursing is looking for passionate Mental Health Care Assistants to work in York, a vibrant festival city with Roman roots and a Viking past. This role is paying a competitive amount of £11 – £18 per hour.
You will be working closely with people who are suffering from various mental health conditions to help them recover from their illness and improve their general quality of life. This role includes observing, monitoring and recording patients conditions, providing care and support, and all other general HCA work as required by the nursing team.
· Experience: 1+ years working as a Mental Health Care Assistant within the UK.
· Compliance: Up to date DBS
· Travel: Clean UK driving license or the ability to commute to and from work independently.
· Mandatory Training: A valid PMVA/MAPA certificate (Not compulsory as this can be arranged for you)
Working with Seven Nursing:
Established in 2011, Seven Nursing is a leading provider of nursing professionals to Hospitals, Private Healthcare Organisations and Care Homes. We provide both locum and permanent solutions, working with staff from band 2 all the way up to band 8D.
Seven Nursing is the recruitment service that guarantees experienced, qualified and available staff exactly when you need them. Our expert talent acquisition team seamlessly connect professionals to all areas of nursing; including General Nursing, CAMHS, Case Management, Intensive Care, Staff Nursing and everything in between.
After winning multiple awards in 2019, we are proud of our nationwide reputation for providing a world-class recruitment service that is underpinned by honesty, integrity and attention to detail.
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